Gallery of the prize winner for Photograph and Poster competition.

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  Our team's article 「電子線トモグラフィーによる格子欠陥の3次元可視化」 was recognized 第1回 まてりあ賞 ( Materia Prize ) by The Japan Institute of Metals.
      日本金属学会誌まてりあ (Materia Japan) - 第49巻 第6号 2010年6月への投稿論文「電子線トモグラフィーによる格子欠陥の3次元可視化」で、当該評議員の義を経て
      名誉ある第1回の「まてりあ論文賞」を頂きました。

      受賞日 2011年11月8日

      当該受賞の主意(日本金属学会からの通知文引用)
      日本金属学会会報「まてりあ」に過去3ヵ年に掲載された論文において、金属およびその周辺材料の学術および科学技術の振興に顕著な貢献そした論文に対し、
      まてりあ賞「まてりあ論文賞」を贈り顕彰することになりました。


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  ( High angle triple Axis Holder and application ) 高傾斜3軸試料ホルダーとその応用
   ( Best Award ) 優秀ポスター賞  of contrivance branch at poster session.
    at The 66th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Microscopy, May 23-26 2010 Nagoya, Japan
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Abstract

    Poster number: P-I43
    Title:   (High angle triple Axis Holder and application) 高傾斜3軸試料ホルダーとその応用
          ○ S.Hata,1, H.Miyazaki,2, M.Mitsuhara,1, K.Ogata,1, K.Ikeda,1, H. Nakashima,1
          1, Department of Molecular and Materials, Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Engineering Sciences, Kyushu University
          2, Mel-Build

  The Sleeping Woman in the Woods
     3rd PRIZE in the photomicrogaraph competition
       at the 16th International Microscopy Congress Sptember 3-8 2006 Sapporo, Japan.

Abstract

      The instrument used is FEI Tecnai G2 F20 Field emission TEM.
      The Sepia image was extracted from original image by Adobe Photoshop prosesing.
      Also Brightness and contrast were kept for showing original image.

           By H.Sosiati, S.Hata, T,Nakano, S.Miyazaki, N.Kuwano, Y.Umakoshi. ( Kyushu University )


  Reverie of birds
   SILVER  PRIZE  in the photomicrogaraph competition
    at the 8 Asia-Pacific Conferrence on Electoron Microscopy June 7-11 2004 Kanazawa, Japan
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Abstract

    HAADF STEM image with carbon graphite. The graphite was embedded with resin and ion-milled.
    The instrument used is FEI Tecnai G2 F20 Field emission TEM. Images are processed with Adobe Photoshop.
    The region of bird was extracted from original image and put on different layers for bird and background each.
    The layer including bird was colored separately. Brightness and contrast were kept for showing original image.

                    By Shinsuke Miyazaki and Harini Sosiati ( Kyushu University )