Congratulations Marina Hornus for your achievements!
1st place in the student poster competition during the Forest Product Society International Convention . Wisconsin, June 2018.
Best oral presentation in seminar class. School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences. March 2018.
Visit of the President of Auburn University, Steven Leath
Auburn University President Dr. Steven Leath visited the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences on August 14th. During his visit, he interacted with Faculty members, stuff and students of our School. He also learned about our programs, facilities, and stakeholder groups.
SEMINARS AND EVENTS:
CHARACTERIZATION OF SOLID SUPPORTING THIN FILMS
AND MOLECULAR INTERACTIONS USING MP-SPR
Friday September 29th
Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR) is widely used method in label-free biochemical interaction analysis. However, the physical phenomenon is not limited to biochemistry but is applicable to nanoscale characterization of thin films. Multi-Parametric Surface Plasmon Resonance (MP-SPR) is ideally suited for layer characterization and surface-layer interaction analysis at sub-nanometer resolution.
Registration at 8:30 – Opening at 9:00
Place: room 301 at Hubbard CASIC Building
Hosted by School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences, Auburn University
PSV: email@example.com by 09/27 at 13:00
Presented by Annikka Järvinen, Application Scientist
Last modified: June 21, 2018