This webinar provides a comprehensive exploration of white light interferometry (WLI)-based advanced materials characterization, including techniques, practical considerations, and regulatory standards for such concepts as waviness, roughness, and spatial filtering.
Tackling global challenges often requires the development of new, increasingly advanced materials; these support efforts to build a neutral carbon dioxide economy, improve energy efficiency, develop high bandwidth communication, and identify better methods for preventing and fighting pandemics, among others.
Yet new materials development evolves quickly, driven by innovation in the capabilities and capacity of R&D equipment and processes. As a result, dedicated, high-performance characterization tools are increasingly important in a wide range of fields ranging from geology to optoelectronics.
Geared toward materials scientists, bio-mechanical researchers, geology & nuclear waste researchers, materials development researchers & engineers, and waveguide optical developers, this webinar includes:
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This webinar was presented on September 22, 2020.
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Samuel Lesko, Ph.D.
Dir. of Technology and Apps Development for Tribology, Stylus & Optical Profilers, Bruker
Dr. Alexander Nesterov-Mueller
KIT, Institute of Microstructure Technology, Germany
Dr. Andreas Luttge
MARUM, University of Bremen, Germany