Beitragseinreichung bis 15. März 2019!
Die Deutsche Gesellschaft für Materialkunde e.V. veranstaltet vom 18. bis 20. September 2019 die 53. Metallographie-Tagung im Rahmen der WerkstoffWoche in Dresden. Diese Kombination hat sich bereits vor vier Jahren, zur WW 2015, die damals in ihrem umfangreichen Programm die 49. Metallographie-Tagung mit beherbergte, bestens bewährt. Dresden ist ein traditioneller Standort für Ausbildung und Forschung auf dem Gebiet der Materialographie. Die sächsische Region hat eine weit zurückreichende Geschichte auf den Gebieten Metallurgie und Montanindustrie. Mit der TU Dresden, den zahlreichen Forschungsinstituten und der nahegelegenen TU Bergakademie Freiberg können hier nur die wichtigsten Vertreter von Forschung, universitärer Ausbildung und technischer Unterstützung von Industrie und Mittelstand genannt werden.
Die Metallographie-Tagung ist ein wissenschaftlicher Kongress, der ein breites Themenspektrum aus allen Bereichen der Materialographie abdeckt und der jährlich stattfindet. Veranstalter ist die Deutsche Gesellschaft für Materialkunde e.V. (DGM) mit ihrem Fachausschuss „Materialographie“.
Die 53. Metallographie-Tagung in Dresden wird wie immer von einer industriellen Ausstellung ergänzt. Die Besonderheit in diesem Jahr besteht in dem umfangreichen Begleitprogramm, das die WerkstoffWoche 2019 auch den Besuchern der Metallographie-Tagung bietet.
Die inhaltliche Ausrichtung mit einem breiten Themenspektrum richtet sich an Fachkolleginnen und -kollegen aus allen Bereichen der Materialographie. Metallographische Methoden von der Probenpräparation, über die Mikroskopie bis zur Materialanalytik werden behandelt. Der Nutzen dieser Untersuchungsmethoden wird an verschiedenen Werkstoffen, von Stählen über Nickelbasis- und Aluminiumlegierungen sowie pulvermetallurgischen Werkstoffen bis hin zu Kunststoffen und Verbundwerkstoffen aufgezeigt. Sowohl klassische und konventionelle als auch neue Fertigungsverfahren, wie zum Beispiel die additive Fertigung, werden im Vortrags-, Poster- und Ausstellungsprogramm eine Rolle spielen. In den letzten Jahren ist es zur Tradition der Metallographie-Tagungen geworden, der Analyse von Schadensfällen eine eigene Sitzung zu widmen.
Wie in den Vorjahren wird das Tagungsprogramm durch eine Reihe eingeladener Plenarvorträge hochkarätiger Redner bereichert werden.
Merken Sie sich daher heute schon das Datum der Tagung - 18.-20. September 2019 - vor! Beiträge können ab sofort eingereicht werden. Die Deadline zur Beitragseinreichung ist der 15. März 2019!
Contributions open until March 15, 2019!
The German Society for Materials Sciences will host the 53rd metallography meeting as part of Material Week in Dresden from 18 to 20 September 2019. This combination proved its worth four years ago at WW 2015, which took place at the time as part of the 49th Metallography Meeting to much success. Dresden is a traditional training and research location in the field of materials metallography, with the TU Dresden and the nearby TU Bergakademie Freiberg, to name but a few important representatives of research, higher education and technical support in the area.
The Metallography Conference is a scientific congress covering a wide range of topics from all areas of metallography; the organizer is the German Society for Materials Science (DGM) with its expert committee of "Materialography."
As always, the 53rd metallography conference in Dresden will be complemented by an industrial exhibition. The special feature of this year is the extensive accompanying programme, which the Material Week 2019 also offers visitors of the metallography meeting. Metallographic methods from sample preparation to microscopy and material analysis will be extensively showcased and discussed. The benefits of these methods of investigation are shown in various materials, from steels to nickel base and aluminium alloys, as well as powder metallurgical materials, also plastics and composites. Both conventional and new manufacturing processes, such as additive manufacturing, will play a role in the lecture and exhibition program throughout the event. As in previous years, the programme will be enriched by a series of invited presentations from high-profile speakers.
Save the date of the meeting-18-20 September 2019-today! Entries can now be submitted. The deadline for contributions is March 15, 2019!
For more information visit the website: https://met2019.dgm.de/home/
RubberTech China display products like mould and dies, rubber machinery, automation and detecting equipment, non-tire rubber machinery, natural rubber and synthetic rubber, rubber compounds and semi-finished products, carbon and black silica, plasticizer, colorant, hose and rubber belt and much more.
Created by ACMA and SAMPE to connect and advance all aspects of the world’s composites and advanced materials communities, CAMX is an all-encompassing event. Regardless of the application — transportation, aerospace, marine, wind energy, software, construction and infrastructure, medical, academics, sports and leisure — CAMX is the must-attend event for products, solutions, networking, and advanced industry thinking.
It is Cyprus’ turn to continue the tradition and host this conference that typically attracts experts, scientists and engineers from Research and Industry all around Europe and abroad. The series of European Conferences on Thermoelectrics (ECT) is promoted by the European Thermoelectric Society with the aim to disseminate recent scientific and technical advancements in the field of thermoelectrics. ECT further aims to enhance the communication between research institutions and industries for promotion of thermoelectric applications and to provide a forum for exchange of information and achievements. Physics, Engineering, Materials Science and Chemistry are combined in this interdisciplinary meeting, enabling us to discuss all about our promising thermoelectric alloys/devices/applications!
Each year since 1984, the Danubia-Adria Symposium on Advances in Experimental Mechanics brings together internationally recognized experts and young researchers in an effort to exchange ideas in different topics having as common link EXPERIMENTAL MECHANICS. The symposium acts also as a platform for establishing connections between different research groups that are trying to establish future scientific collaboration.
The symposium is focused on experimental and measuring methods necessary to deepen the knowledge about the mechanical behavior of materials, mechanical structures, and systems, and to provide the physical bases and verification of numerical or analytical methodologies in engineering design.
The IConMEAS 2019 is the premier forum for the presentation of new advances and research results in the fields of the Materials Engineering and Science. The conference will bring together leading researchers, engineers and scientists in the domain of interest from around the world.
The main objective of IConMEAS 2019 is to provide a comprehensive global forum for experts and participants from academia and Industry to exchange ideas and present results of ongoing research. Researchers and practitioners are invited to submit their contributions to IConMEAS 2019.
IConMEAS 2019 will be held in September 25-26, 2019 at University of Technology (UOT), Baghdad – Iraq. UOT is one of the leading universities in Iraq particularly in the international academic activities and also in the engineering and applied sciences research field, which will be the best venue for this international event
With the new European directive on plastic waste, increasing production costs, and the projected growth of the European PVC market, the PVC industry is facing a wide range of ongoing changes and developments. The industry will need to continue to adapt and work together, with representatives from the whole of the value chain involved, to meet and excel these targets.
These latest changes, as well as the excellent opportunities for the industry, will be addressed at ACI’s first edition of the European PVC Industry Summit, taking place in London, England, on the 25th & 26th September, 2019.
Over the two days, key industry stakeholders will come together to discuss essential topics including circular economy, industry regulations, New Business Ventures in PVC and sustainability and waste management solutions. The conference will also have a focus on progressing the European PVC Industry through acknowledging the current available technology and predicting the future outlooks of ongoing research in PVC products.
This conference will bring together members across the whole value chain including senior executives from chemical companies, PVC production companies and PVC product manufacturers as well as plastic waste and recycling companies, regulators and government policy makers, and market consultants.
The ability to quickly, easily and repeatably analyse compositional variations in samples is at the heart of many industrial and research questions. These questions may include whether a sample deviates from a norm, if contamination is present, or whether further in-depth analysis is required. The requirements of such analyses vary depending on the questions that are being asked. In some cases, requirements in terms of sensitivity and productivity are high whereas they are relatively modest in others.
The Table-Top Scanning Electron Microscope (TTM), combined with Energy Dispersive X-Ray Spectroscopy (EDS), is a powerful tool for imaging and compositional analysis where high sensitivity and productivity is not required. As such, it may be utilised for applications including failure analysis, quality control and routine materials characterisation. This makes the analytical TTM an excellent tool for these investigations, either as a standalone unit or as a screening tool in a larger nanoanalysis suite.
In this webinar we will discuss the ever-increasing capabilities of the TTM when equipped with EDS, which include both manual investigation workflows and automated approaches such as particle analysis. We will also discuss cases where analytical requirements exceed the capabilities of the TTM + EDS and it is necessary to move to higher specification instrumentation (e.g. W-SEM or FEG-SEM) equipped with large area EDS detectors. We will describe the point at which this crossover occurs with reference to a series of application examples, including a steel with features of different sizes. We will also consider the analysis of samples that sit well within the capabilities of the TTM including manual and automated analyses of samples such as paint, concrete, metallic wear debris, and additive manufacturing powders, demonstrating its wide-ranging capabilities.
Application examples that will be addressed include:
· Failure analysis
· Quality control
· Cleanliness in component manufacture
· Microstructural characterisation of steels and other metal alloys
People who might be interested in this webinar:
· Individuals involved in routine materials characterisation and screening
· Managers of analytical facilities with a range of instrument capabilities
· Those involved with the characterisation/quality control of a range of materials
Keywords: Materials characterisation, EDS analysis, table-top microscopes, steel, wear debris, TTM, screening, quality control, QC,
Speaker 1 Bio:
Anthony is an EDS product manager at Oxford Instruments, where he helps design, develop and market new EDS software and hardware. He has worked in the field of electron microscopy for the past 30 years, 19 of which have been with Oxford Instruments. A significant part of his time is spent speaking to users to find out what their applications
Speaker 2 Bio:
Rosie Jones works as a Product Scientist for Oxford Instruments, specifically focusing on applications for EDS and WDS analysis. She has worked for Oxford Instruments since April 2019, whilst also holding a part-time research position in the Department of Earth Sciences, University of Oxford. Rosies academic background is in Geochemistry, in which she routinely used SEMs, combined with EDS and EBSD detectors, to image and analyse geological samples for her research. She obtained a PhD in Geology from the University of Edinburgh in July 2014. In the Department of GeoSciences, University of Edinburgh, Rosie also worked as an SEM lab manager, where she trained and assisted users from a wide range of academic disciplines, including materials and engineering.
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The Goal of the Conference is to enable exchange of experience and ideas in the field of Solid State Chemistry. Particular attention will be given to investigations of the mechanisms of solid-state reactions and the design of new materials by means of solid-state methods.
The scientific program of the Conference will include invited lectures and oral presentations as well as poster sessions.
The Conference will be held in Academgorodok, which is a district of Novosibirsk.
The official languages of the Conference will be Russian and English.
The Conference is dedicated to the 75th Anniversary of the Institute of Solid State Chemistry and Mechanochemistry SB RAS
Welcome to Nanotech-Eurasia 2019!
We would like to welcome you to the 1st Eurasian Conference on Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials (Nanotech-Eurasia 2019) taking place at Khazar University, Baku, Azerbaijan, in October 3-4, 2019. Nanotech-Eurasia 2019 aims to capitalize on the rapid growing and interconnected fields of Nanotechnology, drawing in and providing an interdisciplinary forum for scientists and engineers from academia and industry. Among the main objectives is to discuss on the forefront of research and to address the theory, design and development of advanced materials and nanotechnologies in relation to the field of energy and health applications. The conference comprises five workshops focusing on the development of novel nanomaterials, bionanosystems, nanophotonics, nanomedicine, nanoengineering. Nanotech-Eurasia 2019 covers all fields of nanotechnology applications in Chemical, Petroleum, Environmental, and other Engineering scopes. It will include world leading Invited Speakers together with experts and stakeholders from academia and industry. Their talks will be a platform for innovation from early-career researchers, young investigators and entrepreneurs. We envisage that the conference will provide an ideal environment to develop new collaborations and opportunities to meet the experts and stakeholders of the rapidly growing fields of Nanotechnology and Nanobioscience. Looking forward to meeting you at Khazar University.
Nanotech Eurasia is now accepting papers on the following topics:
- Nanotechnology: Modeling and Simulation
- Nanomaterials Applications
- Nanomaterials Characterization
- Polymer Nanomaterials
- Carbon Nanomaterials
- 2D Nanomaterials
- Quantum Dots
- Nanotechnology for Clean Energy and Environment
The Center for the Polyurethanes Industry’s annual Polyurethanes Technical Conference, the longest-running polyurethanes conference in North America, offers the unique convergence of industry expertise, professional networking, and regulatory insight. Fostering both technical and professional development, the Polyurethanes Technical Conference is the premier destination to preview the polyurethanes technology of tomorrow and key information for today.
The exciting networking events hosted by industry leaders and an unbeatable lineup of technical education sessions will showcase the most important and powerful topics our industry has to offer.
Our session speakers include some of the brightest minds in emerging polyurethanes technology, and our regulatory speakers hail from governing bodies from North America and beyond. From professional development and technical discussions about chemistry, to big-picture analysis and key learning’s about recent industry trends, the Polyurethanes Technical Conference proves that the longest-running polyurethanes conference in North America is also the most innovative.