Atomic Force Microscopy Technical Talks and Events


Upcoming AFM
Technical Talks, Workshop and Events

esmSept. 11-13
Nanoscale Imaging Energy Applications, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Technical Talk
Sept. 12
"In-situ Cantilever Shape Profiling–Implications for Quantitative
Functional and Nanomechanical Measurements"
Keith Jones

RubberSept. 17-20
EMC, Manchester, UK

Booth 104

Technical Talk

Sept. 18
"AM-FM and Loss Tangent Imaging - Two New Tools for Quantitative Nanomechanical Properties"
Mick Phillips

Cypher™ Demo-Schedule Your Time
Schedule your Cypher demo in the booth. Contact our UK office for time slots that are still available.

BRSept. 23-27
National Microscopy Congress
San Luis Potosis, Mexico

Cells dividingSept. 23-26
Annual Meeting of the German Biophysical Society (DGfB),
Univ. of Goettingen

MFP-3D-BIO Workshop

Learn more about combined AFM and optical imaging, video overlay, and nanomechanics for biological applications at our MFP-3D-BIO™ workshop. Learn tips and tricks for imaging cells and biological samples. Seating is limited. Email Atomic Force to reserve your spot.

coffee bagSept. 23-26
SPM on Soft and Polymeric Materials, Kerkrade Netherlands

Technical Talk
Sept. 25
"Surface Mediated Fibril Formation of Silk-Collagen-like Triblock Copolymers"
Roland Goschke

nanotubeOct. 4-5
Recent Development in Nanomaterials:
Structures, Dynamics & Applications, Taipei, Taiwan

cell overlayOct. 11-12
Nano Utah

Technical Talk
Oct. 12
"AFM for Nanomechanics in Biology"
Irene Revenko

Contact resonanceOct. 15-17
4th Multifrequency Conference, Madrid, Spain

Multifrequency Tutorial
Oct. 15

Presentations will be given by leading scientists in the field, including Roger Proksch, Santiago Solares, Horacio Vargas, and Ricardo Garcia. Hands-on experiments of multifrequency techniques will be performed on the Asylum Research Cypher™ AFM. Seating is limited. Additional information and registration can be found on the conference website.
Download the Tutorial Syllabus.

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