18th February 2020
Advances in Material Characterization using Atomic Force Microscopy
Karlsruhe, February 18-19, 2020
Oxford Instruments will host a free materials science workshop on the latest advances in AFM, aimed at both novices as well as existing users wishing to expand their knowledge.
You will hear from the experts on the latest developments in techniques for materials science and biophysical applications as well as having dedicated microscope time to put what you've learnt into practice.
|8:45||9:15||Arrival and Registration|
|9:15||9:20||Welcome and Introduction||Florian Johann (Asylum Research, Oxford Instruments)|
|9:20||10:00||Advances in material characterisation using Atomic Force Microscopy||Jonathan Moffat (Asylum Research, Oxford Instruments)|
|10:00||10:20||Beyond topography imaging: AFM as surface structuring tool ||Hartmut Gliemann (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)|
|10:20||10:40||Nanomechanical sub-surface mapping of living cells and polymers by force microscopy ||Christian Dietz (Technische Universität Darmstadt)|
|11:10||11:30||In-plane and out-of-plane nanomechanical characterization of HOPG at the atomic scale||Anna Lisa Eichhorn (Technische Universität Darmstadt)|
|11:30||11:50||Investigation of ferroelectric phase transitions with Piezoresponse Force Microscopy||Florian Johann (Asylum Research, Oxford Instruments)|
|11:50||12:30||Video-Rate Atomic Force Microscopy||Ted Limpoco (Asylum Research, Oxford Instruments)|
|13:30||15:00||Hands-on AFM session|
|15:30||17:00||Hands-on AFM session|
If you are interested to run your own samples with us in a Live Demo, please highlight that in the registration form.
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Registration is free, but all attendees must register due to limited seating. Click the "Register Now" button to confirm your attendance.
If you wish to bring your own samples to image during the Live Demos on the 19th, please mark that in the Registration Form.
We're looking forward to meeting you at our workshop and discussing your current work and workflows with you. If you would like to join the workshop, please complete the form below.