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Beyond Imaging Workshop on Atomic Force Microscopy

2017-WS Halle

Beyond Imaging

Workshop on Atomic Force Microscopy

17 October, 2017 
Centre for Innovation Competence ZIK SiLi-nano®, Halle /Germany

Hosted by Dr. Akash Bhatnagar, ZIK SiLi-nano®, Light for high-voltage photovoltaics group

With the special acknowledgment for the Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF) for the funding of the AFM equipment and Frauenhofer CSP for organizational assistance.

As the demand in characterizing small structures on a nanometer level continuously grows, AFM technology is constantly updated with innovative features and increasing performance.

In this workshop, we will cover the application of AFM technology in the field of silicon photonics and photovoltaics. The workshop includes:

  • Scientific talks on the advances in AFM research field
    Presented by Dr. Akash Bhatnagar, ZIK SiLinano
  • Technical presentation on the latest development in AFM technology
    Presented by Dr. Sang-Il Park, CEO Park Systems
  • Live AFM Demo on NX10 Park AFM

The entire event is open to all interested parties and includes refreshments and lunch (upon registration).

Event location and host:

Fraunhofer CSP 
Otto-Eißfeldt-Str. 12 
06120 Halle (Saale) 
Seminarraum (1st floor) 
Start: 10.00 am

We are very excited to welcome you on 17 October in Halle and share with you our AFM experience and challenges!


About ZIK SiLi-nano®

The Centre for Innovation Competence SiLi-nano® is a research center dedicated to uncovering the interplay of silicon-photonics and photovoltaics. As partners, three institutes from Halle in Germany are involved: The Martin Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg, the Fraunhofer Institute for the Mechanics of Materials, the Fraunhofer Center for Silicon Photovoltaics, and the Max Planck Institute of Microstructure Physics. Together, these institutes tackle joint research activities on applications for silicon in combination with light. One of their aims is to increase the efficiency of solar cells by employing specially designed coatings. Another area of interest is silicon based micro light sources which could enhance data transfer in microelectronics.

•  Learn more about ZIK SiLi-nano®: http://www.sili-nano.de

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