Polish-German Workshop on Advanced Materials for Energy Applications

35 years of cooperation between AGH University of Science and Technology and Forschungszentrum Jülich

under the auspices of the Rector of the AGH University of Science and Technology, Prof. Tadeusz Słomka

 

Monday 4.07   
9:00-10:00 Registration (Auditorium, A0 building)
10:00-10:30

Auditorium

A0 building  

Opening and welcome

- Prof. Tomasz Szmuc, V-ce Rector of Cooperation of AGH university of Science and Technology

- Prof. Harald Bolt, member of the Board of Directors, Forschungzentrum Jülich: Helmholtz Energy Materials Characterisation Platform

- Prof. A. Czyrska-Filemonowicz: 35 years of cooperation between AGH University of Science and Technology and Forschungzentrum Jülich

10:30-12:00

 Thematic Session: Energy

- Prof. Lorenz Singheiser - Requirements for materials and coatings under part load operation conditions and high load flexibility of "Energiewende" scenarios

- Prof. Rafal Dunin-Borkowski - Advanced transmission electron microscopy of materials for energy-efficient information technology 

- Prof. T. Beck - Very High Cycle Fatigue (VHCF) Behavior of Martensitic 9-12% Cr Steel of Steam Turbine Blades at High Mean Stress and the Influence of Notch Effects

 12:00-13:00 Photo shooting and Lunch 
12:00-13:30

Thematic Session: Energy 

- Prof. Joachim Mayer - The role of HRTEM in the development of new high-strength steels

- Prof. W. J. Quadakkers  - Oxidation induced microstructural changes during high temperature application of nickel based alloys

- Prof. A. Kruk - The 3D imaging and metrology of microstructural elements in innovative materials for materials for energy systems and aeronautics

14:30-15:00  A0  Coffee break
15:00-17:00  Auditorium

 Thematic session - Materials for Energy - Analytical Techniques

- Dr K. Zawadzka, E. GodlewskaO. Kryshtal, M. Nocuń, A. Czyrska-Filemonowicz (AGH-UST) - Electron Microscopy analyses of surface-modified thermoelectric materials for energy systems  

- Dr W. Nowak (FZJ-IEK2) - Effect of boron addition on oxide scale formation of Ni-base superalloys

- Dr B. Rutkowski, A. Gil, A. Czyrska-Filemonowicz (AGH-UST) - The microstructure of the Sanicro 25 steel after steam oxidation studied by advanced electron microscopy and spectroscopy methods

- Dr I. Povstugar (FZJ-ZZCh): Atom probe tomography of high-temperature alloys: 3D elemental analysis for comprehensive nanoscale characterization

- Dr M. Ziętara, A. Kruk, A. Czyrska-Filemonowicz (AGH-UST) - Electron microscopy and tomography for analyses of IV generation single crystal turbine blades for arenautics and energy applications

- Dr M. Wirtz (FZJ-IEK2) - Fusion reactor materials under extreme heat and particle loads

Final discussion and closing

17:00   Visit to the AGH laboratories