News

The International Workshop on Nanomechanical Sensing (NMC2014) was celebrated in Madrid

The 11th International Workshop on Nanomechanical Sensing, NMC 2014, was held in Madrid from April 30th to May 2nd, 2014. This year we celebrated 10 years of the Workshop on Nanomechanical Sensing that happened for the first time in 2004 in Madrid. The conference took place in the conference room of the Hotel NH Eurobuilding.

The NMC2014 consisted of scientific lectures about sensors based on nanomechanical transducers such as cantilevers, MEMS/NEMS, as well as local probes. The NMC2014 brought together leaders from both academia and companies to discuss innovative developments in this exciting field in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.

The technical program of the Workshop consisted of 6 plenary presenters, 9 invited presenters, as well as 43 contributed podium presentations, 65 contributed poster presentations and a total of 152 participants from around the world.

This year we had a special session dedicated to the exciting field of cell mechanics.

The conference has been sponsored by Comunidad de Madrid and FEDER EU through project NOBIMAT S2009/MAT-1507.

Visit www.nmc2014.org for more information about the workshop.


Source:

Latest Posts

  • Montserrat Calleja, winner of the Jaume I Award in New Technologies 2022

    Montserrat Calleja Gómez has been awarded the Rei Jaume I Prize in New Technologies 2022 for her work in the application of the main advances in basic research in physics to practical innovations in the clinical field. Specifically, the awards jury highlighted her work on biomolecular markers and nanomechanical sensors for the early detection of…