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Join the 5th edition of the NanoScientific Forum Europe 2022 –
the platform for nanoscience and SPM research!

 
 
 

About NSFE 2022

NSFE series is an open European AFM User Forum focusing on sharing and exchanging the cutting-edge research for both materials and life science disciplines using Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM). 

 

The research focus of the 5th NSFE 2022 will be laid on wide range of SPM applications and techniques that empower to transform life standards. We will talk about emerging nanomaterials for advanced technologies, functional surfaces and hybrid materials as well as innovative methods in nanotechnology and correlative microscopy. This edition is open to global audience and will be held online.

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Conference Details

Topics

  • Emerging Nanomaterials for Advanced Technologies

  • Functional Surfaces

  • Advanced Techniques and Automation in SPM

  • Correlative Microscopy

SPM Methods

  • Nanomechanical and Electrical Characterization

  • Characterization of soft materials in liquid environment

  • Advanced Imaging

  • High resolution imaging

  • Automation in AFM

Scientific Committee

  • Prof. Dr. Lukas EngTechnical University Dresden

  • Dr. Bizan Balzer, University Freiburg

  • Dr. Tobias Cramer, University of Bologna

  • Dr. Ilka Hermes, Leibniz Institute of Polymer Research Dresden

  • Dr.-Ing. Lisa Ditscherlein, TU Bergakademie Freiberg

  • Prof. Brian Rodriguez, 
    University College Dublin

 
 

An exciting agenda is planned for 2 days:

  • Live online lectures by renowned AFM researchers

  • Online instrument workshops on Park Systems AFMs, including basic and advanced measuring techniques as well as tips and tricks, how to obtain stunning AFM data

  • Image contest with amazing prizes!

  • Social Program 

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[PREVIEW] 2021 NanoScientific Forum Europe,
15-17 September, 2021

Video impressions from the NSFE 2019
 11-13 September 2019, University of Bologna, Italy

Conference venue: 

 

World Wide Web

Conference Contact: 


info@nanoscientificforum.com