This is a tentative program. The final program will be finalized closer to the conference.
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  • Day 1

    Wednesday, September 11

  • Day 2

    Thursday, September 12

  • Day 3

    Friday, September 13

  • Invited talk 1

    Organic Bioelectronic Interfaces investigated by Scanning Probe Microscopies - Tobias Cramer

    Invited talk 2

    Detailed Insights into the Function and Structure of Organic Semiconductors at the nanoscale - Esther Barrena


  • Organic Bioelectronic Interfaces investigated by Multimodal Scanning Probe Microscopies

  • Invited talk 3

    Interfaces in Perovskite Solar Cells - Rüdiger Berger

    Invited talk 4

    Characterizing photoelectric and ferroelectric properties of materials with scanning probe microscope - Akash Bhatnagar


  • Self-organization of complete organic monolayers via sequential post-deposition annealing - Cristiano Albonetti

    Microscopic determination of carrier density and mobility in working Organic Electrochemical Transistors - Federica Mariani


  • Invited talk 5

    Inspecting room-temperature magnetic anti-skyrmions in Mn1.4PtSn - Lukas Eng

    Invited talk 6

    Electrochemical measurements of single nanoparticles - Kim McKelvey

    Invited talk 7

    Non-contact AFM with Self-Optimizing and Pinpoint Scan Control for Quantitative Nano-Metrology - Sang-Joon Cho


  • Scanning electrochemical microscopy for functional imaging of cellular processes and photo-activated phenomena - Stefania Rapino

    Stretchable and Low-Impedance Electrode Polymer Coatings for Peripheral Nerves Recording - Francesco Decataldo


  • Invited talk 8

    A force microscope exploration of water, ions, proteins and cells - Ricardo Garcia

    Invited talk 9

    AFM Applications in biology and medicine. - Malgorzata Lekka

    Invited talk 10

    Metallo-DNA molecules as a tool for nanoscience and nanotechnology - Miguel A. Galindo


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2018 NanoScientific Forum

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Urs Peuker
TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany



Ludger Weisser
Park Systems Europe GMBH, Germany

From elasticity to capillarity in soft materials indentation


Michael Kappl
Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Germany

Atomic Force Microscopies to study Electronic Properties and Strain in Thin Films for Flexible Electronics


Tobias Cramer
University of Bologna, Italy

The growth of organic ultra-thin films on silicon oxides with variable vacancy states: a Scanning Force Microscopy approach


Cristiano Albonetti
CRN – ISMN, Italy

Investigation of twin boundaries in CdZnTe for X-ray
detector applications


Kevin-Peter Gradwohl
Montanuniversität Leoben, Austria

Probing Surface Nanobubbles with Combined
Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging and Atomic Force


Daniel Wesner
University of Siegen, Germany

Detection of Hydrophobic Interactions on Rough
Surfaces via Atomic Force Microscopy: from
Measurement to Modelling


Urs Peuker
TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany

Evaluation of CP-AFM Force-Distance Curves: Limitations,
Challenges and Possibilities


Paul Knüpfer
TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany

Chemical Sensitivity for Scanning Probe Microscopy


Lukas Eng
Technical University Dresden, Germany

The Latest Innovations in Atomic Force Microscopy and
Its Related Techniques


Sang-il Park
CEO, Park Systems, Korea

Cell Cytoskeleton: a Unconventional Target for Protons


Simonetta Croci
University of Parma, Italy

Atomic force microscopy to elucidate biological
processes using model membrane systems: from
signaling proteins to extracellular vesicles interactions


Fabio Perissinotto
Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste, Italy

Approaches for the Detection of Nanobubbles on
Technical Rough Surfaces via Atomic Force Microscopy
(AFM) and Contribution of AFM Results to Engineering Processes


Lisa Ditscherlein
TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany

“Controlling” Molecules on Surfaces: from DNA
Dynamics to 2D Materials- Getting Close with SPM


Steven de Feyter
KU Leuven, Belgium

Nanostructured Films: Templated and Patterned


Rigoberto Advincula
Case Western Reserv, US

Investigation of Nano-Bubbles on Langmuir-Layers


Edgar Schach
Helmholtz Institute Freiberg for Resource Technology, Germany