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Throughout the year, Bruker applications scientists and engineers travel around North America sharing their latest research and technical developments with Bruker atomic force microscopes, 3D optical microscopes, stylus profilers, nanomechanical test instruments, fluorescence microscopes, and tribology and mechanical testing equipment. The informal setting of these events is designed to foster rewarding interactions with colleagues and experts in the field.

We invite you to join us at a Bruker workshop near you -- please check back for future scheduling updates or contact us

We want to thank those who took the time to join one of our workshops. Close to 1000 people in North and South America joined us for technical talks and product demonstrations last year. We hope to see you soon as we come to a town near you with the latest innovations in AFM, 3D Optical Microscopy, Mechanical Testers, Nanomechanical Testing and Fluorescence Microscopes.


Atlanta, GA

October 31, 2019
Advances in AFM and nanoIR Technology: New Modes to Enable Research

  • Introduction to Bruker and its Application Solutions
  • Brief History of AFM Applications to Soft Materials
  • Probing the Time-Temperature Relationship of Mechanical Properties with AFM-based Dynamic Mechanical Analysis
  • Atomic Force Microscopy in the Rubber Industry: Micro-Scale Dispersion in Filled Rubber Compounds
  • Latest Advances in Nanoscale IR Spectroscopy and Imaging
  • Recent Bruker AFM Application Development in NanoElectrical Research
  • Instrument demonstration: Dimension Icon AFM
  • Lunch provided


For more details and to register, view the workshop web page.

     

Los Angeles, CA

November 12, 2019
Advances in AFM Mechanobiology, Nanomechanical, and Nanoelectrical Measurement Technology

  • Introduction of Bruker Nano and its Application Solutions
  • Probing he Time-temperature Relationship of Mechanical Properties with AFM-based Dynamic Mechanical Analysis
  • Advances in Nanoelectrical AFM: Characterizing Complex, Functional, and Energy Materials with DataCube Modes
  • Force-based AFM Scanning Modes (PFQNM, QI): Tools for Studying Mechanobiology at the Cellular and Molecular Level
  • Instrument demonstration: Dimension FastScan AFM, Dimension Icon AFM, and JPK NanoWizard BioAFM
  • Lab tours
  • Lunch provided

 
For more details and to register, view the workshop page.