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Abstract Book


Advanced Research Workshop

Institute of Inorganic Chemistry Slovak Academy of Science & Slovak Silicate Society



Contents


Organizing committee ..............................................................


Scope of the workshop .............................................................


Program ....................................................................................


Abstracts – Oral Presentations .................................................


Abstracts – Poster Presentations .............................................


Organizing committee


Conference chair: Prof. Pavol Šajgalík

Advisory board: Prof. Michael J. Hoffmann & Prof. Ralf Riedel

Secretary: Zdena Kapišinská

Local organizing committee: Zoltán Lenčéš & Dušan Galusek


Scope of the workshop


The scope of the workshop is to commemorate the invention and recent development in the field of high-performance ceramics. During the last few years, the design of engineering ceramic materials, as many other high-tech materials, proceeds the transition from micro-structural to the nano-structural approach of their preparation. The main benefit of this approach is a new quality of materials as high temperature super-plasticity; excellent mechanical properties (high strength, fracture behaviour approaching the quasi-ductility, higher reliability, increased HT properties); functional properties (high electrical and thermal conductivity, optical transparency, graded function/properties of materials), etc.


The Organizing Committee cordially invites you to participate in the forthcoming Engineering Ceramics ’07 workshop and present your latest research findings in the field of high-performance ceramics.

Program



DATE







NAME

TITLE OF PRESENTATION
















06.05.07

15:00

19:00

 

Registration




19:00

21:30

Šajgalík Pavol

Welcome party

07.05.07

 

 

 

Chairs: Gary Messing, Ralf Riedel




9:00

9:30

SUEMATSU Hisayuki

Newly developed nano to lattice level ceramic composites




9:30

9:50

SZÉPVÖLGYI Janos

Synthesis of nanosized ceramic powders in RF thermal plasma reactor




9:50

10:15

WATARI Koji

Novel binders for green ceramic manufacturing




10:15

10:35

 

Coffee break




10:35

10:55

KITA Hideki

Stereo fabric modelling technology in ceramics manufacture




10:55

11:20

GÜNSTER Jens

Powder processing science and technology with lasers as energy sources




11:20

11:45

SAKKA Yoshio

Fabrication and some properties of textured ceramics by colloidal processing in a high magnetic field




11:45

12:05

VASYLKIV Oleg

Nanoreactor engineering and SPS densification of multimetal oxide ceramic nanopowders




12:05

13:05

 

Lunch




13:05

13:30

BERNARD Dominique

Experimental and numerical study of ceramic sintering at the grain scale




13:30

13:55

SHEN Zhijian

Multifunction through the engineering of microstructures




13:55

14:20

KOSMAČ Tomaž

Dental zirconia




14:20

14:40

BINNER Jon

Processing and properties of fully dense nanostructured zirconia




14:40

15:00

GALUSEK Dusan

Polymer derived Al2O3-SiC nanocomposites




15:00

15:20

GOLDSTEIN Adrian

Synthesis of organo-montmorillonite fillers for ceramic/polymer type nano-composites




15:20

15:40

 

Coffee break




15:40

16:10

RAJ Rishi

Novel graphene based multicomponent ceramics derived from strongly cross–linked cyclic polymers




16:10

16:35

KLEEBE Hans-Joachim

Nanostructure and nanodomains in SiOC ceramics




16:35

17:00

BILL Joachim

Preparation and properties of Si-C-N/CNT composites




17:00

17:20

MOTZ Günter

Development of ceramic SiCN/MW-CNT fibres




17:20

17:45

 

Coffee break




17:45

18:10

KINSKI Isabel

Precursor-derived ceramics in the Ga-O-N system.




18:10

18:30

KIM Young-Wook

Processing and properties of polysiloxane-derived porous silicon carbide ceramics




18:30

18:50

HAUSER Ralf

SiBCN ceramic as protective coating and for membrane applications




18:55

19:55

 

Dinner




19:55

20:55

 

Poster session

DATE







NAME

TITLE OF PRESENTATION
















08.05.07

 

 

 

Chairs: Yigal Blum; Michael Hoffmann




9:00

9:30

BABONNEAU Florence

Preparation of oxide powders and thin films with controled porosity using  self-assembly of amphiphilic templates and inorg. precursors




9:30

9:50

GIESCHE Herbert

Alumina/ceriumoxide nano-composite electrilyte for solid oxide fuel cell applications




9:50

10:15

CLASEN Rolf

Optoceramics: from powders to transparency




10:15

10:40

HAMPSHIRE Stuart

Oxynitride and related glasses: New systems and crystallization




10:40

11:00

 

Coffee break




11:00

11:25

ROUXEL Tanguy

Designing glasses with specific mechanical properties for high performance applications




11:25

11:45

SHIBATA Naoya

STEM characterization of atomic structures and chemistry of ceramic interfaces




11:45

12:10

CHING Wai-Yim

Mechanical properties and strain field analysis of an intergranular glassy films in silicon nitride by first-principles simulations




12:10

12:30

BENCO Lubomir

DFT study of -sialons




12:30

13:30

 

Lunch




13:30

14:00

MIKIJELJ Biljana

Densification and selected properties of materials in the Si3N4-SiO2 system




14:00

14:25

HERRMANN Mathias

Reasons of  "Snow flakes" in Si3N4 ceramics




14:25

14:45

LOFAJ Frantisek

Creep mechanism in silicon nitride by anomalous ultra-small angle X-ray scattering




14:45

15:10

 

Coffee break




 

 

 

"Rowland Cannon memorial session"




15:10

15:20

M.J. Hoffmann

Rowland Cannon




15:20

15:50

BROOK Richard

Rowland Cannon




15:50

16:20

MESSING Gary L.

Engineering microstructures with templates, patterns and gradients




16:20

16:50

SATET Raphaelle

Grain boundary engineering in silicon nitride




16:50

17:20

GU Hui

Stable and unstable inter-granular films in ceramics: How and why?




17:20

17:50

BARSOUM Michel

The MAX phases and kinking nonlinear elastic solids - a newly identified calss of solids




19:05

21:35

 

Social dinner




DATE







NAME

TITLE OF PRESENTATION
















09.05.07










Chairs: Pavol Sajgalik; Stuart Hampshire




9:00

9:30

HIRAO Kiyoshi 

High thermal conductivity silicon nitrides




9:30

9:50

LENCES Zoltan

Synthesis and thermal properties of ternary nitrides




9:50

10:15

DUSZA Jan

Mechanical properties of SiCN-derived and C-derived Si3N4+SiC micro/nano composites




10:15

10:35

BALÁZSI Csaba

Carbon nanotubes in silicon nitride




10:15

10:35

 

Coffee break, sandwiches




10:35

11:05

OKADA Akira

Structural ceramics for automobiles and industrial application in Japan




11:05

11:30

MATTERN Andreas

Ceramic engineering for the automotive industry




11:30

11:50

SUPOTHINA Sitthisuntorn

Deposition of organic-based transparent hydrophobic films for water-repellant and self-cleaning application




11:50

12:15

BITTERLICH Bernd

Material design of ceramic cutting tools - status quo and trends




12:15

13:15

 

Lunch




13:15

13:45

VEPREK Stan

Origin of the hardness enhancement in superhard nitride-based nanocomposites, and their industrial applications




13:45

14:05

LIS Jerzy

Ceramic nanolaminates - processing and applications




14:05

14:25

SARRAF Hamid

Fabrication of high dense Al2O3–ZrO2 bioceramic composite by advanced colloidal processing




14:35

19:00

 

Sightseeing




19:30

20:30

 

Dinner




20:35

21:05

BARSOUM Michel

The Mystery of the Great Pyramids of Egypt: A Partial Solution

10.05.07

 

 

 

Chair: Rishi Raj




9:00

9:30

BLUM Yigal

Chemically aided approaches to UHTC coatings consisting of ZrB2 and SiC phases




9:30

9:50

MEDRI Valentina

Complex shapes of ZrB2-based UHTC's




9:50

10:15

EICHLER Jens

BN and BN-composites for high temperature applications




10:15

10:35

 

Coffee break




10:35

11:05

PARK Sang-Hwan

Synthesis of machinable ternary carbide and its mechanical properties




11:05

11:25

FUKUSHIMA Manabu

Water vapor corrosion behavior of porous silicon carbide membrane support




11:25

11:45

ZHOU You

Preparation and characterization of tubular porous silicon carbide membrane support




11:45

11:55

SAJGALIK Pavol

Concluding remarks




12:00

13:00

 

Lunch




13:20

 

 

Departure to Bratislava and Vienna airports




Abstracts


Oral Presentations

SYNTHESIS OF NANOSIZED CERAMIC POWDERS IN RF THERMAL PLASMA REACTOR


János Szépvölgyi


Institute of Materials and Environmental Chemistry Chemical Research Center, Hungarian Academy of Sciences H-1025 Budapest, Pusztaszeri ut 59-67. HUNGARY

E-mail: szepvol@chemres.hu


Recent results of the research in IMEC CRC HAS on the RF thermal plasma synthesis of nanosized powders will be discussed for the following models:

  • Al2O3 and SiO2 nanospheres

  • stabilized ZrO2 nanoparticles

  • nanosized zinc- and nickel-zinc-ferrites

  • LaB6 nanoparticles.

Experimental results on correlations among the synthesis conditions and properties of powders will be outlined in details. Synthesis conditions include plasma power, quality and flow rates of central and sheath gases, composition, morphology of feeding way of precursors. The products are characterized for morphology and particle size distribution, bulk and surface chemistry, phase composition, and other application oriented properties depending on particular product.

On the basis of experiences with above models considerations will be taken on the research need aiming at better understanding of physical, chemical and technological phenomena in particular systems. Possibilities of improved performance of RF thermal plasma reactors for materials synthesis will be touched, as well.

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