Sunday, 09 July, 2017 / 13:00-18:00

The aim of event is to visit the Centre for Energy Research, Institute for Technical Physics and Materials Science, which has been utilized as a microscopic laboratory for research and various industrial and medical applications of ceramics.
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Chairs

Servet Turan
Servet Turan
Professor
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Anadolu University, Eskisehir, Turkey
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Béla Pécz
Béla Pécz
Director
Institute for Technical Physics and Materials Science
Centre for Energy Research Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary

Description

Characterization techniques have become widely used in the definition of ceramics due to their structure, simplicity, cost effectiveness, rapidness, and maybe most importantly, the indenter itself can be used as a mechanical microprobe in ceramic thin films, interfaces, grain boundaries, and nanocomposites.

Satellite event „New Frontiers on the Ceramic Characterization Techniques„ cover measurement techniques, reliability, and problems associated with this testing method of ceramic materials with respect to microscopic techniques.

The event will cover some invited lectures and practical testing of different characterization techniques as TEM, HREM, electron diffractions, etc.

Invited speakers

Prof. Jenő Gubicza
Prof. Jenő Gubicza
Eötvös Loránd University
Budapest, Hungary

Characterization of defect structure in nanocrystalline ceramics by X-ray diffraction line profile analysis
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Prof. János Lábár
Prof. János Lábár
Institute for Technical Physics and Materials Science
Budapest, Hungary

Characterization of nanocrystalline ceramics by electron diffraction
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Dr. Zsolt Fogarassy
Dr. Zsolt Fogarassy
Centre for Energy Research
Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Budapest, Hungary

Practice on structural characterization of ceramic material by Philips CM20, 200KV TEM with EDS

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Dr. Ildikó Cora
Dr. Ildikó Cora
Centre for Energy Research
Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Budapest, Hungary

Practice on structural characterization of ceramic material by JEOL 3010, 300KV TEM with EELS

CV

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Jeol
Guillaume Brunetti
JEOL (EUROPE) SAS - Croissy-sur-Seine, France

New JEOL developments for High Resolution studies using Scanning & Transmission Electron Microscopes