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5 August 2015

Oxford Instruments schedules fourth Indian nanotech seminar for November at IIT Madras

On 3-4 November, UK-based Oxford Instruments is holding the fourth in its series of nanotechnology seminars in India, showcasing nanotechnology tools and their use in multiple fields.

The two-day seminar 'Bringing the Nanoworld Together 2015' at the Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IIT-M), Chennai, will consist of more than 24 talks from Indian and international expert speakers as well as Oxford Instruments scientists, and will also include technical poster sessions.

The keynote speaker is professor Rudolf Gross of the Walther-Meissner-Institute at the Technical University of Munich, Germany, who conducts research in low-temperature solid-state physics. The main focus of his research is innovative superconducting and magnetic materials and nanosystems, the application of solid nanostructures in quantum information processing, spin electronics, and modern manufacturing methods for oxidized heterostructures. Gross is a board member of the Excellence Cluster Nanosystems Initiative Munich (NIM) and is a spokesman for the Collaborative Research Center on Solid State Quantum Information Processing.

The first day comprises plenary talks with the theme 'Convergence of the Nanosciences' followed by a choice of parallel sessions on day two: 

  • Session A: 'Thin Film Processing and NanoAnalysis sessions' - Fabrication of wide-bandgap semiconductors and the latest advances in sensor fabrication, followed by sessions on nano-analysis technology and applications.
  • Session B: 'Materials Characterization, Surface Science and Cryogenic Environments' - Topics including cryo-free low-temperature solutions, atomic force microscopy (AFM), nanomechanics and in-situ heating. Andor Technology will also showcase high-performance optical cameras and software used in the physical and bio sciences.

"We dedicate these educational seminars to our customers to enhance their knowledge and keep them informed of the latest technological advances their systems have to offer," says Oxford Instruments' group business development director Charles Holroyd. "We aim to provide ample opportunities for networking, debate and discussion around the ever progressing nanotechnology world."

This seminar is free to attend but prior booking is essential, as previous seminars have seen over 300 registrations.

See related items:

Oxford Instruments launches third annual Indian nanotech seminars

Oxford Instruments completes second series of nanotech seminars in India

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