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Archived Webinars & Online Courses

29 Jun 2021
10:00 AM CEST | 6:00 PM AEST - BioAFM & NanoIR: New Insights into Nanomechanical and High-Resolution Chemical Analysis

Join us and two exciting guest speakers for this virtual webinar: “BioAFM & NanoIR: New Insights into Nanomechanical and High-Resolution Chemical Analysis”. Our guest speakers will provide insights into their work using these techniques and speak on exciting applications in the field of life science and biomedical research.

Invited speakers
Dr Natalia Piergies, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
Dr Aaron Elbourne, RMIT University, Australia

28 Apr 2021
8:00 AM PDT | 11:00 AM EDT | 5:00 PM CEST - Novel Concepts in Mechanobiology - From Individual Cells to Cancer Tissues

Join us and our special guest speakers for this virtual workshop on “Novel Concepts in Mechanobiology - From Individual Cells to Cancer Tissues”. It will include talks and a demonstration live from our labs in Berlin. Our guest speakers will provide insights into their work using AFM and the impact it is having in life science and biomedical research.

Invited speakers:
Dr Núria Gavara, University of Barcelona, Spain
Dr Thomas Fuhs, University of Leipzig, Germany

25 Nov 2020
Open Lab - How to Measure and Quantify Cell Mechanics and the Cell Adhesion Process

Join us and our special guest speakers for a virtual Open Lab session live from the BioAFM laboratories in Berlin, Germany. The talks will be followed by a live experimental session that will focus on how the cell adhesion process and mechanical properties of living cells can be characterized using state-of-the-art BioAFM instruments.

Register for Session 1: 9:00 AM CET | 5:00 PM JST
Register for Session 2: 8:00 AM PDT | 5:00 PM CET

Program and speakers list


27 Oct 2020
6:00 - 8:00pm CET - Time to Share: An Insight Into Bacteria

Join us and a renowned panel of experts for an online microscopy symposium on bacteria. Learn about the latest findings on how AFM can be used to study and manipulate tissue mechanics and investigate the physical interactions between cells and their environment, and questions like why rigid tumors contain soft cancer cells will be answered.

Program and speakers list

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3 Sep 2020
Optical Tweezers in Life Science: Studying Motor Proteins

Join us and our special guest speaker Dr Todd Fallesen (Francis Crick Institute, London) to learn about how Optical Tweezers can be used to advance our understanding of bidirectional molecular motor-proteins. His talk will be followed by a virtual, hands-on demo session with our NanoTracker 2 optical tweezers taking place live from the JPK BioAFM labs in Berlin.

18 Jun 2020
10:00am PDT | ONLINE LAB: BioAFM, High-Speed AFM and Cell Mechanics

You will be joining our team of applications scientists in the BioAFM laboratories in Berlin (Germany) with our state-of-the-art instruments. Request your sample, settings and mode online and get your questions answered in real time.

28 May 2020
Optical Tweezers in Life Science: Probing DNA-protein interactions

Join this webinar to learn how optical tweezers can be used to precisely micro-manipulate individual DNA molecules and can be combined with single-molecule fluorescence imaging and micro-fluidics to perform cutting-edge DNA-protein interaction experiments with exquisite precision. Guest speaker: Davide Normanno, Staff Scientist, Center for Genomic Regulation, Barcelona, Spain

5 May 2020
10am PDT | Combining Atomic Force Microscopy with Optical Techniques

This webinar will focus on how AFM can be integrated into optical techniques. You will learn concepts from basic sample observation up to single molecule advanced super-resolution inverted optical microscopy simultaneous to AFM.

28 Apr 2020
10am PDT | How To Choose an AFM Probe

Interactive webinar: expanding your knowledge on AFM probes and how to choose the best probe for each application.

22 Apr 2020
10am PDT | ONLINE DEMO: 10 years of PeakForce Tapping - PFQNM and PF capture, Basics (Part 1: Calibration)

Join this online demonstration to learn about the theoretical and practical PeakForce technology for quantitative mechanical measurement.

22 Apr 2020
1pm PDT | ONLINE DEMO: 10 years of PeakForce Tapping - PFQNM and PF capture, Basics (Part 2: Modulus Calibration)

Join this online demonstration to learn about the theoretical and practical PeakForce technology for quantitative mechanical measurement

21 Apr 2020
10am PDT | Atomic Force Microscopy for Life Science Research

Speaker: Dr Tanja Neumann, Applications Scientist

15 Apr 2020
1pm PDT | ONLINE DEMO: 10 years of PeakForce Tapping - Imaging in Liquid

Join this online demonstration to learn about the theoretical and practical PeakForce technology for Imaging in Liquid

4 Jun 2019
Unravelling Dynamic Processes with the New JPK NanoWizard® ULTRA Speed 2 BioAFM

Speaker: Dr Dimitar Stamov, Senior Applications Scientist

29 Jun 2016
JPK NanoWizard® AFMs in conjunction with Super-Resolution Abberior STED microscopes – towards live cell experiments

Speakers: Dr. Christian Wurm, Applications Scientist, Abberior Instruments GmbH Dr. Heiko Haschke, Head of Applications, Software and Customer Support, JPK Instruments AG

13 Apr 2016
New capabilities for the NanoScale world with the NanoWizard® AFM

Speaker: Dr. Alex Winkel, Senior Applications Scientist at JPK

9 Dec 2015
Advances in BioAFM | New developments in atomic force microscopy for biological systems and novel approaches for studying the impact of xenobiotics on living organisms

Speakers: Prof. Tanya Dahms, University of Regina, Canada; Dr. Heiko Haschke, Head of Applications, Software and Customer Support, JPK Instruments AG

1 Dec 2015
Introduction to Optical Tweezers for life sciences

Speaker: Dr. Philipp Rauch, Applications Scientist

21 Apr 2015
High-resolution and high-speed AFM with simultaneous advanced optical microscopy

Speakers: Dr. Stefan Kaemmer, General Manager US Operations, and Dr. Dimitar Stamov, Applications Scientist at JPK Instruments