Tokyo, Jan 31, 2012 - (JCN Newswire) - Hitachi Ltd and Hitachi High-Technologies Corporation today announced they had received the IEEE Milestone for Hitachi's pioneering development of the world's "First Practical Field Emission Electron Microscope, 1972" from the IEEE, the world's largest professional association in the electrical, electronics, information and communications engineering fields.
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FEEM stands for Field Emission Electron Microscope
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- Formulated Electrical Energy Language
- Forum des Étrangères et Étrangers de Lausanne (Swiss foreign integration organization: Lausanne, Switzerland)
- Fusion Energy Engineering Laboratory (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya; Barcelona, Spain)
- First Environments Early Learning Center (US EPA)
- Family Education Economics Language Government Religion Technology (aspects of a culture)
- Far Eastern English Language Teachers Association (Institute of Foreign Languages, Far Eastern National University; Vladivostok, Russia)
- Faculty of Engineering Economics and Management (Riga Technical University; Latvia)
- Federation of European Explosives Manufacturers
- Fellowship in Extreme Environmental Medicine
- Finite Element Ecological Model
- Focal Encyclopedia of Electronic Media (computer program)
- Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (Italian)
- Financial Evaluation of Ecosystem Management Activities
- Facilities Engineering Equipment Maintenance System
- Field Engine Exchange Management System
- Faculty of Electronic Engineering (University of Nis; Serbia)
- Federation of Electrical Entrepreneurs of Nepal
- Forum Européen sur l'Energie Nucléaire (French: European Forum on Nuclear Energy)
- Friends Environmental Education Network (various schools)
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They then took video images of vortex patterns using a 300-kilovolt field emission electron microscope.