Agenda

PRELIMINARY AGENDA
of the
International Spring School on Forefront Alloys and Advanced Materials for Extreme Conditions
 
Day 1 | Monday, May 15th 2017
 

Time

Title

08.30-09.00

Registrations

09.00-09.30

Introduction and official presentation

ADVANCED MATERIALS FOR AEROSPACE & SPACE

09.30-10.15

Introduction of new material in space - qualification testing needsMichael Scheerer

10.15-11.00

European Space Agency – Lecturer TBC

11.00-11.15

Coffee Break & Poster Session

11.15-12.00

Current advances and emerging needs in aeronautical materials: could nanocrystalline alloys offer the desired breakthrough? Spiros Pantelakis

12.00-12.45

Space engineering – process of satellite hardware developmentTamás Barczy

12.45-13.30

Qualification of brazing of SiC materials for spatial applicationsValerie Chaumat

13.30-15.00

Lunch

15.00-15.30

Poster Session

15.30-16.15

Material developments for space applications – Pal Barczy

ADVANCED MATERIALS UNDER EXTREME CONDITIONS

16.15-17.00

Benefit of extreme pressure in materials sciencesAlain Largeteau

17.00-17.45

High temperature corrosion in extreme environments focusing on different HTF's such as liquid lead and molten salt - Peter Szakálos

17.45-18.30

Best available methods for developing ceramic coatings for high temperature applicationsMotoc Adrian Mihail

18.30-19.15

Materials consolidation by high pressure in solid and liquid medium for extreme conditions Mythili Prakasam

19.15-20.30

Free time at the Resort

20:30

Buffet dinner

Day 2 | Tuesday, May 16th 2017

Time

Title

PRODUCTION, PROPERTIES, ADVANCED TESTING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF FOREFRONT SUPERMATERIALS

08.30-09.15

Toward frictionless engineering surfaceTomas Polcar

09.15-10.00

Micro-Manufacturing Engineering and TechnologyYi Qin

10.00-10.45

Advanced Ceramics for Energy and Nanomechanical Methods for in-situ characterization and residual stress estimateAntonio Rinaldi

10.45-11.00

Coffee Break & Poster Session

11.00-11.45

Potentials and limits of novel severe plastic deformation techniques applied to metallic materials Marcello Cabbibo

11.45-12.30

Corrosion tests for metals and alloysMichele Mascia & Annalisa Vacca

12.30-13.00

Poster Session

13.00-14:00

Lunch

TRANSDISCIPLINARY EDUCATION

14.00-14.15

General introduction to circular economy, efficiency of resources and sustainability of  Advanced Materials – Santiago Cuesta-López

14.15-14.45

Methods and importance of assessing the safety and environmental compatibility of new materialsLorena Romero-Santacreu

14.45-15.30

Chemical synthesis of advanced materials with design functionalities for biomedical applicationsRoxana M. Piticescu

15.30-16.15

From Impact to Business: Fundamentals of understanding ‘Impact’ in the H2020 contextAndrea Kurz

16.15-17.00

European Funding Opportunities for young researchers - Marina Urbina

17.00-18.00

Lecturers vs Students free scientific debate

18.00-21.00

Free time at the Resort

21.00

Social Event & Joint Dinner - Best poster award

 
Day 3 | Wednesday, May 17th 2017
 

Time

Title

THEORETICAL UNDERSTANDING OF ADVANCED MATERIALS

08.30-09.15

Multiscale modelling as a successful tool for exploring forefront materials under extreme conditions - Santiago Cuesta-López

09.15-10.00

Multiscale modelling of multifunctional nanocomposites: Identification of parameters influencing the mechanical, electrical and thermal properties – Konstantinos Tserpes

10.00-10.45

Application of the nano-Calphad method to select stable binary nano-grained alloysGeorge Kaptay

10.45-11.00

Coffee Break & Poster Session

11.00-11.45

Thermodynamical model for the discovery of stable nc  alloysAntonio Locci

CLOSURE

12.00-14.30

Lunch

 

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 713514.

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