My Ph.D. Thesis (“Energy-loss spectroscopy in scanning transmission electon microscopy”) was recently digitized by the good folks at Cambridge University. This was published in 1981.
The informal title is “EELS in STEM”, which just goes to show that every arcane disciple creates its own impenetrable jargon. What this title means is you have an electron microscope that scans a fine probe of electrons across a specimen. Some electrons pass through and lose energy in the process. Characterising how the energy is lost tells you a lot about the specimen – for example you can determine quite a lot about which elements are present, and something about how the elements are distributed in space.
You can find it here: https://www.repository.cam.ac.uk/handle/1810/284370,
and the pdf locally cached is here: PR-PHD-12024.
For my recent publications, as part of my role of contributor to the IEEE 802.11 working group (who write “Wi-Fi” standards), you can search the IEEE 802.11 document server.