Data Art

Here are a few of our favorite artistic data interpretations.

You may have seen some of these in the MSE calendars, Cameca calendars, or other places!

(Thomas Maulbeck, 2018). “Forest fire”

(Talia Barth, 2018). “the floor is lava”

(Elaina Reese, 2017). Using APT data of Cr clusters in an irradiated Fe-Cr alloy.
(Kathleen Chou, 2017). Using a SEM image of TiO2 nanowires.
(Li-Jen Yu, 2017). Using a SEM image of a fracture APT sample.
“Aligator” (Talia Barth, 2017). Using a SEM image of an oxide scale on a Ni alloy.
“Ocean Cliffs” (Talia Barth, 2017). Using a SEM image of a spalled oxide scale on a Ni alloy.
(Mukesh Bachhav, 2016). Using APT data of Cr clusters in Fe-Cr alloy.
(Peng-Wei Chu, 2015). Using SEM images of corrosion domes formed on a Mg alloy.

 
(Yan Dong, 2014). Using APT data from an oxidized Zr alloy.