Nanosurf User Meeting 2018

(Nanowerk News) Join your fellow Nanosurf AFM users on Nov. 5, 2018 in Basel, Switzerland, and take the opportunity to discuss applications, techniques, and breakthroughs with your peers from research, industry, and life science.
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Scientific Program

9:10 Urs Matter: Welcome
09:15 Daniel Müller: Atomic force microscopy-based mechanobiology
09:45 Katharina Doll: Measuring bacterial adhesion forces on implant materials
10:10 David Martinez: The power and need for cell growth regulation at the single cell level
10:35 Coffee break
11:00 Orane Guilaume-Gentil: FluidFM for Molecular Investigations of Single Cells
11:25 Tomaso Zambelli: Developments in FluidFM based SICM
11:50 Nicolas Helfricht: FluidFM: A novel tool for manipulation and characterization of soft materials
12:15 Wojciech Dera: Method for lateral force calibration in AFM and its applications
12:30 Lunch break
13:45 Thilo Glatzel: The influence of water on the work function of nanoscale diamonds
14:10 Paul Keatley: The LensAFM as a platform for time-resolved scanning near-field magneto-optical microscopy
14:35 Bekim Osmani: Nanostructured dielectric elastomer transducers for smart implants
15:00 Ricardo Gouveia: Advances in corneal tissue engineering – matrices matter
15:25 Coffee break
16:00 Franz Giessibl: The qPlus sensor, a powerful core for the atomic force microscope
16:30 Oguzhan Gürlü: Looking beyond the surface with Nanosurf scanning probe microscopes
17:00 Bjarke Jørgensen: AFM and potatoes – the use of atomic force microscopy for the development of graphene based broadband photodetectors for food inspections
17:30 Closing remarks
Secure your seat today by filling in the registration form.
Source: Nanosurf (press release)
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