Seeing at the Nanoscale 2012 : Book the date and Preliminary Program

 

Exploring the Future of Nanotechnology

BOOK THE DATE: July 09th-11th

Bruker is pleased to announce Seeing at the Nanoscale 2012, the tenth annual scientific conference focusing on nanostructural imaging, characterization, and modification using scanning probe microscopy (SPM) and related techniques. The event will be held from July 09th-11th, 2011, at the Wills Memorial Building, University of Bristol in the United Kingdom. The conference is jointly organized by Bruker, the University of Bristol, the Bristol Centre for Nanoscience and Quantum Information, and promises to build on the biological and physical sciences interdisciplinary strengths of each organization.

Hosted by the conference chairman Professor Mervyn Miles (University of Bristol) and co-chairman Professor Heinrich Hörber (University of Bristol), this conference will provide an optimum forum for "scientists to speak to scientists" on a wide variety of nanotechnology topics with four technical sessions (Preliminary Program) covering: 

Keynote: Toshio Ando (Kanazawa University, Japan)

BioAFM: Cells and Molecules

Energy, Graphene, Electronic Materials

Chair

Yves Dufrêne
Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium

Chair

Sergei V. Kalinin
Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA

Invited

Simon Scheuring
INSERM/ University of Marseille, France

Invited

David J.Fermin
University of Bristol, UK

Invited

Jean-Luc Pellequer
CEA Marcoule, France

Invited

Markus Raschke
University of Colorado, USA

Exterme Instrumentation: Speed, Resolution, more

Polymers, Organic Molecules, and  nanoMechanics

Chair

Franz J. Giessibl
University of Regensburg, Germany

Chair

Julius Vancso
University of Twente,NL

Invited

Toshio Ando
Kanazawa University, Japan

Invited

Jamie Hobbs
University of Sheffield, UK

Invited

Georg Schitter
Vienna University of Technology, Austria

Invited

Thilo Glatzel
University of Basel, Swizerland

The event includes 2 ½ days of technical presentations and posters, as well as networking opportunities to interact and collaborate with the conference participants and organizers. 
In conjunction with the conference, Bruker will host a half day training course covering a variety of AFM techniques.

Share your research at the world’s leading SPM Conference and have your voice heard among your peers and experts in nanotechnology!
Abstract submission will open on December 1st, 2011

 

For more information, visit

www.bruker-axs.com/seeing-at-the-nanoscale-2012.html

or contact us:

sns@bruker-nano.com

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Sincerely,

Your Seeing at the Nanoscale Team

Bruker Nano Surfaces Division

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