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A workshop for friends of NanoSIMS
April 28, 2015
Room C101-1, Interdisciplinary Research Building for Science and Technology
Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan
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Tuesday April 28, 2015
09:30~09:40 Opening of workshop
VP Chien-Jen Chen (AS Genomics Research Center)
09:40~09:45 Opening remarks
Typhoon Lee (AS Institute of Earth Sciences)
09:45~10:15 Precision isotope analysis for cosmo- and geochemistry
Bernd Liebig (AS Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics)
10:15~10:35 U-Pb dating of very fine zircons in mafic metamorphic rocks recovered from deep ocean floor
Tadashi Usuki (AS Institute of Earth Sciences)
10:35~10:55 NanoSIMS: The applications of lithium geospeedometry and sedimentary sulfur isotope records for deep-time ocean-atmosphere evolution
Yung-Hsin Liu (AS Institute of Earth Sciences)
10:55~11:10 Coffee Break
11:10~11:30 Surface analysis of particles in the ocean
Wen-Hsuan Liao (AS Research Center for Environmental Change)
11:30~11:50 Imaging Fe element distribution in paddy rice: NanoSIMS as a subcellular tool
Rung-Rung Chang (NTU Department of Agricultural Chemistry)
11:50~12:10 Engineering of Defect-Energy Levels of Cu2ZnSnS4 Photovoltaic Devices by Sodium- Assisted Sulfurization Processes
Yi-Rung Lin (AS Institute of Atomic and Molecular Sciences)
12:10~13:00 Lunch, Lab tour
13:00~13:30 Mapping and analyzing organic matter in meteorite
Zan Peeters (AS Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics)
13:30~13:50 Application of Nano-scale SIMS on carbon and nitrogen metabolism in filamentous cyanobacteria & conical stromatolite
Biqing Liang (NCKU Department of Earth Sciences)
13:50~14:10 Diel profile of C and N fixation by phytoplankton using NanoSIMS
Irene B. Rodriguez (AS Research Center for Environmental Change)
14:10~14:30 Otolith isotopes analysed by the SIMS, overview and outlook
Jen-Chieh Shiao (NTU Institute of Oceanography)
14:30~15:00 Coffee Break
15:00~16:00 Applications and recent advances of the nanometer-scale secondary ion mass spectrometer (NanoSIMS)
Fran├žois Hillion (Cameca, France)
16:00~16:30 Open discussion
Typhoon Lee (AS Institute of Earth Sciences)