The annual EBSD meeting has been a fixed event on the RMS calendar for over 20 years and we regularly welcome top academics from the UK, European and global research community.
The meeting will not only highlight recent technological advances in the field of EBSD and related instrumentation, but also showcase their applications to real-world problems in both the science and engineering disciplines.
EBSD is routinely used within Earth and planetary sciences, engineering, materials science and physics, with an emerging interest from the biological community. The University of Plymouth also successfully engages with enterprise, with many local, national and international companies seeking EBSD expertise in the design/development of new materials and products. EBSD 2018 aims to bring together specialists from across this broad-reaching speciality; academics, business, technicians and students alike.
Registration is now open. Please register your place via the RMS EBSD meeting website.
Abstract submission deadline: Tuesday 13 February 2018
You can now submit your abstract to this meeting. The RMS are accepting abstracts for oral and poster presentations.
- Please ensure you submit the abstract as a Microsoft Word document and not a PDF
- Please ensure that you indicate your preference for a submitted talk or poster presentation
- Abstracts should be approximately 300-500 words in length
- Please include the title, all authors and their affiliations and indicate the presenting author
- You may include images or diagrams where appropriate
- You may also include references or keywords
Abstracts should be emailed as an attachment to Kate Wooding at the RMS. Please include in your email whether you would prefer to be considered for an Oral or Poster presentation.
Process understanding by linking quantitative orientation analysis with numerical modelling
(Professor Sandra Piazolo, University of Leeds, UK)
Analysing orientations and misorientations in 3d axis angle space (Dr Ralf Hielscher, Technische Universität Chemnitz, Germany)
Scanning electron diffraction in the TEM - a complementary method to EBSD (Professor Paul Midgley, University of Cambridge, UK)
Using EBSD to elucidate the early history of the solar system (Dr Mike Zolensky, NASA Johnson Space Center, USA)
Dr Natasha Stephen, Director, Plymouth Materials Characterisation Project