AFM-IR Webinar, 21st October: Nanoscale IR Spectroscopy for Materials and Life Science
AFM-IR webinar about nanoscale IR spectroscopy for materials and life science, presented by Anasys Instruments on Tuesday 21st October at 8am PST (4pm GMT). Learn about revolutionary AFM-IR surface analysis technique and why it is being adopted as the new method of choice for nanoscale chemical identification and composition mapping. With sub-50nm spatial resolution, AFM-IR is an entirely new way of exploring materials across a diverse range of applications.
Bruker Anasys AFM-IR instruments
AFM-IR Chemical Identification Applications
- Polymers: Blends, composites, multi-layer films
- Life Science: Amyloid fibrils, bone, cells, bacteria, viruses
- Materials for energy: i.e. organic photovoltaics, biofuels, fuel cells
- Self-assembled monolayers and other thin films
- Materials physics: i.e. semiconductors (joint work with Intel), plasmonics
During the webinar presented by Anasys Instruments, a panel of experts will review key aspects of AFM-IR, with real life examples from the applications above.
Registration for the webinar has now closed.
Interested in AFM-IR? Don’t Miss our Workshop
After your introduction to AFM-IR with the webinar, find out more at our workshop at the University of Manchester School of Materials on Tuesday 4th November. A day of presentations and live demonstrations, with the exclusive opportunity to meet the inventor of the technique Dr Alex Dazzi. Have all your questions answered and bring your own samples to test during the live demonstrations! The event is free to attend and all are welcome – previous experience of AFM-IR is not necessary.