A young scientist from the IPM has been awarded the fellowship in the field of electron microscopy

14. Oct. 2018

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Milan Heczko from the Institute of Physics of Materials (IPM) has been awarded the Thermo Fisher Scientific & Czechoslovak Microscopic Society fellowship for the support of scientific work of young researchers. The fellowship will support his project focused on the development of new materials based on Fe-Ni-Cr matrix for high temperature applications.

Heczko is working in the research group Advanced Metallic Materials and Metal Based Composites of Jan Klusák. In his further research, he will study the nucleation, morphology and growth of MX nanoparticles, the most important precipitation strengthening phase in these advanced high temperature alloys. Multi-field and multi-scale cooperation based on the mechanical testing of materials, electron microscopy observations, image simulations and modelling will lead to systematic study contributing to the explanation of the MX nanoparticles role in the determination of mechanical properties of advanced high temperature alloys.

Experimental instrumentation, especially image aberration-corrected transmission electron microscope Titan/Themis, installed by the Thermo Fisher Scientific within the CEITEC BUT infrastructure will be used within the project.

The thematic publication, to which Heczko co-authored and summarizes the results of the research, can be read here (access via the ScienceDirect database).