We have years of experience in transfer printing, mechanics modeling, and micro- and nanomechanical characterization of flexible systems. We work with universities and companies that need assistance in these areas for research and industrial purposes.
We have helped various organizations through the design and execution of experiments, development of finite element mechanics models, and development of processes and software for analyzing experimental data. We enjoy solving small problems with large impacts!
We have access to state-of-the-art characterization equipment in the Nanoscale Imaging and Analysis Center (NAIC) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The equipment in the NAIC is open to external users on a fee-basis. We can help you design your experiments or perform your measurements for you.
Analysis of nanoindentation loading and unloading curves
Probe selection guide for AFM-based nanoindentation
Design of flexible silicon-based sensors
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