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Welcome to the regular open seminar Faculty of Materials Science and Ceramics. The seminars are interdisciplinary and are held under the theme "The role of science for the development of civilization." We invite interested persons to participate in the seminar.

 

 

SEMINAR 2017

 

24 October 2017

Dr. Ghanshyam Singh Associate Professor,

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering, Malaviya National Institute of Technology Jaipur

"Photonic Integrated Devices and Systems: Technology for next Generation Telecom Networks"

 

23 June 2017

Prof. Aydogan Ozcan

California NanoSystems Institute, University of California, Los Angeles

"Mobile Microscopy, Sensing and Diagnostic through

Computational Photonics"

 

31 May 2017

Dr. H. Hoe Tan

Department Head of Electronic Materials Engineering, Research School of Physics and Engineering, The Australian National University

"Semiconductor nano wires for optoelectronic and energy applications"

 

SEMINAR 2016

 

9 December 2016

Prof. Janina Molenda, Faculty of Energy and Fuels AGH

"Engineering electron states by the search for new properties of materials for Li-ion and Na-ion"

 

4 November 2016

Prof. Marek Faryna, Institute of Metallurgy and Materials Science in Krakow

"Diffraction of backscattered electrons as a research tool for the analysis of the distribution of the grain boundaries in the three-dimensional space"

 

16 June 2016

Prof. Véronique Larreta- Garde, Institut des Matériaux, Cergy-Pontoise University, the University of Paris Seine, France

"Ephemeral biogels: from dynamical models are scaffolds for tissue regeneration and controlled drug delivery"

 

20 May 2016 

Adrian Harris, Micro Materials Ltd, UK

"Nanomechanical testing to 950 ºC"

 

13 May 2016 

Dr. Jean-Marc Breguet Institute EMPA in Switzerland

"Research capabilities of Alemnis nanoindenter instrument with in-situ SEM imaging"

 

12 April 2016

Prof. Akira Yoshiasa, Graduate School of Science and Tech., Kumamoto University, Japan

"Detail structure and chemical bonding of advanced material characterization using synchrotron radiation under high-pressure and high-temperature: the usefulness of the synchrotron XRD and XAFS experiments"

 

11 March 2016

Prof. Andrzej Stokłosa, Cracow University of Technology. Tadeusz Kosciuszko, Faculty of Chemical Engineering and Technology

"Balance defective in metal oxides 3d pure and doped. History and new possibilities for interpreting the electrical conductivity"

 

29 February 2016

Dr. Oden L. Warren, President and Chief Technology Officer, Hysitron, Inc.

"Latest trends in nanomechanical testing"  

 

17 February 2016

Dr. Pascal Mimero EI. CESI – Centre de Lyon, Département Mastères Spécialisés

"3D Technologies, new R&D trends to meet the market and industrial needs"

 

SEMINAR 2015

 

11 December 2015

Prof. Janusz Boratyński Institute of Immunology and Experimental Therapy

"Prospects of applications of ceramic materials containing boron in the boron-neutron cancer therapy (BNCT)"

 

9 December 2015

Prof. Jacek Banas Faculty of Foundry Engineering, AGH

"Corrosion of iron alloys in a H2O-CO2-H2S; materials problems installing gas and geothermal "

 

21 October 2015

Prof. Pawel Zieba Institute of Metallurgy and Materials Science in Krakow

"Processes nanodyfuzji during the transition phase for migrating grain boundaries"

 

3 July 2015

Prof. Paul J. Kulesza, Department of Chemistry, University of Warsaw,

"Nanostructured electrochemical systems, and photovoltaic biocatalytic for analytical purposes and generating energy"

 

19 June 2015

Prof. Ewa Piórkowska, Centre of Molecular and Macromolecular Sciences in Lodz,

"Progress in understanding the crystallization of polymers"

 

15 May 2015

Prof. Caijun Shi, College of Civil Engineering, Hunan University, Changsha, China,

„Geopolymer: Current Status and Challenges”

 

13 May 2015

Dr Andrzej Królikowski, Department of Chemistry, Warsaw University of Technology,

"The use of impedance measurements in the studies of the steel-concrete"

 

23 January 2015

Prof. Juri Grin, Max Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids, Dresden,

"Anisotropy and homogeneity of chemical bonding and thermoelectric ability of materials"