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How to analyze fibers in microscopy data

About this webinar

In this webinar, we’ll highlight some of the new tools in Mountains® analysis software for analyzing fibers in microscopy data quickly and easily.

Topics covered in this webinar:

What kinds of data can I use Fiber Analysis tools on?

What technology-specific detection methods are available?

Visualization options

  • Displaying raw image, binary image, fiber diameter & orientation map etc.

Results: interactive tables, images and histograms

  • Creating an interactive table listing fibers and interstices with values (diameter, standard deviation etc.)
  • Generating global statistics and interactive histograms
  • Obtaining stunning visual representation of results: diameter map, orientation map, size of particles that can pass through interstices etc.

Mountains® software core advantages

  • Exporting results (Excel, Word, PDF)
  • Automation tips

About the Speaker

Mathieu Cognard, Product Manager for Scanning Probe microscopy & Light Microscopy Applications, Digital Surf

Mathieu graduated in 2013 with three Master's degrees in hydroinformatics project management, surface treatment and characterization. In 2016, he co-founded a start-up that uses self-assembled monolayers to enable nanoscale dry lubrication of metals and built up considerable technical expertise in surface characterization in the industrial field of metal working and tribology.

In 2018, he collaborated with professional cycling teams to optimize the performance of riders by focusing on optimizing the mechanical efficiency of the drivetrain through nanometric and tribological studies of surface treatments.

Since 2020, Mathieu has worked as a Product Manager for Scanning Probe Microscopy (SPM) applications for Digital Surf. He actively participates in the development of the MountainsSPIP® software platform by ensuring that it meets the growing challenges of researchers and industrialists in surface characterization.

Who should watch

The webinar is aimed at current users of the software, anyone trying out the software and, more widely, at anyone studying fibers in microscopy images or topographic data for industrial and research projects. This includes users of scanning electron microscopes (SEM), light microscopy, 3D profilers, scanning probe microscopy (SPM), fluorescence microscopy etc.

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