WEBINARS

  • May/2021 12/05/2021 | 15:00 Webinar - Exploring sub-Kelvin measurements with kiutra’s cryogen-free continuous ADR cryostats jpgFor the past few decades, dilution refrigerators and He3 cryostats have been the mainstay in achieving sub-Kelvin temperatures. Although these devices offer excellent performance at milli-Kelvin temperatures, they are often large and complex systems which require intensive maintenance efforts and experienced operator personnel.

    Kiutra’s goal was to create an improved sub-Kelvin experience by providing turn-key cryostats that did not use He3. These cryostats are based on a completely cryogen-free magnetic refrigeration technique allowing the creation of compact and user-friendly cryostats that provide continuous operation from milli-Kelvin to room temperature.

    Furthermore, kiutra’s innovative puck-based sample exchange mechanism allows for fast sample preparation and loading, as well as exceptionally short sample cooldown times. These features help to accelerate material characterization and the development and testing of quantum hardware.

    In this webinar we would like to introduce Adiabatic Demagnetization Refrigeration (ADR) and continuous ADR (cADR) and explain their implementation in kiutra’s cryostats.


    In addition to a brief overview of our cryostat products, we will demonstrate how to operate our L-Type Rapid cryostat, and also how to carry out a low-temperature transport measurement using this rapid testing system. 
    Website: https://bit.ly/3h1mL5M
  • May/2021 19/05/2021 | 22:30 Webinar - Contactless and Non-Destructive Stress Analysis with Thermography A Glimpse Into the Online Event
     
    Theoretical background – mechanical force, stress and temperature
    Methods for analysis
    Examples from practice with application samples – elastic periodical load test and fatigue test
    Short overview about InfraTec products
    Special topic by our guest speaker Vincent Le Saux
    Lecture: “Some illustrations of the contribution of quantitative infrared thermography in mechanical engineering: application to cyclic loading”
     
    Speakers
     
    Sven-A. Wode, PhD
    Manager Business Development International
    InfraTec GmbH Infrarotsensorik und Messtechnik

    Prof. Vincent Le Saux
    Professor in Mechanics
    ENSTA Bretagne / École Nationale Supérieure de Techniques Avancées Bretagne

    You will receive the access data and information on the technical requirements after your registration for the live event.
    Website: https://bit.ly/3vFH4Km
  • Nov/2021 08/11/2021 - 12/11/2021 | 08:00 Webinar - XX Medical Physics Week - Ribeirão Preto (SFM 2021) The Medical Physics Week is a traditional event of the Medical Physics course offered by the University of São Paulo (USP) of the Ribeirão Preto campus and has been held since 2002.

    This event is divided into expository lectures, mini courses, round tables and work presentations.

    The event in question always took its face-to-face format at the teaching unit in the Physics Department. However, due to the delicate moment of pandemic caused by the
    virus from COVID-19, this year it will be carried out online through the digital channels of transmissions, such as the official page of the event on Facebook and its own channel on Youtube.



Past Events


  • May/2021 12/05/2021 | 15:00 Webinar - Exploring sub-Kelvin measurements with kiutra’s cryogen-free continuous ADR cryostats jpgFor the past few decades, dilution refrigerators and He3 cryostats have been the mainstay in achieving sub-Kelvin temperatures. Although these devices offer excellent performance at milli-Kelvin temperatures, they are often large and complex systems which require intensive maintenance efforts and experienced operator personnel.

    Kiutra’s goal was to create an improved sub-Kelvin experience by providing turn-key cryostats that did not use He3. These cryostats are based on a completely cryogen-free magnetic refrigeration technique allowing the creation of compact and user-friendly cryostats that provide continuous operation from milli-Kelvin to room temperature.

    Furthermore, kiutra’s innovative puck-based sample exchange mechanism allows for fast sample preparation and loading, as well as exceptionally short sample cooldown times. These features help to accelerate material characterization and the development and testing of quantum hardware.

    In this webinar we would like to introduce Adiabatic Demagnetization Refrigeration (ADR) and continuous ADR (cADR) and explain their implementation in kiutra’s cryostats.


    In addition to a brief overview of our cryostat products, we will demonstrate how to operate our L-Type Rapid cryostat, and also how to carry out a low-temperature transport measurement using this rapid testing system. 
    Informações: https://bit.ly/3h1mL5M
  • Apr/2021 28/04/2021 | 10:00 Webinar - Solving structural biology challenges with the home-lab capabilities at the Centre of Molecular Structure
    The Centre of Molecular Structure (CMS) provides services and access to state-of-art instruments, which cover a wide range of techniques required by not only structural biologists. CMS operates as part of the Czech Infrastructure for Integrative Structural Biology (CIISB), and European infrastructures Instruct-ERIC and MOSBRI. CMS is organized in 5 core facilities: CF Protein Production , CF Biophysics, CF Crystallization of proteins and nucleic acids, CF Diffraction techniques, and CF Structural Mass Spectrometry.
    CF Diffraction techniques employs two laboratory X-ray instruments equipped with high flux MetalJet X-ray sources: a single crystal diffractometer D8 Venture (Bruker) and a small angle X-ray scattering instrument SAXSpoint 2.0 (Anton Paar). The configurations of both instruments represent top tier of possibilities of laboratory instrumentation. Apart from standard applications, the instruments are also extended for advanced experiments such as in-situ crystall diffraction, crystal dehydration, in-situ UV-Vis spectroscopy or SEC-SAXS. The setups enable easy access and fast turn-around of samples under different conditions, but also collection of high quality end-state data without further need for synchrotron data collection in many cases. CF Diffraction provides services in synergy with the other Cfs on-site, therefore scientific questions can be quickly answered as they emerge from the experiments.
    Dr Cyril Barinka will talk about structure-assisted design of inhibitors of prostate-specific membrane antigen (PSMA).

    Speaker: Jan Dohnálek, Ph.D. guarantor and head of CMS.
    Jan has spent most of his career in structure-function studies of enzymes, receptors and protein-protein complexes. He received his PhD in Applied physics from the Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering, the Czech Technical University in Prague, after which he moved to prof. Keith Wilson’s lab in York, UK for a postdoc. Back in Prague, he became the head of group at the Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry of the Czech Academy of Sciences in 2010. He designed the Centre of Molecular Structure within project BIOCEV, and he was heavily involved in bringing the Czech Republic as a member country into the European infrastructure for structural biology Instruct-ERIC. Currently, Jan is the head of the Laboratory of Structure and Function of Biomolecules at the Institute of Biotechnology, the head and guarantor of the Centre of Molecular Structure and the chairman of the Czech Society for Structural Biology, among other activities.

    Speaker: Jan Stránský, Ph.D. head of CF Diffraction techniques at CMS
    Jan has spent his scientific carrier also in the structural biology community. He got his PhD in Applied physics from the Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical engineering, the Czech Technical University, while working in Jan Dohnalek’s group. After a short period at the Diamond Light Source beamline I23, he came back to the Institute of Biotechnology, where he became part of CMS. His focus shifted from crystallography towards SAXS, but he still provides the expertize of both methods to users.

    Speaker: Dr Cyril Barinka, Institute of Biotechnology, Laboratory of Structural Biology.
    Cyril graduated in biochemistry at Charles University, Prague, and did his PhD at the Institute of Organic chemistry & Biochemistry, Prague, in Jan Konvalinka lab. He spent five years at the National Cancer Institute at Frederick, MD, USA in the Jacek Lubkowski lab, focusing on protein crystallography. In 2010, he came back to Prague, the Czech Republic, where he established the Laboratory of Structural Biology at the Institute of Biotechnology. His research is focused on structure-function relationship of several zinc-dependent hydrolases, including histone deacetylases (HDACs) and glutamate carboxypeptidase II (GCPII). The objective of his work is to understand the role of these enzyme in (patho)physiology with the focus on basic biochemical and structural studies.

    The webinar is 40 minutes, followed by a 5 minute Q & A.
    Informações: https://bit.ly/3nJnA4L
  • Apr/2021 21/04/2021 | 12:00 Webinar - Water dynamics in polysaccharide based hydrogel microparticles Abstract

    Polysaccharides are sugar derivative biopolymers found in natural sources like microorganisms, seaweeds, plants and animals. Mesoporous hydrogels prepared by the cross-linking of polysaccharides both utilize from biocompatibility and hydrophilicity of polysaccharides, at the same time show mechanical stiffness and can absorb water much larger than their dry mass. These unique features, when combined with their size advantageous and enhanced surface-to-volume ratio make polysaccharide based hydrogel microparticulate systems very promising materials for sustained drug delivery, tissue engineering and food applications. Field Cycling NMR relaxometry, being a technique sensitive to confinement effects can be used to investigate the dynamics of water confined on the surface and inside the pores of such hydrogel microparticles. In this presentation, on the basis of FFC NMR relaxometry results complemented with NMR diffusometry measurements the topic will be discussed for several examples of polysaccharide based microgels.
    Informações: https://bit.ly/3afzca7
  • Apr/2021 20/04/2021 | 21:00 Webinar - Thermography Compact – Enter the World of Infrared Technology We can announce the guest speaker Professor Dr. Schacht from the Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus – Senftenberg, who will provide an insight into non-destructive testing on electronic components using IR thermography.

    Details and current information about the online event can be found on  website bellow at any time.
    Informações: https://bit.ly/3ue2cqI
  • Apr/2021 14/04/2021 | 10:00 Webinar: How 3D virtual histology based on µCT helps to understand Covid-19 Severe progression of Covid-19 is frequently accompanied by lethal respiratory failure. The underlying lung injury can already be detected by radiographic chest imaging and clinical computed tomography (CT). However, in order to study disease mechanisms at the cellular level, a much higher resolution is required. For this purpose, phase-contrast X-ray CT has been used such that three-dimensional imaging tasks can be performed non-destructively on lung autopsies or biopsies. The team at the University of Göttingen has implemented this both with synchrotron radiation and at their in-house MetalJet source to investigate tissue samples from Covid-19 patients, as well as healthy control samples. In this talk, Professor Salditt will present the status of the project, the pathological relevance, and the technical challenges concerning data acquisition, reconstruction and analysis. He will finish with an outlook on how 3D virtual histology and patho-histology can be further developed and be applied to biomedical research, with an emphasis on compact laboratory instrumentation.

    The webinar is 40 minutes, followed by a 5 minute Q&A.

    Speaker: Prof. Dr. Tim Salditt, Professor of Experimental Physics, head of research group Structure of Biomolecular Assemblies and X-ray Physics, Institute of X-ray physics, University of Göttingen
    Informações: https://bit.ly/337VgPJ
  • Apr/2021 01/04/2021 | 12:00 Webinar - A New Concept in Semiconductor Material/Device Characterization that Combines the Benefits of Both DC and AC Sourcing and Measuring Traditionally, material/device characterization applications have required a combination of specialized DC and AC instruments – often resulting in complicated setups that also require highly skilled operators to integrate and operate equipment of mixed brands, computer interfaces, and types. Such setups often employ long cables between instruments and the sample, and as channel counts increase, so do the challenges of minimizing system noise and ensuring channel-to-channel timing and reference frequency synchronization. 

    This webinar will explore a new approach: the use of a highly synchronized, AC + DC sourcing and measurement system that utilizes remote analog modules for optimum sensitivity and noise rejection to accurately characterize samples. The instrument architecture for directing low-level measurements from DC to 100 kHz ensures inherently synchronized data from 1 to 3 measurement channels which can be coordinated with up to 3 source channels or an external reference signal. In this way, this novel platform is highly adaptable for a range of R&D applications, including photosensor development, novel photovoltaic material characterization, and low-noise transistor measurements. 

    Attend this webinar to learn how the architecture: Eliminates the need for mixed instrument setups by combining the capabilities of DC picoammeters, voltmeters, and AC lock-in amplifiers
    Minimizes the length of signal cables, which in turn minimizes cabling parasitics (leakage, noise, resistance, and reactance)
    Uses a unique real-time sampling technology to ensure synchronous sourcing and measuring across multiple channels
    Uses a single and simple touchscreen user interface that allows for easier setup and reconfiguration of a material/device characterization application.

    SPEAKERS
    David Daughton, PhD
    Applications Scientist
    Lake Shore Cryotronics

    Houston Fortney
    Development Engineer
    Lake Shore Cryotronics
    Informações: https://t.ly/T9qM
  • Mar/2021 31/03/2021 | 12:00 Webinar - Effects of heat treatments on milk and derived dairy products. NMR relaxometry perspectives NMR relaxometry applications on dairy products are presented, with particular reference to the effect of heat treatment on milk and derived products.

    How NMR relaxometry parameters are sensitive to heat-driven modifications of the molecular features in milk, curds and cheeses components (protein unfolding, aggregation, casein-whey protein complexes, dimer-monomer in b-lactoglobulin, mineral equilibrium, syneresis) is discussed and the exploitation of this technique in the dairy industry is forecasted.

    In light of feasible applications to quality control practices and safeguard actions for typical dairy productions, some examples of performed studies are presented to highlight the potentiality the NMR relaxometry in detecting the application of heat treatment to milk.

    Roberto Anedda and Elena Curti
    Informações: https://bit.ly/2NOUJyl
  • Mar/2021 10/03/2021 | 12:00 Webinar - NMR relaxation in partially saturated pores: applications to cement materials, carbon xerogels and silica colloidal crystals Nuclear magnetic resonance relaxation studies of liquids confined inside porous materials mostly refer to saturated pores. However, in many practical circumstances the pores are only partially saturated with liquids and this dramatically influences the NMR relaxation data. For describing the effective relaxation rate, under partially saturated conditions, a two-phase exchange model was developed. In this model it was assumed that the molecules located on the internal surface of the pores only partially participate in the exchange process, and their participation depends on liquid distribution inside pores. Thus, the model allows extracting of information about liquid morphology inside porous systems and reveals a correlation between liquid morphology and the surface affinity. The model was applied to study liquid morphology inside cement paste pores, carbon xerogels and silica colloidal crystals.

    Prof. Ioan Ardelean, Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania
    Informações: https://bit.ly/3kUK41e
  • Mar/2021 03/03/2021 | 15:00 Webinar - Thermography Solutions for Power Electronics by InfraTec Power electronics is a key enabler for the future renewable energy based grid and plays an important role for improving the efficiency of power devices. E-mobility, industrial pumps and transportation systems benefit from the latest technologies of this research direction. They ask for faster active components, high power densities of miniaturized systems as well as absolute reliability. As a result, temperature is a critical parameter for all power systems and even more for power electronics with new materials like WBG semiconductors. To ensure system performance and quality, the testing of electronic components in the design and production phase is crucial. (check out examples of thermography in electronics testing - http://bit.ly/37fp2Va)

    In the upcoming online event, we would like to introduce you to thermography solutions for power electronics. They allow non-contact, precise and high frame rate temperature measurement. InfraTec offers a variety of solutions that support your specific needs.

    In addition, we can announce a guest speaker from the Christian-Albrechts, University Kiel, EE&IT,  who will provide an insight into power electronics reliability and the necessity of high frequency temperature measurements.
    Informações: http://bit.ly/3jS3CTt
  • Feb/2021 24/02/2021 | 15:00 Webinar - Tools for Quantum Education
    Quantum Education Kits

    In this webinar, qutools will give an introduction to their Entanglement Demonstrator (quED) and available add-ons for the instrument. The quED is designed for educational purposes, fits on any lab desk, and can be set up in minutes. The easy-to-use system helps to explain the complex phenomena of quantum mechanics through the demonstration of several different quantum experiments. During this webinar, you will also get a brief overview of the quNV (quantum sensing) and the Quantenkoffer (their versatile quantum science kit) which complete qutools' educational portfolio.

    Qutools GmbH provides tools for quantum research and educational outreach. Founded in 2005, qutools' aim is to enable the better understanding of quantum physics on one hand and to advance technology through this understanding on the other hand. That is why qutools focuses on innovation while addressing the needs in the lab, making it possible to concentrate on the didactics, not on the measurement tools.

    Nico Klein, Development Engineer, qutools

    Nico Klein, who studied Physics at the Ludwid-Maximilian University in Munich, Germany, focuses on developing tangible and easy-to-use products for both teachers and students.
     
    Informações: https://bit.ly/3dE4Ikl
  • Feb/2021 24/02/2021 | 12:00 Webinar - NMR relaxometry in complex systems and multidimensional model fitting Prof. Pedro Jose Sebastiao

    NMR relaxometry data analysis is presented in the context of a study of a few complex molecular systems like those presenting nematic and smectic liquid crystal phases, confined liquid crystals, and magnetic ionic liquids. The examples include different molecular structures, local molecular organization levels, phase structures, and spin interactions. The multidimensional character of the model fitting procedures required to make possible to obtain a detailed insight of the molecular dynamics in those systems is described in relation to the use of an open access web fitting platform.
    Informações: https://bit.ly/2ZqrELW
  • Feb/2021 10/02/2021 | 12:00 Webinar - Low-field Relaxation and Thermal Mixing in Bullet-Dynamic Nuclear Polarization The 3nd webinar in this 3rd NMR relaxometry series will be held on Wednesday 10th February, 16.00 CET, by Benno Meier (KIT, Germany).
    Low-field Relaxation and Thermal Mixing in Bullet-Dynamic Nuclear Polarization
    Informações: https://bit.ly/39NtNXX
  • Feb/2021 10/02/2021 | 13:00 Webinar - Replay with live Q&A: DEMO of s-SNOM Imaging & Spectroscopy ABOUT THIS WEBINAR
     
    Live DEMO: s-SNOM Imaging & Spectroscopy
     
    Pseudo heterodyne s-SNOM sets the benchmark for s-SNOM techniques (also known as a-SNOM and SNOAM), which measure nanoscale complex optical properties by detecting the light scattered from a standard AFM-tip (Atomic Force Microscopy).
     
    We will demonstrate LIVE: nanoscale chemical analysis, plasmon interference mapping, point-spectroscopy, and hyperspectral imaging with 10 nm spatial resolution on organic & inorganic samples.
     
    You will learn how neaspec achieves:
     
    Universal performance on all type of materials,
    Highest throughput without compromise on quality,
    High-quality results independent from user experience.
    Hosts: Dr. Tobias Gokus & Dr. Sergiu Amarie, senior application engineers @ neaspec, would be happy to be challenged by your questions.
     

     
    Informações: https://www.neaspec.com/education/webinars/live-demo-s-snom-imaging-and-spectroscopy-wp/
  • Jan/2021 28/01/2021 | 06:00 Webinar - sSNOM Live Demonstration Pseudo heterodyne s-SNOM set the benchmark for tip-enhanced nanoscale imaging and spectroscopy by delivering both sample absorption & reflectivity with analytical data quality. It provides complete background suppression and is suitable for quantitative surface and subsurface analysis.
    We will perform LIVE: nanoscale chemical analysis, plasmon interference mapping, point-spectroscopy, and hyperspectral imaging with 10 nm spatial resolution on organic & inorganic samples.
     You will learn how neaspec provides: Top performance on all types of materials (organic & inorganic),
    Fastest measurements without compromise on quality,
    High-quality results independent from user experience. Hosts:
    Dr. Tobias Gokus & Dr. Sergiu Amarie, senior application engineers @ neaspec, would be happy to be challenged by your questions.
    Register now and watch later, if you can't make it to the live session.
    Informações: https://bit.ly/3plKBL0
  • Jan/2021 27/01/2021 | 12:00 Webinar - Contrast agents research Join us for a NMR relaxometry webinar on:

    Gd-Free MRI Contrast Agents Based on Mn-Porphyrin: Limitations and Opportunities of Classic Paramagnetic Relaxation Model

    Speaker: Prof. XIAO-AN ZHANG
    (University of Toronto, Canada)

    Register to participate by clicking on the registration button below.

    After registration, you will receive a confirmation email containing the link to join the webinar.

    Connection will be possible for up to 300 participants on a first come first served basis.
    Informações: https://bit.ly/2MutDeA
  • Jan/2021 13/01/2021 | 12:00 Webinar - NMR spin relaxation in viscous liquids Starting with the seminal work of Bloembergen, Purcell and Pounds in 1948, NMR relaxometry -among many other issues -attempted to access the spectral density of viscous liquids, systems which undergo a glass transition. This extraordinary phenomenon attracted the research activities of many other spectroscopic methods which provided insight into the evolution of the spectral density upon super-cooling a liquid, in particular, demonstrating that the spectral density is highly non-Debye. In other words, the correlation function is highly stretched. Yet, understanding is still incomplete. In my talk I will give an overview of the role NMR relaxometry can play in this context. Starting with the classic 1H dispersion measurements by Noack and co-workers to the studies of 2H relaxation and back to recent dispersion measurements applying the field cycling technique I will demonstrate the potential of NMR relaxometry. Studying both, T1(T) and T2(T) is an important ingredient. Up to what extent can NMR contribute to address the important question whether there exists a universal relaxation stretching in molecular liquids? An issue which recently has been raised once again. And how far are we to simulate those NMR relaxations? Informações: https://videoconf-colibri.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIoc-CurjopHNH0imhtd6ztkNet6g5ASRqk
  • Dec/2020 16/12/2020 | 12:00 Webinar - Characterisation of MRI contrast agents using NMR relaxometry M. Botta
    University of Eastern Piedmont “Amedeo Avogadro”, Alessandria, Italy

    This  seminar  aims  to  provide  a  broad  overview  of  the  potential  of  NMR relaxometry  for  the characterization  of  metal-based  MRI  contrast  agents  through  selected  examples  taken  from  the literature or from our own data. We will analyse the role of different structural and dynamic parameters on 1H relaxivity and on the shape of the 1H Nuclear Magnetic Relaxation Dispersion (NMRD) profiles.

    The amplitude and shape of the profiles is affected by the number of water molecules coordinated to the metal ion, the water exchange rate, the rotational correlation time of the complex and therelaxation of the electron spin. As a result, 1H NMRD profiles represent a powerful tool for the understanding of the properties of MRI contrast agent at the molecular level and for the design of new probes of improved efficiency for applications in clinical and pre-clinical studies.
    Informações: https://stelarsrl.od1.vtiger.com/shorturl.php?id=5fd209383708b0.53318621&rid=C8657&redirurl=https%3A%2F%2Fvideoconf-colibri.zoom.us%2Fmeeting%2Fregister%2FtZYrduyqrjgqGNy-UwoQSb4P_d3sIjnP9qUd&type=click&redirtxt=REGISTER+FOR+WEBINAR&rv=7ac5fa54cea2a294f17d018fe4d179df
  • Dec/2020 09/12/2020 | 12:00 Webinar - Getting the most from fast-field cycling NMR: the 3-tau model The 3τ model allows interpretation of fast-field-cycling nuclear magnetic resonance measurements from fluid-filled porous materials of commercial and technological significance such as hydrocarbon rocks, silicates and glasses, plasters, cementitious material, clays, and catalysts. Fits to FFC-NMR dispersion curves using the 3τ model yields five material properties, plus additional related physical quantities. In 2017, two back-to-back Phys. Rev. E articles validated the model against varied porous materials. Fitting software is now freely available to researchers.
    The 3τ model was extended to systems withfluid confined to sub-10nm planar, channel and closed pores in 2018. This model enhancement is as yet untested. Questions also remain as to whether the model is applicable to soft materials.
    In my presentation, the limitations, strengths and weaknesses of the 3τ model are critically appraised. The validity of the model in predicting physical quantities beyond the three time constants and the prospects for extended the model beyond the current applications are explored.
    Informações: https://stelarsrl.od1.vtiger.com/shorturl.php?id=5fc7bb6aa9f666.41836935&rid=C8657&redirurl=https%3A%2F%2Fvideoconf-colibri.zoom.us%2Fmeeting%2Fregister%2FtZUrc-yvpz8rG9TnTVk1dnzrkfFQ2X14kEQt&type=click&redirtxt=REGISTER+FOR+WEBINAR&rv=cc717350a3275b118615173ba07887d3
  • Dec/2020 08/12/2020 | 16:00 Webinar: Single Photon Detection and Counting with Single Quantum’s Eos and qutools’ quTAG The need for efficient detection of light at the elementary particle level - a single photon- has come from increasing applications in diverse areas including imaging, sensing, telecommunications, quantum information science, LIDAR and atmospheric science. Key parameters are the efficiency of the detectors and the speed of their response.

    Single Quantum B.V. develops standout single photon detectors based on superconducting nanowires with their combination of high efficiencies and high speeds. The SNSPDs (superconducting nanowire single photon detector) are provided with a closed-cycle cryostat providing continuous operation at the required low temperature environment.

    The electronic signals produced by each photon event is processed by time tagging electronics or TCSPCs (time correlated single photon counters). qutools GmbH has developed a range of TCSPCs which include the lowest timing jitters on the market for the most cutting edge applications.

    This webinar will be in two parts. The first part will be dedicated to SNSPDs. Dr. Jessie Qin-Dregely and Dr. Andreas Fognini from Single Quantum will provide an overview of SNSPD technology, applications and upcoming developments at Single Quantum’s including high speed counting and photon number resolution. This will be followed by a presentation from Luke Ender from qutools on the procedures of time-to-digital conversion and TCSPC including the measurement of jitter, functionality of trigger levels and start-stop channels. The quTAG series by qutools will be discussed with a demonstration of the software and python interfaces.

    Over the past decade or so, Single Quantum and qutools have respectively sold over 140 SNSPD systems and 200 TCSPCs across 25 countries, figures that are rapidly growing. The two systems have been tested together for specific applications and are often sold as a unit.
    Informações: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/3638377845600015372
  • Nov/2020 25/11/2020 | 12:00 Webinar - Ionic interactions at the liquid-solid Interface in ionogels studied by FFC NMR "Clean energy" referred to methods and materials which can be used to obtain, transport,and transform electric energy is one of the most investigated research fields in recent years. From new materials, we demand not only high performance but also a low impact on natural habitat. The ionogels are one example of solidification methods for electrolytes, which allows us to obtain a functional material with the potential to use in a wide range of electrochemical applications. Its functionality arises from the fact that used low molecular weight gelators to create the gel phase allows thermally reversible solidification of electrolytes. Our investigations [1, 2, 3] found that such materials based on the monosaccharide derivatives display superior ionic conductivity. To understand and predict these systems' properties, it is crucial to know the interactions and dynamics on the molecular level between the solid gelator matrix and the electrolyte solution. We have used the FFC NMR and PFG NMR diffusometry and optical spectroscopy methods to explain the observed aggregation enhanced ionic conductivity effect (AEIC).
    [1] M. Bielejewski, A. Puszkarska, J. Tritt-Goc Electrochim. Acta165 (2015) 122
    [2] M. Bielejewski, A. Łapiński, O. Demchuk J. Coll. Interf. Sci490 (2017) 279
    [3] M. Bielejewski, A. Rachocki, J. Kaszyńska, J. Tritt-Goc Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 20 (2018) 5803
    Informações: https://videoconf-colibri.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAude2qqDIrGdM425-_1weyBZsR89D6KKfA
  • Nov/2020 18/11/2020 | 15:00 Webinar - Discover 3D metal printing at the microscale CERES is a stand-alone microscale 3D printing system that prints complex and pure metal objects at the micrometer scale, and with submicrometer resolution. CERES system opens the door to an extensive range of new manufacturing solutions. Development of innovative applications with minute metal structures starting at a few micrometers in size up to several hundreds of micrometers is now possible. The state-of-the-art system is operated by Exaddon's proprietary CAPA software, which has an intuitive user interface and seamlessly connects all parts of the system.

    In this webinar, Exaddon CEO Edgar Hepp will provide an overview of this unique technology, its operation, examples of printed objects, and potential use cases.

    Note: A link to the recording of this presentation will be provided to all registrants, even if they are unable to attend at the time of broadcast.

    Presented by Edgar Hepp, CEO of Exaddon
    Informações: http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001IfRK94zsMSwfo9o7tVnFawC9Js-Mn47ds9MS3oTiKHP_mn6a3byif3wTBBLCbv9he9OlPumZxWsBKil8wB51tomktn2rzvnIy8MNpEPO4LLJJ8_bGvdfSJ1q6lrkGdd3J9OB1Bu9uhG0FCnU-r7kcIoUE-42bLM2aFhFpDKtv0lLkCUAmXKkofdVj5d7ovcCm-W7q2wlR14=&c=kNFQNIyOUrp7xzipsvj_PYLpFopK7KlUiEmm3AotTI5RSaqXAZTfxQ==&ch=MZg6uTAy7cdTadyVsodJvjxLx8YQOJ3SDPjvn7xXpNyqzPj_pp2YSA==
  • Nov/2020 11/11/2020 | 15:00 Webinar - Direct write lithography solutions using MicroWriter ML®3 from Durham Magneto-Optics The MicroWriter ML3 photolithography tool: a versatile benchtop instrument for the rapid fabrication of samples with a wide range of applications.
    The MicroWriter ML3 products are a range of photolithography machines designed for rapid prototyping and small volume manufacturing in R&D laboratories and clean rooms. Conventional approaches to photolithography are usually based on exposing through a chromium-glass mask manufactured by specialist vendors. In R&D environments it is often necessary to change the mask design frequently. Direct-write lithography tools overcome this problem by holding the mask in software. Rather than projecting light through a physical mask, direct-write lithography uses computer-controlled optics to project the exposure pattern directly onto the photoresist. The MicroWriter ML3 family comprises four compact, high-performance, direct-write optical lithography machines which are designed to offer unprecedented value for money in a small laboratory footprint.
    The range of applications of the MicroWriter ML3 products is vast and includes spintronics, microfluidics and microbiology, graphene and other 2-dimensional materials, MEMS and micro-optics. The systems are fitted with high-quality infinity-corrected optics with the best level of chromatic aberration corrections, the minimum feature size is 400nm and the maximum writing area is 295mm x 295mm. The versatility of the MicroWriter ML3 and its usability are strong characteristics of the machine.
    Durham Magneto Optics Ltd (DMO) specializes in advanced scientific instrumentation for nanotechnology research and development. Over its 18 years of existence, DMO has sold over 160 machines across 28 countries, figures that are rapidly growing.
    In this webinar Dr. Anthony Beguivin Senior Application Scientist, at Durham Magneto Optics Ltd will give you an overview of MicroWriter family. Please note : Your registration will ensure you to receive an email with link to the recorded webinar.
    Informações: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8694468870812666895
  • Nov/2020 11/11/2020 | 12:00 Webinar - NMR Relaxometry as a Tool for Understanding Adsorption in Heterogeneous Catalysis Abstract
    The adsorption of liquids on solid surfaces can have serious implications on reaction efficiency in heterogeneous catalysis. NMR relaxometry is one of the few techniques that can provide detailed information on this adsorption process, and is therefore a powerful tool for the rational design and optimization of heterogeneous catalytic processes. In this presentation the theory of high field NMR relaxometry techniques, and their application to catalytic systems will be discussed. In cases where the interpretation of high field NMR relaxometry is ambiguous, fast field cycling (FFC) NMR is shown to be an excellent complementary technique. A case study of different liquids imbibed within γ-alumina is used to demonstrate the sensitivity of FFC NMR to the adsorption process, and to show how FFC NMR can provide a detailed insight into the adsorption and the liquid structuring occurring within the pore space.

    Author Biography
    Jordan Ward-Williams is a post-doctoral researcher working at the University of Cambridge, UK in collaboration with Shell. His work focusses on the application of NMR techniques to industrial problems, including catalystmanufacturing, and enhanced oil recovery. Prior to this he worked as a research chemist for BP, evaluating new processes and helping to optimize their Fischer-Tropsch technology. In 2016 he joined the Magnetic Resonance Research Centre at the University of Cambridge to pursue a PhD under the supervision of Prof Lynn Gladden, and has remained part of the group since receiving his PhD.
    Informações: https://stelarsrl.od1.vtiger.com/shorturl.php?id=5fa3e85b969149.56384202&rid=C8657&redirurl=https%3A%2F%2Fvideoconf-colibri.zoom.us%2Fmeeting%2Fregister%2FtZctdO6srjwtGdQwUzXZ2_EEQrL8S7kEaXpN&type=click&redirtxt=REGISTER+FOR+WEBINAR&rv=0d132e12944616a6c95b02f3e4ccda73
  • Nov/2020 04/11/2020 | 12:00 Webinar - Paramagnetic relaxation in solution: an overview Join us for a NMR relaxometry webinar on:

    Paramagnetic relaxation in solution: an overview

    Speaker: Prof. JOZEF KOWALEWSKI
    (Stockholm University, Sweden)

    Download abstract and biography at: https://bit.ly/AbstractBioFFCWebinar

    Register to participate by clicking on the registration button below.

    After registration, you will receive a confirmation email containing the link to join the webinar.

    Connection will be possible for up to 300 participants on a first come first served basis.
    Informações: https://stelarsrl.od1.vtiger.com/shorturl.php?id=5f9a9e01548132.65758376&rid=C8657&redirurl=https%3A%2F%2Fvideoconf-colibri.zoom.us%2Fmeeting%2Fregister%2FtZAkcequrzwoGt1seohVi02fj55g20volLc9&type=click&redirtxt=REGISTER+FOR+WEBINAR&rv=2e36ad3f56cb8346a8ceb4fe91579a9c
  • Nov/2020 03/11/2020 | 13:00 Webinar - Probing magnetodynamics at nanosecond timescales and beyond This webinar will highlight Quantum Design’s latest efforts to enable high frequency magnetodynamic measurements of both fundamentally interesting and technologically relevant materials at ultra-short timescales. More specifically, broadband ferromagnetic resonance (FMR) and the latest research using OptiCool will be presented.  Professor Richard Averitt from UC San Diego and Jovan Nelson from the Stern Group at Northwestern University will describe their motivations for and latest results using OptiCool.

    Note: A link to the video recording of this event will be provided to all registrants, even if they are unable to attend at the time of broadcast.

    Speakers:
    Randy Dumas, Application Scientist, Quantum Design
    Randy Dumas is an Applications Scientist at Quantum Design. He received his Ph.D. in 2009 from the University of California, Davis on the topic of reversal mechanisms in magnetic nanostructures. As a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden he studied next generation magnetic and spin wave based data storage and processing paradigms. Randy joined Quantum Design in August 2016 and his specialty lies primarily in magnetic characterization.

    Richard Averitt, Professor of Physics, UC San Diego
    Richard Averitt’s research focuses on the optical and electronic properties of quantum materials where his group utilizes time-resolved optical spectroscopy spanning from the far-infrared through the visible to explore the fundamental properties of quantum materials with a view towards dynamics and control.

    Jovan Nelson, Graduate Student, Stern Group, Northwestern University
    The Stern Group studies quantum interactions in nano-scale photonic and spin systems. In addition, they develop hybrid optical and electrical tools with spatial and temporal resolution to probe emergent quantum states in engineered photonic and material systems.
    Informações: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/8907989630831500558?source=foreign
  • Oct/2020 28/10/2020 | 12:00 Webinar - Wine Relaxometry: first results oin us for a NMR relaxometry webinar on:

    Wine Relaxometry: first results

    Speaker: Prof. PHILIPPE BODART
    (University of Lille & University of Burgundy, France)

    Download abstract and biography at: https://bit.ly/AbstractBioFFCWebinar

    Register to participate by clicking on the registration button below.

    After registration, you will receive a confirmation email containing the link to join the webinar.

    Connection will be possible for up to 300 participants on a first come first served basis.
    Informações: https://stelarsrl.od1.vtiger.com/shorturl.php?id=5f91eb892735f9.10437637&rid=C8657&redirurl=https%3A%2F%2Fvideoconf-colibri.zoom.us%2Fmeeting%2Fregister%2FtZwoc-6uqjwjGNflRDs1zNDu76_ZoT9XBifF&type=click&redirtxt=REGISTER+FOR+WEBINAR&rv=7eaa413f05f7b5002aac1acce631b50b
  • Oct/2020 26/10/2020 - 30/10/2020 | 08:00 XVI Physics Week - UFSCAR Federal University of São Carlos - Webinar New challenges have arisen due to the pandemic of the new coronavirus, making it necessary for the whole society to adapt to the new conditions of work and social life.
    In this way, SeFís also adapted its activities to the digital format and, as usual, all activities will be free and in order to be accessible to all audiences.
    More details, please see the website below:
     
    Informações: https://sefis.df.ufscar.br/
  • Oct/2020 21/10/2020 | 11:00 Webinar - Fast field-cycling NMR relaxometry as a tool for ICE-lubricant analytics Prof. ESTEBAN ANOARDO of, National University of Cordoba, Argentina, will present a webinar entitled
    “Fast field-cycling NMR relaxometry as a tool for ICE-lubricant analytics”
     
    For abstract and biography, please see: https://bit.ly/AbstractBioFFCWebinar
     
    To register in advance for this meeting, please click on the following link: 
     https://videoconf-colibri.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwodOyvpzsoHtSGRWzx7716c1WqqyvVdc5X 

    After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
    Connection will be possible for up to 300 participants on a first come first served basis.
     
    Note: The recordings from the 1st webinar series and the EURELAX day of webinars held on 8th May 2020, as well as this second webinar series, can be found on Stelar’s YouTube channel “Stelar NMR” at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYtQOJmiMMM7FIfsZJkbovQ
    Informações: https://stelarsrl.od1.vtiger.com/shorturl.php?id=5f887fb2ba8799.84983782&rid=C8657&redirurl=https%3A%2F%2Fvideoconf-colibri.zoom.us%2Fmeeting%2Fregister%2FtZwodOyvpzsoHtSGRWzx7716c1WqqyvVdc5X&type=click&redirtxt=REGISTER+FOR+WEBINAR&rv=a40adb686121d6abbf4dd71bb7b12d18
  • Oct/2020 20/10/2020 | 11:00 Webinar - Characterization of magnetic thin films and nanostructures using a combined-Kerr effect magnetometer and microscope The NanoMOKE®3 is a high-sensitivity magneto-optical Kerr effect (MOKE) magnetometer for the characterization of magnetic thin films and structured samples. The machine offers one of the highest sensitivity in the world for a MOKE with a resolution of 0.1mdeg of rotation, or 10-13 emu. The NanoMOKE®3 tool combines two systems in one: it is a magnetometer for the fast acquisition of hysteresis loops, and a Kerr microscope for the imaging of magnetic domains. The talk will cover a few of the possible applications of the system. For example how the technique can be useful to the study of the interlayer exchange coupling between single perpendicularly magnetized CoFeB layers, or the Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interactions in synthetic antiferromagnets. The webinar will also explore the measurement of patterned nanostructures, for the characterization of the magnetic reversal behaviour of antiferromagnetically coupled magnetic structures, with possible applications in non-volatile magnetic memory. The NanoMOKE®3 tool can also be combined with an electrical setup for simultaneous AMR and MOKE measurements or for current-driven magnetic domains in nanowires for the study of magnetic domain wall-based devices.

    Note: A link to the video recording of this event will be provided to all registrants, even if they are unable to attend at the time of broadcast.

    Speaker: Dr. Anthony Beguivin - Senior Application Scientist at DMO Durham Magneto Optics Ltd (DMO) specializes in advanced scientific instrumentation for nanotechnology research and development and has many years of experience in the field of nanomagnetism. Over its 18 years of existence, DMO has sold over 160 machines across 28 countries.
    Informações: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/470526515473154316?source=foreign
  • Oct/2020 19/10/2020 - 23/10/2020 | 00:00 Webinar - XIII-International Conference on Surface, Materials and Vacuum The Mexican Society on Science and Technology of Surface and Materials (SMCTSM) in accordance to the wolrwide safety regulations imposed by the health agencies to deal with COVID-19 pandemic, concerned by the safety and well being of the attended to our annual meeting and, also consious of our compromise to offer a forum to the scientific community have decided that the XIII-ICSM will be turn into a virtual meeting from October 19th to October 23th 2020.More details, please see the website below:
     
    Informações: http://www.smctsm.org.mx/XIII_ICSMV/
  • Oct/2020 15/10/2020 | 12:00 Webinar - Live DEMO: AFM-IR Imaging & Spectroscopy Tapping AFM-IR+ sets the benchmark for AFM-IR techniques (also known as PiFM, PTE and PTIR), which measure local infrared absorption by detecting the photo-thermal sample expansion using AFM (Atomic Force Microscopy) cantilever response.
    We will demonstrate LIVE: nanoscale chemical mapping, spectroscopy & hyperspectral imaging with 10 nm spatial resolution on polymer composites.
    You will learn how neaspec achieves: Artefact-free absorption measurements without mechanical influence,
    Maximum performance without sample damage,
    High-quality results independent from user experience. Hosts: Dr. Stefan Mastel & Dr. Sergiu Amarie, senior application engineers @ neaspec, would be happy to be challenged by your questions.
    Register now and watch later, if you can't make it to the live session.
    Informações: https://app.livestorm.co/neaspec-gmbh/online-demo-afm-ir-imaging-and-specroscopy
  • Oct/2020 15/10/2020 | 11:00 Webinar - Frequency dependent AC susceptibility using the DynoMag system – analysis and applications AC susceptibility (ACS) is a technique where an alternating magnetic field with a low field amplitude is applied over a sample and the in- and out-of-phase susceptibility is measured. In this talk we will focus on frequency dependent ACS analysis using the DynoMag system and show examples of different applications where the instrument can be used, such as in biosensing, particle size determination, colloidal stability sensing, standardization and magnetic relaxation analysis.

    Note: A link to the video recording of this event will be provided to all registrants, even if they are unable to attend at the time of broadcast.

    Speakers:
    Fredrik Ahrentorp, RISE - Research Institutes of Sweden
    Fredrik Ahrentorp is a research scientist and project manager at RISE Smart Hardware/ Sensor Systems in Göteborg, where he works on sensor innovations, system design, sensor system development (hardware/software). He is specialized on magnetic sensors, AC susceptometry, low signal level measurement techniques, electronic system design. Fredrik received his M. Sc. in Physics from Göteborg University in 2001 and made his master's thesis on magnetic nanoparticle studies and AC susceptometry.

    Prof. Christer Johansson, RISE - Research Institutes of Sweden
    Christer Johansson works at RISE as a senior expert with magnetic nanoparticles, magnetism, magnetic materials, magnetic sensors and magnetic modelling. Christer have been coordinator and PI in many international and national projects related to magnetism. Christer have published over 130 peer-reviewed papers (h-index 32) in international journals on magnetic nanoparticles, magnetic characterization and analysis methods. Christer is also reviewer and member of editorial boards for a large number of international journals.
    Informações: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/8834575239466063630?source=foreign
  • Oct/2020 14/10/2020 | 11:00 Webinar - Field Cycling Relaxometry & Biomedical Research: from paramagnetic agents to water exchange across the cellular membranes Prof. SILVIO AIME of, University of Torino, Italy, and world-renowned expert in molecular imaging will present a webinar entitled
    “Field Cycling Relaxometry & Biomedical Research: from paramagnetic agents to water exchange across the cellular membranes”
    For abstract and biography, please see: https://bit.ly/AbstractBioFFCWebinar
     
    To register in advance for this meeting, please click on the following link: 
    https://videoconf-colibri.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0pfuiprzIqH9XgQ5HKKemmBGCSyFeMwsSU 
     
    After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
    Connection will be possible for up to 300 participants on a first come first served basis.
     
    Note: The recordings from the 1st webinar series and the EURELAX day of webinars held on 8th May 2020, as well as future webinars, can be found on Stelar’s YouTube channel “Stelar NMR” at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYtQOJmiMMM7FIfsZJkbovQ
     
    Informações: https://videoconf-colibri.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0pfuiprzIqH9XgQ5HKKemmBGCSyFeMwsSU
  • Sep/2020 18/09/2020 | 11:00 Webinar - A new way for in-situ correlative analysis of magnetic and conductive nanostructures by combination of AFM & SEM Informações: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/7430700100781328397
  • Sep/2020 08/09/2020 - 02/10/2020 | 00:00 Webinar - DESLOCAMENTO QUÍMICO E CONSTANTE DE ACOPLAMENTO EM RMN: UMA EXPLICAÇÃO EMPREGANDO ORBITAIS MOLECULARES Professor Cláudio F. Tormena (IQ-UNICAMP)

    Período: dias 08, 11, 15, 18, 22, 25 e 29 de setembro, e 02 de outubro – 4 semanas – 4 horas por semana, às terças e sextas.

    Horário: 18:00 às 20:00
    Ementa: deslocamento químico de 1H e 13C e os efeitos eletrônicos (orbitais moleculares) envolvidos; constantes de acoplamento escalares transmitidas via ligações químicas e ou via espaço e os orbitais envolvidos em ambos os caminhos; efeitos isotópicos em RMN e simetria molecular.
    O objetivo do curso é apresentar uma explicação dos valores observados experimentalmente para deslocamentos químicos e constantes de acoplamento escalar homo- e hetero-nucleares empregando orbitais moléculas. Será mostrado por que observamos sinais em determinadas regiões para alguns grupos, por exemplo carbonos carbonílicos; por que alguns acoplamentos escalares são transmitidos via ligação química e outros via espaço e quais interações entre orbitais moleculares possibilitam essas transmissões.
    Bibliografia:
    Book: Stereoelectronic Effects: A Bridge Between Structure and Reactivity, Igor V. Alabugin, Wiley, 2016.
    Artigos recentes na área.
  • Sep/2020 03/09/2020 - 04/09/2020 | 08:15 Webinar - XI WORKSHOP ON POROUS MEDIA - NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE Conference Platform: Youtube
    https://wpm-lear.weebly.com/xi-workshop.html
    Official Language: English
     
    CONFIRMED SPEAKERS:
    Bone tissue and porous media: a long way from homogeneous field relaxometry to future diagnostics by single-sided devices
    Prof. Leonardo Brizi (University of Bologna, Italy)                                                                                   
    Fluid dynamics of liquids confined in mesopores probed by single-sided NMR
    Prof. Rodolfo Acosta (FAMAF, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Argentina)
    Challenges in acquiring good quality NMR relaxation data in Logging While Drilling operations
    Dr. Willian Andrighetto Trevizan (Cenpes, Petrobras, Brazil)
    Surface Relaxivity obtained by the integration of NMR and Digital Porous Media Simulation
    Dr. Éverton Lucas de Oliveira (University of São Paulo, Brazil)
    MRI of Fluid-Surface Interactions in Porous Media: High-Pressure Carbon Dioxide/Decane Flow in Berea Sandstone
    Dr. Armin Afrough (Centre for Oil and Gas - The Danish Hydrocarbon Research and Technology Centre, Denmark)
    Visualizing Wormholes with Magnetic Resonance Imaging 
    Prof. Fernando Fernandes Paiva (University of São Paulo, Brazil)                                                      
    Measurement and interpretation of Fast-Field Cycling Nuclear Magnetic Relaxation profiles of confined fluids
    Prof. Villiam Bortolotti (University of Bologna, Italy)
    Sorption measurements of vapors inside microporous materials by a NMR-physisorption bi-modal instrumentation and time-resolved relaxometry
    Prof. Dimitrios Sakellariou (KU Leuven, Belgium) 
     
    SPEAKERS WITH TITLE TO BE CONFIRMED:
    Prof. Bruce Balcom - (University of New Brunswick, Canada)
    Dr. Patrick Judeinstein (French Atomic Energy Commission, Saclay, France)
    Prof. Caetano Rodrigues Miranda (University of São Paulo, Brazil)


    Organized by:

    Prof. Tito J. Bonagamba (IFSC/USP)

    Dr. Éverton Lucas-Oliveira (IFSC/USP)

    Dr. Willian Andrighetto Trevisan (Cenpes/Petrobras)

    Dr. Mariane Barsi-Andreeta (IFSC/USP)

    Dr. Arthur G. Araujo-Ferreira (IFSC/USP)
     
    INFORMATION: https://wpm-lear.weebly.com/xi-workshop.html
    Informações: https://wpm-lear.weebly.com/xi-workshop.html
  • Aug/2020 27/08/2020 | 13:00 Webinar - New Spinsolve Software Interface for Reaction Monitoring In this live webinar, we’ll introduce the new user-friendly and powerful software interface for real-time Reaction Monitoring (RM) using the Spinsolve. Join this webinar to learn about: • Building and running a fully customized list of experiments • Setting up a sampling pump and RM kit • Select integral regions for real-time monitoring of starting materials and products • Setting up multi nuclei data acquisition • Exporting and processing data Presented by Ahn Le-McClain, PhD, NMR Applications Scientist Informações: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/3767140550933243408?utm_campaign=User%27s%20Webinar&utm_medium=email&_hsenc=p2ANqtz--7HuHdOuLgF1A7fLBkRC0xRrON66kNwe0gg59hXTagpwp58HumRlMuRGBVZfBr9rlYQ-ndzm-XJtidRiLWOG4NsVpsiw&_hsmi=2&utm_content=2&utm_source=hs_email&hsCtaTracking=3e02fa5e-06a3-42d4-bc9c-ca80554e9b46%7C103d7d89-304f-49c5-bddd-583d4e29ea21
  • Aug/2020 25/08/2020 | 10:30 Webinar - Overview of Thermography Solutions As the SARS-CoV-2 situation is ongoing we and our international sales partners cannot be as close to you as we are used to intend.
    herefore we would like to provide you with an update on our thermography solutions and our related products in a brief online event.
    Topics to be Covered in the Online Event . Key points to have in mind using thermography
    . Selection criteria for thermographic cameras
    . InfraTec’s product range at a glance
    . Applications A visit to the online event "Overview of Thermography Solutions" will enable you to better assess the potential of this technology for your company. Participation is completely non-binding and free of charge.

    More details, please see the website below:
    Informações: https://www.infratec.eu/thermography/trainings/user-conferences/
  • Aug/2020 20/08/2020 | 14:00 Webinar - Online DEMO: Nano-precise positioning with multi-axis piezo stages ABOUT THIS WEBINAR

    Online demonstration of multi-axis positioning applications using attocube’s nanopositioners 
    About attocube’s nanopositioners:
    Attocube offers a broad variety of piezo based nanopositioners perfectly suited for extreme environments and capable of up to 6 DoF movements.

    We will demonstrate:
    - how to align samples and beam paths precisely using a positioner stack 
    - how to minimize runout errors of sample and optics rotation

    You will also profit from:
    - setup of a nanopositioner stack
    - learning about our portfolio and the latest technological developments
    - discussing your specific questions with attocube engineers
     
    Informações: https://app.livestorm.co/p/57443676-2d31-4ba3-9e84-84246b2c08bf
  • Aug/2020 19/08/2020 | 13:00 Webinar - Synthetic Biology: Advances and Critical Needs from a Biomaterials Viewpoint Host(s): Thomas Webster, Northeastern University Patrick Dennis, Air Force Research Laboratory Speaker(s): Paul Freemont, Imperial College London David Breslauer, Bolt Threads Anirban Sen Gupta, Case Western Reserve University Neel Joshi, Northeastern University

    Synthetic biology has already revolutionized numerous fields through the creation of synthetic structures that mimic almost every aspect of nature. In particular, at the intersection of synthetic biology and biomaterials, researchers have been developing innovative approaches to improve sustainable manufacturing, detection, disease prevention, and therapy. This webinar will highlight such advances by four distinguished scientists developing synthetic platelets for hemorrhage control, transfusion medicine and wound healing applications as well as harnessing the synthetic potential of microbes to orchestrate the assembly of complex materials for textiles, bioremediation, therapeutic probiotics, and so much more! Come join this unique webinar at the intersection of synthetic biology and biomaterials science and see what the future of synthetic biology holds for improving medicine and manufacturing.
    The webinar will feature four talks from leaders in the field, and an interactive Q&A session will be held with each speaker.
    Informações: https://bit.ly/3fDbDsv
  • Aug/2020 18/08/2020 | 19:00 Microthermography InfraTec Webinar 2020 Quantum Design UK and Ireland invites you to register for another of our free-to-attend webinars, this time on Microthermography – organised alongside one of our IR camera partners, Infratec GmbH. 

    Join us for this second thermography webinar. This time we will be exploring some further topics:
    - InfraTec for microthermography;
    - Performance and limits of uncooled IR-cameras for microthermograpy;
    - Performance of cooled IR-cameras for microthermography;
    - MicroScan technology for resolution enhancement for cooled ImageIR® series.

    More details,  please see the website below:
    Informações: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/7552765681792524304
  • Jul/2020 23/07/2020 | 14:00 Webinar - Online DEMO: Nano-precise optical displacement measurement ABOUT THIS WEBINAR

    Online demonstration of interferometric displacement measurement applications using attocube’s IDS3010
    About IDS3010:
    The IDS3010 is a fiber based laser interferometer enabling high accuracy displacement measurements even in extreme environments and confined spaces

    We will demonstrate:
    - how to measure high speed and long range movements with nanometer accuracy
    - how to characterize vibrations using advanced FFT and PSD analysis
    - how to analyze material deformation measuring directly on various surfaces

    You will also profit from:
    - quick and easy installation of the IDS3010
    - learning about our portfolio and the latest technological developments
    - discussing your specific questions with attocube engineers
    Informações: https://app.livestorm.co/p/462e90f0-7df1-490a-8f44-890e1d7bd8f3
  • Jul/2020 23/07/2020 | 05:00 Webinar - nano-FTIR applications for organic, inorganic, 2D and biological materials You will see how nano-FTIR could reveal : nano-plastic contamination in sea water, ice & snow
    quantum-dots formation in hBN for multichannel single electron transistors
    degradation mechanism in perovskite solar cell materials
    protein inclusion bodies in bacterial cells You will also profit from: Learning about the latest technological developments at neaspec.
    Discussing your specific questions directly with neaspec engineers.

    You can’t attend the live webinar?
    Register now and view the webinar recording later at your convenience.

    Hosts: Dr. Nicolai Hartmann & Dr. Sergiu Amarie, senior application engineers @ neaspec
    Informações: https://bit.ly/3j0PQNc
  • Jul/2020 23/07/2020 | 11:00 Webinar - Fast Field-Cycling methods applied to imaging: an overview of the technology, methods and clinical results from Aberdeen Lionel Broche

    Institute of Medical Sciences, University of Aberdeen, UK

    Email: l.broche@abdn.ac.uk

    Abstract
    Fast Field-Cycling relaxometry is a powerful tool for the investigation of molecular dynamics that provides multi-scale information from milli-to nanometres, non-invasively. This offers interesting prospects as an imaging tool and multiple attempts have been tried in the past to make FFC MRI scanners. The FFC research group at the University of Aberdeen has been developing such systems over the last two decades and is now using a custom-made whole-body FFC imager for several clinical studies, including brain stroke, breast cancer and brain cancer, with the help of several partners. This presentation will introduce the technology developed by our team, its advantages and drawbacks, as well as the first results from the FFC imaging clinical studies, including FFC-NMR analyses of tissue samples.

    This is the final webinar in this summer series. We thank all speakers and numerous participants who have encouraged us to keep these online sessions going. We intend to organize a second series of webinars on NMR relaxometry theory and applications from September. Dates and frequency to be communicated.
     
    If you would like to present a webinar in the next series, we welcome your proposals. Please contact Dr. Rebecca Steele at steele@stelar.it with a title and short abstract for your lecture.
     
    Please note that recordings for all the webinars in this series will officially be made available online at the end of this series – (after 23rd July, and with the necessary permissions from authors). If you register for a webinar, you will be notified as soon as these are available.
    Informações: https://bit.ly/2CND6ZC
  • Jul/2020 21/07/2020 - 23/07/2020 | 15:00 Webinar - How to get published: The view from an editor perspective Associação de Usuários de Ressonância Magnética Nuclear (AUREMN) vem, ao longo dos anos, oferecendo cursos de formação na área de RMN para a comunidade científica através da realização da Escola de RMN. Em virtude das restrições impostas pela COVID-19, cursos presenciais não são possíveis nesse momento. Para continuar o legado da AUREMN de garantir uma formação sólida em RMN, estaremos realizando cursos não presenciais, assistidos por tecnologia. Acreditamos que cursos desta natureza apresentam vários atrativos, tais como, manter a comunidade ativa na atual condição de isolamento social, e garantir uma formação homogênea em RMN para os nossos alunos, em todo território nacional, sem a necessidade de viagens e deslocamentos. Contamos com a sua participação!

    Será fornecido certificado ao final do curso

    SÓCIOS – R$ 50,00 (cinquenta reais).

    NÃO SÓCIOS – R$ 200,00 (duzentos reais)

    Prof. Gary E. Martin (Seton Hall University, USA), membro do corpo editorial da Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry
    Datas: 21, 22 e 23 de julho de 2020
    Horário: 15 às 17 horas - Língua: Inglês
    Informações: https://bit.ly/304InUW
  • Jul/2020 16/07/2020 | 10:00 Webinar - How to reveal the mechanism of translation diffusion by means of NMR relaxometry When discussing the advantages of NMR relaxometry we point out that the method provides information about  molecular  and  ionic  motion  in  a  broad  range  of  correlation  times  and  allows  to  reveal  the mechanism  of  the  motion. The  last  kind  of  information  is  associated  with  the  shape  of  the  spectral density  function,  being  Fourier  transform  of  the  corresponding  correlation  function.  The  correlation function has  a  strict  mathematical  definition –it  is  determined  by  the  form  of  the  probability  that  a particle  takes  the  position  x  at  time  t,  provided  it  was  at  the  position  x0  at  time  0.  The  conditional probability function can be obtained by solving diffusion equations with specific boundary conditions. As relaxation  rates  are  given  as  combinations  of  spectral  density  functions,  the  shape  of  the  relaxation dispersion profile is a fingerprint of the shape of the correlation function and, hence, the mechanism of motion. This concept sounds great, but it has numerous limitations. In reality, the conclusions from the data analysis can often be misleading and controversial.

    Dr. DANUTA KRUK of University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Poland
     
    For abstract and biography, please see: https://bit.ly/AbstractBioFFCWebinar
     
    Informações: https://bit.ly/3iY1yZ1
  • Jul/2020 16/07/2020 | 10:00 Webinar - Moiré excitons in 2D semiconductor heterostructures About this webinar:
    In this presentation, Nathan Wilson will inform you about the discovery of moiré superlattice excitons in layered 2D semiconductor structures, and the potential they have as new platforms for quantum optics and quantum simulation

    You will learn: what is the benefit of using layered 2D materials for creating superlattices
    - how to use them to realize arrays of circularly polarized quantum emitters
    - how to use them to study many-body physics at liquid Helium temperatures that was previously only accessible in nano-Kelvin atomic gasses and optical lattices
    - how to perform such measurements with the help of an attoDRY2100 and LT-APO
    -…and why the mechanical stability and resolution of the attoCFM confocal microscopy insert was crucial to their research
    Informações: https://app.livestorm.co/p/5bbf2de2-67fe-420c-97a2-f646e5cc6f52
  • Jul/2020 15/07/2020 | 13:00 Webinar - Data-Driven Ceramics and Glass Research Co-Presented by MRS, the Materials Research Society and ACerS, the American Ceramic Society

    Ceramics and glasses are at the forefront of advanced materials and will continue to bring new solutions to global challenges in energy, the environment, healthcare, and information/communication technology. To meet the accelerated pace of modern technology delivery, a more sophisticated approach to the design of advanced ceramics and glass materials must be developed to enable faster, cheaper, and better research and development of new materials compositions for future applications.
    In this Webinar, we will discuss application of data science tools toward the design, understanding, and optimization of ceramic and glass materials.
    Talk presentations: Extrapolation and the role of domain knowledge in machine learning for materials
    Bryce Meredig, Citrine Informatics
    Extrapolating Glass Properties by Topology-Informed Machine Learning
    Mathieu Bauchy, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
    Effects of data and Regression techniques on design of robust models for glass properties prediction
    Adama Tandia, Corning, Inc.
    Informações: https://bit.ly/32e0SJi
  • Jul/2020 14/07/2020 | 15:00 Webinar - Mueller Matrix Ellipsometry – a universal optical characterization technique
    Mueller matrix ellipsometry enables quantitative optical characterization of the most advanced samples such as highly anisotropic crystalline films and substrates, stretched polymer foils in roll-to-roll applications, polarization filters in AR/VR devices, liquid crystal cells, nanostructures, bio and metamaterials, 3D periodic surfaces in semiconductor metrology and many more. Learn the basic concepts and analysis approaches in this interactive webinar.
    Informações: https://bit.ly/2VuTuVt
  • Jul/2020 09/07/2020 | 12:00 Webinar - High Performance NMR Spectroscopy on the Bench: Latest Developments and Applications Speaker: Andrew Coy

    OVERVIEW
    Benchtop NMR systems have become indispensable analytical lab instruments during the past few years. The ability to acquire high quality NMR spectra in the lab is saving enormous time and money for chemists who previously had to wait for NMR results from remote or centralized resources. Furthermore, having the NMR spectrometer next to your chemical reactor has made it possible to monitor chemical processes on-line and in real time, a type of study that is not accessible by conventional high-field NMR spectrometers.
    This webinar will describe the latest applications and developments of the pre-eminent Spinsolve benchtop NMR spectrometer. Results from the all-new Spinsolve 80 ULTRA, featuring the highest homogeneity and field, will be shown. This model is specifically designed to enable the highest quality solvent-suppression, a requirement for many benchtop NMR applications.

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    Informações: https://bit.ly/3i9pqbM
  • Jul/2020 09/07/2020 | 11:00 Webinar - FFC-NMR Relaxometry in NanoMaterials Science by Dermot Brougham, UCD FastControlling the density and functionality of molecules adsorbed onto nanoparticles is critical for the development  of  smart  nanomaterials  for  biomedicine.  Surface  chemistry  strongly  influences  drug loading, the in vitroand in vivocolloidal stability andthe blood circulation times. In the case of magnetic iron-oxide nanoparticles (MNPs) the solvent interaction with the magnetic moments, mediated by the surface  chemistry,  generates  changes  in  the  local  NMR  signal  intensity  which  can  be  used  to  create image  contrast  in  MRI.  Hence 1H  NMR  relaxation  measurements  can  be  used  to  study  dynamics  of magnetic  moments1for  dispersed  particles  (fast  dynamics)  and  for  nanoparticle  assemblies  (slow dynamics). The application of FFC-NMR measurements to MNP suspensions can provide fundamental insights  into  ligand-ligand,  solvent-particle  and  particle-particle  interactions.  The  utility  of  this information in developing approaches to particle dispersion,2,3in understanding particle dissolution, in controlling  particle  assembly  into  functional  clusters4-6and  in  helping  understand  nanoparticle interactions with bio-systems willbe described. Informações: https://bit.ly/2BK354o
  • Jul/2020 07/07/2020 | 19:00 Webinar - Broadband Ferromagnetic Resonance: CryoFMR Join us to learn more about our Broadband Ferromagnetic Resonance (FMR) capabilities for the PPMS, DynaCool, and VersaLab platforms. This is another presentation in our continuing series devoted to existing measurement options. This webinar will cover the following topics:

    o Measurement Theory
    o Hardware Overview
    o Software/Data Analysis
    o Extensions

           o Measuring the Exchange Stiffness
           o Measuring the Inverse Spin Hall Effect (ISHE)
           o Other Compatible Platforms (e.g. MPMS3, Montana Cryostation, etc.)
    Informações: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/8169314627699711502
  • Jul/2020 02/07/2020 | 11:00 Webinar - Unraveling the molecular motions of viscous fluids and fluids under nano-confinement with NMR measurements and MD simulations Speakers: Dr. PHILIP SINGER & Dr. DILIP ASTHAGIRI
    (Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Rice University, USA)

    Download abstract and biography at: https://bit.ly/AbstractBioFFCWebinar

    Register to participate by clicking on the registration button below.

    After registration, you will receive a confirmation email containing the link to join the webinar.
    Informações: https://bit.ly/3ics00y
  • Jun/2020 23/06/2020 | 11:00 SBPMat Lives&Webinars Title: Magnetometry techniques for research on magnetic nanoparticles.
    Speaker: Igor Fier (Quantum Design).
    Portuguese language.
    Abstract: In this webinar, relevant concepts of scientific research in the area will be discussed from the perspective of the experimenter. Instrumentation operation, adjustment of experimental parameters and sample mounting will be recurring themes when exposing techniques such as vibrating sample magnetometry, SQUID, magnetic susceptibility, magnetic hyperthermia, as well as their merits and challenges.
    Results, applications and examples from the literature will be used to illustrate and support the topics discussed.
    Registration link: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_E9G1jBopQZWEwcZh1Kv5MQ
    Informações: https://www.sbpmat.org.br/pt/lives-webinars/
  • Jun/0000 00/00/0000 | 17:15 Webinar - The 3D Printing Revolution: Advances in Material Design and Methods OVERVIEW
    3D printing is revolutionizing our world with advances in medicine, food, energy, and water technologies. Additive manufacturing places macromolecules in precise locations to prepare complex geometric objects of advanced materials in a more sustainable manner, leading to more efficient use and less waste. Join us for this free rebroadcastrecording brought to you in partnership with the Materials Research Society and co-produced by the ACS Division of Polymer Chemistry.

    First, Timothy Long, Professor in the Department of Chemistry at Virginia Tech will discuss advanced manufacturing where a more tailored approach to reactivity and rheology is necessary to advance the field. During his presentation, you will discover why complementary printing platforms that include vat photopolymerization, binder jetting, powder bed fusion, direct ink write, and melt extrusion are all collectively required in one 3D printer to catalyze the next industrial revolution in manufacturing.

    Next, Rigoberto Advincula, Research Professor at Case Western Reserve University and the University of Tennessee, as well a Group Leader at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, will discuss the methods and approaches for advanced polymer materials and nanomaterials that help prepare for high performance requirements. During his presentation, you will discover about the advances in shape memory materials and superelastomers. Advincula is also Editor-in-Chief of MRS Communications.

    What you will learn:
      Polymer design for additive manufacturing: structure-property relationships
    Advanced analytical tools to accelerate discovery in additive manufacturing
    Overview of printing platforms and recent advances in polymer design for complex geometric parts
    Advances in 3D printing of polymer materials
    Preparation of new materials through the use of nanofillers
    Characterization and evaluation of 3D Printed thermoplastics, thermosets, and elastomers

     
    This webinar is FREE, but advance registration is required.
    Informações: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/7088511191123013389?source=MRS