Scientific Co-operation

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The list of bilateral scientific co-operation being in progress at the
Institute of Metallurgy and Materials Sciences of the Polish Academy of Sciences.

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SUBJECT/co-ordinator

Foreign partner

 1

 FRANCE

1a

Investigations of structure and properties of materiale for nuclear industry

prof. Henryk Paul

Laboratoire Physico-Chimie des Solides, Universite  de  Paris- Sud,   Orsay

dr Thierry Baudin

 2

 RUSSIA


2a

Phase transitions in Al-alloys driven by the severe plastic deformation (2011-2013)

prof. Paweł Zięba

Institute of Solid State Physics Russian Academy of Sciences.

prof. Boris Straumal

 

2b

The influence of the intensive deformation on the structure and physical properties of intermetallic phases of close packed structure and amorphous phases.

prof. Tomasz Czeppe

Institute for Metal Superplasticity Problems Russian Academy of Science.

prof. Galia Korznikowa



2c

 

The use of the severe plastic deformation for formation of the submicrocrystalline and nanocrystalline structure in the Al-base, and Mg-base alloys

prof. Jan Dutkiewicz

Baikov Institute of Metallurgy and Materials Science of the Russian Academy of Science.

prof. Lazar Rokhlin

 3

 SLOVAKIA

 

3a

Acoustic and intensive strain methods in the investigations of Mg -Li alloys and composites subjected to channel-die compression.

dr Andrzej Piątkowski

Institute of Materials and Machine Mechanics SAV, Bratysława

dr Stanislav Kudela

 4

 UKRAINE

4a

X-ray structural diagnostic of corrosion processes in electrodeposited zinc-based alloys.

dr Zbigniew Świątek

Institute for Applied Problems of Mechanics and Mathematics NASU.

prof. Stepan Kiyak

 

 5

 HUNGARY

5a

Application of advanced elektron microscopy techniques for characterization of nano-composite coatings

prof. Jerzy Morgiel

Research Institute for Technical Physics and Materials Science HAS.

dr Janos Labar

 6

 NETHERLANDS

6a

Lead-free interconnects for high temperature application manufactured using transient liquid chase bonding.

prof. Paweł Zięba

Eindhoven University of Technology

Laboratory of Materials and Interface Chemistry

dr A. Kodentsov

 

 7

 SPAIN

 

7a

Analysis of crystallographic orientations and microstructure, X-ray texture tomography, and stress evaluation applied for understanding the mechanisms occurring during mineralization processes of advanced bio-materials

prof. Jan Bonarski

University of Granada,

prof. A. Checa

prof. A.R. Navarro

 

 7b

Development of novel magnetic shape memory alloys

prof. Jan Dutkiewicz

University of Balearic Islads, Department of Physics
prof. Eduard Cesari

 

 8

 CANADA


8a

Application of a new method of simultaneous measurement of surface tension, density and viscosity for use in soldering materials and new alloys for the automotive industry. (2008-2013)

prof. Władysław Gąsior

Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering,University of Alberta

prof. H.Henein

 

8b

Struktura i własności nanokryształów stosowanych w przemyśle maszynowym, lotniczym i jako biomateriały (2009-2014)

prof. Jan Dutkiewicz

University of Saskatchewan, College of Engineering

prof. Jerzy Szpunar

 

9

BULGARIA

9a

Amorphous metallic alloys-relaxation, viscous flow, crystallization, mechanical and other properties for their application.

prof. Tomasz Czeppe

Institute for Metal Science, Equipment and Technologies "Acad. A. Balevski" with Hydroaerodynamics Centre

Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

prof. Krassimir Russew

 10

 AUSTRIA

 10a

Rozwój biomimetycznych cienkich warstw dla urządzeń wspomagania serca: nowe strategie bazujące na próżniowym nanoszeniu samoorganizujących się biomateriałów (2012-2014)

dr inż. Roman Major

Joanneum Research Forschungsges.m.b.H Laser Center Leoben

dr Jurgen M. Lackner

 

 11

 GREAT BRITAIN

 11a

Metal base composites prepared using powder metallurgy and semisolid forming methods

(2012-2014)

prof. Jan Dutkiewicz

University of Leicester

Mechanics of Materials Reseach Group

Prof. Helen Atkinson