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NOMATEN On-line Seminar: Learning Atomic Interactions from Microscopic Observables [FEB 23 at 1PM]

17 February 2021

Albert Bartok-Partay PhD from Warwick University will be a speaker at our next webinar. The lecture and discussion will be devoted to the topic of using microscopy in order to learn atomic interactions.

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Fulbright STEM Impact Award for prof. Łukasz Kurpaska

10 February 2021

Prof. Łukasz Kurpaska, our Materials’ Functional Properties Research Group Leader, received the Fulbright STEM Impact Award. Three Poles has been rewarded by the foundation this year in the area of research projects on science, technology, ingeneering and mathematics (STEM).

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NOMATEN SEMINAR on FEB 9 2021: Mathematically Enhanced Atomistic Simulation of Advanced Energy Materials by Dr Elena Akhmatskaya

04 February 2021

Dr Elena Akhmatskaya from BCAM - Basque Center for Applied Mathematics and Interbasque Foundation will present the topic of the mathematically enhanced atomistic simulation of advanced energy materials

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New promo movie on POLATOM Radioisotope Centre

30 January 2021

POLATOM is a partner for NOMATEN in terms of research focused on novel radiopharmaceuticals and one of our research groups is dedicated to this topic.

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NOMATEN SEMINAR on JAN 26 at 2PM [UPDATE]: Towards a machine learning paradigm for multi-scale mechanical characterization of metals

22 January 2021

NOMATEN will host an on-line seminar by Dr Balaji Raghavan, an Assistant Professor of Civil and Mechanical Engineering at the Institut National des Sciences Appliquees (INSA) in Rennes, France.

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NOMATEN is looking for up to 2 Research Group Leaders

14 January 2021

NOMATEN is looking for up to two Research Group Leaders for experimental studies of materials under extreme condition. The deadline fo applications is FEBRUARY 20th 2021. Check more at HR/Career section.

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NOMATEN Webinar on January 12th at 1:00PM CET: Materials and technology challenges for nuclear fusion reactor

05 January 2021

Ms Aleksandra Baron-Wiecheć, Assistant Professor on Materials Science and Engineering, Guangdong Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Shantou China, will be a lecturer at NOMATEN's Webinar on January 12th at 01:00PM (CET). The topic of the seminar is: Materials and technology challenges for nuclear fusion reactor

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NOMATEN Webinar on DEC 1 at 1PM: Scanning electron microscopy and related techniques in application to materials characterization

30 November 2020

Join our webinar on scanning electron microscopy and related techniques by Iwona Jóźwik PhD from the National Centre for Nuclear Research.

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