Online Courses from Bruker

Bruker invites you to stay connected and join us in the coming weeks for this free online training series. Our applications team will provide learning opportunities on different technologies, demonstrate exciting new applications, offer practical guidance and chat with you about your questions and ideas.  The courses are being offered on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday for the next several weeks.


Tuesday, April 7

Join this webinar to learn about novel AFM techniques to study, e.g., binding of individual biomolecules at up to 1000 lines/second.

Join to discuss hardness testing, the indentation analysis following Oliver&Pharr (1992) and the benefits of hardness testing at nanoscale for metallic samples.

Wednesday, April 8

Join this webinar to learn how Photothermal AFM-IR can provide new insights into your polymer research.

Join this online demonstration to learn about the theoretical and practical PeakForce Tapping technology for imaging in liquid.

Thursday, April 9

Join this webinar to learn how the UMT Tribolab can assist in the development of novel brake pad material formulations.

Join this webinar to gain skills on QA/QC solutions for advanced packaging provided by WLI profiler.


Tuesday, April 14

Join this webinar to learn about fundamental AFM techniques for the investigation of a variety of samples in life science.

TriboIQ is a modular software package that allows indentation data analysis and plotting using the strength of the OriginPro2020 software package. In this training we will demonstrate the treatment of indentation data acquired on a TI 980 Nanoindenter.

Wednesday, April 15

Join this online demonstration to learn about the theoretical and practical PeakForce Tapping technology for quantitative mechanical measurement.

Join this online demonstration for Part II of the theoretical and practical PeakForce Tapping technology for quantitative mechanical measurement. 

Thursday, April 16

Join this webinar to learn how to characterize nm-features in microelectronics devices using nanoscale IR spectroscopy.

Join this online demonstration to explore an easy to use and universal way to measure topography using a WLI based optical profiler.

 

 


Tuesday, April 21

Interactive webinar: expanding your knowledge on AFM probes and how to choose the best probe for each application.

In this training session we will take a detailed look at high-throughput nanoindentation with a focus on property mapping and how it correlates to the microstructure of materials.

Wednesday, April 22

Join this webinar to explore how WLI profilers provide access to challenging positions in critical parts.

Join this webinar to learn how to use a universal tribometer to perform a regulated test of lubricants.

Thursday, April 23

Join this webinar to learn about two complementary nanoscale IR spectroscopy and imaging techniques.

Join this interactive webinar to learn about Automet and Line/Trench metrology using the Dimension AFM series

 

 

More courses to come! Stay tuned...