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Park Systems Announces Opening of New European Applications Center

Published on May 10, 2010 at 10:05 PM

Park Systems, the AFM technology leader and preferred nanotechnology solutions partner for demanding nanoscale research and industrial measurements, will open a European Applications Center at the Schaefer GmbH office located at Robert-Bosch-Strasse 31, D-63225 Langen, Germany, on May 10th, 2010. The facility will be staffed with scientists and engineers from Park Systems Corp and equipped with Park Systems' latest Atomic Force Microscope and advanced applications options.

The center will become the application and service center to promote Park Systems product solutions and support our European users a place in training, servicing, and sample measurements. The facility will allow more researchers to use the demo tools for

  • User training and workshop
  • Application support of advanced options
  • Service center for European users
  • Demo run of product capability and sample measurements

The center will display the XE-100, the award-winning research-grade AFM with Step-and-Scan Automation, the XE-150, the premier Cross-Functional AFM with motorized sample stage, and the XE-Bio, the new bio AFM for live cell imaging with Ion Conductance Microscopy (ICM). All the advanced options and modes will be available at the center.

“We are very excited about opening the European Applications Center in Germany. With the new center our European customers and distributors have a more pleasant environment to learn about our AFM family and its applications in action,” said Dr. Ryan Yoo, the Vice President of Global Sales and Marketing at Park Systems. He also mentioned “This new center in Germany represents Park Systems’ further commitment to support our R&D customers throughout the world in critical regions of nanoscience research. The new European Application Center will provide a centralized local application and service support in the region.”

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