Nanoscale study of metal corrosion

Magnus Johnson, university lector @ KTH Stockholm presents:
- benefit of nano-FTIR for corrosion studies
- premature detection of atmosheric corrosion
- identification of corrosion products at the nanoscale
- reduction of corrosion using inhibitors
Watch 9 April 2020 11 a.m. CET

Infrared synchrotron nanoscopy research at LNLS

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 Today 5p.m. CET

neaSNOM applications and configurations

Dr. Andreas Huber director of applications @ neaspec presents:
- polymer interfaces & nanoscale polyamide layers
- thin material couating 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 matrials

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

Tutorial: basics of s-SNOM imaging & spectroscopy

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

Correlative nanoscopy of organic & inorganic materials

Dr. Sergiu Amarie & Dr. Andreas Huber application specialists @ neaspec presents:
- workflow & classification of correlative nanoscopy
- correlation of AFM & chemical-ID in polymer blends
- spectroscopic correlation of TERS, nano-FTIR & PTE+
- nanoscale thermal analysis by means of nano-TA & SThM
- quantification of carrier density with THz-TDS nanoscopy
- photo-current mapping on confined SPPs graphene devices

Nanoscale analytics applications in polymer science

Dr. Sergiu Amarie (neaspec) & Prof. Rainer Hillenbrand (nanoGUNE) presents:
- correlative workflow example on block copolymers
- nano-plastic contamination in sea water
- chemical identification of nanoscale particles
- gas-filtration polymer membranes
- chemical mapping of complex polymer composites
- hyperspectral imaging applied to polymer blends

Nanoscale analytics applications in life science

Dr. Sergiu Amarie (neaspec) & Prof. Rainer Hillenbrand (nanoGUNE) presents:
- bio-minerals workflow example
- single tabacco mosaic virus
- single ferritin protein complex
- monolayer mapping of protein membrane