Materials Group Lunch Seminar Schedule for 2018


These informal seminars are every other week on thursday at 12:00 -- 13:00, in room 216, Perleporten. For details and to volunteer (someone) as a speaker contact Astrid de Wijn or Szymon Bernat.


date speaker title, topic, comments
11 Jan. 11:30 Anette and Brage Research exchange during the PhD - practical aspects and benefits
24 Jan. 10:30 Kim Verbeken (Ghent University) Understanding the interaction between a steel microstructure and hydrogen: the key to develop more hydrogen resistant materials
1 Feb. Sarah Hallerberg (Hamburg) Data based prediction of extreme events, critical transitions and critical links in networks
7 Feb. 12:00 Cynthia Volkert (Goettingen) Controlling friction at nanoscale sliding contacts
7 Feb. 12:45 Alexander Hartmaier (Bochum) Atomistically informed continuum models of deformation and failure
15 Feb. Eivind Bering (NTNU physics) Molecular dynamics simulations of polymeric fiber bundles
1 Mar. Rasoul Khaledialidusti The Oil Recovery Process
15 Mar. 12:15 Berend Smit (EPFL) The Materials Genome in Action: understanding the mechanical properties of metal organic frameworks (joint seminar with Applied Theoretical Chemistry)
22 Mar. Motz (Saarbruecken) the Influence of grain boundaries on fatigue damage evolution studied by micro fatigue tests
12 Apr. Xiaofei Guo (Aachen) Improving hydrogen embrittlement resistance by microstructure optimisation -- examples from advanced high strength steels
19 Apr. Andrejs Hygrothermal Aging of Amine Epoxy
24 Apr. Vasily Efremenko (Ukraine) Structure, mechanical and tribological behavior of Fe-C-based alloyed compositions
3 May
24 May
7 June Degang Xie (Jiaotong University)


The list for 2017