AFM Fundamentals Training Course
Work alongside Asylum Research applications scientists in a hands-on introductory Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) course. This two-day class is aimed at those who are new to AFM or who would like to sharpen their fundamental AFM skills. Through a combination of lectures and hands-on experiments students will learn how to perform basic measurements using the latest Asylum Research AFMs.
Course material will include topographic imaging using contact and tapping modes, probe selection, and basic image modification and analysis. Additionally the course will survey nanomechanical and nanoelectrical measurements. Attendees may choose to add an additional day to their stay, during which they will work with Asylum applications scientists to image samples brought from their own labs or receive advanced training. Students will receive a certificate of completion at the end of the course.
Who Should attend?
Academic researchers and industrial users who are either new to AFM or looking to strengthen fundamental AFM skills.
$1,950 per attendee for the two-day course. An optional third day of individualized training can be included for an additional $1,650.Register Now
The course will use the following Asylum AFMs:
Registrants may choose to pay with credit card or purchase order. To pay via credit card please call (805) 696-6467 x241. To pay via purchase order please email Marie.Halton@oxinst.com to receive a formal quotation.
For questions related to this course please contact George Cody at George.Cody@oxinst.com or (805) 696-6467 x330.
Terms and Conditions
Attendees are responsible for all travel, hotel, and meal costs, except lunch, which will be included daily and a group dinner on the first night. Your seat for the course will be confirmed after the registration deadline January 5, 2020. The minimum number of participants is 4. If there are fewer than 4 registrants, the course will be cancelled and any paid registratrants will have the option to register in a future course or be fully refunded. Attendees are therefore advised to avoid making non-refundable travel arrangements before the course in confirmed.