Posts in Category Users Meeting

Meeting SPM Users Virtually

on 16.05.2020 at 06:32 by Romain Stomp
The 4th SPM User Meeting that was originally planned to occur in April in Lyon, was rescheduled to 2021 due to the Covid-19 situation. We therefore found inventive ways to stay connected with our community, in a virtual manner, while […]

SPM community brought together in Zurich

on 03.06.2019 at 10:16 by Romain Stomp
Zurich Instruments User Meeting
“Jamais 2 sans 3,” as the French say, where number three worked as a charm. For this 3rd SPM User Meeting, we were able to host the meeting in our home city and brought together more users than ever before […]

Formation sur les techniques KFM à Grenoble

on 29.11.2017 at 18:17 by Romain Stomp
Pour la seconde année consécutive, le réseau RéMiSoL (voir ci-dessous), avec le soutien du CEA LETI, de l’IEMN et de partenaires industriels (NanoAndMore, Zurich Instruments), a proposé une action nationale de formation (ANF) CNRS le 7 et 8 Novembre sur […]

SPM Users’ Meeting in Mainz

on 21.07.2017 at 15:08 by Romain Stomp
It was an honor and privilege to host our first SPM Users’ Meeting in Mainz this year, in the group of Prof. Angelika Kuehnle. This 2-day gathering was a time for intense knowledge sharing among Zurich Instruments’ Users with invited […]

Workshop on Nanomechanics – Montpellier, France

on 09.12.2016 at 11:24 by Romain Stomp
This workshop organized with CNRS customers in Montpellier among the RéMiSoL network (Réseau des Microscopies à Sondes Locales) focused on all aspects of contact mechanics at the nanoscale and in particular using resonant contact AFM mode (CR-AFM). Contact Resonance tracking measures the […]

DFRT-PFM workshop – INL Lyon

on 27.11.2014 at 16:54 by Romain Stomp
Earlier in November 2014, Zurich Instruments participated in a 2-day workshop on Piezoresponse Force Microscopy (PFM) organized by the Institut des Nanotechnologies de Lyon (INL) and the CNRS network RéMiSoL (Réseau des Microscopies à Sondes Locales). Starting with some theoretical introduction […]