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.


Jakub Holzer receives prestigious Brno Ph.D. Talent award

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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Reopening of reconstructed Creep Lab

On February 20, 2019, we have restarted operations in our Creep Lab no. 2 after a complete reconstruction of the floor cover and the load bearing frame supporting the individual creep machines.
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We have joined in National Competence Centre MESTEC

Institute of Physics of Materials has joined in National Competence Centre MESTEC. Main aim for establishing National Competence Centere (NCC) is to enhance complex model of efficient cooperation of research institutes and development capacities of companies for growth of technological competence in the area of smart components and technologies.
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