The main objective of the Institute of Physics of Materials of the Czech Academy of Sciences (IPM, AS CR) is to clarify the relationship between the behaviour and properties of materials and their structural and microstructural characteristics.
On 26.2.2021, the Technology Agency of the Czech Republic (TA ČR) announced on its website the updated results of the 3rd Public Competition of the Programme for the Promotion of Industrial Research and Experimental Development – TREND – Subprogram 1 – “Technological Leaders”.
The article titled „Silver Colloid Nanoparticles, Characterization, and Their Antibacterial Activity“ exceeded 1,500 citations in 2020 (according to the WoS database). This significant response reflects the long-term relevance of the silver nanoparticle’s extraordinary antibacterial, antiviral, and antiproliferative properties in medical applications. The work was conducted in collaboration with three research institutes – Palacky University in […]
At the end of the Operational Program Research, Development and Education (2014-2020), in which more than 16,000 projects were implemented, the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports published a brochure dedicated to the “BEST” on the management and implementation of this program. Page 11 of the brochure is devoted to the project of foreign mobility […]
The WOS database has recently reported more than 1000 citation records registered for the publication by F. Otto, A. Dlouhý, Ch. Somsen, H. Bei, G. Eggeler and E.P. George: The influences of temperature and microstructure on the tensile properties of a CoCrFeMnNi high-entropy alloy, Acta Materialia, 2013, vol. 61, p. 5743-5755.
Zwick/Roell company presents on its website research of material in IPM using creep machines and machines for quasi-static tests at very high temperatures (up to 1600 °C).
Prof. Aldo R. Boccaccini from Institute of Biomaterials of the Friedrich Alexander University Erlangen-Nüremberg and Prof. Ivo Dlouhy from IPM who met recently at the KMM VIN General Assembly in Brussels, reviewed their 25 years of research collaborations.