AMAS

AMAS is a special interest group of the Australian Microscopy and Microanalysis Society (AMMS).

Our objective is the advancement of the science and practice of all microanalysis techniques for investigating the ultrastructure and function of materials in diverse areas of biological, materials, medical and physical sciences. Members of AMAS meet nationally at the biennial AMAS Symposium and on alternate years at the biennial conference of AMMS.

The primary aim of AMAS is to improve the practice and instrumentation of microbeam analysis in Australian laboratories by training, disseminating information, encouraging publication of work and facilitating interaction between practising microanalysts.

Become a member of AMAS by first joining our parent Society, AMMS. Special interest group membership is free after joining AMMS and ticking the AMAS membership box on the AMMS application form.

AMAS Events (upcoming)

AMAS Monthly Seminar Series
Date(s): 14 April 2021
Title: Trace elements analysis by EPMA and How to perform standards-based quantitative EDS in an SEM.
Presenters: Dr Jeff Chen, Centre for Advanced Microscopy ANU and Dr Karsten Goemann, Central Science Laboratory UTAS.

 

AMAS Monthly Seminars

Join us, as we present our talks from invited guests and AMAS members. Each month we will have talks held around the country hosted online and at different institutions. See what is happening in a state near you.

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