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Our main focus is on working as a partner with instrument manufacturers worldwide, in the fields of surface metrology and microscopy. Mountains® software is now offered by the majority of profilometer and microscope manufacturers and is embedded in their equipment or available as an option.
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Application areas include: automotive, materials science, semiconductors, medical, aerospace, MEMS, renewable energy, etc.
The Institute of Electronics, Microelectronics and Nanotechnology (IEMN) in France recently completed the “Dirac III-V” project investigating ways of producing Dirac electrons (electrons without any mass). This project called for the use of many different fabrication methods as well as a software program capable of bringing together and processing the different kinds of datasets generated.
A team of researchers at King’s College London worked on ways to improve the understanding of the erosive tooth wear process, and also investigated innovative techniques for clinicians to monitor and treat it.
Dive into our free online surface metrology guide and learn how to characterize surface texture in 2D and 3D using the right parameters and filters
The GPS matrix is a convenient way of classifying standards in the various chain links of the specification-verification chain. François Blateyron provides further explanations.