Materials Group Lunch Seminar Schedule for 2019


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 Cristian Torres.


date speaker title, topic, comments
18 Jan. 10:00 Peter Hosemann (University of California, Berkeley) Synergies and differences between Helium implantation and displacement damage in metals: Mechanical properties and micro structure
18 Jan. 10:00 Gilbert Henaff (Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Mécanique et d'Aérotechnique) Analysis of complex load-shape signals on environmentally-assisted cracking during low-cycle fatigue in PWR environment of a 304L stainless steel
7 Feb. Catalina The Scanning Kelvin Probe method: tracking local electrochemistry in-situ
14 Feb. Jon Otto Fossum (NTNU Physics) Clay Physics
28 Feb. Iman Corrosion of Additively Manufactured Alloys, current status and future trends
14 Mar. Wahyu A tribological study of ionic liquids as boundary additives in water and oil base lubricants
25 Apr. Roy Effect of Cathodic Polarisation on Corrosion Properties of 25Cr duplex stainless steel in Seawater
9 May Aslan Origin of Elinvar and Invar properties in shape memory alloys; insights from Neutron diffractions and first principles calculations
16 May 12:00 Ozden Ochoa (Texas A&M) Multifunctional-Multiscale Attempts & Assumptions in an Anisotropic World
16 May 12:30 Florian Hausen (Forschungszentrum Jülich) Electrochemical Atomic Force Microscopy - Revealing small scale effects in Tribology and Energy Storage
23 May Ehsan
27 May David
6 June Robin
22 Aug.
5 Sept.
19 Sept.
3 Oct.
17 Oct.
31 Oct.
14 Nov.
28 Nov.
12 Dec.


The list for 2018
The list for 2017