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In partnership with the Stanford Nano Shared Facilities (SNSF), Park Systems is proud to announce a free workshop and live demo to take place on November 10, 2015 at Stanford University. The workshop will cover topics such as AFM automatizing software with Self-Optimizing Scan Control and Scanning Ion Conductance Microscopy (SICM) technology, both from Park Systems. In the subsequent live demo, Park Systems will also unveil the functionality of the Park NX10 SICM module—hardware designed to enable innovative studies in electrochemistry. The entire event is open to all interested parties and includes lunch.


l  Event Date and Time : Tuesday, November 10, 2015 — 9 AM to to 1 PM

l  Venue : Stanford Nano Shared Facilities, Stanford University — 443 Via Ortega, Shriram Center for Bioengineering and Chemical Engineering, Room 262, Stanford, CA



 Dr.Sang-il Park
Chairman & CEO, Park Systems

Dr. Sang-il Park, distinguished Stanford alumnus and founder of Park Systems, will be a featured presenter at the event. His talk will cover continuous innovations at Park Systems including the revolutionary Park SmartScan software, a pioneering AFM intelligence that produces high quality images with only a single click.

park nx10-sicm

Park NX10 AFM System w/ SICM module

Event Agenda

l  9:00 AM - Coffee and donuts
l  9:20 AM — Introduction and Welcome (Dr. Tobias Beetz, SNSF)
l  9:30 AM — "Automatizing AFM using Self Optimizing Scan Control (Dr. Sang-il Park, Park Systems)
l  10:30 AM — "Park SICM technology and its applications (Mr. Brian Choi, Park Systems)
l  11:30 AM — Live AFM demo (Applications Staff, Park Systems)
l  12:30 PM — Pizza and drinks
l  1:00 PM — Event closing


About Stanford Nano Shared Facility

The Stanford Nano Shared Facilities (SNSF) is a group of service centers (Nanofabrication, Electron & Ion Microscopy, X-ray & Surface Analysis and Soft & Hybrid Materials) that includes the Stanford Nanocharacterization Laboratory, the Nanopatterning Lab, the Ginzton Microfab, and the Soft and Hybrid Materials Facility. SNSF's purpose is to provide shared scientific instrumentation, laboratory facilities, and expert staff support to enable multidisciplinary research and educate tomorrow's scientists and engineers. All SNSF equipment and services are operated as a service center.

SNSF has facilities in the McCullough, Moore, Spilker and Shriram buildings. The newest facilities are are located in the Spilker and Shriram buildings, at the heart of the new Science and Engineering Quad. Most of the SNSF laboratory space is located in an extensive underground level, 18 feet deep, accessible from the basement levels of both the Spilker, Shriram and the Huang Engineering Center, but seismically isolated from both. This space provides a home with cutting-edge specifications on the control of vibration, acoustics, electromagnetic interference, light, and cleanliness that are essential for the manipulation of matter down to the molecular and atomic scale.

l  Link : https://snsf.stanford.edu/


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