1st Kleindiek Nanotechnik Practical User Workshop

April 25th and 26th, 2018

We're trying something new!

 

The User Workshop is designed to allow a small group of people gain (and share) experience, tips&tricks, and knowhow in using the micromanipulators to manipulate nanowires and other small structures.

 

The idea is to give our users the opportunity to learn the best strategies for specific tasks and provide their feedback to our team for future improvements/developments.

 

If you wish to participate, we are now accepting submissions of experiment proposals. These proposals should be very compact - one or two pages should suffice. They should include a very short description of the task at hand as well as some images of your samples and optionally a 'cartoon' of what it is you'd like to to.

 

You are also welcome to register for the workshop without submitting a proposal and enjoy the learning experience! Each workshop will host up to ten participants.

 

Please visit this page regularly for updated information and to help you prepare for your workshop.

 

This first workshop will focus on manipulating and characterizing nanowires, CNTs, or other small particles. Here are some key facts about the workshop:

- free of charge for the participants (you'll need to cover travel & board)

- workshop language can be english or german

- in-depth training

- extensive hands-on sessions on your samples

- get to know the Kleindiek Nanotechnik team!

 

The proposal submission deadline is February 2nd, 2018.

Registration deadline is March 30th, 2018.

The workshop will be held April 25th & 26th, 2018.

 

If you are interested in taking part in the workshop, please submit your proposal to andrew.smith@kleindiek.com by February 2nd, 2018

Should you be interested in participating without submitting a proposal, you can sign up by clicking here.

Event Location

Kleindiek Nanotechnik

Aspenhaustr. 25

72770 Reutlingen

General Information

  • All current users are welcome!
  • You are invited to submit a proposal for an experiment that we can attempt during the workshop or just join the sessions in order gain hands on experience in manipulating small objects.
  • Participation is free of charge

Travel directions

  • By plane: The nearest airport to Reutlingen is Stuttgart airport. From there, you have the following possibilities to Reutlingen: A taxi takes 30-40 minutes and costs about 50 Euro. Taxis are located directly in front of the airport building. Public Transportation options are also available. These include bus services (via Tübingen) or train services (see below or e.g. google map).
  • By train: The nearest station for long distance trains (ICE, IC and EC) is Stuttgart, about 50 km away from Reutlingen. From Stuttgart train station regional trains leave every hour in the direction of Tübingen via Esslingen, Plochingen, and Nürtingen. Travel time to Tübingen station is about 1 hour. From Tübingen main station, your best option is a taxi to our premises.