Oxford Instruments is pleased to announce the first virtual conference on Quantum Technology, Semiconductors, and Power Generation. A new, efficient networking event taking place for the first time on June 8-10, 2021.

This innovative live, digital event will bring stakeholders in the industry and academia together and facilitate collaboration with your peers. It will also allow you to gain insights from industry experts without leaving your desk, at no cost.

As a leader in your field, we hope to invite you to be our guest speaker. Your expertise and experience in this field of work will be an excellent addition to our program, as many of our visitors will look forward to hearing and learning from your work. Scroll down this page to submit your abstract.

Join the Virtual Event to:

  • View webinars and posters—by scientists, for scientists
  • Access a wide selection of resources such as white papers, application notes, technical handbooks, product demo videos, and product selection guides
  • Connect with our application specialists to get tips and tricks, and advice on overcoming challenges in your research
  • Visit booths to learn more about solutions for your application
  • Connect with your peers in discussions and present your work






Andor, Asylum Research, Plasma Technology, NanoAnalysis, NanoScience, Magnetic Resonance


Confirmed Speakers

Dr Hugo Defienne

University of Glasgow - School of Physics & Astronomy

Dr Daniel Abou-Ras

Helmholtz-Institut Berlin für Materialien und Energie

Alexandra Stavropoulou

Oxford Instruments NanoAnalysis

Dr Sam Marks

Oxford Instruments NanoAnalysis

Dr Mark Dineen

Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology

Russ Renzas

Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology

Dr Martin Weides

University of Glasgow , Electronic and Nanoscale Engineering

Dr James Sagar

Oxford Instruments Magnetic Resonance

Kim Larsen

Oxford Instruments NanoAnalysis

Dr Nate Kirchhofer

Oxford Instruments Asylum Research

Dr Gregory Rees

University of Oxford

Dr. Matthew Hutchings


Poster Session

We would like to extend the opportunity to both yourself and your lab to contribute to our scientific content by submitting an abstract for either our virtual poster session, or our short on-demand talks.

Virtual poster sessions offer the opportunity to present data to a global audience via a PDF poster & on-demand sessions offer a 20 minute pre-recorded research led talk.

The opportunity to discuss results with interested colleagues via chat or email will also be available. Plan now to be included in the Virtual Event.

Submit Abstracts