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Published on November 3, 2016
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The winner of the Picture of the month contest for October is Solène Comby with her Halloween Teddy Bear.

Halloween teddy bear Solène Comby octobre2016

Halloween teddy bear Solène Comby octobre2016

In-situ SEM nanoindentation is a powerfull technique to investigate the mechanical behavior of submicrometric objects. In this picture, a solid phase dewetted gold island on sapphire has been indented several times in a scanning electronic microscope, until a so cute Halloween Teddy Bear was obtained. Behind this funny picture is the evidence of the great spatial precision which can be reached with the in-situ SEM nanoindenter developped in the SIMaP lab. This is also a nice illustration of the expression:"A sword of Damocles hangs over head"...
 
About the author: Solène Comby is a PhD student in the Physics of Metals group. Her PhD, funded by the labex CEMAM, is entitled as "Development and applications of a characterization tool based on local measurement of mechancial, electrical and microstructure properties".

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Written by Muriel Braccini

Date of update November 3, 2016

Communauté Université Grenoble Alpes
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