Nanoscale Characterization of Glass & Ceramics Surfaces

Bruker is dedicated to providing a complete range of high-performance metrology techniques for the nanometer-scale surface characterization of glass and ceramic products. Join us for this virtual Surface Lab session where we will present a range of characterization techniques, their features, capabilities, and applications.

Highlights of the Workshop

  • LIVE demos on cutting-edge Bruker instruments
  • Nanoscale Investigation of glass & ceramics: Gorilla glass, float glass, and metallic glass
  • Measurements on silicon coatings
  • Thin Film Analysis

The following techniques will be covered:

  • Atomic Force Microscopy: For high-resolution, topographical, nanomechanical, nanoelectrical, and nanoelectrochemical characterization of materials.
  • Nano-Indentation: Nano-mechanical characterization using nano-indentation methods
  • Optical Profilers: For 2D roughness surface characterization and advanced 3D mapping and measurement of thin film thickness, stress, surface roughness and form

Meet the Bruker Team

  • Dr Peter De Wolf
    Worldwide Application Director    
  • Dr Mickael Febvre
    Application Manager Europe
  • Dr Ude Hangen
    Applications Manager
  • Dr Vishal Panchal
    Application Scientist
  • Dr Udo Volz
    Application Scientist

Please download the program flyer for details.

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