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Doctor Russells' AFM course participation

Posted on March 21, 2006

NT-MDT company has won the privilege to participate in the annual "AFM and other scanned microscopes" short courses led by the famous Dr. Phillip E. Russell, Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, and Director of Analytical Instrumentation Facility at North Carolina (NC) State University, USA. (link) The courses will be held June 12-16 at NC State.

For users of atomic force microscopy (AFM), NC State has become the new place to go for information and training in the United States. Dr. Russell held the first NC State international short course on AFM and other microscopies during the summer of 2004. Now it has become one of the most prestigious courses in America; many AFM microscopy related scientists, engineers and companies work to be invited there. Russell, who has been teaching Scanning Probe Microscopy for more then 19 years, works closely with the most important vendors to supply a variety of instruments for use in laboratories. This year NT-MDT company will provide its equipment for laboratory use, as well as an application instructor for supporting courses.

What makes the NC State short course unique is the laboratory work that gives participants the ability to experiment with techniques discussed in the lectures. In an effort to provide individual instruction, Russell limits the number of participants to a maximum of 24, who are usually technicians, scientists, engineers and researchers from various industries and universities around the world.

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