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MRS Symposium V V: Novel Development and Applications of Scanning Probe Microscopy

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Stephen Minne Posted: Thu, May 13 2010 1:38 PM

See the attached PDF for the 2010 MRS Call For Papers for Symposium VV: Novel Development and Applications of Scanning Probe Microscopy.

Session Description:


Scanning Probe Microscopy (SPM) has become a ubiquitous tool for academic, industrial, and national laboratories worldwide, with applications in nanotechnology, semiconductors, storage media, polymers, biological sciences, aerospace, etc. While the field has matured substantially over the past several decades in terms of capabilities, resolution, stability, availability, ease of use, and especially SPM variations, there are also significant ongoing efforts to develop and apply further improvements, including speed, additional operational modes, functional probes, combinations with other analytical tools, etc. Therefore, the sessions will be aimed at researchers involved with SPM technique development, and/or those who are uniquely applying SPM to solve materials challenges in design, selection, and processing. Materials studied will include semiconductors, metals, polymers, biological systems, and molecular assemblies. To promote collaboration and creativity, one session will include a panel discussion about next-generation SPM needs featuring academic and industrial leaders in the field.


Hope to see you there.

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