This event hosted by Korean Society of Microscopy, organized by SPM Research Society and supported by Park Systems Corp., Korea NanoTechnology Research Society and Korea Advanced Nano Fab Center, focused on introducing and sharing various AFM application technologies with experts in Korea’s nanotechnology and AFM fields. We’re looking forward to sharing information on the latest trends in AFM application technology and increasing exchanges between AFM researchers at the NanoScientific Symposium Korea.
Origin of Electromechanical Response in Atomic Force Microscopy
Prof. Yunseok Kim
Advanced Materials Science and Engineering, Sungkyunkwan Univ.
Scanning probe microscopy studies in oxide thin films: from ferroelectricity to flexoelectricity
Prof. Sang Mo Yang
Department of Nano Physics, Sookmyung Women’s Univ.
Visualization of Polarization and Charges Using Atomic Force Microscopy
Prof. Seungbum Hong
Material Science and Engineering, KAIST
Disease diagnosis and bio-analysis technology using AFM
Prof. Daesung Yoon
Biomedical Engineering, Korea Univ.
Surface characterization of two-dimensional atomic crystals
Prof. Young-Jun Yu
Physics, Chungnam National Univ.
Prof. Koo-Hyun Chung
Mechanical Engineering, Univ. of Ulsan
Nanomechanical analysis using Atomic Force Microscope
Ph.D Jongbae Park
Korea Basic Science Institute
Prospect of AFM technology and development strategy through researcher network
Dr. SangJoon Cho
Park Systems Corp.
Vice President & Director R&D App Tech Center