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January/February 1994

 
     

MEETING AND SHORT COURSE CALENDAR

 

 

MEETINGS

 

PITTCON '94

February 27 - March 4, 1994

Chicago, IL

Contact: Alma Johnson

(412) 825-3220

 

MATERIALS RESEARCH SOCIETY

1994 SPRING MEETING

April 4 - 8, 1994

San Francisco, CA

Contact: MRS Headquarters

9800 McKnight Road

Pittsburgh, PA 15237-6006

(412) 367-3003; 4373 FAX

 

SCANNING 94 / SEEMS 94

May 17 - 20, 1994

Charleston, SC

Contact: SCANNING 94 / SEEMS 94 Program

Committee

Box 832

Mahwah, NJ 07430-0832, USA

(201) 818-1010; 0086 FAX

 

38TH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON ELECTRON, ION, AND PHOTON BEAMS (EMPD TOPICAL CONFERENCE)

May 31 - June 3, 1994

New Orleans, LA

Contact: Prof. Harold Craighead

Cornell University

National Nanofabrication Facility

Ithaca, NY 14853

(607) 255-2329; 8601 FAX

 

16TH SYMPOSIUM ON APPLIED SURFACE ANALYSIS (ASSD)

June 15 - 17, 1994

Burlington, MA

Contact: Joseph Geller

Geller Microanalytical

One Intercontinental Way

Peabody, MA 01960

(508) 535-5595

 

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE

 

Dear Members,

 

On behalf of the Microbeam Analysis Society, it is my pleasure to invite you to attend our 29th annual meeting in New Orleans. Our meeting this year, which is joint with the 52nd meeting of the Microscopy Society of America, promises to be an exciting meeting combining the latest in scientific information with the charm of the old South. The local arrangements committee has planned several social events throughout the week so that attendees will have the opportunity to interact informally and to enjoy the many treasures that New Orleans offers.

 

For MAS, this meeting will mark our second trip to New Orleans, the first being in 1973. At that time, we were known as the Electron Probe Analysis Society of America. However, even at this early date, it was evident that the society was expanding into other areas of microanalysis with two sessions of the 1973 meeting dedicated to the "new" technique of ion microprobe analysis. Over the past 21 years, our society has continued to expand, and the technical program being assembled for 1994 is a reflection of the multitude of microanalytical techniques that are being used to solve today's problems. The program committee has planned nearly thirty MAS and Joint sessions that cover the entire range of microanalytical techniques. As always, several of these sessions will be dedicated to tutorials and applications of the different techniques to the analysis of natural as well as anthropogenic systems. In addition to the technical program, our Sustaining Members will be part of a large contingent of manufacturers displaying the latest in hardware and software at what is one of the world's largest shows of microanalytical equipment.

 

Please plan to come to New Orleans. We promise you a week of scientific excellence and the opportunity to meet with many of the world leaders in microscopy and microanalysis.

 

John A. Small

President

 
       
         

       

XIII INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON

ELECTRON MICROSCOPY

July 17 - 22, 1994

Paris, France

Contact: B. Jouffrey

SFME, 67

rue Maurice Gunsbourg

94205 Ivry sur Seine cedex

France

33-1-46702844

33-1-46708846 FAX

 

MAS / MSA 1994

July 31 - August 5, 1994

New Orleans, LA

Contact: Meeting Office

P.O. Box EM

Woods Hole, MA 02543

(800) 538-3672

(508) 548-9053 FAX

 

MAS 1995, Denver, CO

MAS / MSA 1996, Minneapolis, MN

 

 

SHORT COURSES

 

COMPUTER-ASSISTED IMAGE ANALYSIS AND MEASUREMENT

May 17 - 19, 1994

Raleigh, NC

Contact: Joni Tanner

Office of Continuing Education

North Carolina State University

Raleigh, NC 27695

(919) 515-2261

 

LEHIGH MICROSCOPY SHORT COURSES

June 13 - 24, 1994

Bethlehem, PA

Contact: Professor David B. Williams

Department of Materials Science

and Engineering

Lehigh University

5 East Packer Avenue

Bethlehem, PA 18015-3195

(610) 758-5133

(610) 758-4244 FAX

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MAS / MSA Joint Meeting

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center

New Orleans, Louisiana

July 31 - August 5, 1994

 

 

LAC Chair:

Joe A. Mascorro

(504) 584-2747; (504) 584-1687 FAX

 

LAC Co-chair, MAS Liaison

G. W. Bailey

(504) 275-8581; (504) 275-8581 FAX

 

Program Co-chairs:

John J. Friel, PGT

MAS Program Chair

(609) 924-7310; (609) 924-1729 FAX

 

Tony Garratt Reed, MIT

MSA Program Chair

(617) 253-4622; (617) 253-2112 FAX

 

 

The 1994 meeting of the Microscopy Society of America and the Microbeam Analysis Society will be held in New Orleans from July 31st through August 5th. The scientific program and corporate exhibits show will take place in the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center located at the foot of Canal Street in the "hub" of activity in downtown New Orleans. The Sunday Opening Reception will be held July 31st at the Aquarium of the Americas which is adjacent to Woldenberg Park, a beautiful green space overlooking the Mississippi River. The evening will include leisure tours of the aquarium, spicy New Orleans food, and great jazz music. The Exhibitor's Mixer will take place on Wednesday afternoon, August 3rd, in the exhibit hall of the convention center. The Annual Golf Tournament will take place at the Audubon Golf Course located in uptown

     
       

       

New Orleans, immediately across the street from Tulane University. Many possibilities exist for specialized tours including plantation trips, bayou and swamp boat cruises, Cajun cooking and dancing classes, jazz breakfasts at French Quarter courtyard restaurants, zoo cruises via riverboat, and dinner/jazz cruises. In addition, riverboat gambling boats will probably be operating and docking at the foot of Canal Street.

 

MSA/MAS Cruise Social

 

A MSA/MAS Cruise Social, sponsored by MAS, is planned for Wednesday evening, August 3rd, from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m at the cost of $45 per person. The sultry sound of Dixieland Jazz will set the tempo of the evening as guests board the JOHN JAMES AUDUBON for a 2-hour evening cruise on the Mighty Mississippi. We have the entire boat! Guests are welcomed to enjoy the festive lights along the River, while enjoying the local cuisine.

 

Cajun Food Festival

 

Crawfish Etouffee

Creole Jambalaya

Chicken Sauce Piquant

Shrimp Pasta

Hot French Bread & Butter

Bread Pudding with Steamboat Sauce

French Market Coffee, Iced Tea

Cash Bar

 

Guests can dance the night away or relax under the stars on the outer decks and enjoy the sights and sounds of New Orleans harbor at twilight.

 

A Mississippi Riverboat, Cajun cuisine and New Orleans music...a true Louisiana festival. Please join us!

 

Call and Instruction for Papers

 

In December, all MAS and MSA members should have received a Registration Bulletin / Call for Papers for the 1994 MAS/MSA Meeting in New Orleans. If you would like this information and you are not a MAS or MSA member, or if you have not received this information, please contact the office below. The deadline for abstracts is March 15, 1994.

 

Meeting Office

P.O. Box EM

Woods Hole, MA 02543

(800)538-3672

(508)548-9053 FAX

Preliminary Technical Program

 

Joint MAS / MSA Symposia:

Computational Methods in Microscopy

J. McCarthy, NORAN Instruments /

W. Carrington, U. Mass. Medical School

Scanned Probe Microscopies

I. Musselman, UT-Dallas / J. Hoh, UCSB

Low-Voltage and FEG-SEM

M. Rosenfield, IBM / R. Apkarian, Emory

Analytical Electron Microscopy

J. Michael, Sandia / M. Libera, Stevens Institute

 

MAS Techniques Sessions:

Presidential Symposium on Chemical Microanalysis

J. Small, NIST

Quantitative Microanalysis

E. Lifshin, GE

Optical Microanalysis

J. Reffner, Spectra-Tech

Environmental SEM

R. Bolon, GE / J. Mansfield, U. Mich. /

S. McKernan, U. Minn.

Microbeam Mass Spectrometry

S. Novak, Evans East

Quality Assurance of Microanalytical Methods

D. Newbury, NIST / E. Steel, NIST

Cathode Technology Today and Tomorrow

F. Schamber, RJ Lee Group

Instrumentation

F. Schamber, RJ Lee Group

Micro XRD / XRF

B. York, IBM

 

MAS Applications Sessions:

Materials Applications

B. Carter, U. Minn.

Geological Applications

S. Mehta, Arco / P. Hlava, Sandia

Biological Applications

M. Bond, Cleveland Clinic

 

MAS Topical Sessions:

X-ray and Image Analysis in the Petroleum Industry

E. Prestridge, PGT

Microanalysis of Coatings and Interfaces

J. Goldstein, U. Mass.

 

MSA General Symposia:

Presidential Symposium:

Microscopy Towards the 21st Century

R. Cardell, Univ. Cincinnati

     
       

       

X-ray Microscopy

C. Jacobsen, SUNY Stony Brook

Direct Digital Imaging

G. Fan

Energy Filtered Imaging and EELS

R. Carpenter, ASU

Advances in Instrumentation

for Light Microscopy

Computational Methods in Microscopy

B. Carrington / N. Zaluzec, Argonne

Computer Software Exchange

N. Zaluzec, Argonne

 

MSA Physical Symposia:

Atom Probe and 3-D Atom Probe Microscopy

T. Kelley / P. Camus, U. Wisconsin

UHR SEM

L. Allard, ORNL / D. Joy, U. Tennessee

Self-assembled Materials

R. Spontak, NC State

Microscopy of Ferro-electric Materials

J. Speck, UCSB

Crystallographic and Texture Analysis

J. Sutliffe, GE

Using Electron Diffraction in the SEM

Developments and Applications of HREM

 

MSA Biological Symposia:

Advances in Macromolecular Microscopy

W. Chiu, Baylor

Advances in Fluorescence Probes for Microscopy

M. Poenie, UT-Austin

Advances in Diagnostic Imaging

B. Herman

Tomographic Methods in Biological Microscopy

M. Ellisman

Organization of the Cell Nucleus

D. Spector, CSHL

Microanalytical Approaches to Systems Neurobiology

C. Greer, Yale

Cellular Neurobiology

M. Martone, UCSD

 

Descriptions of MAS Sessions

 

1. Quantitative Microanalysis

This session will cover the latest in microanalytical techniques. Precision and accuracy of quantitative methods will be examined.

 

2. Optical Microanalysis

The general topic of photon-beam microanalysis has been divided into three topical groups: infrared and Raman microspectroscopy of organic materials, scanning infra

red microprobe analysis of biological materials, and infrared and Raman microprobe analysis of minerals and inorganic materials.

 

3. Environmental SEM

This session will cover the latest developments in microscopy and microanalysis in the environmental SEM.

 

4. Microbeam Mass Spectrometry

Papers are solicited on all aspects of microbeam mass spectrometry, with special emphasis on investigating real world problems. Applications from a variety of techniques are desirable and might address applications in microelectronics, polymers, ceramics, and glass.

 

5. Quality Assurance of Microanalytical Methods

Quality has become a buzz word of the '90s. Issues dealing with setting up quality systems in analytical and research labs will be discussed. International quality standards (ISO 9000, ISO 25), successful approaches, repercussions, and problems will be considered.

 

6. Cathode Technology Today and Tomorrow

The performance of the cathode is arguably the principal determinant in the performance of any electron optical instrument. Traditional thermionic sources have served well and are still being improved. Recently, high-brightness field-emission sources, both cold and thermally assisted have fundamentally altered the performance for high-resolution low-voltage electron microscopy. This session will address these as well as new highly miniaturized field sources examining the current status and future development of cathode technology. In the session, the technologies will be compared on physical principles, performance, expense, reliability, etc.

 

7. Micro XRF / XRD

This session will cover the latest developments in diffraction and fluorescence using small X-ray beams. Both laboratory and synchrotron-based instruments will be covered.

 

8. Instrumentation

This session will show the latest developments in instruments for microanalysis.

 

9. Materials Applications

Applications of microanalytical techniques to metals, semiconductors, and ceramics are all welcome.

 

10. Geological Applications

This session will review current applications of X-ray microanalysis in geology. It will address both industrial and academic applications.

       

   

 

11. Biological Applications

The theme of this session will be "novel analytical approaches to the measurement of Ca2+ distribution and redistribution within cells and tissues". It will feature invited speakers on this topic and contributed papers on all aspects of biological microanalysis.

 

12. X-ray and Image Analysis in the Petroleum Industry

This session will cover current uses of X-ray microanalysis and image analysis within the petroleum industry. Topics may include catalysts, wear metals and mechanism, polymers, etc.

 

13. Microanalysis of Coatings and Interfaces

This session will be a forum for those using microanalytical techniques to study coated materials.

   

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS IN MICRONEWS

 

VCH Publishers, Inc. is pleased to announce the availability of classified advertising in the MicroNews section of Microbeam Analysis. The rates will be $50.00 per line, 54 characters per line with a 4 line minimum. The deadline for submittal is the first of the month preceding the publication of the next issue (e.g. April 1st for May/June issue, etc.). To place an ad please call: Michael Croy, Advertising Sales Department, VCH Publishers, Inc., 220 E. 23rd Street, New York, NY 10010 Tel. (212) 683-8333, Fax (212) 481-0897.

   

       

MAS EXECUTIVE COUNCIL

 

Treasurer

Harvey A. Freeman

958 Long Pond Road

Brewster, MA 02631-1898

(508)896-9060

 

Secretary

David S. Simons

National Institute of Standards and Technology

Bldg. 222, Rm. A113

Gaithersburg, MD 20899

(301)975-3903 FAX: (301)216-1134

President

John A. Small

National Institute of Standards and Technology

Bldg. 222, Rm. A113

Gaithersburg, MD 20899

(301)975-3900 FAX: (301)216-1134

 

Past-President

Thomas G. Huber

JEOL (USA) Inc.

11 Dearborn Road

Peabody, MA 01960

(508)535-5900 FAX:(508)536-2205

 
     
       

DIRECTORS

 

Joseph R. Michael (1992-1994)

Sandia National Laboratories

Org. 1822, P. O. Box 5800

Albuquerque, NM 87185

(505)844-9115 FAX: (505)844-1778

 

Joanna L. Batstone (1993-1995)

IBM T. J. Watson Research Center

P. O. Box 218

Yorktown Heights, NY 10598

(914)784-7674 FAX: (914)784-6324

 

Charles E. Lyman (1993-1995)

Department of Materials Science and Engineering

Whitaker Lab

5 East Packer Avenue

Lehigh University

Bethlehem, PA 18015

(215)758-4249 FAX: (215)258-4244

John R. Porter (1991-1993)

Rockwell International Science Center

P. O. Box 1085

Thousand Oaks, CA 91360

(805)373-4702 FAX: (805)373-4775

 

Phillip E. Russell (1991-1993)

Department of Materials Science and Engineering

P. O. Box 7916

North Carolina State University

Raleigh, NC 27695-7916

(919)515-7501 FAX: (919)515-2932

 

Dale E. Johnson (1992-1994)

Graduate School AG-10

University of Washington

Seattle, WA 98195

(206)543-5900 FAX: (206)685-3234

 
     
       

ADDITIONAL MAS REPRESENTATIVES

 

Awards Committee for MAS 1994

Dale E. Johnson (see Directors)

(206)543-5900 FAX: (206)685-3234

Joseph R. Michael (see Directors)

(505)844-9115 FAX: (505)844-1778

 

Computer Activities Committee

John F. Mansfield

University of Michigan, North Campus

2455 Hayward

Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2143

(313)936-3352 FAX: (313)763-5567

Email: jfm@ruddles.sprl.umich.edu

Accountant, Dues and Mailing List

VCH Publishers, Inc.

303 NW 12th Avenue

Deerfield Beach, FL 33422-8824

(800)367-8249 FAX: (305)428-8201

 

Affiliated Groups

V. E. Shull

(517)355-2252

Paul Hlava (Vice-Chair)

Sandia National Labs., Div. 1822

Albuquerque, NM 87185

(505)844-1890 FAX: (505)844-1778

 
       

       

 

MAS-MSA Liason, Nominations and

Presidents Award

John A. Small (see President)

(301)975-3900 FAX: (301)216-1134

 

Membership Chairman

Robert W. Warner

GE Vallecitos Nuclear Center

P. O. Box 460 MC V03

Pleasanton, CA 94566

(510)862-4389 FAX: (510)862-4515

 

Memberships Lists

John Friel

PGT

1200 State Road

Princeton, NJ 08540

(609)924-7310 FAX: (609)924-1729

 

Microbeam Analysis Journal

Richard W. Linton, Editor-in-Chief

Department of Chemistry - CB3290

University of North Carolina

Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3290

(919)962-2152 FAX: (919)962-1547

 

MicroNews Editor

Inga Holl Musselman

Chemistry Program, BE 26

University of Texas at Dallas

P. O. Box 830688

Richardson, TX 75083-0688

(214)690-2706 FAX: (214)690-2925

 

(for Federal Express or UPS)

Chemistry Program, BE 26

University of Texas at Dallas

2601 North Floyd Road

Richardson, TX 75083

 

Sustaining Membership Committee

Jack L. Worrall

CEMMA 103

University of Southern California

Los Angeles, CA 90089-0101

(213)740-1990

 

Tour Speakers Coordinator

Paul Hlava (see Affiliated Groups)

(505)844-1890 FAX: (505)844-1778

Paul Carpenter

(818)356-6126 FAX: (818)568-0935

 

Conference Proceedings Inventory

C. Susskind

San Francisco Press, Inc.

Box 6800

San Francisco, CA 94101-6800

(510)524-1000

 

Corporate Liason Committee

Jon McCarthy

NORAN Instruments, Inc.

2551 W. Beltline Highway

Middleton, WI 53562

(608)831-6511 FAX: (608)831-2313

 

Education Committee

Phillip E. Russell (see Directors)

(919)515-7501 FAX: (919)515-2932

 

Finance Committee, Archivist

Gordon Cleaver

GE Vallecitos Nuclear Center

P. O. Box 460, MC V08

Pleasanton, CA 94566

(510)862-4320 FAX: (510)862-4244

 

Historian

Art Chodos

P. O. Box 1014

Monrovia, CA 91017-1014

(818)357-0183 FAX: (818)568-0935

(for Federal Express or UPS)

302 Acorn Circle

Monrovia, CA 91016-1807

 

International Liaison

David B. Williams

Department of Materials Science and Engineering

Whitaker Laboratory

5 East Packer Avenue

Lehigh University

Bethlehem, PA 18015-3195

(215)758-4224 FAX: (215)758-4244

 

Long Range Planning Committee

Alton D. Romig, Jr.

Material and Process Sciences

Sandia National Laboratories

Albuquerque, NM 87185-5800

(505)844-8558

 
     
       

       

HONORARY MEMBERS

       

L. S. Birks (Deceased)

I. B. Borovskii (Deceased)

Raimond Castaing

Arthur A. Chodos

V. E. Cosslett (Deceased)

Peter Duncumb

Charles E. Fiori (Deceased)

Theodore Hall

K. F. J. Heinrich

James Hillier

L. L. Marton (Deceased)

Robert E. Ogilvie

Jean Philibert

Stephen J. B. Reed

Gunji Shinoda (Deceased)

David B. Wittry

Georges Slodzian

     
       

EMERITUS MEMBERS

       

G. W. Bailey

Harvey Freeman

William Fricke

Paul Lublin

J. Williams

     
       

MAS AFFILIATED GROUPS

 

CoMAS

Greg Meeker

US Geological SurveyMS903

Denver Federal Center

Box 25046

Denver, CO 80225

(303)236-1081 FAX: (303)236-1414

 

HoustonMAS

Ted Anastas

Anastas Technical Services

17300 Mercury

Houston, TX 77058

(713)488-9736 FAX: (713)488-8543

 

IAS

Thomas Parayil

Allegheny Ludlum Steel

Technical Center

Alabama and Pacific Avenues

Brackenridge, PA 15014

(412)226-6290 FAX: (412)226-6452

 

M2S

Idajean (Jean) Fisher

IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center

P. O. Box 218, MS 30-008

Yorktown Heights, NY 10598

(914)945-3071 FAX: (914)945-2141

ASEMMA

David L. Bentley

ARL EM Core Facility

University of Arizona

Tucson, AZ 85721

(602)621-5097 FAX: (602)621-1364

 

AusMAS

Clive Nockolds

Electron Microscope Unit

University of Sydney

Sydney, NSW, Australia, 2006

61-02-692-2351 FAX: 61-02-692-4671

 

CanMAS

Rod Packwood

MTL - Canmet - EMR

555 Booth Street

Ottawa, Ontario K1A 091, Canada

(613)992-2288 FAX: (613)992-8735

 

CleveMAS

James D. Isner

The Geon Co.

Avon Lake Technical Center

P. O. Box 122

Avon Lake, OH 44012

(216)933-1605 FAX: (216)933-0563

 
     
       

       

 

NCSEMMA

Phillip E. Russell

Department of Materials Science and Engineering

Campus Box 7916

North Carolina State University

Raleigh, NC 27695-7916

(919)515-7501 FAX: (919)515-6965

 

NESEM

Linda Melanson

Rosenstiel Basic Medical Sciences Research Center

P. O. Box 9110

Brandeis University

Waltham, MA 02254-9110

(617)736-2469 FAX: (617)736-2405

 

NMMBUG

Paul Frank Hlava

Division 1822

Sandia National Laboratories

Albuquerque, NM 87185

(505)844-1890 FAX: (505)844-1778

 

OKSEM

Scott Russell

Department of Botany and Microbiology

University of Oklahoma

770 Van Vleet Oval

Norman, OK 73019

(405)325-6234 FAX: (405)325-7619

 

SEEMS

Sandra H. Silvers

EM Complex, USDA, ARS, RRC

P. O. Box 5677

Athens, GA 30613

(706)546-3471 FAX: (706)546-3452

 

WestMAS

Charles Gordon Cleaver, Jr.

GE Vallecitos Nuclear Center

P. O. Box 460 MC V08

Pleasanton, CA 94566

(415)862-4320 FAX: (415)862-4516

MAMAS

Ryna Beth Marinenko

National Institute of Standards and Technology

Bldg. 222, Rm. A113

Gaithersburg, MD 20899

(301)975-3901 FAX: (301)216-1134

 

MASSoC

Paul Carpenter

Department of Geology

Caltech

Pasadena, CA 91125

(818)356-6126 FAX: (818)568-0935

 

MEMS

Michael Coscio

Medtronics, Inc. / Promeon Division

6700 Shingle Creek Drive

Brooklyn Center, MN 55430

(612)569-1331 FAX: (612)569-1284

 

MIKMAS

Lou Ross

Department of Geological Sciences

University of Missouri - Columbia

101 Geological Sciences Building

Columbia, MO 65211

(314)882-4777 FAX: (314)882-5458

 

MIMAS

John Mansfield

University of Michigan

North Campus-E.M.A.L.

2455 Hayward Street

Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2143

(313)936-3352 FAX: (313)763-5567

 

MSORV

Scott Walck

Wright Patterson Air Force Base

Ohio

(513)255-5791 FAX: (513)255-9019

 
     
       

       

SUSTAINING MEMBERS

Our Sustaining Members Contribute Substantial Support to MAS

       

 

ElectroScan Corporation

66 Concord Street

Wilmington, MA 01887

(508)988-0055 FAX: (508)988-0062

Contact: Marshall W. Bates, Jr. / Tom Hardt

 

Energy Beam Sciences

P. O. Box 468, 11 Bowles Road

Agawam, MA 01001

(800)992-9037 (413)786-9322 FAX: (413)789-2786

Contact: Jeffrey A. Ballou / Steven E. Slap

 

ETP-USA / Electron Detectors, Inc.

1650 Holmes Street, Building C

Livermore, CA 94550

(510)449-8534 FAX: (510)449-8996

Contact: Robert J. Ruscica

 

FEI Company

19500 N. W. Gibbs Drive, Suite 100

Beaverton, OR 97006-6907

(503)690-1500 FAX: (503)690-1519

Contact: Andree Kraker / Doug Rathkey

 

Fisons Instruments

P. O. Box 1409

San Carlos, CA 94070-1409

(415)591-3600 (508)524-1000

Contact: Joe Robinson / Mike Weiss

 

Gatan, Inc.

6678 Owens Drive

Pleasanton, CA 94588-3334

(510)463-0200 FAX: (510)463-0204

Contact: Larry Kolodziejski / Christopher Byrne

 

Geller Microanalytical Laboratory

One Intercontinental Way

Peabody, MA 01960

(508)535-5595 FAX: (508)535-7653

Contact: Joseph D. Geller

 

HNU X-ray Systems, Inc.

160 Charlemont Street

Newton, MA 02161-9987

(800)724-5600 (617)964-6690 FAX: (617)965-5812

Contact: Therese Hipple / Eugene Martin

4pi Analysis, Inc.

3500 Westgate Drive, Suite 403

Durham, NC 27707

(919)489-1757 FAX: (919)489-1487

Contact: Elizabeth Gregory / Scott Davilla

 

Advanced MicroBeam, Inc.

4217 C Kings-Graves Road

Vienna, OH 44473

(216)394-1255 FAX: (216)394-1834

Contact: Donald P. Lesher

 

Amray, Inc.

160 Middlesex Turnpike

Bedford, MA 01730

(617)275-1400 FAX: (617)275-0740

Contact: Kenneth Benoit / Sheldon Moll

 

Cameca Instruments, Inc.

2001 West Main Street

Stamford, CT 06902-4853

(203)348-5252 FAX: (203)348-5516

Contact: Andrew Davis / Claude Conty

 

Charles Evans & Associates

301 Chesapeake Drive

Redwood City, CA 94063

(415)369-4567

Contact: Donald H. Wayne / David A. Reed

 

Dapple Systems

355 West Olive, Suite 100

Sunnyvale, CA 94086

(408)733-3283 FAX: (408)736-2350

Contact: William Stewart

 

Denton Vacuum, Inc.

2 Pin Oak Avenue

Cherry Hill, NJ 08003

(609)424-1012 FAX: (609)424-0395

Contact: George Lutz / James L. Campbell

 

Electron Microscopy Sciences / Diatome US

321 Morris Road, P. O. Box 251

Fort Washington, PA 19034

(800)523-5874 (215)646-1566 FAX: (215)646-8931

Contact: Carole March / Stacie Kirsch

 
       

       

 

Horiba Instruments, Inc.

Micro-Analytical Division

1080 East Duane, Suite A

Sunnyvale, CA 94086

(408)730-4772 FAX: (408)730-8975

Contact: Nancy A. Wolfe

 

JEOL USA, Inc.

11 Dearborn Road

Peabody, MA 01960

(508)535-5900 FAX: (508)536-2205

Contact: Robert Santorelli / Charles Nielsen

 

Kratos Analytical, Inc.

535 E. Crescent Avenue

Ramsey, NJ 07446

(201)825-7500 FAX: (201)825-8659

Contact: David Surman

 

R. J. Lee Group, Inc.

350 Hochberg Road

Monroeville, PA 15146

(412)325-1776 FAX: (412)733-1799

Contact: David Crawford / Albert H. Beebe

 

Leica Instruments, Inc.

111 Deer Lake Road

Deerfield, IL 60015

(800)248-0123 (708)405-0123 FAX: (708)405-8139

Contact: Larry Bruder / Robert Brandom

 

Materials Analytical Services, Inc.

3597 Parkway Lane, Suite 250

Norcross, GA 30092

(800)421-8451 (404)448-3200 FAX: (404)368-8256

Contact: Mark Rigler / Bill Longo

 

McCrone Associates, Inc.

850 Pasquinelli Drive

Westmont, IL 60559

(708)887-7100 FAX: (708)887-7417

Contact: Kent L. Rhodes / John Gavrilovic

 

Micron, Inc.

3815 Lancaster Pike

Wilmington, DE 19805

(302)998-1184 FAX: (302)998-1836

Contact: James F. Ficca, Jr.

 

Microspec Corporation

45950 Hotchkiss Street

Fremont, CA 94539

(510)656-8820 FAX: (510)656-8944

Contact: Joseph Carr / William D. Donnelly

 

Nissei Sangyo America, Ltd.

Hitachi Scientific Instruments

460 E. Middlefield Road

Mountain View, CA 94043

(415)969-1100 FAX: (415)961-7259

Contact: Donna Armanino / Hideo Naito

 

NORAN Instruments, Inc.

2551 W. Beltline Highway

Middleton, WI 53562

(608)831-6511 FAX: (608)836-7224

Contact: Karen Roscoe / Mary Ales

 

Ovonic Synthetic Materials Co., Inc.

1788 Northwood

Troy, MI 48084

(800)366-1299 (313)362-1290 FAX: (313)362-4043

Contact: Susan Mamros / Nick Grupido

 

Oxford Instruments, Inc.

Microanalysis Group

601 Oak Ridge Turnpike

Oak Ridge, TN 37830

(800)769-3673 (615)483-8405 FAX: (615)483-5891

Contact: Graham Bird / Ron Sartin

 

Ted Pella, Inc.

P. O. Box 492477

Redding, CA 96049-2477

(916)243-2200

Contact: Robert B. Evans

 

Perkin-Elmer

Physical Electronics Division

6509 Flying Cloud Drive

Eden Prairie, MN 55344

(800)328-7515 (612)828-6100 FAX: (612)828-6322

Contact: Greg Carpenter

 

Philips Electronic Instruments

85 McKee Drive

Mahwah, NJ 07430

(201)529-3800

Contact: Nathan Little / John S. Fahy

 

Princeton Gamma-Tech

1200 State Road

Princeton, NJ 08540

(609)924-7310 FAX: (609)924-1729

Contact: Doug Skinner

     
       

       

 

SEM / TEC Laboratories, Inc.

4824 South 35th Street

Phoenix, AZ 85040

(602)276-6138 FAX: (602)276-4558

Contact: Sam Giallanza / Ed Holdsworth

 

Spectra-Tech / Nicolet

652 Glenbrook Road, P. O. Box 2190-G

Stamford, CT 06906

(203)357-7055

Contact: Jerry Hare / John A. Reffner

 

SPI Supplies / Structure Probe, Inc.

569 E. Gay Street, P. O. Box 656

West Chester, PA 19381-0656

(800)242-4774 (215)436-5400 FAX: (215)436-5755

Contact: Kim Royer / Andrew Blackwood

 

Topcon Technologies, Inc.

6940 Koll Center Parkway

Pleasanton, CA 94566-3100

(800)538-6850 (510)462-2212 FAX: (510)846-2803

Contact: Michael McCarthy / Frank Mannino

 

Topometrix Corporation

5403 Betsy RossDrive

Santa Clara, CA 95054

(408)982-9700 FAX: (408)982-9751

Contact: Tony Abbis / Paul West

 

Carl Zeiss, Inc.

Electron Optical Division

One Zeiss Drive

Thornwood, NY 10594

(800)356-1090 FAX: (800)681-7443

Contact: Paul Henry / Frank Coccla

     
       
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