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Seminar Announcement: In-depth Exploration into Phase Transformations in Thin Films and Nanoparticles
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📅 Date: Monday, September 25th
🕑 Time: 14:00
📍 Location: Building 8 (1st Floor), Wolczynska Str. 133, IMIF
We are honored to host Prof. Oleksandr Kryshtal from the Faculty of Metals Engineering and Industrial Computer Science, AGH University of Krakow. He stands as a leading authority in the experimental study of phase transformations in thin films and nanoparticles.
"In situ TEM studies of phase transformations in metal and eutectic alloy films and nanoparticles"
Understanding the intricate properties of nanosized materials is pivotal in materials science and nanotechnology. Prof. Kryshtal's lecture will delve deep into phase transformations, interface interactions, and structures in nanosized metals and binary alloy systems. Employing cutting-edge TEM techniques, the seminar promises insights right down to the atomic level.
A glimpse into the session:
Insight into the kinetics of melting and crystallization in single metal and eutectic alloy nanoparticles.
Discussion on the eutectic temperature depression and interface interactions in metal-semiconductor films.
About Prof. Oleksandr Kryshtal:
An Associate Professor at AGH University of Kraków, he has made significant contributions in the field of Solid State Physics. With an illustrious academic journey spanning across Ukraine, Germany, and the USA, Prof. Kryshtal's work primarily revolves around phase transformations, surface phenomena, and structure in thin metal and alloy films.
Join us for this enlightening session by a revered specialist and gain profound insights into the world of nanomaterials.