The NanoScientific Forum Europe (NSFE 2018) hosted at TU Freiberg and sponsored by Park Systems and NanoScientific Journal is now available via live stream.
Register directly for live stream at the Virtual Conference Center at http://live.parksystems.com/
To view the NSFE conference website and program visit https://www.parksystems.com/nsfe2018
Register today to attend the NSFE live stream event with keynote speakers from Max Planck Institute, Technical University Dresden, KU Leuven, Cambridge University, University of Bologna, CPN-ISMN and imec. This open AFM User Meeting offers extraordinary insights into the development and implementation of Atomic Force Microscope techniques in both materials and life science disciplines. NSFE includes lectures and live hands-on-sessions in Nanomechanics & Electrical Characterization, SPM & Biological Applications, Nanostructuring, AFM Methodology, and a Special Session focused on Nanobubbles.
The NanoScientific Forum Europe special session Nanobubbles highlights engineering processes like melt filtration, which is a part of the flagship project of TU Freiberg and Helmholtz Institute Freiberg for Resource Technology. Other events at NSFE include a Conference Dinner “Fusing Science & People” and Discovering Natural Treasures - terra mineralia Tour & Party, AFM Image contest, keynote speakers from top universities and technical sessions on nanoscale microscopy.
"With our research focus on sustainable resource technologies, efficient materials and alternative energy we are pleased to host the first NanoScientific Forum in Europe,” commented the host of NSFE, Prof. UrsPeuker from the TU Bergakademie Freiberg.
NanoScientific recently published an article titled ”Nanobubbles and Their Effect on AFM Measurements and Engineering Processes” by Lisa Ditscherlein, Scientific Researcher (PhD) at MVTAT, TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Mechanical Process Engineering and Material Processing, Specialization Particle Technology, which can be viewed here: http://nanoscientific.org/?p=5601
NanoScientific Symposiums and Forums were started in 2018 to bring together the nanoscientific community to showcase the latest advances in science and technology at world-wide, and if you are not able to attend the event, the live stream option and virtual conference offers the opportunity to connect virtually during and after the live event. In 2019, NanoScientific Journal will continue to sponsor additional NanoScientific Symposiums at several locations and on a variety of topics.