Over the past weeks we receive a large wave of registrations and now all 250 on-site seats are booked. We don't want to let anybody out therefore we decided to invest into live-streaming and have you as close as possible to our event.

During the workshop, you will benefit from:

  • Latest scientific results,
  • Presentations by eading experts,
  • Focused sessions  (download program),
  • Online Q&D at the end of each presentation.
Motivated by the very positive feedback to our first nanoanalytics workshop in spring 2019, we are organizing the 2-nd International Nanoscale Analytics Workshop to be held on May 18-21, 2022. Covering a broad spectrum of s-SNOM applications from life sciences to cryogenic analysis of 2D materials, we are aiming to gather 200-250 participants from universities and research institutes worldwide.

Watch selected presentations recorded at our first workshop:

Our first nanoscale analytics workshop (May 23-25, 2019) brought together 170 researchers from around the world and was a stunning success. It included more than 30 scientific talks on cutting-edge nanoscale research as well as tutorials and live demonstrations from near-field microscopy experts.

Nanoscale study of metal corrosion

Dr. Magnus Johnson, university lector @ KTH Stockholm presents:
- benefit of nano-FTIR for corrosion studies
- premature detection of atmospheric corrosion
- identification of corrosion products at the nanoscale
- reduction of corrosion using inhibitors
Watch now

Infrared synchrotron nanoscopy research at LNLS

Dr. Raul Freitas IMBUIA beamline leader @ LNLS presents:
- biosystems in their natural environment
- plasmon-phonon polaritons in G-hBN devices
- nano-drugs delivery in bacteria
- nano-chemistry of human hair
Watch now

neaSNOM applications and configurations

Dr. Andreas Huber director of applications @ neaspec presents:
- polymer interfaces & nanoscale polyamide layers
- thin material coating with 2nm QTD molecules
- compositional map & statistical distribution in rubbers
- carrier concentration & dopping map in semiconductors

Uncover exotic properties of 2D materials


Prof. Rainer Hillenbrand group leader @ nanoGUNE presents:
- dispersion of light in isotropic & uniaxial crystals
- Phonon-polariton propagation in h-BN
- hyperbolic phonon-polaritons in a h-BN slab
- exotic wave phenomena in 2D materials

Tutorial: basics of s-SNOM imaging & spectroscopy

Dr. Alexander Govyadinov  product manager @ neaspec presents:
- how to circumvent the diffraction limit
- method for efficiently suppress background
- how to measures simultaneous absorption & reflectivity
- identification of nanoscale contaminations

Watching in-situ H diffusion dynamics in Mg

Julian Karst PhD student  @ University of Stuttgart presents:
- dynamic plasmonic color display
- active plasmonics & switchable metasurfaces
- optimisation of H diffusion kinetics
- in-situ investigation of Mg/MgH phase transition

Tutorial: quantitative data analysis

Dr. Alexander Govyadinov  product manager @ neaspec presents:
- nano-FTIR: the nanoscale analogue of standard FTIR
- analysis of dispersion mapping in 2D materials
- relationship between chemical-ID & sample thickness
- method of extracting carrier concentration from sSNOM data

nano-FTIR: useful tool for solving real-world problems

Dr. Iban Amenabar  nanooptics specialist @ nanoGUNE presents:
- polymer industry applications
- optimisation of rubber materials
- pharmacology & cosmetics
- application in biotechnology sector