Many recent studies have been enabled by the Scanning Transmission Electron Microscope, (STEM) that can produce an Angstrom-sized probe of keV electrons to access both bulk, surface and "aloof" excitations within structures ranging from atomic to molecular to nanoscale in size. I will discuss a little history, some surprising results from my involvment in the field, and speculate on the future potential for this technique.
Please join us on June 29, 2017 in the Molecular, Science and Engineering Building (MoSE) Conference Room 3201A for our 2017 STAMI Fellowship Award Program. During the event the 2017 STAMI Fellows will present on the results of their research and receive an award. The event will be followed by a networking reception for all attendees.