ChemPubSoc Europe is an organization of 16 continental European chemical societies. It was founded in the late 1990s. The amalgamation of 15 chemical journals owned by national chemical societies resulted in the formation of 13 high-quality European journals. ChemPubSoc Europe also owns the ChemViews Magazine.
The participating societies share a commitment to scientific excellence, to publishing ethics, and to the highest standards in publication, which are the basis for the success of the ChemPubSoc Europe journals.
De Cola is Professor Exceptionnelle at the University of Strasbourg (ISIS) as chair of Supramolecular and Bio-Material Chemistry, and part time scientist at the INT-KIT, Karlsruhe, Germany.
Her group, the lab for chemistry and supramolecular biomaterials actively researches a wide variety of topics such as:
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|Mad City Labs, Inc offers a wide variety of nanopositioners, micropositioners, and instrument solutions. Please select from the categories below to browse our product lines. Custom/OEM options are available for the majority of our products. Contact our sales team about modifying existing products or developing customized solutions.|
Mad City Labs' piezo nanopositioning systems move and maintain the position of objects with sub-nanometer precision and high stability. Applications for nanopositioners include super resolution microscopy, high speed confocal imaging, AFM, NSOM, SPM, optical trapping, fiber positioning, single molecule spectroscopy, single molecule/particle tracking, high resolution optical alignment, nanoscopy and lithography.
Mad City Labs micropositioning stages are designed to complement our high precision piezo nanopositioning systems. Our micropositioning stages provide extended range of motion and are designed to provide a stable platform for our nanopositioners. Our product line includes high precision manual stages and fully automated, programmable stages for use with optical microscopes or stand-alone instruments.
Nano-scale precision motion and stability are cornerstones of research grade microscopes for high resolution imaging. Mad City Labs provides nanopositioning systems, micropositoining systems, and stabilization systems that assist users with developing and adapting instrumentation for their own application requirements. Contact our sales and engineering team to discuss the right products for your application.
Nano-scale precision motion and stability are cornerstones of research grade microscopes for single molecule imaging. Mad City Labs has developed modular microscopes that ease integration of optical components and assist users with developing and adapting instrumentation for their own application requirements. Contact our single molecule microscopy application development team to discuss the right products for your application.
High resolution AFM and NSOM require positioning systems with high resolution, repeatability, and stability. Mad City Labs has developed positioning systems that ease integration and assist users with developing and adapting instrumentation for their own application requirements. Our experienced sales and engineering team can assist you further with the right solution for your application.
The Nano-Gauge™ is an ultra high precision, single axis, displacement measuring instrument capable of resolving dimensions down to 1.5 nanometers (0.06 microinches) over a full scale range of 25mm (1 inch). Combining ease-of-use and small physical size, the Nano-Gauge™ can be quickly adapted to a wide variety of precision measurement situations without lengthy or complex setup procedures.
Nearly all standard systems can be modified for vacuum applications to 10-8 Torr if baking is not necessary. Many UHV applications require custom designed solutions. With experienced UHV instrumentation specialists on staff, we can provide custom nanopositioning and micropositioning solutions for your vacuum application.
Multilayer piezoactuators offer precise motion, low energy consumption, fast response times and high force, can be used in a variety of applications and environments, e.g. AFM, fiber positioning, valves, medical nanotechnology, and metrology. Piezoactuators offer considerable advantages although applications that require guided or repeatable motion are best served by our high precision, closed loop nanopositioning systems. We offer a standard range of 150V piezoactuators. In addition we can supply custom designed piezoactuators. Our piezoactuators can be controlled using our PA25 Amplifier or PA3 Amplifier for optimum performance.
Toddy, we are proud to announce Atto-TEC as the latest addition to our Silver sponsors category.
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Through the generous financial support of ACS Publications, 20 participants will be eligible to receive the Frans De Schryver/ACS travel award (€400) which covers the €260 early bird conference registration and up to €140 travel or accommodation fees. Participants wanting to apply for this award are requested to provide a 1 page proposal with a short motivation and the subject of their intended contribution and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org before May 1st, after which a decision will be made on May 15th. All applications should be submitted in PDF format (< 1MB). Applications that do not conform to this guideline will not be considered.