On May 26, at 13.00, within the framework of the REC Lecture Hall, we invite you to attend a lecture by Professor Iskander Akhatov, Director of the Center for Materials Technologies of Skoltech, "Mechanics and Physics in Materials Technologies"
Let's talk about the fact that the creation of new materials and the development of technologies for their production are impossible without a deep understanding of mechanics and physics. None of the modern innovative achievements of scientists and engineers can do without this knowledge.
One of the important objects of research in mechanics and physics are dispersed systems - such as aerosols, emulsions, suspensions, powders, etc.
The results of research in the field of dispersed systems are successfully used in Russia and abroad to solve the problems of nuclear, petroleum, chemical and environmental engineering.
You will find out:
What applied and fundamental problems of hydrodynamics of dispersed systems are being solved by modern researchers
About existing new concepts of design and production of materials
How Skoltech creates new composite materials and functional coatings used for transportation of liquefied natural gas, disposal of radioactive waste, and even for the production of biomedical implants.
An online broadcast will be organized.
Registration for the link: https://nocrb.ru/lecture
Iskander Akhatov is a professor at Skoltech, Director of the Materials Technology Center. He graduated from the Faculty of Physics and received a PhD at the Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics at Moscow State University. He defended his dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences at the Institute of Hydrodynamics. Lavrentieva in Novosibirsk. He has been working in the field of mechanics of multiphase systems and their engineering applications for more than 30 years. Winner of many international research grants. He created the Department of Mechanics at Bashkir State University. He was director of the Institute of Mechanics of the Russian Academy of Sciences in Ufa, and for seven years was vice-president of the Ufa Scientific Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences. He worked at the University of Göttingen in Germany and at the University of North Dakota in the USA. In 2010, he won a mega-grant from the Government of the Russian Federation and built a research center "Center for Micro- and Nanoscale Dynamics of Dispersed Systems" at Bashkir State University in Ufa.