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Scanning Probe Recognition Microscopy Investigation of the Elastic Properties of Tissue Scaffolding
 

Summary: Scanning Probe Recognition Microscopy Investigation of the
Elastic Properties of Tissue Scaffolding
Q. Chen1
, Y. Fan1
, V.M. Ayres1
, L. Udpa1
, M.S. Schindler1
and A. F. Rice2
1
Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 48824
2
Veeco Metrology Group, Santa Barbara, CA 93117
ABSTRACT
Scanning Probe Recognition Microscopy is a new scanning probe capability under
development within our group to reliably return to and directly interact with a specific nanoscale
feature of interest, without the use of a zoom box with its thermal drift and local origin
difficulties. It is a recognition-driven and learning approach, made possible through combining
SPM piezoelectric implementation with on-line image processing and dynamically adaptive
learning algorithms. Segmentation plus a recognized pattern is implemented within a scan plan
and used to guide the tip in a recognition-driven return to a specific site.

  

Source: Ayres, Virginia - Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Michigan State University

 

Collections: Materials Science; Biology and Medicine