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The 4th Annual NanoScientific Forum Europe (NSFE 2021) will be hosted by Dr. Thorsten Hugel and Dr. Bizan Balzer from the Institute of Physical Chemistry, University Freiburg on Sept. 15-17, 2021. Scanning probe microscopy, including Atomic Force Microcopy, is gaining popularity thanks to its powerful nanoscale imaging and measurement capability, versatility in applications from semiconductor, chemistry to life sciences and recent advances in automation. This event brings together a leading group of experts on a variety of topics and will be a great networking opportunity that includes an exciting social program.

“Atomic Force Microscope (AFM) has become the most versatile tool to investigate the surface of materials at the nano- and microscale. Applications range from topological via mechanical to electrical, chemical and magnetic properties,” comments the Hosts of NSFE 2021, Dr. Thorsten Hugel and Dr. Bizan Balzer, University of Freiburg, who are looking forward to hosting this year. “We are excited to exchange the latest cutting-edge applications featuring our results on nanotribology of soft tissue, single polymers and triboelectricity.”

NSFE 2021 will be a live, in person event in beautiful Freiburg Germany near the Black Forest, with a gathering of researchers from all fields of Scanning Probe Microscopy. NSFE 2021 will include keynote lectures on different AFM applications, poster sessions and contributed lectures enabling young scientists to present their research projects. It will also include live hands-on-sessions on Park Systems AFM instruments, where you can learn the how to perform various AFM techniques.

The scientific program will follow the latest research trends and research topics dealing with improving the life standards of today and the future. In particular, the focus will be on nanoscale functional materials, such as organics, organic/inorganic hybrid semiconductors, nano- and biomaterials, as well as the development of novel nanometrology methods. A special session during the event will be dedicated to Nanotribology via Scanning Probe Microscopy and its Applications.

NSFE series is an open European AFM User Forum focusing on sharing and exchanging the cutting-edge research for both materials and life science disciplines using Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM). This popular event is sponsored by Park Systems and NanoScientific. Visit www.nanoscientificforum.com for more information on NSFE.

 

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About NanoScientific

NanoScientific published quarterly since 2014 showcases advancements in the field of nanoscience and nanotechnology across a wide range of multi-disciplinary areas of research and has a global distribution of over 40,000 in North America, Europe and Asia. NanoScientific Symposiums both virtual and in person are held worldwide to give researchers a platform to share their research and network with others in the field of nanotechnology. NanoScientific hosted Virtual events in 2020 including NSFE in Europe, and Virtual NanoScientific Symposiums in the US, Asia, China, Korea, Japan, India and Latin America. For information on all upcoming events, visit us at www.nanoscientific.org

 

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