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By Daniel Kiracofe1, John Melcher1, Arvind Raman1, Sudharsan Balasubramaniam1, Steven Douglas Johnson1, Shuiqing Hu1
1. Purdue University
A suite of dynamic AFM simulators for air/liquid/vacuum on soft or hard samples.
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Version 2.1.12 - published on 31 Oct 2014
doi:10.4231/D32R3NX9S cite this
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09 Dec 2009
5.0 out of 5 stars
VEDA was of great help in understanding the concepts presented during the lectures in ME597 (Fundamentals of AFM) course.
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Alexander Xavier Cartagena
03 Dec 2009
Simulations tools like VEDA give experimentalist and graduate students a better understanding of AFM operation. The quantitative information that this tool provide gives initial intuitions and insight of fails without having to spend hours trying to figure out what happens.
03 Dec 2009
There is so much information stored within this tool! It really helps to visualize the response of changing one or more parameters without having to run multiple experiments.
01 Dec 2009
Excellent tool to understand how every parameter affects AFM characterization of different samples. It really helps to understand AFM concepts.
17 Nov 2009
The Fall 2009 semester was the first time ME 597 (Fundamentals of AFM) was taught, and I took this class. The VEDA tool, on nanoHUB, was an excellent resource for \“driving home\” many of the concepts presented during lecture, especially when we got into the different modes of AFM operation. I hope nanoHUB keeps this tool around for a very long time because I plan to use it in my thesis work