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Beyond Surface Roughness: From Millimeter to Nano Scale – Can We Predict Surface Behavior?

Gain new insights into leading-edge techniques for surface roughness measurement in industrial applications.
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Learn how to optimize manufacturing processes and improve product quality.

Enhanced surface roughness characterization has the potential to improve the performance and reliability of products across industries.

Viewers can expect to:

  • Understand how to conduct precise surface roughness analyses using AFM and optical profiler instruments.
  • Receive practical guidance regarding important surface roughness parameters and key industrial standards.
  • See live demonstrations of Bruker's ContourX-500 Optical Profilometer and Dimension XR AFM.

 

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Explore Bruker's Solutions for Understanding Surface Behavior


Bruker experts and special guest speaker Prof. Maxence Bigerelle (CNRS, University of Valenciennes, France) discuss and provide practical guidance for researchers performing surface roughness measurements from nanometer to micron and millimeter scale. Special attention is paid to:

  • Important parameters for measuring surface roughness
  • Key industrial standards, e.g., ISO 25178,; and
  • The importance of scale when choosing a method of analysis.


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LIVE DEMONSTRATION | 15 MINUTES

Measuring Roughness from the Micron to Millimeter Scale – Featuring Bruker’s ContourX-500 Optical Profilometer

Presented by Vishal Panchal, Ph.D., EMEA Applications Scientist, Bruker

LIVE DEMONSTRATION | 15 MINUTES

Measuring Roughness on the Nanometer Scale – Featuring Bruker’s Dimension XR AFM

Presented by Vishal Panchal, Ph.D., EMEA Applications Scientist, Bruker

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EXPERT-LED PRESENTATION | 30 MINUTES

Selecting the Relevant Scales of Topography

Prof. Maxence Bigerelle, Ph.D., CNRS, University of Valenciennes, France

Prof Maxence Bigerelle, a renowned expert in the field of surface roughness and functional impact, will talk on multiscale analysis, the importance of scale in process monitoring, and the most relevant roughness parameters.

Speakers

With introduction, live Q&A, and closing remarks led by: Emmanuel Paris, Sales Manager, Bruker EMEA

Mickael Febvre, Ph.D.
Application Manager, Bruker EMEA

Prof. Maxence Bigerelle, Ph.D.
CNRS, University of Valenciennes, France

Maxence Bigerelle is Professor at the University of Valenciennes at LAMIH UMR CNRS 8201. He is an Engineer in Computer Science and did his Ph.D. in Mechanics and the Ability to Direct Research in Physical Science. He joined the R&D department at Arcelor before moving to Arts et Métiers School (UMR CNRS UMR 8207), after which he joined the University of Compiègne where he headed the Materials Department (52 people, UMR CNRS 5253). He then moved to the LAMIH where he currently directs the Mechanical Department (120 people) and the Morpho-Mechanical Research Axis (27 people).

Prof. Bigerelle is the author of over 150 international publications. His research activities concern the characterization of rough surfaces and the study of their physical properties to increase their functionalities (optical, mechanical, chemical, tribological, biological, sensory ...) as a result of their structure. He currently leads the Carnot Institutes 'Surfaces Structuring Challenge’, which brings together almost a hundred laboratories and technology transfer organizations. He is the leader of the GDR CNRS SurfTopo, a research group that gathers together laboratories and industrial companies working on the advancement of surface topography.

Vishal Panchal, Ph.D.
EMEA Applications Scientist, Bruker

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