Characterization of mechanical properties of surfaces and coatings - seminar organized by FunMat II

Date: 2017-05-22
Place: Swerea KIMAB, Isafjordsgatan 28A, Kista
Time: 9.00 – 16.00


09.00 Coffee and registration

09.30 Welcome, short presentation of Fun Mat-II
Olivier Rod (Swerea KIMAB), Magnus Odén (Linköping University)

09.50 Advanced Nanomechanical Testing techniques applied to hard coatings to measure strength and fracture properties
Jon Molina (IMDEA Materials Institute, Madrid)

10.30 Surface behaviours in FE-analyses, an overview
Fredrik Wredenberg (Swerea KIMAB)

11.00 Coffee break

11.20 Hardness measurements of surfaces and thin films
Lina Rogström (Linköping University)

11.50 LUNCH

12.50 Laboratory visit of Swerea KIMABs facilities

13.30 PVD and Ion Beam Assisted low friction coatings from the Tribology Centre, Danish Technological Institute
Lars Pleth Nielsen (DTI)

14.00 Application testing in machining
Susanne Norgren (Sandvik Coromant)

14.30 Coffee break

14:50 Perspectives on wear and the tool/chip contact during machining
Jon Andersson (Seco Tools)

15:20 High Temperature Nanomechanics and Micro-tribology of Hard Coatings
Ben Beake (Micro Materials)

15.50 Summary, conclusion

16.00 End of the seminar

For any questions regarding the seminar, please contact:

Olivier Rod,

Participation fee is 2500 SEK per person.
Participation is free of charge for all FunMat-II members.

FunMat II (Functional Nanoscale Materials) is a second generation competence center in material science. FunMat-II is focusing its efforts to three application areas: functional surfaces for cutting tools, fuel cells, and batteries. We obtain basic knowledge about materials behavior and the physics and chemistry of the synthesis processes, and design new materials with unique properties. Besides this, we study how the materials perform in specific applications. We study all aspects using combinations of theory, modeling, experiments, and field tests. The information obtained is generic and can be applied to a wide range of applications, which makes FunMat-II a true competence center in functional surfaces optimized at the nanoscale.

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