Materials Research in Poland. K.J.KURZYD Ł OWSKI Deputy Chairman of the State Committee for Scientific Research, Warsaw University of Technology, Department of Materials Science and Engineering. 1 + 4 + 2. 10 + 2. 400 / year. National Projects PBZ. Centres and Network.
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Deputy Chairman of the State Committeefor Scientific Research,
Warsaw University of Technology,
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
10 + 2
400 / year
Centres and Network
„New Technologies for Manufacturing of nanostructured metals and alloys products ”
Structure and properties
„Polymer materials modified nanoparticles. Technology – Properties – Applications”
Research Project PBZ-KBN-082/T08/2002
„New Materials and Technologies for Biomedical Engineering”
Metallic biomaterials with surface layers
Resorbable polymers and composites
Bioactive phosphate-siliceous materials
Metallic, Ceramic and Organic Nanomaterials:Processing – Structure – Properties – Applications
Distribution of laboratories taking part in the project
Distribution of projects between three types of materials
BIOMATERIALS (prof. Jan Chłopek)
NANOMATERIALS (prof. Krzysztof J. Kurzydłowski)
POLYMERS (prof. Ludomir Ślusarski)
MATERIALS CHARACTERIZATION(prof. Jan Cwajna)
COROSION & MATERIALS DEGRADATION (prof. Marek Danielewski)
Centre of Advanced Materials and Technologies CAMAT :
The challenges faced by the knowledge-based society in quest of safe and healthy life conditions make advanced materials and structures a vital part of almost every technological or engineering project. To ensure optimal, durable, safe and environment-friendly performance of the advanced materials and structures, a concerted effort of experts in materials science and applied mechanics assisted by physicists and chemists is needed. In the International Scientific Network for Advanced Materials and Structures (AMAS-ISN), a number of competent research centres agreed upon combining their expertise to tackle a wide spectrum of problems ranging from manufacturing processes, laboratory testing to service conditions of advanced materials and structures.
Network consists of:
However, the AMAS-ISN is open for new members from academia and industry as long as their profile and competence fit the Network's objectives. It is worth stressing that the AMAS-ISN members' skills range from pure experimental research of material microstructure, via advanced mathematical modelling of materials and structures, computer simulations of processes and numerical implementation of mathematical models, to technological excellence of the advanced materials' manufacturers. It is expected that AMAS-ISN, as sizable and diversified as it is, will stimulate complementary and interdisciplinary research projects of high applicability to modern engineering and technology.
Mobilise and concentrate the disperse scientific and industrial potential in "advanced materials and structures" to create a durable international structure capable of developing leading-edge research while spreading the accumulated knowledge in- and outside the network and enhancing the technological skills of the related industry. The specific objectives of AMAS-ISN are as follows:
The AMAS-ISN has obtained a financial support from the Polish State Committee for Scientific Research aimed at strengthening Network's integration and international dimension. It is planned that Thematic Groups will create "task-forces" around selected challenging problems of interdisciplinary character. For research teams the best way to integrate is to jointly carry out specific research projects. In addition to that some other organizational measures are foreseen to enhance the integration. These include:
In general terms, the main objective of this project is to mobilise and concentrate the dispersed scientific and industrial potential in the KMM field to create a durable and efficient organism capable of developing leading-edge research while spreading the accumulated knowledge in- and outside the Network, and enhancing the technological skills of the related industry.
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