L. SchultzTechnische Universitat Dresden DRESDEN-concept e V, Germany Email L. Schultz
The University of Tokyo Graduate School of Engineering Faculty of Engineering Department of Materials Engineering, 7-3-1, Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, 113-865, Bunkyo-Ku, Japan Email Eiji Abe Microstructures of alloys, Phase transformations in alloys, Electron microscopy (TEM/STEM), X-ray/electron diffraction, Crystallography of alloys/inorganic compounds
Jennifer AitkenDuquesne University Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, 600 Forbes Avenue, 308 Mellon Hall, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15282, United States Email Jennifer AitkenSolid-state chemistry, flux synthesis, chalcogenides, nonlinear optical materials, thermoelectrics, single crystal X-ray diffraction, powder X-ray diffraction, semiconductors
Livio BattezzatiUniversity of Turin Department of Chemistry, via Pietro Giuria 7, 10126, Torino, Italy Email Livio Battezzati Thermodynamics of alloys, phase transformations in alloys, solidification, non-equilibrium processing, metallic glasses, metastable compounds, quasicrystals, high temperature alloys, high entropy alloys, nanoporous metals by alloy corrosion. metal oxidation.
Jurgen BuschowUniversity of Amsterdam Van der Waals-Zeeman Institute, Postbus 94485, 1098 XH, Amsterdam, Netherlands Email Jurgen Buschow Solid State Physics; Magnetism; Physical Metallurgy;
The University of Sydney, Sydney, 2006, New South Wales, Australia Email Yuan Chen
Lawrence CookCatholic University of America Department of Materials Science and Engineering, 620 Michigan Ave., Washington, District of Columbia, 20064, United States Email Lawrence Cook High temperature materials, Mechanical properties, Phase equilibria, Thermal analysis
Dmitry G. EskinBrunel University Brunel Centre for Advanced Solidification Technology, UB8 3PH, Uxbridge, United Kingdom Email Dmitry G. Eskin Light metals and alloys; Metal-matrix composites; Phase diagrams; Phase transformations; Solidification.
Huiqing FanNorthwestern Polytechnical University School of Materials Science and Engineering, 127 Youyixilu, 710072, Xian, China Email Huiqing Fan Functional Ceramics, Nano Materials, Thin Films
Josef FidlerTU Wien Institute of Solid State Physics, Wiedner Hauptstrasse 8-10, 1040, Wien, AustriaEmail Josef Fidler
Thiagarajan GnanasekaranIndira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research, Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research,Kalpakkam, 603102, Kalpakkam, India Email Thiagarajan GnanasekaranPhase Diagrams; Measurement of Thermochemical Properties; Solid State Ionics; Chemical Sensors and Sensor Materials; Hydrogen in Metals; Chemical Synthesis of Inorganic Compounds
Cristina Gomez PoloPublic University of Navarre Department of Sciences, Campus de Arrosadia, E-31006, Pamplona, Spain Email Cristina Gomez Polo Magnetism; magnetic nanoparticles and nanostructured magnetic materials; transition metal oxides
Mohamed HeniniUniversity of Nottingham School of Physics and Astronomy, University Park, NG7 2RD, Nottingham, United Kingdom Email Mohamed Henini Low Dimensional Structures and Devices, Nanotechnoloy and Nanoscience, Self-Assembled Semiconductor Nanostructures, Semiconductor Materials, III-V Electronic and Optoelectronic Devices, Photovoltaic Materials and Devices, Molecular Beam Epitaxy, Deep Level Transient Spectroscopy
Jacques HuotUniversity of Quebec in Trois Rivieres Hydrogen Research Institute, 3351 Boulevard Des Forges (P.O. Box 500), Trois Rivieres, G9A 5H7, Quebec, Canada Email Jacques HuotHydrogen research, Hydrogen storage, Metal hydrides, Gas-solid interactions, Materials characterization, Neutron diffraction, Materials synthesis
Yongchang LiuTianjin University, 300072, Tianjin, China Email Yongchang Liu Solid-state phase transformations: thermodynamic and kinetic analyses; rapid solidification; metal-activated sintering and Microstructural control in ni(co)-based superalloys, heat-resistance steels, superconducting materials, lead-free solders and ti-al intermetallic compounds.
Nicoleta LupuNational Institute of Research and Development for Technical Physics, Mangeron Av 47, 6600, Iaşi, Romania Email Nicoleta Lupu
Valmor MastelaroUniversity of Sao Paulo Campus of Sao Carlos, SAO CARLOS, Brazil Email Valmor Mastelaro Structure-property relationships, ZnO Based Materials, Metal Oxide Gas sensors, Glass and Glass-Ceramics, Metal oxide thin films, XAS and XPS spectroscopies
Dimitris NiarchosInstitute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Aghia Paraskevi, 15310, Athens, GreeceEmail Dimitris Niarchos
Hongge PanZhejiang University School of Materials Science and Engineering, 38 Zheda Road, Hangzhou, China Email Hongge Pan Hydrogen storage materials and hydrides, Anode and cathode materials for rechargeable batteries, Supercapacitor, Magnetic materials, Photocatalystic materials
Vitalij Pecharskylowa State University Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Ames, Iowa, IA 50011-3020, United States Email Vitalij Pecharsky Structure-property relationships; Intermetallic and rare earth compounds. Electronic, magnetic and caloric materials. Mechanochemistry.
Wieslaw StrekW Trzebiatowski Institute of Low Temperature and Structural Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Okólna str. 2, 50-422, Wroclaw, Poland Email Wieslaw Strek Rare earth ions and transition metal ions, doped sol-gel materials, photonic structures, nanomaterials, nanoceramics and crystals.
Ghent University Department of Chemistry, Krijgslaan 281 (Building S3), 9000, Gent, Belgium Email Isabel Van Driessche Chemical Solution deposition (CSD, ink jet printing) of ceramics. Materials of interest : superconducting perovskites and buffer layers for production of coated conductors, titanates for (photo)catalytic and battery applications, low-E coatings; Formulation of environmentally friendly based inks. Use of bottom-up chemical synthesis approaches (hydrothermal, microwave-assisted, hot injection) for the synthesis of ceramic nanoparticles/suspensions.
Olga VolkovaLomonosov Moscow State University Department of Low-Temperature Physics and Superconductivity, Leninskie Gory 1, 119991, Moskva, Russian Federation Email Olga Volkova Magnetism, Low dimensional magnetism, Functional materials, Oxides, Superconductors
Colorado State University Department of Physics, 1875 Campus Delivery, Fort Collins, Colorado, CO 80523, United States Email Mingzhong Wu Experimental Condensed Matter: Magnetism, Magnetic Materials, Spintronics, and Spin Caloritronics
Renbing WuFudan University Department of Material Science, 200433, Shanghai, China Email Renbing Wu Semiconductor, Transition Metal-based composites, Electrode materials for energy storage and conversion
Xuezhang XiaoZhejiang University School of Materials Science and Engineering, 38 Zheda Road, Hangzhou, China Email Xuezhang Xiao
Volodymyr YartysInstitute for Energy Technology, 2027, Kjeller, Norway Email Volodymyr YartysNanomaterials for energy storage. Rechargeable Batteries. Hydrogen as an Energy Carrier. New Intermetallics and Carbon Materials for Hydrogen Storage and Battery Applications. Synchrotron and neutron powder diffraction. Crystal structures of novel materials.
Guenter FuchsIFW Dresden Institute for Metallic Materials, Dresden, Germany
Thomas G. WoodcockIFW Dresden Institute for Metallic Materials, Dresden, Germany Electron microscopy; Electron backscatter diffraction; Magnetic materials; Microstructure
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G.-Y. AdachiChemistry and materials science of rare earths, Solid state electrochemistry
A.V. AndreevPraha, Czech Republic Magnetism of rare-earth and uranium intermetallics, Crystal structure of rare-earth and uranium intermetallics, Metallic hydrides, Permanent magnets
A. DahleJonkoping, Sweden Solidification, Rheology, Light alloys, Lead-free soldering, Hydrogen storage
F.J. Di SalvoIthaca, New York, United States Synthesis and characterization of solid state compounds, novel crystal structures. Physical properties such as electrical resistivity, thermal conductivity, thermopower.
T.B. FlanaganBurlington, Vermont, United States Hydrogen diffusion through metals and alloys, Thermodynamics of H metal systems, Characterization of intermetallic-H systems
Boston, Massachusetts, United States Magnetoceramics, principally ferrites, rf materials, magnetism
D.C. JohnsonEugene, Oregon, United States Solid state chemistry, Thermoelectric materials, X-ray reflectivity, Thermal conductivity, Electrical transport
H. KleinkeWaterloo, Ontario, Canada Solid state chemistry, materials chemistry, energy conversion, thermoelectric materials, transport properties, electronic structure calculations, crystal structures, chalcogenides, pnictides
E.J. MittermeijerStuttgart, Germany Phase transformations, (interface) thermodynamics and kinetics; Nanomaterials, their unusual properties; Stress and phase transformations in (very) thin (multi)layers; surface engineering (nitriding and nitrocarburizing of iron, iron alloys and steels); oxidation of metals and alloys
Y. MozharivskyjHamilton, Ontario, Canada Thermoelectric materials, Magnetocaloric materials, X-ray analysis
R. NesperZurich, Switzerland Inorganic chemistry, Zintl phases, nanoscience, intermetallic phases, electrochemistry, hard materials.
E. PetersonActinide thermodynamics and equilibrium phase diagrams, High temperature superconductor synthesis, characterization, and applications, Carbon nanotubes, Radiation damage, and Vaporization studies
H. SakaguchiTottori, Japan Li ion materials, Hydrogen storage materials, hydrides
O.N. SenkovDayton, Ohio, United States
T. TakabatakeHigashihiroshima, Japan
T. YamaseYokohama, Japan Catalysis, photoluminescence.
C.-L. YehTaichung, Taiwan Self-propagating High-temperature Synthesis (SHS), Transition metal borides and nitrides, Intermetallics, MAX phases, Thermite Reaction