FEBIP 2020 will comprise invited talks, contributed talks, flash talks by sponsors and poster sessions. A conference dinner and social activities will complement the conference program.
A more detailed program will be published shortly after the abstract announcement, see Dates for details.
In addition to standard invited and contributed speakers (to be announced soon), this edition will count with special speakers, who will present recent advances in key nanotechnology areas specially relevant to the future of the FEBIP community. The list of special topics and associated confirmed special speakers is as follows:
- New scanning probe microscopy methods: Olga Kazakova (National Physics Laboratory London, UK) and Martino Poggio (University of Basel, Switzerland).
- Ultra-advanced electron and X-ray microscopy techniques: Rafal Dunin-Borkowski (ER-C Jülich, Germany) and Claire Donnelly (University of Cambridge, UK).
- State-of-the-art 2D and 3D nanofabrication via electrons and photons: Douglas Paul (University of Glasgow, UK) and Sam Ladak (University of Cardiff, UK).