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Integrity of Small-Scale Systems / High-Temperature Materials


Cutting-edge research in material sciences is carried out within the Research Department Integrity of Small-Scale Systems (IS³) / High-Temperature Materials (HTM) where scientists from mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, chemistry, physics, mathematics and geosciences work together. Combining the expertise of the different research groups based at the Ruhr-University Bochum, including ICAMS and RUBION with the expertise of surrounding research institutes (MPI-Eisenforschung Düsseldorf, MPI-Kohlenforschung Mülheim, DLR Köln) enables new perspectives in cooperative research. The Research Department IS³/HTM focuses on top-level interdisciplinary research projects. First-rate results are achieved through collaboration within the following topics:


  • Integrity of small-scale systems

  • Small-scale systems in harsh environments (high temperatures and mechanical loads)

  • High-temperature materials


Research will consider fundamental aspects of integrity issues for small-scale specimens investigated within in model systems using new experimental techniques. Additionally applied research is conducted focused on improving lift-time, effectiveness and fatigue properties of high-temperature materials and nanoscale machinery. A special emphasis is placed on thin film materials.




 

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