This informative, free workshop is an excellent chance to learn about the latest advancements in AFM. Asylum Research will discuss blueDrive photothermal excitation that makes tapping mode imaging in fluid remarkably simple, stable and quantitative. You’ll also have the opportunity to see how easy it is to image at video-rate speeds of up to 625 line per second with the Cypher VRS for materials and bioscience. The Open Lab is an excellent opportunity to meet with Asylum scientists to learn tips and tricks, or to get help with imaging.
Registration is free, but all attendees must register due to limited seating. If you wish to bring a sample to the Open Lab, describe the details when you register. Limited spots are on a first-come, first-served basis. You will be contacted to confirm your time.
Register at: afm.oxinst.com/NotreDameWorkshop
Lectures: Fitzpatrick 258
Open Lab: Stepan Chemistry Hall 146
AFM Workshop and Open Lab Flyer