Invited Speakers

Why I like nanomechanical biosensors 

Javier Tamayo

Instituto de Microelectrónica de Madrid (IMM-CSIC), Spain

Strides towards chemical selectivity

Thomas Thundat

University of Alberta, Canada

Linear and nonlinear dynamics of microcantilevers in liquid environments

Arvind Raman

Purdue University, USA

Sense and sensors for atomic-scale friction

Joost Frenken

Advanced Research Centre for Nanolithography, Netherlands

Femtometer actuation and detection of a graphene NEMS device using a superconducting microwave cavity

Gary Steele

Delft University of Technology, Netherlands

Nano-optomechanics with a levitated nanoparticle

Romain Quidant

ICFO – The Institute of Photonic Sciences, Spain

Ultrasensitive characterization of optical isomers and the impact of charge on mechanical signaling

Joseph Ndieyira

University College London, UK

Plate mechanical metamaterials

Igor Bargatin

University of Pennsylvania, USA

Applicability of XNA probes in nanomechanical sensing

Rupa Mukhopadhyay

Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science (IACS), India

Cantilevers comprising thermal sensors and integrated electrostatic actuation for thermal probe lithography

Armin Knoll

IBM Research – Zurich, Switzerland

Nanomechanical sensors for drug delivery related applications

Anja Boisen

Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Denmark