ICONN 2010 Interviews Videos

ICONN 2010 Interviews Videos
Tony Fischer-Cripps explains what nanoindentation is and shows us the IBIS Nanoindentation system. During the explanation of the technique he also talks about typical applications such as testing of coatings, scratch testing, mineral analysis and semiconductor testing. It can determine such properties as friction co-efficients, Young's modulus and properties of thin films.
Nikolay Novozhilov from NT-MDT takes us for a tour of their SOLVER NEXT AFM/SPM. he shows us how easy it is to change from AFM to SPM, as well as demonstrating the software control system and how easy it is to scan a sample.
Mickael Febvre shows us the Veeco Dimension Icon high performance atomic force microscope (AFM). With large sample stage it can perform measurements in a variety of atmospheres.
Mickael Febvre from Veeco takes us for a tour of the Bioscope Catalyst, which is an atomic force microscope with an inverted optical microscope. The system is suited to biological applications.
Dr. Stuart Parkin from the IBM Almaden Research Center tells us about a new type of memory that is theoretically about a million times faster than current hard disk technologies, with very fast access times, but at the same time very cheap to produce, along with many of the benefits of solid state memory. Called racetrack memory, it uses nanowires and spintronics.