IEMN, a research center of the CNRS (France), organizes a short course that provides specific training in scanning probe microscopy. This short course will be held from Mai 13 to Mai 15, in Lille, with the participation of Veeco France.
The course, given in the French language, is intended for scientists, technicians, engineers, who desire an introduction to SPM or who want to broaden and update their pratical knowledge on the increasingly use of scanning probe microscopes in physics, chemistry, biology, and in numerous industrial sectors (semiconductors, data storage, biomaterials, food,.).

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