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SPM School

It is with the greatest pleasure that we announce the NanoInnovation School on Scanning Probe Microscopy (SPM), which will be held as a satellite event of NanoInnovation 2020. After the success of the school on electron microscopy during the past edition of NanoInnovation, the topic of the this year school will be focused on the most recent SPM techniques, including atomic force microscopy (AFM), scanning tunneling microscopy (STM), scanning near field optical microscopy (SNOM) and other scanning probe methods, for advanced functional characterization (electric, magnetic, mechanical, chemical…) of materials at the nanometer scale.

The NanoInnovation 2020 SPM School is mainly intended for  graduate and PhD students as well as young scientists interested in deepening their knowledge about advanced SPM methods, but it is also open to all researchers and scientists who are involved in the different fields characterizations methods for nanotechnology and nanosciences.

As for all the NanoInnovation events, the attendance to the NanoInnovation 2020 SPM School is free and the interested attendees are requested to register using the NanoInnovation website selecting the option “SPM School” in the online form. 


THE PRELIMINARY LIST OF TOPICS AND SPEAKERS
Passeri Daniele 2020

Chair:
Daniele
PASSERI (University of Rome Sapienza)

INVITED SPEAKERS AND TOPICS

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Gunjan AGARWAL
Application of MFM for bio-nanotechnology

 
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Cristiano ALBONETTI
Title in definition

 
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Agustina ASENJO
Characterization of nanomagnets by Advanced Magnetic Force Microcopy

 
BALDASSARRI Leonetta

Leonetta BALDASSARRE

Title in definition
 
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Fabrizio BOBBA
Scanning tunneling microscopy (title in definition)

 
CELANO Umberto Umberto CELANO
SCM and SSRM application in Nanoelectronics (carrier profiling)
C-AFM for high-k and 2D materials
3D tomographic AFM using Scalpel SPM
 
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Ricardo GARCIA

Multimodal AFM (title in definition) 

 
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Samuel JARVIS

Atomically Precise Molecular Design:  Insights From Sub-molecular Resolution Scanning Probe Microscopy 

 
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Oleg KOLOSOV

Exploration of nanoscale thermal transport and thermoelectric phenomena in 2D materials via scanning probes

Nanoscale 3D imaging of physical properties of materials

 
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Francesco MARINELLO

Data analysis in SPM (title in definition)

 
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Bernard NYSTEN

MFM and PFM characterisation of ferromagnetic, ferroelectric and multiferroic nanostructures

 
 
ORGANIZERS

 

AIRI

 

Associazione NanoItaly 300

 

SCIENTIFIC PATRONAGES

IMASS

SCI

 

INSTITUTIONAL PATRONAGES

 

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Dr. Cristina Gippa
+ 39 339 771 4107
+ 39 388 1785318
cristina.gippa@nanoinnovation.eu
Faculty of Civil and Industrial Engineering
Sapienza University of Rome
Via Eudossiana, 18 -  00184 Rome (Italy)

41.893341, 12.492821