NanoScientific Forum Europe (NSFE) on AFM/SPM at TU Freiberg, Germany
LAST CALL! Registration ends September 30, 2018
The NanoScientific Forum Europe (NSFE 2018), hosted at TU Bergakademie Freiberg and sponsored by Park Systems & NanoScientific Journal, is an exciting new opportunity for scientists to present their latest AFM/SPM research projects to leading researchers and peers from both academia and industry around Europe. CANNOT JOIN THIS TIME? Join our Live Stream on the 1st conference day: live.parksystems.com/nsfe2018
With keynote speakers from Max Planck Institute, Technical University Dresden, KU Leuven, Cambridge University, University of Bologna, CPN-ISMN and imec this open AFM User Meeting offers extraordinary insights into the development and implementation of AFM technique in both materials and life science disciplines.
In the 2,5 days you can follow the lectures and live hands-on-sessions in Nanomechanics & Electrical Characterization, SPM & Biological Applications, Nanostructuring, AFM Methodology, and a Special Session to Nanobubbles.
Sounds interesting for you but cannot join? We stream live* on the first conference day (October 10, 2018)! Register here and have a snick peek into the cutting-edge research in the field of atomic force microscopy!
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NanoScientific has two events scheduled in the U.S. and in Europe in 2018, and other symposiums will be held in 2019 in Houston and at the Park Nanoscience Centers in Mexico and India.
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