Welcome to the 22nd edition of NanoScientific. It is with great excitement that I announce our new issue. These are indeed exciting times in nanoscience and technology, rapidly changing, expanding and improving our lives. We are happy to present articles in this issue that demonstrate the nanotechnology advances taking place in our world.
In this issue, you will find an illuminating interview with Dr. Alan Tennant from ORNL Quantum Materials Initiative discussing the quantum phase of matter and neutron scattering techniques. We are featuring a new application note in this issue on 2D Moiré Superlattice Electromechanical Characterization with Piezo-response Force Microscopy written together with Qiong Ma, Department of Physics, Boston College, USA Ilka Hermes, Applications, Park Systems Europe GmbH., Germany, Dae Yoen Won, Research & Development, Park Systems Corp., Korea. We also have articles on Defect Recognition on Coating Layer using PinPoint™ Nanomechanical Mode and on Nanoscale Electrochemistry Study using SECCM Option of Park Systems.
And for our featured product showcase, we are highlighting Park Systems Groundbreaking New Autonomous AFM which was just introduced and we have the first user review. “We are thrilled to be the first AFM user in North America to experience the Park FX40 Atomic Force Microscope,” states James Hone, Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Columbia University.
“As long-time users of Park AFMs, we are excited about the new features and increased capabilities in this new generation. In particular, the breakthroughs in automation of AFMs using artificial intelligence and robotics technology will dramatically boost our productivity and drive innovation across the field of nanometrology.”
In every issue, we bring you exciting nanotechnology and nanometrology applications and research. This year, we are hosting NanoScientific Symposiums worldwide again. Our successful virtual events last year brought together thousands of people from nearly 40 countries globally and awarded cash prizes for the presenters and poster exhibits. We have just begun accepting abstracts for this year’s NanoScientific Symposiums, make sure to submit your abstract for a chance to be a presenter and be eligible for cash prizes.
I have watched NanoScientific evolve into a useful and interesting publication and also have enjoyed watching the successful NanoScientific Symposiums, which are hosted in 8 countries worldwide. Park Systems supports NanoScientific because it adheres to our mission of enabling scientific advances. As we share nanotechnology best practices and join together, we push the boundaries for new scientific understandings. As the Nano Revolution continues to unfold, advances in nanotechnology developments are paving the path for exciting future discoveries in science. NanoScientific will continue to do our part by sharing your research and bringing attention to new nanotechnology research.are paving the path for exciting future discoveries in science.
NanoScientific will continue to do our part by sharing your research and bringing attention to new nanotechnology research.