Automated Micrograph Analysis feature article in Advanced Materials and Processes magazine
Advances in software algorithms and design enable automation of microstructure image analysis, leading to cost savings, reduction in measurement variability and access to important metrics...
MIPAR Software enables precise and repeatable quantification of nickel alloy precipitates
Using Mipar, along with a new imaging technique, NASA overcame barriers to accurate image analysis that had frustrated the aerospace materials community for decades...
Software for analyzing microscopic images poised for big market success
To keep up with the high demand for their expert microscopic analysis capabilities, the team at Ohio State’s Center for the Accelerated Maturation of Materials (CAMM) needed a more robust image analysis software...
Probiotic Effects of a Novel Strain, Acinetobacter KU011TH, on the Growth Performance, Immune Responses, and Resistance against Aeromonas hydrophila of …
On the Assessment of Creep Damage Evolution in Nickel-Based Superalloys Through Correlative HR-EBSD and cECCI Studies
Creep damage assessment of ex-service 12% Cr power plant steel using digital image correlation and quantitative microstructural evaluation
Analysis of the Barley Cereal Cyst Nematode Resistance Locus Rha2
Initial Weldability of High Entropy Alloys for High Temperature Applications
Image Segmentation for FIB-SEM Serial Sectioning of a Si/C–Graphite Composite Anode Microstructure Based on Preprocessing and Global Thresholding
Quantitative Characterization of Misfit Dislocations at GaP/Si Heteroepitaxial Interfaces via Electron Channeling Contrast Imaging and Semi-Automated Image …
MIPAR presented at the Materials Science & Technology conference exhibit from October 16-17
Thank you to our valued partners Brook Anco, and to all who stopped by our booth for exciting live demos on your images!