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    Please Help

    I am currently looking for Matlab based Batch processing for ".jpk" image files. I need to convert them to ascii files. I tried doing it with Gwyddion but i didnt succeed. Please help...

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    POSTED BY sgbalakrishna ON August 5th, 2013
  • Thin film with gold and glycerol

    Thin film with gold and glycerol

    I'm trying to create a ~2-3 nm thick film with glycerol and gold nanoparticles(30 nm in dia.). The gold particles are in suspension in DI water.  I've tried a 5% solution (diluted glycerol) and the DI and gold using a dip coating process with withdraw speed (0.75 mm/min). The film thickness...

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    POSTED BY dave11420 ON November 22nd, 2011
  • Materiomics: Merging Biology and Engineering in Multiscale Structures and Materials

    Materiomics: Merging Biology and Engineering in Multiscale Structures and Materials

    Dear Colleagues: On behalf of the NSF Summer Institute on Nanomechanics, Nanomaterials, andMicro/Nanomanufacturing, I am pleased to announce a new short course entitled “Materiomics: Merging Biology and Engineering in Multiscale Structures and Materials,” to be offered from May 30 to June 1, 2012 in LeMeridien Cambridge-MIT Hotel, Cambridge, MA.  This course...

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    POSTED BY ywchung ON October 28th, 2011

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  • Multifrequency Tutorial Oct. 15, Madrid Spain POSTED BY tmehr ON September 18th, 2012

    Multifrequency Tutorial Oct. 15, Madrid Spain

    The need for higher compositional resolution and sensitivity has led to exploration of imaging with higher harmonics and/or flexural or torsional cantilever modes.  More recently, the AFM is experiencing the evolution from single to multifrequency excitation and detection schemes. The Multifrequency AFM Tutorial will be held October 15, 9:00am-1:00pm,  in...

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  • “Michigan Nano Computational Cluster” (MNC2) POSTED BY paramesh ON August 22nd, 2012

    “Michigan Nano Computational Cluster” (MNC2)

    The “Michigan Nano Computational Cluster” (MNC2) consists of 14 nodes. Each compute node contains a hexa-core Intel Xeon X5660 processor running at 2.66 GHz, 24 GB of memory. MNC2 contains 168 processing cores linked with Gigabit ethernet, 12 TB of disk space. MNC2 currently hosts simulation tools for micro/nanoscale systems including codes for first principles...

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  • Postdoctoral opportunities at CNST/NIST POSTED BY Rachel Cannara ON August 15th, 2012

    Postdoctoral opportunities at CNST/NIST

    The Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology (CNST) at NIST anticipates opportunities to conduct postdoctoral research in nanotribology starting in 2012. Ideal candidates should have expertise in atomic force microscopy or a related technique. Further experience with Raman spectroscopy is a plus. Projects will focus on nanoscale friction measurements, with...

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  • Tutorial on AFM of Polymer Materials, Sunday, Aug. 19th in Philadelphia (Sheraton) POSTED BY dgyablon ON August 13th, 2012

    Tutorial on AFM of Polymer Materials, Sunday, Aug. 19th in Philadelphia (Sheraton)

    A tutorial will be offered on Sunday morning, August 19th on AFM of Polymer Materials, directly preceeding the symposium of “Advances in Methods and Applications of SPM to Polymer Materials.” during the American Chemical Society Meeting. This tutorial is aimed at non-specialists to provide a background in AFM specifically for imaging...

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  • AFM Webinar – “AFM based wideband nanomechanical spectroscopy”, July 19th POSTED BY rshetty ON July 16th, 2012

    AFM Webinar – “AFM based wideband nanomechanical spectroscopy”, July 19th

    Anasys Instruments will be holding a webinar on Thursday, July 19, 2012 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT. The webinar will cover a wide range of subjects including: • Introduction to Contact Resonance (CR) by Dr. Donna Hurley of NIST, Boulder • New Technique of Lorentz Force Contact Resonance (LF-CR) based on thermal AFM probes • Wideband...

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  • Call for Abstracts 4th Multifrequency AFM Conference-Deadline July 1 POSTED BY nushaw ON June 27th, 2012

    Call for Abstracts 4th Multifrequency AFM Conference-Deadline July 1

    Oct. 15-17, 2012 Madrid, Spain Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) has become one of the pillars that sustains the advance in nanoscience and nanotechnology. In recent years, AFM has experienced a boom in its applications range, however, the technique(s) associated with AFM still face numerous challenges to bring together...

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