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Intercultural awareness and team communication trainings for NOMATEN's scientists

21 January 2022

Multinational NOMATEN team will take part in dedicated training on intercultural communication and team building. This is a part of the excellence approach in the field of human resources at NOMATEN.

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NOMATEN Seminar on JAN 25: Nanoindentation techniques for the microstructure vs. mechanical property correlation of virgin and irradiated materials

19 January 2022

Peter Hähner PhD from JRC and Nuclear Safety and Security Directorate (Netherlands) will be our guest at next NOMATEN Seminar on Tuesday JANUARY 25 at 1PM CET.

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JUNIOR SEMINAR: Mechanical and electrical properties of polymer materials exposed to ionizing radiation

17 January 2022

Anna Kosińska, scientist at NOMATEN's Materials Characterization Research Group, will give a presentation at our JUNIOR SEMINAR on January 18th: Mechanical and electrical properties of polymer materials exposed to ionizing radiation.

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NOMATEN SEMINAR: Elucidating Three-Dimensional Microstructural Evolution in Neutron Irradiated HT-UPS Steel

05 January 2022

Sri Tapaswi Nori PhD (Functional Properties Research Group at NOMATEN) will give an online lecture Elucidating Three-Dimensional Microstructural Evolution in Neutron Irradiated HT-UPS Steel on Tuesday JAN 11 2022.

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NOMATEN started a Twitter account. Follow us @NOMATEN_NCBJ

05 January 2022

In order to reach new people with our communication, we set up NOMATEN's Twitter account. Follow @NOMATEN_NCBJ and don't forget our LinkedIN profile!

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2021 in numbers: 19 new hires, 26 scientific events, 12 papers in top periodics

04 January 2022

The Center of Excellence has now become an actual center, with 5 research groups in action. The second year of our existence has been one of quick growth in spite of the global pandemic crisis, which has affected research very much. The lack of international mobility and exchanges has so to speak been substituted with hard work in the offices and laboratories. For NOMATEN, this is a well-working recipe as the steps to build up a real research environment do depend on the individual and joint effort of our staff.

We should also acknowledge the institutional support of the National Center for Nuclear Research, hosting us as an operationally independent department. Likewise, the Teaming partners CEA (France) and VTT (Finland) have been – however virtual – supportive and encouraging external “team members”. The CoE is firmly backed by the funding of the Foundation for Polish Science and is under the umbrella of an International Scientific Committee headed by prof. Sergio Bertolucci.

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JUNIOR SEMINAR: Corrosion resistance of modern Ti-based materials for long-lasting biomedical applications on DEC 14 at 1PM (13.00)

10 December 2021

Commercially pure titanium (CP-Ti) is one of the most widely used metallic material for biomedical applications owing to its unique combination of relatively low stiffness, biocompatibility and high corrosion resistance in the body fluids.

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SPECIAL SEMINAR by prof. Dierk Raabe on Tuesday DECEMBER 7 2021 at 1PM (CET): The Materials Science of Sustainable Metallurgy

01 December 2021

At the end of the year we are happy to announce prof. Dierk Raabe from Max-Planck Institut für Eisenforschung as a special guest at our seminar! The topic of his presentation is "The Materials Science of Sustainable Metallurgy".

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New job offers at NOMATEN: opportunities for postdocs, PhD candidates and specialists (deadline: December 14 2021)

29 November 2021

NOMATEN is looking for talented scientists in the areas of corrosion, advanced multifunctional materials science and novel radiopharmaceuticals.

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JUNIOR SEMINAR: Radiation Damage and D retention in tungsten irradiated by different ions on NOV 30 at 1PM (13.00)

26 November 2021

Tungsten is a promising candidate material for the wall of a future fusion reactor due to its low erosion yield and low hydrogen solubility. However, fusion neutron irradiation will induce radiation defects in the material which can strongly increase hydrogen retention. Therefore, it is important to study the mechanism of defect creation and its influence on hydrogen retention in tungsten.

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