Anyone responsible for or interested in nanoindentation should attend to quickly gain a comprehensive understanding of the test method and what it can do. Process engineers, test engineers and graduate students will achieve theoretical and practical knowledge about contact mechanics, the Oliver-Pharr method, dynamic indentation, thin-film modeling, and best practice.
Jennifer Hay of Nanomechanics Inc. holds a master's degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Houston and has worked in the field of nanoindentation since 1996, advancing standardization and developing methodology for new applications. She presently serves as the vice president for the MEMS/Nanomechanics technical division of the Society of Experimental Mechanics. In addition to many publications, she has authored five journal articles on the theory and practice of instrumented indentation.
"Instrumented indentation, also called nanoindentation, has developed over the last three decades as the technique of choice for measuring the mechanical properties of thin films and other small volumes of material," said John Swindeman, CEO at Nanomechanics Inc.
"Our goal for our educational series is to provide the most current information to our customers as well as those working in this field and enable them to engage with our team to ask questions on these topics."
To register for the Instrumented Indentation - Session 7: The Onset of Plasticity in Nanoindentation webinar, on Wednesday, Jan. 25 from noon to 1 p.m. ET, visit http://www.nanomechanicsinc.com
About Nanomechanics Inc.
Nanomechanics Inc. designs and produces advanced nano-scale metrology products, including turnkey nanoindenters, modular devices for nano-scale actuation and sensing, and contract testing. Drawing on decades of experience in material science, precision mechanical design, and instrumentation software, Nanomechanics offers products that satisfy the intense demands of both industry and academia, with unparalleled ease-of-use, accuracy, up-time, and technical support. In addition to turnkey solutions, Nanomechanics provides modular components to microscopy companies in order to integrate nano-scale mechanical testing with advanced visualization. To learn more about what Nanomechanics is doing worldwide, please visit http://nanomechanicsinc.com/ or contact us at email@example.com.
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