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.
The Science Festival 2019 was again very successful10.6.2019
Quality exhibits and accompanying program attracted a record number of visitors to the Science Festival organized by the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic.
Open House at Research Infrastructure of the IPM30.5.2019
Open Day not only for industrial partners was held on May 23, 2019 at the Institute of Physics of Materials of the Czech Academy of Sciences. This successful event, supported by the Strategy AV21, was attended by representatives of industrial companies and research organizations from all over the Czech Republic.
Success in the TRIO public tender15.5.2019
The Institute of Physics of Materials succeeded in the fourth call of the TRIO program of the Ministry of Industry and Trade, when two of its project proposals were recommended for support.
Czech-Austrian Colloquium CHARM 201915.5.2019
Czech-Austrian colloquium on first-principles modeling of advanced materials 2019
The medal was awarded to Prof. Václav Sklenička3.5.2019
For a lifelong contribution to the research of high-temperature materials and as recognition of his contribution to the technological development for a benefit of the society, prof. Václav Sklenička has been awarded by the medal „De scientia et humanitate optime meritis“.
Jakub Holzer receives prestigious Brno Ph.D. Talent award26.4.2019
Ing. Jakub Holzer, a CEITEC Ph.D. student in the program Advanced Materials and Nanosciences, receives the prestigious Brno Ph.D. Talent award. He is one of only 25 recipients of this award, which brings him 300,000 CZK for the next three years to support his research.
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