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The objective of this symposium is to explore the new possibility of advanced electron microscopy (aberration correction, electron holograph, electron tomography, electron energy-loss spectroscopy and in-situ electron microscopy) for the characterization and development of materials for catalysis and energy storage. We will focus on the frontiers of both areas and the cross-talk of them.

In order to monitor the progress in these fields and to enable a continuity of discussions, at least half of the invited speakers from previous issues of the EmCat will also attend in 2016.

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