Scanning Probe Microscopy day 2011

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The annual Scanning Probe Microscopy Day 2011, will take place at February 18th 2011 at the Radboud University Nijmegen.
The purpose of this one-day symposium is to exchange on recent developments in SPM research.

Invited speakers are


Dr. Nikolaj Moll of IBM Research — Zürich, Switzerland.
Title: “The Mechanisms Behind Atomic-Resolution Force Microscopy with Functionalized Tips”


Dr. Pavel Novak of the Imperial College London.
Title: "Beyond the Optical Resolution in Living Cell: Biomedical Applications of Scanning Ion Conductance Microscopy”

The symposium also includes an exhibition where SPM related companies can present themselves.

Abstract submission open till 21 january.
For poster presentations we like to receive the title before January 28th.
The best talk and poster will be awarded with a speakerprize and posterprize.
Registration participants open till 14th february (by mailing your name and name of your university/company to ml.beenen@science.ru.nl). The day is free of charge.

All communications and registrations should be sent to the email address: ml.beenen@science.ru.nl

Contents

program, February 18, 2011:

posters and abstracts

location

Sponsors


The annual Scanning Probe Microscopy Day 2011 is sponsored by:


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directly to NT-MDT                                                                                        directly to Bruker AXS




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directly to Omicron NanoTechnology GmbH                              ;   nbsp;             directly to Schaefer-tec


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directly to NanoAndMore GmbH                                                    ;                   directly to Pfeiffer Vacuum


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directly to Atomic Force                                                                                      directly to Asylum Research


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directly to Delft-Nanotechnology                                                                        directly to ScienTec


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directly to NanoLab Nijmegen;                                                                               directly to AIST Nano Technologies International BV

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directly to JPK Instruments Ltd.