Programme for Nanomechanical User Group Meeting

Please find attached the programme for this year's European Nanomechanical
User Group Meeting, which will be held on Tuesday Sept. 27th at the
University of Cambridge, kindly hosted by Prof Bill Clyne and Prof Bill
Clegg of the Gordon Laboratory.

We have an excellent programme of talks, covering all aspects of
nanomechanical testing, from techniques to applications to standards. The
meeting presents the ideal opportunity to catch up with new developments in
the field. Poster submissions will be welcome up to Sept 2nd.

The meeting is preceded by an introductory workshop for new users or those
interesting in updating their practical knowledge. This will be held on the
afternoon of Monday Sept 26th. This is followed by the conference dinner,
which will be held in Downing College. All events are included in the
registration.

I would encourage you to circulate the details of this meeting to any of
your colleagues who you feel might be interested. This meeting is not
exclusively for NanoTest users, we like to encourage all those with an
interest in the field to attend. Full registration details are on our
website:
http://www.micromaterials.co.uk/news-and-events/european-nanomechan...
-group-meeting-2011/

I look forward to seeing you in Cambridge.

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