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At Park Systems we offer live demos to better show the capabilities and functions of our equipment. Found below is a list of the upcoming demos we are hosting along with links to register for each event.
For further information, click on ‘Details’ for the demo you are interested in. 


MPI Mainz and Park Systems are pleased to invite you to “AFM Seminar & Discussion – Innovative Research and the Technology behind Atomic Force Microscopy.”

A special guest, Dr. Sang-il Park, Founder and CEO of Park Systems who was the first to commercialize the AFM, will hold a talk on the technological innovations and high-level atomic force microscopy solutions. This talk will be followed by Q&A session and final discussion.

We are no longer accepting registration for this event

Event Date 10-16-2017
Event End Date 10-16-2017
Individual Price Free

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Discovering Advanced AFM

International Workshop on Atomic Force Microscopy

12 October, 2017 at Centro Congressi Area della Ricerca CNR, Bologna, Ital

Registration closes on Monday, October 9, 23.59

Organized together with the facility SPM@ISMN of ISMN Bologna and supported the Italian Society for Microscopical Science (SISM).

Local organizing committee: Dr. Cristiano Albonetti, Dr. Marco Brucale, Dr. Eva Bysternova, Dr. Denis Gentili and Dr. Francesco Valle

Centro congressi Area della Ricerca CNR di Bologna
Via P. Gobetti, 101 40129 Bologna – Italy

Begin: 13:00

Event Date 10-12-2017
Event End Date 10-12-2017
Individual Price Free


In proud partnership with the Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Park Systems is proud to announce a free atomic force microscopy (AFM) workshop, live demo, and sample evaluation to take place from August 16 to 18, 2017 at the Universidad Nacional de Colombia's campus in Medellin, Colombia.

The workshop will provide a detailed introduction to the new key attributes of modern AFM technology, such as True Non-Contact™ Mode and Self-Optimizing Scan Control as well as PinPoint Mode that are great for various topography and mechanical imaging in both air and liquid environment, all from Park Systems. During the subsequent instrument demonstration you will have the opportunity to learn the innovative functionality of the Park NX10 AFM System—a tool designed to enable the accurate and reproducible measurements in advanced research—and have the opportunity to evaluate your samples. This entire event is open to all interested parties and includes lunch.

We are no longer accepting registration for this event

Event Date 08-16-2017
Event End Date 08-18-2017
Individual Price Free


In proud partnership with the Seitz Materials Research Laboratory, Park Systems is proud to announce a free workshop and live demo to take place on August 3, 2017 at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. 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 AFM System w/ SICM Module—a tool designed to enable innovative studies in electrochemistry. The entire event is open to all interested parties and includes lunch.

We are no longer accepting registration for this event

Event Date 08-03-2017
Event End Date 08-03-2017
Individual Price Free


Park Systems returns to SEMICON West in 2017 to exhibit our acclaimed atomic force microscopy solutions tailored for industry research and production applications.

While you visit us on the show floor at the Moscone Center, come by the ThirstyBear Brewing Company on Tuesday, July 11 as we host an Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) Luncheon featuring talks from special guest speakers: Dr. Sang-il Park, Chairman & CEO of Park Systems and Prof. Krishna Saraswat, Rickey/Nielsen Professor in the School of Engineering at Stanford University.

We are no longer accepting registration for this event

Event Date 07-11-2017
Event End Date 07-11-2017
Individual Price Free

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