Imina Technologies miBots Nanomanipulation Workshop
edmyers at stanford.edu
Wed Nov 16 10:39:39 PST 2011
The SNF Staff in conjunction with Imina Technologies is pleased to present:
Monday December 5, 2011
The miBots™ are coming! Do you have a need for manipulation or sensing
small samples in a microscope? If so, we invite you to see these novel
nanopositioners for yourself at the Stanford NanoFabrication Facility in
a FREE, hands-on workshop on December 5th in the Paul Allen Building,
Auditorium Room 101X.
Designed especially for light microscopy, SEMs and FIBs, these
affordable, easy-to-use mini robots are virtually untethered and free to
move independently, opening new vistas for manipulation and testing at
the macro, micro, or nanoscale. Working individually or in groups, the
miBot™ uses a variety of tools such as grippers, probes, and optical
fibers so that, in addition to manipulating the sample, they can
illuminate a nano workspace and conduct force or electrical
measurements. Robust, mechanically and thermally stable, and
vacuum-ready, these tiny trojans are a great, customizable solution for
maneuvering and testing cells, nanostructures, semiconductor devices,
LEDs, and MEMs.
miBots will be working in the Paul Allen Building, Auditorium Room 101X
from 10 AM till Noon.
For more information, or to register for workshop, click here
Imina will contact you in the week before the workshop to confirm and
provide a map and directions.
Want to learn more? Visit us at www.imina.ch or give Tom Levesque a call
at (972) 318-0196.
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