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Nanosurf webinars and live demonstrations

Nanosurf regularly holds webinars on topics of interest to our industry as well as live demonstrations of Nanosurf AFMs. All these events are free of charge and open to everyone. We hope to be able to provide you with an interesting learning opportunity during these times of restricted possibilities.

Nanosurf regularly holds webinars on topics of interest to our industry as well as live demonstrations of Nanosurf AFMs. All these events are free of charge and open to everyone. We hope to be able to provide you with an interesting learning opportunity during these times of restricted possibilities.

Advanced KPFM techniques: comparison between AM KPFM and FM KPFM

KPFM is an essential technique for nanoelectrical characterization of materials and devices. With the steady decrease of the size of modern circuits, new KPFM implementations were developed to face this challenge. In this webinar, Dr. Denis Vasyukov will present details of different implementations of KPFM imaging and their applications.

April 29, 2021 | 09:00 CET & 17:00 CET
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Nanosurf Python API and open-source tools for academia and industry

In this webinar we will introduce the Nanosurf Python API and learn how to control Nanosurf instruments with it. We will also briefly touch on the processing of the data, stored in NID files, and look at how to create custom user interfaces.

May 11, 2021 | 09:00 CET & 17:00 CET
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Picobalance: Mass measurement with DriveAFM

Dr. Patrick Frederix will present the concept of picobalance and explain its working principles. Examples of measuring the mass of microparticles, including cells, yeast, and polymeric beads will be presented.

May 27, 2021 | 09:00 CET & 17:00 CET
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Scanning Microwave Microscopy

In this webinar, Dr. Denis Vasyukov will describe Scanning Microwave Microscopy (SMM), a scanning probe technique that uses microwaves to probe up to a few hundred nanometers below the surface. The information gathered from the SMM measurement can be used to reconstruct important electrical parameters of the material, such as the dielectric constant, conductivity and resistance, and carrier density.

June 17, 2021 | 09:00 CET & 17:00 CET
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