AFM Workshop at the University of Washington
Feb. 12- 14, 2018

Increase Your AFM Knowledge
This informative free workshop will include lectures and hands-on demonstrations for researchers who want to better understand how AFM can capture dynamic processes at the nanoscale. Topics for AFM in biology and material science will specifically cover video-rate AFM and nanoelectrical characterization. The workshop is ideal for those that have AFM experience, as well as those who would like to learn more about incorporating AFM into their research.

>Download the workshop flyer for the complete agenda 


Morning lectures will be followed by equipment demonstrations. Time will be set aside for attendees to bring their own sample. Update:  Demo slots have been filled. Please check on site for availability to run your sample. 


Dr. Nicholas Geisse, Chief Science Officer, NanoSurface Biomedical, Inc.
Keith Jones, Applications Scientist, Asylum Research
Dr. Raj Giridharagopal, Sr. Research Scientist, Ginger Lab, Univ. of Washington


Registration is free, however, seating is limited, so all attendees must register. Anyone that wishes to run a sample must indicate the sample they will bring and the techniques they want to see and preferred time. You will be contacted to schedule your demo.


University of Washington
Molecular Engineering and Sciences (MolES) Bldg.
Lectures:  MolES Room 391
Equipment demos:  MolES Room G44G 


Micah Glaz, Univ. of Washington

Mayur Savla, Asylum Research

Register Now!

Asylum's AFM Workshop and Open Lab is coming to Purdue Univ. May 8-10. See the first and only full-featured video-r…
12:22 AM - 12 Apr 18
View more of our tweets