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Please join us for this informative, free workshop hosted by the ISTerre Laboratory at Grenoble University. It is an excellent chance to catch up on the latest advances in . Asylum Research will discuss recent innovations including video-rate with the Cypher VRS and the new Interferometric Detection System (IDS) option for Cypher AFMs that dramatically improves the reproducibility of piezoforce response microscopy (PFM).
Both days will feature a mix of introductory presentations by Asylum Research scientists, presentations by invited researchers, and hands-on AFM sessions featuring the Cypher VRS and the MFP-3D Origin+ AFMs.
Piezoresponse force microscopy is a technique that can be used to characterize the electromechanical coupling underlying the functionality of many systems, including piezoelectrics, ferroelectrics, and certain biological materials. This technique is relevant to both basic materials research and a rich of applied technologies such as semiconductors.
Atomic force microscopy allows researchers to characterize the topography and mechanical properties of biomaterials. The can accurately measure roughness and microstructure as a function of composition and processing variables. Biomaterials can also be inspected after in vitro testing or after explanation to assess changes in features. A wide range of techniques can be applied to quantitatively measure the stiffness, moduli, and dissipation of biomaterials.
Registration is free, but all attendees must register due to limited seating. Click the "Register Now" button to confirm your attendance. If you wish to bring your own samples to image during the hands-on sessions, you must contact Julien Lopez in advance to make arrangements.
Institut des Sciences de la Terre (ISTerre Lab)
Grenoble University Campus
1381, rue de la Piscine
38400 SAINT MARTIN D'HÈRES
Date: September 5-6, 2018
Julien Lopez, Asylum Research