A 2-minutes introduction of the high entropy alloys project idea was presented at the MM 2017 conference in Stockholm, organized by Metalliska Material funding agency.
The exciting conference is approaching; International Conference on High Entropy Materials, Hsinchu, Taiwan, Nov. 6-9.
Looking forward to meeting almost all "big-heads" in the field.
The number of papers being presented as well as participating names are actually surprisingly amazing:
Will be in Taiwan for the ICHEM2016 and then Singapore for a short business visit afterwards. Please contact me if you are around within the mentioned period; would be glad to meet up :-)
At our school (Materials and Manufacturing, Jönköping University) we are planning an investment on a state-of-the-art FIB/FESEM for 2D and 3D microstructural analysis.
Within the last three month, together with my colleagues, we have been doing a vast amount of planning, and company visits within Europe to find the best solution for our research need.
According to that I have been working with a consultant company to come up with professional tender documents to ask for procurement of the desired microscope.
It has been a very interesting process, full of new experiences; today with publishing the tender, we have started the more interesting 40 days (tender duration).
It has been of course a privilege to have a great support from our school managers.
Looking forward to seeing our new 3D "toy" soon.
An audio-slide that I prepared following our recent publication at Mechanics of Materials (Elsevier).
A bunch of interesting results showing the importance of subgrain dimensions on the mechanical properties of metallic parts, which is opening a new discussion window on the Hall-Petch equation and size effect issues!
You can find the published version here: