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Nanobrücken 2021 Poster Presentations

Strength of interface in bioresorbable poly-lactic acid/Mg fiber composites for orthopedic applications
Wahaaj Ali (IMDEA Materials)

Screening of solvents for 2D materials exfoliation using nanoindentation
Zainab Alkharusi (University of Manchester)

Single Crystal Thin Film Mechanical Behavior Measured with Nanoindentation
M.J. Cordill (Erich Schmid Institute for Materials Science)

In-situ electrochemical nanoindentation as a promising tool for probing hydrogen-material interaction
Anna Sophie Ebner (Montanuniversität Leoben)

Nanoindentation study of dislocation-based plasticity and crack formation in oxides
Xufei Fang (Technical University of Darmstadt)

The Effect of Loading Strain Rate on Nanoindentation Response of RTM6 Epoxy Polymer: Experimental and Computation Research
Patricia M. Frontini (University of Mar del Plata)

In-situ TEM investigation of toughening in Silicon at small scales
Inas Issa (Montanuniversität Leoben)

Fracture behavior of a tough bulk metallic glass at micrometer dimensions
A. Jelinek (Montanuniversität Leoben)

Probing structure-property relationships in Cu-Ni and Cu-Zn alloys in nanofoam form with nanoindentation
Alexandra Loaiza (Purdue University)

Mechanical property determination for cutting tool and workpiece using indentation and investigations on the boundary film formed in sliding contacts with emulsions
Florian Pape (Leibniz Universität Hannover, IMKT)

Micro-scale indentation on active microelectronic circuits to determine the piezoresistive coefficients of transistor channels
S. Schlipf (Fraunhofer IKTS)

Automated crack advancement detection for small scale fracture experiments
Klemens Schmuck (Montanuniversität Leoben)

Using machine learning algorithms to interpret finite element simulations of indentation experiments including tip radii effects
Claus Trost (Erich Schmid Institute of Materials Science)

Fatigue Tests of Penta-twinned Ag Nanowires under TEM and Their Structure Analysis
Hu Zhao (University of Manchester)