Scientific Symposium for Nano Measurement Research

A Scientific Symposium for Nano Measurement Research

Thursday 3 - Friday 4 June, 2010

Krakow, Poland

Call for Papers

We are within two weeks of the abstract deadline for papers and posters to be presented at a scientific symposium at Jagiellonian
University this spring!

Nano Measure 2010, a two-day event whose applications-focused sessions will be chaired by luminaries such as Prof. Dr. Peter Hinterdorfer, Dr. Sergei Magonov, Dr. Warren Oliver, Dr. George
Pharr, and Prof. Dr. Marek Szymonski, offers a marvelous opportunity to share
your nanomeasurement-driven research with scientists from around the world. Our
Keynote Speakers will be Trevor Page, Emeritus Professor, Newcastle
University and Prof Kunio Takeyasu, Koyto University
and guest speakers include Dr Martin Moeller, RWTH
Aachen University,
Dr. Graham Cro
ss, Trinity
College, Dr. Tim Albrecht Imperial
& Dr Richard Nichols, University
of Liverpool, Dr. Slawomir Sek, University
of Warsaw and Malgorzata Lekka, Polish Academy
of Sciences.

All users of atomic force microscopes, nanomechanical test instrumentation, and complementary nanomeasurement techniques and technologies are encouraged to submit paper and
poster abstracts.

Symposium sessions include:

(1) In Situ Life Science Studies, Biomaterials & Single-Molecule Characterization at the Nanoscale;

(2) Polymers - Nanomorphology, Controlled Fabrication & Property Characterization;

(3) Nanomechanical Properties of Organic & Inorganic Materials; and

(4) Materials at the Nanoscale - Imaging, Electrochemistry & Electrical Properties.

Presenters will be announced by 15 April and be based solely on the scientific merit of the abstracts received. Those not chosen to present their work at one of the four sessions
will be invited to present a poster at the event.

Paper and poster abstracts for Nano Measure 2010 can be submitted at!

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