Research will sponsor a free atomic force microscopy (AFM) Workshop on February
12 and 13, 2009 in the Pettit Building/Microelectronics Research Center (MiRC)
on the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) campus.
The Workshop will include three keynote talks by Georgia Tech researchers on
Nanogenerators (Dr. Jinhui Song), on Heterogeneous Lipoprotein Assembly and
Structure (Dr. Todd Shulchek), and on Microgels on Surfaces (Dr. Toni South).
Asylum Research scientists Dr. Nick Geisse and Keith Jones will speak on AFM
instrument technology and combined AFM and Optical Imaging.
The first day of the workshop will include the talks described above, as well
as an afternoon AFM demonstration session on the MFP-3D-BIO™ AFM. The
second day of the workshop will continue with in-depth AFM applications demonstrations.
Lunch will be provided on the 12th. The Workshop is open to all researchers
and students; seating is limited and all attendees must pre-register. Full details
on the workshop, as well as online registration information, can be found at