September 6-8 | TU Wien | Vienna, Austria

EFNS 2022:  5th European Forum on Nanoscale IR Spectroscopy

Bruker's interactive forum on IR nanoscale chemical and physical characterization of polymers, life sciences, 2D materials, and micro-electronics.

EFNS 2022: 5th European Forum on Nanoscale IR Spectroscopy

September 6-8 | TU Wien | Vienna, Austria

Bruker and TU Wien are pleased to announce that EFNS 2022 will take place September 6-8 in the beautiful city of Vienna. EFNS connects leading scientists in the field of nanoscale infrared spectroscopy and imaging. This interactive forum benefits everyone interested in the IR nanoscale chemical and physical characterization of polymers, life sciences, 2D materials, and micro-electronics. The program is designed to facilitate information sharing so that it is valuable for experts and novices alike. It includes oral presentations, poster competitions, system demonstrations at a workshop on September 8th and the possibility to talk to Bruker experts in person.

Attendees can expect to discover new technology developments and exciting application discoveries made using photothermal-based nanoIR and scattering SNOM spectroscopy and imaging.


Call for abstract submission and registration now open:
Abstract submission deadline is June 30.

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.
  • 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.


Don´t miss this opportunity to:

  • Discover new trends and developments in nanoscale IR spectroscopy
  • Scientific presentations held by internationally leading scientists
  • Student talks and poster sessions
  • Bruker´s nanoIR workshop on September 8th (separate registration required): Demonstrating the latest technological Bruker developments
  • Extensive networking opportunities with other scientists and social events


Hotel Information

Bruker has reserved a room allotment at the Motel One Vienna-Staatsoper. The hotel is located in the city center and only a 5-minute walk to the conference venue. To book your stay at Motel One Vienna-Staatsoper click here.

If you would like to book a different hotel for your stay, you can find a variety of hotels here.

Abstract submission deadline is June 30. If the registration and abstract submission forms are not displaying correctly, please disable your ad blocker.
Download Abstract Template

Registration Fees:
The registration fees will be

  • Attendee: 95€ + VAT (for the two-day EFNS meeting and the nanoIR workshop)

Conference Host:
Prof. Dr. Bernhard Lendl and
Dr. Georg Ramer
Institute of Chemical Technologies and Analytics, TU Wien, Vienna, Austria


Conference Venue:
TU Wien, Campus Getreidemarkt
Getreidemarkt 9, 1060 Wien, Austria | Map

Contact Us:
If you have questions about EFNS 2022, please contact us. Follow @BrukerNano on Twitter for #EFNSnano information and updates.


Day 1: Tuesday, September 6 Day 2: Wednesday, September 7 Day 3 | nanoIR Workshop: Thursday, September 8
09:30 - Welcome & Introduction 09:30 - Talks 09:30 - System demonstrations
09:45 - Talks    
10:45 - Coffee Break 10:45 - Coffee Break  
11:00 - Talks 11:00 - Talks  
12:00 - Lunch 12:00 - Lunch 12:00 - Lunch
13:00 - Talks 13:00 - Talks 13:00 - System demonstrations
  14:00 - Coffee Break  
14:30 - Poster Session 14:15 - Talks  14:30 - End of the workshop
16:00 - Talks 16:00 - Closing  
  16:30 Social Event  
18:00 - End day 1    
19:00 - Conference Dinner    

Health and Safety at EFNS

Your safe participation at EFNS 2022 is our top priority. As we prepare for the in-person conference, Bruker, in partnership with TU Wien, is complying with guidance from the Federal Ministry, Republic of Austria and relevant local authorities.