AFM team won 2014 National Instruments Engineering Impact Awards

‘Iman Soltani Bozchalooi and Andrew Houck won the Advanced Research category at the 2014 National Instruments Engineering Impact Awards’

Iman Bozchalooi, Andrew Houck and Professor Youcef-Toumi traveled to Austin at the beginning of August to attend the 2014 NIWeek conference. The AFM team’s research work was recognized at NI’s Engineering Impact Awards. This annual competition honors the most innovative applications that use NI products, and received more than 100 submissions this year.

Their research work, titled “Building the World’s Largest Range High-Speed Atomic Force Microscope,” was the winner in the Advanced Research category. Professor Youcef-Toumi spoke about the project at the Thursday Keynote presentation.

Congratulations, AFM team!

More information about the project and keynote presentation can be found at the following links:

Building the World’s Largest Range, High-Speed Atomic Force Microscope: