NT-MDT Hosting Free Workshop at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania the 19th-20th of February 2015


Your Exclusive Invitation to a Free NT-MDT Workshop at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) in Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania the 19th-20th of February 2015

Advanced SPM & AFM-Raman Techniques
Free Workshop

NT-MDT is excited to extend an exclusive invitation for you to participate in our workshop in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on Thursday the 19th  February and Friday the  20th of February at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) on the techniques of AFM and Raman.

In addition to the talks we will be able to provide and demonstrate measurements on the NTEGRA Prima, NTEGRA Spectra and NEXT devices.

During this two day workshop we will give three lectures on the latest developments in SPM and AFM -Raman techniques and conduct experiment demonstrations using our systems. As places are limited at this event we ask kindly that you RSVP if you would like to join us.

Proposed Workshop Agenda

February 19th

9:00   Registration and Coffee
9:15   Welcome and Introduction
9:30    Lecture : From High Resolution AFM Imaging to Quantitative Mapping of Local Mechanical Properties.
10:45  Coffee break
11:00  Lecture : Expanding AFM Characterization of Materials with a Combined AFM/Raman microscope.    
12:00  Live demonstration of NTEGRA Spectra
13:00  Lunch
14:00 – 17.00 : Live demonstration of NEXT AFM, NTEGRA Prima and samples measurements

February 20th
10:00   Lecture : AFM-based Electrical modes in Applications  
11:00    Live demonstration of AFM and AFM-Raman systems.
13:00   Lunch
14.00-17.00   Visitors Samples measurements

If you would like to bring your own samples to be tested using one of the NT-MDT systems then please let us know and we can schedule an appointment for you.

Due to the limited number of places, please RSVP by email to Oleg Butyaev : butyaev@ntmdt-america.com, or Sergei Magonov: magonov@ntmdt.us and let us know by February 12th how many accompanying people will be with you.
The Workshop will take place in Roberts Hall (building 24 on the map) on the first floor

Have more questions? Contact us +7-499-110-2050
or fulfill a form and we will answer all your questions.