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Oxford Instruments is ‘Bringing the Nanoworld Together’ in India once again - 22 - 23 November 2016 | IISc Bangalore

Oxford Instruments announces the launch of the 2016 technical workshops in India. Now in their 5th year, these workshops held across India have proven extremely popular, with previous events in Bangalore, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata and Mohali.

This year the event returns to the prestigious IISc Bangalore, the location of the first ever workshop. Showcasing cutting edge nanotechnology tools and their use in multiple applications, the two day seminar will comprise over 24 talks from Indian and international expert speakers, as well as Oxford Instruments scientists.

There will also be technical poster sessions, which will provide participants the chance to discuss research in detail, and excellent networking opportunities.

The event is organised in two parallel sessions:

Nanoscale Plasma Processing sessions will cover multiple areas including latest advances in etch and deposition technologies, graphene and 2D materials and their applications, ion beam technologies, and emerging applications including Atomic Scale processing Quantum and BioMEMS.

The other sessions on NanoScience Cryofree® research tools will comprise an introduction to nanotechnology, innovations in ultra low temperature research, sensing individual photons with atomic membranes, latest developments in cryogen free high magnetic field and low temperature sample environments for neutron scattering, the application relevance of key Cryofree tool innovations and more.

We intend these educational seminars to improve participants’ knowledge, and to keep them abreast of the latest technological advances in these research areas. The workshops provide ample opportunities for networking, debate and discussion around the rapidly evolving nanotechnology world and we are looking forward to another invigorating event.

Frazer Anderson, Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology’s Strategic Marketing and Development Director

This seminar is free to attend but prior booking is essential, as previous seminars have seen over 300 registrations.

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