More than 25 years ago, the foundations of Park Systems were laid at Stanford University, where Dr. Sang-il Park, the founder of Park Systems, worked at Prof. Quate’s group that invented the world's first Atomic Force Microscope (AFM). After years of development Dr. Park introduced the first commercial AFM to the world, starting the successful path of Park Systems.
Today, Park Systems, as the world-leading innovator in AFM technology, enables researchers and engineers around the globe to contribute to impactful science and technological development that helps humanity to grow and improve life standards.
Thanks to the high-level technological know-how and 100% commitment, the professionals at Park provide innovative application solutions for material and life science disciplines, to and with their customers.
With Park’s high-performance scientific instruments for research and industrial communities, we help to explore new phenomena in chemistry, materials, physics, life sciences, semiconductor and data storage industries. Park Systems continuously strives to live up to the innovative spirit of its origin. Throughout its long journey, the company has been committed to provide advanced and most accurate AFM instrumentation, with revolutionary features line True Non-ContactTM mode or PinPointTM Nanomechanical AFM. Due to the cutting-edge AFM automation features Park AFMs are extremely easy to use and enable to obtain outstanding results faster, more efficient and more accurate.
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Using Magnetic Force Microscopy to Investigate Hosts for Anti-Skyrmions
Investigating Domain Structure Origin in Hybrid Perovskite Piezoresponses
Electrical Characterization of 2D Transition Metal Dichalcogenides via SPM
Examining 2D Heterostructure Moiré Patterns Via Atomic Force Microscopy
Using Atomic Force Microscopy to Correlate Graphene's Functional Properties on the Nanoscale
High Resolution AFM Imaging of Single PTFE Molecules on Teflon Surface
Stabilizing the Piezoresponse for Ferroelectric Domain Characterization
Piezoresponse Stabilization of Rough Ferroelectric Materials
Surface Potential Imaging of Soft Structures via Sideband KPFM
The Committee of the 4th NanoScientific Forum Europe, September 15-17, 2021 Announces that the Event goes Virtual and Calls for Abstracts by June 1, 2021
Park Systems, World Leading Atomic Force Microscopy Manufacturer Hits 1 Trillion KRW Mark at KOSDAQ
There Has Been No Better Time for a Breakthrough in Your Research
University of Freiburg and Park Systems Europe announce the 4th NanoScientific Forum Europe on September 15-17, 2021 to be held at the Institute of Physical Chemistry, Albert-Ludwig Freiburg Universit
Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin and Park Systems Start a Research Collaboration in Materials Science
Last Call for Abstracts - 2020 NanoScientific Forum Europe on Scanning Probe Microscopy (SPM) Now VIRTUAL!
Exploring ferroelectricity in layered materials using atomic force microscopy in vacuum
Magnetic Force Microscopy – what you should know about it
Single capsomere imaging in viruses
Making dielectrics the only barrier in your research with conductive AFM