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MAPEX Methods Workshop III - Mechanical Materials Testing

  • Third MAPEX Methods Workshop 2019

    13. February 2019

  • Third MAPEX Methods Workshop 2019

    13. February 2019

  • Third MAPEX Methods Workshop 2019

    13. February 2019

  • Third MAPEX Mehtods Workshop 2019

    13. February 2019

  • Third MAPEX Methdos Workshop 2019

    13. February 2019

  • Third MAPEX Methods Workshop 2019

    13. February 2019

  • Third MAPEX Methods Workshop 2019

    13. February 2019

  • Third MAPEX Methods Workshop 2019

    13. February 2019

  • Third MAPEX Methods Workshop 2019

    13. February 2019

13th February 2019

The third edition of MAPEX Methods Workshop took place on 13th of February, 2019, having "mechanical characterization techniques" as its main focus. Around 40 PhD students, postdocs and MAPEX members gathered to discuss about the testing capacities available at the University of Bremen. The workshop started with a brief lecture from Prof. Brigitte Clausen on the basics of mechanical testing. Afterwards, nine speakers gave the audience an overview of the available methods, ranging from mechanical tests with in-situ microstructural monitoring, micro/nano-scale tests and specific characterization techniques for metals, fibers, composites, adhesive joints, as well as multilayer structures like computer boards. This time, the workshop also counted with the presence of an external speaker, Dr. Henry Ovri from Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, who reported about the nano mechanical test facilities of his institute. In general, the workshop was a great opportunity for researchers to exchange experiences and learn about different mechanical test techniques, which may lead to future collaborations.

MAPEX Methods Workshop II - Computational Materials Science

17 May 2018

This year the focus will be on computational methods for materials science. The idea is to provide the audience, composed both of experimental and computational researchers in the field, with a showcase of the “simulation toolbox” available within the University of Bremen and the MAPEX community. We would like to show the different kinds of expertise in computational material science (from nano- to macroscale and from solid state to soft matter) that are present in our university, with the final aim of fostering new ideas and collaborations.

Detailed programme of the workshop.

  • MAPEX Methods Workshop II

    - Computational Materials Science - 17 May 2018

  • MAPEX Methods Workshop II

    - Computational Materials Science - 17 May 2018

  • MAPEX Methods Workshop II

    - Computational Materials Science - 17 May 2018

  • MAPEX Methods Workshop II

    - Computational Materials Science - 17 May 2018

  • MAPEX Methods Workshop II

    - Computational Materials Science - 17 May 2018

  • MAPEX Methods Workshop II

    - Computational Materials Science - 17 May 2018

  • MAPEX Methods Workshop II

    - Computational Materials Science - 17 May 2018

  • MAPEX Methods Workshop II

    - Computational Materials Science - 17 May 2018

  • MAPEX Methods Workshop II

    - Computational Materials Science - 17 May 2018

  • MAPEX Mehtods Workshop II

    - Computational Materials Science - 17 May 2018

  • MAPEX Methods Workshop II

    - Computational Materials Science - 17 May 2018

  • MAPEX Methods Workshop II

    - Computational Materials Science - 17 May 2018

MAPEX Methods Workshop I - Materials Characterization

The first MAPEX Workshop on Characterization Methods took place in the TAB building on June 13th 2017. More than 30 participants from chemistry, materials science, physics, and production engineering enjoyed 10 accessible, yet in-depth presentations covering the full range from high-precision measuring techniques to exciting in situ experimental approaches to quantify the structural, physical, chemical, and optical properties of materials and elucidate their synthesis, transformation, and modification by various treatments. PhD students, postdocs, and MAPEX PIs alike were excited to learn about existing state-of-the-art instruments and technical expertise that are available for collaborative use within the MAPEX community. The presented material is also available for download for registered within the university network.

If you are logged in the intranet of the University of Bremen, you can see the presentations of the speakers here:

  • MAPEX Methods Workshop I

    MAPEX scientific manager Hanna Lührs welcomes participants

  • MAPEX Methods Workshop I

    speaker: Jan Ingo Flege

  • MAPEX Methods Workshop I

    speaker: Jérémy Epp

  • MAPEX Methods Workshop I

    speaker: Michael Maas

  • MAPEX Methods Workshop I

    Coffee Break + Discussion

  • MAPEX Methods Workshop I

    Coffee Break + Discussion

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