The main objective of the Institute of Physics of Materials of the Czech Academy of Sciences (IPM, CAS) is to clarify the relationship between the behaviour and properties of materials and their structural and microstructural characteristics.
IPM have stopped cooperation with Russia4.3.2022
Institute of Physics of Materials clearly condemns the acts of aggression by the Russian Federation against Ukraine. Therefore, we immediately end cooperation on scientific projects with Russia.
Award for lifelong merit for prof. Šob20.1.2022
On 19 January 2022, the Honorary Medal of Ernst Mach for his merits in the physical sciences, was handed over to Professor Mojmír Šob, the world’s leading expert in the field of theoretical physics and solid state chemistry, at the Institute of Physics of Materials.
New microscope for materials research20.1.2022
After two years of preparations, on January 19, 2022, we put into operation a new top transmission electron microscope. At the Institute of Physics of Materials of the Czech Academy of Sciences in Brno, the device with the ability to see individual atoms will be used for research and development of new materials. Even microscopic […]
Award for long-term cooperation with the PBS Velká Bíteš, a.s.1.10.2021
The Association of Innovative Entrepreneurship of the Czech Republic awarded Innovation of the year 2020 for New types of castings of expansion heads produced by První brněnská strojírna (PBS) Velká Bíteš, a.s. This result has been achieved thanks to the long-term cooperation with the Institute of Physics of Materials CAS.
Award – Business project of the year 20202.7.2021
On June 29, 2021, the Ministry of Industry and Trade, together with the The Business and Innovation Agency, organized the award ceremony for the results of research projects from the Business Project of the Year 2020 competition. První brněnská strojírna Velká Bíteš a.s. together with the Institute of Physics of Materials CAS and UJP Praha, […]
Invitation to INNOFAT webinar11.5.2021
This webinar is organized as part of the RFCS project INNOFAT, (Innovative approach to improve fatigue performance of automotive components aiming at CO2 emissions reduction).
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