Topic

P: Processing and Synthesis

The emphasis of this Topic is the development of new techniques to synthesize materials with desired microstructure-property relation; to understand the physical phenomena that underpin materials synthesis such as diffusion, nucleation, and phase transitions; and to develop in situ monitoring and diagnostic capabilities. The synthesis of complex thin films, nanoscale materials, composites, coatings are just a part of this comprehensive emphasis.


Lecture P09: Wet Processing of Nanostructured Materials
3D Printing of Biocompatible Nanocomposites via Genipin-Chitosan Crosslinking

Dr. Michael Maas Jessica Mainardi Prof. Dr. Kurosch Rezwan

Lecture P05: Materials and processes for thermochemical energy storage
A study on the effects of particle size and crack formation on the hydration kinetics of K2CO3

Ph.D. Max Beving Dr. Arjan Frijns Dr. Camilo Rindt Prof. Dr. David Smeulders

Poster P04: Manipulation of Matter by Electric and Magnetic Fields
Accelerated Mn-Al τ-phase formation induced by electric current assisted annealing

Ph.D. Fernando Maccari Dr. Oskar Till Bernd Stoll Dr. Iliya A. Radulov Dr. Enrico Bruder Dr. Konstantin P. Skokov Thomas Brede Dr. Christine Borchers Prof. Dr. Cynthia A. Volkert Prof. Dr. Christian Elsässer Prof. Dr. Oliver Gutfleisch

Lecture P05: Materials and processes for thermochemical energy storage
Bulk-scale Testing of Pelletized SAPO-34 for Water Adsorption-based Thermal Energy Storage

Dipl.-Ing. Curtis Strong Dr. Ye Carrier Prof. Dr. F. Handan Tezel

Lecture P02: Additive Manufacturing Technologies
Capability of dimensionless enthalpy to describe process limits and boundary conditions in laser powder bed fusion

Theresa Hanemann Christoph Seyfert Dr. Astrid Rota Prof. Dr. Martin Heilmaier

Lecture P09: Wet Processing of Nanostructured Materials
Continuous flow synthesis of patchy particles: Thermal treatment of silica core-particles and the effects of changing surface properties on silver patch growth

Andreas Völkl Muhammad Aziz Ur Rehman Prof. Dr. Robin N. Klupp Taylor

Lecture P04: Manipulation of Matter by Electric and Magnetic Fields
Current rate controlled flash sintering of Gadolinium doped ceria with tailored microstructure

Dr. Martin Bram Tarini Prasad Mishra Dr. Rubens Ingraci Neto Prof. Dr. Rishi Raj Prof. Dr. Olivier Guillon

Lecture P05: Materials and processes for thermochemical energy storage
Development of salt hydrate based thermochemical energy storage systems for use in building applications

Ruby-Jean Clark Prof. Mohammed Farid Dr. Abbas Mehrabadi

Lecture P09: Wet Processing of Nanostructured Materials
Dielectric properties of nanostructured polymer-metal films

Roman Buchheit Dr. Lola González-García Prof. Dr. Tobias Kraus

Poster P04: Manipulation of Matter by Electric and Magnetic Fields
Dry field-assisted ion exchange of silver in amorphous and crystalline systems

Dr. Mattia Biesuz Paolo Giopato Prof. Gian Domenico Sorarù Prof. Vincenzo M. Sglavo

Lecture P02: Additive Manufacturing Technologies
Effect of Processing Parameters on Defect Formation and Aluminum Content of a β-solidifying Titanium Aluminide Alloy generated by selective electron beam melting (SEBM)

Dipl.-Ing. Juliane Moritz Mirko Teschke Dr. Axel Marquardt Julius Hendl Daniel Kotzem Dr. Elena López Prof. Dr. Frank Brueckner Prof. Dr. Frank Walther Prof. Dr. Christoph Leyens

Lecture P04: Manipulation of Matter by Electric and Magnetic Fields
Electric field-enhanced superplastic flow and microstructure development in TZP

Prof. Hidehiro Yoshida Yamato Sasaki Dr. Hiroshi Masuda Dr. Koji Morita Prof. Takahisa Yamamoto

Lecture P04: Manipulation of Matter by Electric and Magnetic Fields
Electrode dependent Joule heating during flash processes in soda lime silicate glass

Dr. Mattia Biesuz Mattia Cipriani Prof. Gian Domenico Sorarù Prof. Vincenzo M. Sglavo

Lecture P04: Manipulation of Matter by Electric and Magnetic Fields
Electromigration effects on atomic migration barriers in hard magnetic L1_0 intermetallic phases

Dr. Oskar Till Prof. Christian Elsässer Fernando Maccari Prof. Oliver Gutfleisch

Lecture P05: Materials and processes for thermochemical energy storage
Enhancement for reactivity of magnesium hydroxide and structural analysis for chemical heat storage

Ryo Kurosawa Dr. Junichi Ryu

Lecture P04: Manipulation of Matter by Electric and Magnetic Fields
Flash sintering of Al2O3-8YSZ composites

Dr. Mattia Biesuz Andrea Ometto Prof. Vincenzo M. Sglavo

Lecture P08: Synthesis, Processing and Properties of Polymeric Materials
Flexible gold nanoparticle-polystyrene hybrids for photo-induced healing

Prof. Kathy Lu Lingchen Kong Rezawana Islam Dr. Yi Je Cho

Lecture P04: Manipulation of Matter by Electric and Magnetic Fields
High temperature deformation behavior of polycrystalline zirconia under electric current

Dr. Koji Morita Prof. Hidehiro Yoshida Dr. Byung-Nam Kim

Lecture P05: Materials and processes for thermochemical energy storage
Hydration and dehydration of thermochemical materials

Lian Blijlevens Prof. Dr. Elias Vlieg Dr. Hugo Meekes

Lecture P05: Materials and processes for thermochemical energy storage
Identification of new phase change materials in multicomponent systems

Dipl.-Ing. Bruno Reis Prof. Dr. Klaus Hack Dr. Moritz to Baben

Lecture P02: Additive Manufacturing Technologies
Improving surface roughness and mechanical properties of Maraging Steel processed by Laser Powder Bed Fusion

Samira Gruber Clara Weber Mirko Riede Dr. Elena Lopez Prof. Dr. Frank Brückner Prof. Dr. Christoph Leyens

Lecture P02: Additive Manufacturing Technologies
Influence of post-processing on 17-4 PH printed via Fused Deposition Modelling of Metals

Carolin Creson Prof. Dr. Sebastian Weber

Lecture P02: Additive Manufacturing Technologies
Influence of processing parameters on the microstructure and magnetic properties of additively manufactured FeSi6.7 soft magnetic components

Torsten Kunert Tim Schubert Dr. Timo Bernthaler Prof. Dr. Dagmar Goll Prof. Dr. Gerhard Schneider

Lecture P02: Additive Manufacturing Technologies
Integration of pure copper to optimize heat dissipation in injection mould inserts using laser powder deposition

Stefan Polenz Christian Kolbe Dr. Tobias Gustmann Dr. Elena López Prof. Dr. Frank Brückner Prof. Dr. Christoph Leyens Dr. Florian Bittner

Poster P04: Manipulation of Matter by Electric and Magnetic Fields
Investigating the origin of magnetic uniaxial anisotropy in cobalt ferrite induced by Spark Plasma Sintering

Dr.-Ing. Alex Aubert Fernando Maccari Dr. Iliya Radulov Prof. Dr. Oliver Gutfleisch

Poster P08: Synthesis, Processing and Properties of Polymeric Materials
Investigation and Prevention of the Aging Mechanism of Silicone Molds for Vacuum Casting

Jan Biedinger Dr. Natalie Frese Alexander Heide Martin Wortmann Prof. Dr. Bruno Hüsgen Prof. Dr. Armin Gölzhäuser Prof. Dr. Günter Reiss

Lecture P08: Synthesis, Processing and Properties of Polymeric Materials
Metallacarboranes for Electric materials

Prof. Francesc Teixidor Prof. Dr. Clara Viñas Prof. Dr. Vicente Compañ

Lecture P04: Manipulation of Matter by Electric and Magnetic Fields
Microstructure and mechanical properties upon electrically assisted deformation of magnesium alloys

Dr. Gregory Gerstein Eugen Demler Dr. Stefan Zaefferer Prof. Dr. Hans Jürgen Maier

Lecture P09: Wet Processing of Nanostructured Materials
Modern Inorganic Aerogels

Prof. Dr. Alexander Eychmüller

Lecture P05: Materials and processes for thermochemical energy storage
Molecular simulations of salt hydrates for thermochemical energy storage

Koen Heijmans Dr. Silvia Nedea Prof. David Smeulders

Lecture P05: Materials and processes for thermochemical energy storage
Neutrons for Thermochemical Heat Storage System Modeling

Ph.D. Anastasiia Karabanova Perizat Berdiyeva Prof. Kenneth Dahl Knudsen Prof. Rune E. Johnsen Prof. Michel van der Pal Prof. Stefano Deledda Dr. Saman Nimali Gunasekara Prof. Didier Blanchard

Lecture P06: Molecular Preparative Approaches to Functional Materials
Pseudomorphic Conversion of Cellulose-based Paper to C/SiFeN Ceramic Paper – A Case Study

Alexander Ott Johannes Peter Dr. Cong Zhou Prof. Dr. Hans-Joachim Kleebe Prof. Dr. Ralf Riedel Dr. Emanuel Ionescu

Poster P05: Materials and processes for thermochemical energy storage
Reactivity enhancement of Ca(OH)2 with Li-salt for thermo-chemical energy storage

Dr. Junichi Ryu Aya Maruyama Ryo Kurosawa

Lecture P05: Materials and processes for thermochemical energy storage
Real time visualisation and analysis of nano coated Ca(OH)2 granules for thermochemical storage

Aldo Cosquillo Dr. Matthias Schmidt Dr. Marc Linder

Lecture P06: Molecular Preparative Approaches to Functional Materials
Resistive C/SiCX (X = O, N) Ceramic Nanocomposite Coatings Prepared from Preceramic Polymers

Emmanuel Ricohermoso Prof. Dr. Ralf Riedel Dr. Emanuel Ionescu

Lecture P02: Additive Manufacturing Technologies
Selective laser melting of metals optimized by deep learning

Dr.-Ing. Konrad Kosiba Da-Seul Shin Chi-Hun Lee Dr. Uta Kühn Prof. Dr. Seung-Chul Lee Prof. Dr. Seong-Jin Park Dr. Holger Schwab Dr. Sergio Scudino

Lecture P09: Wet Processing of Nanostructured Materials
Shaping surface potentials for the transport and assembly of nanoscale objects

Dr. Heiko Wolf Dr. Francesca Ruggeri Dr. Christian Schwemmer Kirstin Kochems Mirko Stauffer Dr. Patrick Bosshart Prof. Dr. Dimitrios Fotiadis Dr. Armin Knoll

Lecture P03: Innovative processes for recycling of technology materials
Simulation of the pyrometallurgical recovery of technology elements in the TSL (top submerged lance) smelting of lead

Dr.-Ing. Joao Luiz Rezende Rudolph Francois van Schalkwyk Dr. Moritz to Baben Prof. Dr. Markus Reuter

Lecture P05: Materials and processes for thermochemical energy storage
Solid-gas reactions for thermochemical energy storage

Prof. Dr. Peter Weinberger Dr. Danny Müller Georg Gravogl

Lecture P09: Wet Processing of Nanostructured Materials
The molecular origin of electrical conductivity in hybrid inkjet-printable nanoinks

Indra Backes Juraj Drzic Dr. Lola González-García Prof. Dr. Tobias Kraus

Lecture P05: Materials and processes for thermochemical energy storage
Unique properties of thermochemical materials and their impact on thermochemical systems

Dr. Marc Linder

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