NT-MDT Hosting Free Workshop in Frankfurt featuring external speakers from the US, Portugal and Germany February 24th-25th.
Your Exclusive Invitation to a Free NT-MDT Workshop at The Westin in Frankfurt, Germany
February 24th-25th 2015
Featuring demonstrations on these key devices alongside exciting external speakers!
NT-MDT is excited to extend an exclusive invitation for you to participate in our German workshop in Frankfurt on Tuesday the 24th February and Wednesday the 25th Of February in the Westin Grand Frankfurt on the techniques of AFM, Raman, SNOM and TERS.
In addition to the talks we will be able to provide and demonstrate measurements on the NTEGRA Spectra, modular NTEGRA and TITANIUM devices.
We would also like to take the opportunity to invite you to join us for dinner at 7.30pm.
- Advanced Electrical measurements using new AFM controller with integrated 5 lock-in amplifiers;
- Nonresonance technique (mechanical properties and topography) using the unique Hybrid Mode;
- Unique integrated AFM/Confocal/Raman/SNOM system;
- TERS (Tip Enhanced Raman Scattering, nano Raman) applications: LIVE demonstration of super-resolution Raman imaging on variety of samples;
- System for automated AFM measurements with unique Revolution Multiprobe Cartridge System (TITANIUM);
- Applications with Piezo Response Force Microscopy (PFM).
CEO of NT-MDT America. Dr. Magonov is involved in scanning probe microscopy activities since 1988 as the Head of STM/AFM laboratory (FMF, Freiburg University) and principal scientist in Digital Instruments, Veeco Instruments and Agilent Instruments. Recent developments and applications include single-pass electric modes, Hybrid mode, etc.”
Prof. Lukas Eng is Professor at the Institute of the Applied Physics of Dresden Technical University, Germany. His main scientific demands are the structural, optical (vis, IR, THz) and electrical properties of nanosystems based on ferroic materials.
Prof. Andrei Kholkin is one of the Pioneers in the field of the Piezo Response Force Microscopy (PFM). He is currently based at the University of Aveiro in Portugal.
Prof. Victor Bykov is PRESIDENT of NT-MDT Co. He founded NT-MDT in 1989. At the same time he is a Head of Department of Physical and Quantum Electronics in Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT).
Pavel Dorozkhin’s responsibilities at NT-MDT include developing unique products and applications with the integration of Atomic Force Microscopy and various optical spectroscopy techniques: AFM-Raman, SNOM & TERS. Pavel has ~20 years of experimental research experience in spectroscopy of nanomaterials and related fields”
Since 2002 he has a Researcher position at the Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research in Mainz (Germany). His current research is focusing on Scanning Probe Microscopy (SPM) for characterization of soft matter.
Tuesday 24th February
9:15 Workshop Opening; Ms Sinéad Quinn;
9.20 Opening Talk - “Innovations in Scanning Probe Microscopy / High Resolution Spectroscopy and NT-MDT Development”, Prof. Victor Bykov, President NT-MDT Co;
11.00-12.00 “High-Resolution Visualization and Mapping of Mechanical Properties Down to the Nanometer Scale”, Dr. Sergei Magonov;
12.00-13.15 "Co-localized AFM/Raman/SNOM microscopy and Tip Enhanced Raman Scattering", Dr. Pavel Dorozhkin;
14.15 Guest speaker : “Piezo Response Force Microscopy (PFM), Basics and Applications”, Prof. Andrei Kholkin;
15.30 - 17:30 Live Presentation of the systems NTEGRA Prima, NTEGRA Spectra, TITANIUM.
Wednesday 25th February
9:30 “New Frontiers of AFM-Based Local Electric Measurements”, Dr. Sergei Magonov;
10:30 Guest speaker : “Novel topologies in nanoscale ferroics: skyrmions and conductive domain walls.”, Prof. Lukas Eng;
11:30 Tea/Coffee Break;
11.45 Guest Speaker: "Unbalanced Charge Distribution inside a Perovskite-Sensitized Solar Cell", Dr. Ruediger Berger;
13:30 "Cantilever Cartridge AFM head, the revolutionary step in the AFM design”, Dr. Sergey Lemeshko;
14:00 - 17:00 Presentation of the systems NTEGRA Prima, NTEGRA Spectra, TITANIUM
A conference dinner will be held on the evening of Tuesday the 24th of February for all speakers and attendees.