Charles University and Bruker are pleased to announce that Nanobrücken 2022 will take place June 8-10 in the beautiful city of Prague. Nanobrücken, Bruker’s annual Nanomechanical Testing Conference and User Meeting for international researchers and industrial leaders in nanoindentation and nanotribological testing, includes oral presentations from leading research groups, as well as live demonstrations and discussions with Bruker experts.
Attendees can expect to discover new trends in nanomechanical and nanotribological testing, listen to talks from internationally renowned scientists, view student talk and poster competitions, participate in live demonstrations and discussions with Bruker experts, and network with peers during nightly social events.
Call for Abstracts — Abstract Submission Deadline is April 15
Abstract Submission Template
Please download the abstract template, update with your information, then submit using the abstract submission form. Abstracts may also be submitted when registering.
Oral Presentation Guidelines
The workshop prefers that you use your own laptop computer. However, bringing a backup of your
presentation file on a memory stick is recommended.
- Student talks are 12 minutes in length, with an additional 3 minutes for discussion.
- Contributed talks are 15 minutes in length, with an additional 5 minutes for discussion.
- Invited talks are 25 minutes, with an additional 5 minutes for discussion.
Poster Presentation Guidelines
Posters should be prepared in A0 portrait format; stands and pins will be provided.
About the Nanobrücken Conference
The 12th annual Nanobrücken nanomechanical conference will feature oral presentations from leading research groups as well as practical workshops/tutorials and a student/researcher poster competition. Conference programming is open to all aspects of nanomechanical and nanotribological testing, including biomechanical, in-situ experimentation, and theory/simulation.
- Advanced nanoindentation and associated techniques;
- Testing in extreme environments;
- In-situ testing in SEM/TEM;
- Nanomechanical and nanotribological testing theory/simulation; and
- Biomechanical testing.
|Day 1: Wednesday, June 8
||Day 2: Thursday, June 9
||Day 3: Friday, June 10
|TBD - Side Event / Live Demonstration
||09:00 - Bruker User Meeting
||09:00 - Talks
||10:30 - Coffee Break
||10:30 - Coffee Break
||11:00 - Welcome and Talks
||11:00 - Talks
|13:30 - Student Talks
||13:00 - Conference Lunch
||13:00 - Closing Remarks
|15:30 - Coffee Break
||14:30 - Talks
|16:00 - Student Talks
||16:00 - Coffee Break
|17:30 - Poster Session and Barbeque
||16:30 - Talks
|19:30 - Keynote Lecture
||19:00 - Conference Dinner
Keynote Speaker: Prof. Eduard Arzt
INM - Leibniz-Institut für Neue Materialien GmbH
Conference Committee Members
- Miroslav Cieslar, Charles University
- Barbora Křivská, Charles University
- Lucia Bajtošová, Charles University
- Jaroslav Lukeš, Bruker
- Ude Hangen, Bruker
Steering Committee Members
- Douglas Stauffer, Bruker
- Oden Warren, Bruker
Bruker Organizational Contacts
- Rhys Jones, Bruker
- Annette Niedballa, Bruker
Health and Safety at Nanobrücken
Your safe participation at Nanobrücken 2022 is our top priority. As we prepare for the in-person conference, Bruker, in partnership with Charles University, is complying with guidance from the Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic and relevant local authorities.