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Mr. Sergey Kitan with the scan «Lady spirit»
Mr. Sergey Kitan with the scan «Lady spirit»

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NT-MDT Co. is glad to announce that the first stage of ProIMAGE Contest 2010 has come to the end!

The winner of NOVEMBER in ProIMAGE Contest 2010

Zelenograd, Moscow | Posted on December 29th, 2010

In November NT-MDT Co. received 66 interesting scans from all over the world! And according to the open on-line voting the winner of November became Mr. Sergey Kitan with the AFM-image «Lady spirit».

Sergey Kitan graduated from physicotechnical faculty of Far Eastern National University in 2003 specializing in "Microelectronics and semiconductors".

Now Sergey researches atomic processes of metal-semiconductor nanostructures based on metals, silicides and Si in Physics departure. His scientific interests are oriented to the research of electronic, optical and morphological characteristics of transition metals on Si thin-film nanophases by spectroscopy and SPM methods. The laboratory of the University equipped with NTEGRA Spectra and SOLVER P47.

The top-10 best AFM-scans in November became:

1. Mr. Sergey Kitan with the scan «Lady spirit»

Organization: The Institute of Automation and Control Processes, Russia
Scan size: 10x10 um
Probes used: NSG10

2. Dr. Konstantin Bulakh with the scan «Under water»

Organization: Moscow Institute of Physics and Technologies, Russia
Scan size: 20x20 um
Probes used: DCP11

3. Ms. Clare Harvey with the scan «Unexpected Snow»

Organization:Utrecht University, Holland
Scan size: 20x20 um
Probes used: VIT_P

4. Ms. Iuliana Stoica with the scan «Polyazomethine nanoparticles»

Organization: "Petru Poni" Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry, Romania
Scan size: 2x2 um
Probes used: NSG10

5. Dr. Yun Gao and Jingbi You with the scan «Sea Flower»

Organization: Institute of Semiconductors, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Scan size: 2x2 um
Probes used: NSG11

6. Ms. Alexandra Sertsova with the scan «Nanofibers»

Organization: Moscow State Textile University 'A.N. Kosygin', Russia
Scan size: 13x13 um
Probes used: NSG10

7. Ms. Liliana Laura Badita with the scan «Romanian Carpathians»

Organization: National Institute of Research and Development in Mechatronics and Measurement Technique, Romania
Scan size: 1x1 um
Probes used: NSG11

8. Mr. Sergey Kitan with the scan «Entropy»

Organization: The Institute of Automation and Control Processes, Russia
Scan size: 1x1 um
Probes used: NSG10

9. Dr. Konstantin Bulakh with the scan «Snowflake»

Organization: Moscow Institute of Physics and Technologies
Scan size: 12x7.5 um
Probes used: DCP11

10. Mr. Alexey Kirillov with the scan «Starry sky»

Organization: Far Eastern Federal University, Russia
Scan size: 9x9 um
Probes used: NSG10/Pt NSG03

As a result NT-MDT Co. has TOP-40 the best SPM-images. In the final TOP-40 will be judged by an international Jury. All the scans will be judged on the basis of scientific quality, originality, imagination, visual impact and will be estimated at five-grade scale.

The authors of the best images selected by the Jury will receive the certificates as follows:

USD 2500 (First prize)
USD 1500 (Second prize)
USD 1000 (Third prize)!

NT-MDT Co. wishes everyone Marry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Participate in our future contests and win!

See all the images here:

www.ntmdt.com/press-releases/view/the-winner-of-november-in-proimage-contest-2010

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