On the 1st of February 2023 Nanosurf will join an online seminar to present AFM technology as a research tool for nanomechanical testing in academia and industry, joining experts from other companies developing tools for mechanical materials surface testing, inspection, and characterization.
The event will be hosted by the Academy of Technical Sciences – Society of Process- and Production Engineering (ATV-SEMAPP), a private, non-profit foundation, affiliated to the Danish Academy of Technical Sciences.
The event aims to introduce a number of techniques for mechanical surface characterisation at the micro and nanoscale, focussing on test methodology and practical cases on how to obtain properties such as hardness, friction, wear, scratch resistance and coating adhesion.
This seminar is aimed at engineers and researchers in both industry and academia. It is intended for you who seek to stay up to date and would like to deepen your knowledge of surface characterization technologies and seek solutions to specific challenges. The talks will give in-depth knowledge while focusing on practical applications and real-life cases.
David Morgan from Nanosurf’s UK office will specifically introduce Atomic Force Microscopy as a tool for nanomechanical mapping of surface properties, as well as illustrating where the technique can be integrated into microscale measurement techniques for imaging purposes.
For more information and registration details please visit: https://atv-semapp.dk/mechanical-surface-properties/