Organised by Brno University of Technology and CSNMT - Czech Society for New Materials and Technologies MSMF-9 will be focused on fundamental relations between structural and mechanical characteristics of materials. Papers dealing with structure and damage modelling based on atomistic and micromechanistic approaches are particularly welcome.
Atomistic studies on deformation and fracture; Deformation and fracture models based on crystal defects behaviour; Mathematical modelling microstructure, deformation and fracture; Multiaxial deformation and fracture, experiment and modelling; Nanomaterials: technology, microstructure, mechanical properties, modelling; Biomaterials: microstructure, mechanical properties, modelling; Surface and interface microstructure and properties; Advanced experimental and theoretical methods for microstructure investigation; Experimental studies on the relation between microstructure and mechanical properties; Micromechanisms of fracture and fatigue (sub-conference ESIS TC2).
Exactly 30 years after its first occurence in Paris, the triennal international conference IIB on « Intergranular and Interphase Boundaries in Materials » will take place again in Paris, at the École Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Paris.
The IIB Conferences represent a unique international forum bringing together the specialists working in different areas of Interface Science. Researchers that otherwise are mainly focused on their scientific domain have a unique opportunity to exchange their views and ideas with colleagues investigating the different aspects of interfacial behavior. Read more
Organised by SF2M - Société Française de Métallurgie et des Matériaux - Posted on 16 November 2018
The course will provide knowledge in the field of nanoanalysis by presenting new results from fundamental research as well as application-specific solutions. An integral part of the course is a practical lab training in small groups in the following fields of research:
scanning electron microscopy / focused ion beam technique
micro- and nanomechanical characterization techniques
Thiis new course is intended for individuals who wish to expand their knowledge in the field of materials development and materials characterization for process control and reliability engineering and particularly in the use of new approaches of artificial intelligence. The subjects covered in this course extend from materials science and materials analysis as well as machine learning and neuronal networks for data analysis to the current challenges in industry, particularly in process monitoring and quality assurance Read more
Organised by DGM - Deutsche Gesellschaft für Materialkunde - Posted on 10 March 2019