Webinar 8: High-Temperature Nanoindentation
Webinar 8: Key Technology, Techniques, Applications, and Resources
Hysitron is pleased to announce its eighth webinar titled "High-Temperature Nanoindentation". This is presented in partnership with Materials Today (Elsevier) and is scheduled for July 26th, 2011.
Next-generation materials research is highly dependent on the development and application of innovative nanomechanical testing techniques. The utilization of nanoindentation at elevated temperatures is a growing area of research used to accurately determine nanoscale mechanical or tribological behavior at, or near, a material's operating or processing temperatures. These hybrid techniques are extremely valuable for quantitatively determining temperature-dependent mechanical properties and conducting incipient plasticity, creep, phase transformation and glass transition studies.
This webinar provides and overview of recent advances in elevated temperature nanoindentation and highlights several application areas.
Discover first-hand what Hysitron's suite of nanomechanical testing techniques can do to expand your research and development capabilities in this complimentary educational webinar. See how Hysitron is redefining the world of elevated temperature nanomechanical testing.
Webinar Highlights include:
- Dr. Andrea Hodge, Assistant Professor, University of Southern
- Dr. Christopher Schuh, Professor, Massachusetts Institute of
• Live Q & A session following the webinar presentation.
• Details on nanomechanical testing techniques, highlighted by
Benefits of participating in this webinar:
• Exposure to innovative nanomechanical testing techniques in
• Enhanced knowledge of the background and future of
nanoindentation based techniques.
• Access to Hysitron's Science Direct Microsite, which allows
attendees to download free copies of papers highlighted in this
webinar, along with other related Science Direct research papers.
Points to Note:
• Webinar registration is free. Please sign up here.
• After the live webinar, the recorded presentation will be
made available in different languages.
• Please feel free to contact us before and/or after the webinar
with questions or comments.
• For more information on testing at elevated temperatures,
We look forward to your participation in the webinar!
Your Hysitron Team