Second call for abstracts

Euro AFM Forum 2011, Zurich, Switzerland, September 7-9

Download the Second Circular with timetable and hands-on workshop p...

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Abstract submission deadline: August 29

Dear SPM scientists

This is the second call for abstracts for the Euro AFM Forum 2011 with its very popular instrument and equipment workshops. We're looking for ward to another exciting and fruitful meeting with topics all around AFM science.

» Please download the Second Circular with timetable and hands-on workshop program here!

If you haven't yet registered, now is a good time to register online at The abstract submission deadline on August 29th is approaching fast!

Links to the hotel reservation page in Deutsch | hotel reservation page in English

» Download the First Circular here.

Scope of the Forum

The Euro AFM Forum is organized for AFM scientist s to share and exchange their cutting-edge research in both materials and life science disciplines. The instrument workshops offer in-depth knowledge about advanced AFM technologies combined with hands-on instructions at the AFM. Experienced and novice scientists using AFM technology will find the Forum very helpful to increase their knowledge about this exciting measurement method.


September 7-9, 2011


ETH Hönggergerg-Science City, Zurich, Switzerland.


Early registration online opens June 6.

  • EUR 330 faculty/industry/post doc
  • EUR 190 students

After July 7:

  • EUR 420 faculty/industry/post doc
  • EUR 250 students The conference fee covers all lunches, coffee breaks, conference dinner, and workshop participation.

The conference fee covers all lunches, coffee breaks, boat trip, conference dinner, and workshop participation.


  • Reservation of discounted hotel rooms: July 15
  • Abstract submission: August 29

Click here to register online for the Euro AFM Forum 2011!


Confirmed Invited Speakers

Lyubov Belova, KTH Stockholm
Rüdiger Berger, MPIP Mainz
Ivo Rangelow, TU Ilmenau
Andreas Kis, EPFL Lausanne
Christian Greiner, KIT Karlsruhe
Céline Lichtensteiger, U Geneva
Karim Bouzehouane, Thales
Alexander Jakob ⁄ Stefan Mayr, IOM Leipzig

Call For Abstracts

The Forum will be accepting submissions for both lectures and posters. Abstracts may be submitted online at the conference website beginning June 6. Deadline for submission is July 18. Acceptance for abstract submissions will be announced July 25. Prizes will be awarded for the three top posters.

Image Contest

Enter your best AFM image in the Euro AFM Forum 2011image contest. The best AFM image that represents innovative science and perfect use of the AFM will be awarded an iPad! Please submit your images (jpg, TIFF, png) with a brief description via email to (max 50 MB accepted).


Wednesday, September 7

  • Registration
  • Starting midday: Lectures /Instrument Workshops
  • Evening: Boat Tour

Thursday, September 8

  • Lectures / Instrument Workshops
  • Poster Session, Image Contest
  • Conference Dinner

Friday, September 9

  • Lectures / Instrument Workshop
  • Lunch and conference closure

Instrument Workshop

Applications Scientists will instruct small groups of researchers on a variety of AFM topics. Instruc tion will be done on the MFP-3D™ AFM as well as the Cypher™ AFM. Attendees may sign up for two workshop topics.

Tentative Topics Include:

  • Nano indentation
  • Piezo Force Microscopy
  • Electrochemical Strain Microscopy
  • Electrical Characterization
  • Force Spectroscopy
  • Force Mapping
  • Atomic resolution / fast scanning with Cypher
  • Imaging in liquids

Please note: Session topics may be changed or added.


Accommodation in a hotel room at reduced rates can be booked through the Zurich Tourist Office here:

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