Suwon, South Korea, August 17, 2012
Members of the 3rd India-Korea Joint Workshop on Scientific Research visited Park Systems’ global headquarters for a tour of the facilities and demonstration of the latest atomic force microscope )AFM) solutions from Park.
During the tour, more than fifteen leading professors and researchers from India and Korea learned about Park's accurate AFM solutions. The visitors were shown Park’s technical advances in Crosstalk Elimination, True Non-Contact Mode (where the AFM probe operates in a zone of attractive atomic force but never touches the sample), the higher scanning speed of the Z-servo, XYZ scanner linearity, closed-loop detector noise and minimized thermal drift. Park scientists also provided hands-on demonstrations of the NX10, the world’s most accurate atomic force microscope, and XE-Bio, a powerful 3-in-1 nanoscience research tool with a unique combination of Ion Conductance Microscopy (ICM) and True Non-Contact Mode AFM.
About The India-Korea Joint Workshop
The India-Korea Joint Workshop receives ongoing support from the India Department of Science and Technology (DST) and the Korean Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MEST). Following the Memorandum of Understanding for science and technology collaboration between the two governments, the workshop will take place twice a year for five years.
- The 1st workshop was held in Seoul, Korea, May, 2011 with the theme “Environment and Energy Fields”
- The 2nd workshop was in Chennai, India, November, 2011 with the theme “Chemistry and Nano-materials.” This
workshop took place as a joint workshop with Nanoconclave.
- The 3rd workshop was held at Coex in Seoul, Korea on August 16-17, 2012 with the theme “NanoBio and Healthcare.”
This workshop took place concurrently as one of the satellite meetings of the NanoKorea 2012 Symposium.
About Park Systems
Park Systems is a world-leading manufacturer of atomic force microscopy with a complete range of products for lab research and industrial engineering in the biological sciences, materials research, semiconductor and digital storage industries. Park’s atomic force technology provides the highest data accuracy, superior productivity and the lowest operating cost. Please visit www.parkafm.com for more information.