Discover the Power of Video-Rate AFM and Learn About the Latest AFM Technologies
With the advent of "fast-scanning" AFMs almost a decade ago improved imaging speeds but still only allowed processes to be captured with a temporal resolution of approximately ten seconds. The recent introduction of a practical video-rate AFM has improved imaging speeds by yet another order of magnitude and now makes it possible to capture movies with a temporal resolution better than a second with simple operation.
Please join us for this free workshop that will give an introduction to video-rate imaging and biophysical applications with lectures and hands-on demonstrations with Asylum Research Cypher™ VRS Video-Rate AFM. We’ll also present the latest technology and results for nanomechanics and property mapping.
Prof. Thomas Gutsmann, Research Center Borsel
Dr. Ted Limpoco, Oxford Instruments Asylum Research
Dr. Florian Johann, Oxford Instruments Asylum Research
Registration is free, but all attendees must register to reserve their seat. Click the "Register Now" button to confirm your attendance.
Center for Structural Systems Biology (CSSB) Lecture Hall Notkestraße 85 Building 15 22607 Hamburg