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  • Call for Abstracts SPM for Energy Applications Meeting June 8-10

    Call for Abstracts SPM for Energy Applications Meeting June 8-10

    Abstracts for oral presentations and a poster session are now being accepted for the 2nd Int'l Workshop on SPM for Energy Applications at Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research in Mainz, Germany, June 8-10, 2011. The workshop will focus on sharing new and innovative research involving characterization of the microscopic mechanisms underpinning solar cell, battery, fuel cell operations, and materials used for alternative energy applications at the nanometer to micron range. Recent advances/techniques...
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  • Electrochemical Strain Microscopy-Technical Talks at ECS Montreal Meeting May 2-4

    Don't miss these talks on Electrochemical Strain Microscopy at the ECS Montreal Spring Meeting, May 2-4.

    Mapping of Reaction and Transport Processes in Ionically Conductive Solids below 10-nm Level
    N. Balke, S. Guo, T. Arruda, A. Tselev, S. Jesse, N. J. Dudney, and S. V. Kalinin (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)

    B5 Monday, May 2
    Room 510 C
    2:00pm

    Measuring Oxygen Reduction Reaction on the Solid-State Ionic Surfaces on the Nanoscale...
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  • Cypher Workshop at UCLA April 19-20

    Cypher Workshop at UCLA April 19-20

    You're invited to bring your samples and test drive Cypher, the world's highest resolution AFM, at the UCLA CNSI Nano and Pico Characterization Laboratory, April 19-20, 2011. There will be a presentation and a look inside the box where you can learn more about the Cypher AFM and its unique features including ease-of-use, fast scanning, and superior resolution imaging and measurement accuracy. Individual demonstrations can be scheduled to run your samples, or to get a demonstration on a specific...
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  • 2nd Int'l Workshop on SPM for Energy Applications June 8-10, Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research

    SPM for Energy Applications Workshop, June 8-10

    Scope Following a highly successful first conference with over 100 attendees, the 2nd Int’l Workshop on Scanning Probe Microscopy (SPM) for Energy Applications at Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research in Mainz will focus on sharing new and innovative research involving characterization of the microscopic mechanisms underpinning solar cell, battery, fuel cell operations, and materials used for alternative energy applications at th...
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  • Cypher UK Scan Tour Comes to Ireland and Southampton March/April 2011

    Cypher UK Scan Tour Comes to Ireland and Southampton March/April 2011

    The UK Cypher Scan Tour continues in spring 2011 as we plan to scan at two leading UK/Ireland universities. Each day’s agenda will include an initial presentation describing the Cypher AFM and its unique features and an opportunity to “look inside the box” and really get to grips with its revolutionary design. Researchers are invited to then bring their own samples for an individual demo, or to schedule time with our scientists to demo a specific application, technique or imaging mode. ...
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  • Asylum UK User Meeting June 21

    Asylum UK User Meeting June 21

    Asylum Research will be holding its 3rd UK User Meeting and Forum on June 21, the day before the UK SPM (RMS Meeting) in Edinburgh, UK. The User Meeting is open to all Asylum users and AFM researchers that are interested in sharing their research results and learning more about the technical advancements in AFM/SPM. The day will include morning talks (submitted) followed by the very popular Equipment Lab/Ask-the-Expert sessions. A simultaneous track will include tutorials for those not scheduled...
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  • AFM in Biology Class April 13-15-Registration Packet

    AFM in Biology Class April 13-15-Registration Packet

    We are posting the AFM in Biology Class to all of our users before we make a public announcement here shortly. Attached is the registration packet should you wish to reserve your seat. The class is nearly half full so please send in your registration as soon as possible. You can download a PDF here.
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  • AFM Workshop at Purdue University Feb. 17

    AFM Workshop at Purdue University Feb. 17

    Atomic Force Microscopy Workshop Feb. 17, 2011
    Life Science Applications and Electrical Characterization of Materials The Birck Nanotechnology Center at Purdue University will be hosting an Asylum Research Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) Workshop on February 17, 2011. The workshop will include lectures and equipment/imaging demonstrations for both life science applications and electrical characterization of materials. The AFM Workshop is open to current AFM researchers looking to learn mo...
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  • Tutorial at Biophysical Society Meeting, Sunday, March 6

    Tutorial at Biophysical Society Meeting, Sunday, March 6

    "Probing the Nanomechanics of Biological Systems with an AFM - Instrumentation and Applications" Exhibitor Tutorial Sunday, March 6 3:00pm, Room 329 Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) offers a reliable approach to measuring the nanomechanical properties of biological systems. During this tutorial we will focus predominately on elasticity measurements of cells which are crucial to understanding basic cellular function (motility, adhesion, differentiation, apoptosis), cytoskeletal dynamics and dis...
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  • Bimodal AFM Tutorial at Multifrequency AFM Conference March 13

    Bimodal AFM Tutorial at Multifrequency AFM Conference March 13

    The need for higher compositional resolution and sensitivity has led to exploration of imaging with higher harmonics and/or flexural or torsional cantilever modes. More recently, the AFM is experiencing the evolution from single to multi-frequency excitation and detection schemes. The Bimodal AFM Tutorial, held the afternoon of March 13, 2011 in conjunction with the 3rd Multifrequency AFM Conference, will cover a variety of topics by leading researchers in the field. Demonstration on AFM instrumentation...
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