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7th Dresden Nanoanalysis Symposium, Dresden, August 30, 2019

Opening of 7th Dresden Nanoanalysis Symposium, 2019, by Professor Dr. Ehrenfried Zschech
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Invited speakers 7th DNS
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Poster award winners
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The Dresden Nanoanalysis Symposium, organized by the Dresden Fraunhofer Cluster Nanoanalysis (DFCNA), was held at Fraunhofer IKTS Dresden (Germany), Maria-Reiche-Strasse 2, on August 30, 2019. In that year, the symposium stood under the particular motto: "Nano-scale characterization for cutting-edge materials research and sustainable materials development".

The symposium provided highlights in the field of nanoanalysis, represented by 3 keynote talks, 9 invited talks of world class speakers and a poster session. You will find the program on the conference web page: https://www.nanoanalytik.fraunhofer.de/en/events/7DNS.html.

The symposium covered the topics of nanoanalysis and materials characterization along the whole value and innovation chain, from fundamental research up to industrial applications. It brought togethter scientists and engineers from universities, research institutions, equipment manufacturers and industrial end-users. New results in disruptive nanoanalysis techniques were reported in several talks and in the poster sessions, and novel solutions in the field of materials characterization for process and quality control were shown. The discussions and interactions between the stakeholders helped to identify gaps in the fields of advancing nanoanalysis and materials characterization and to propose actions to close them and to support industrial exploitation of innovative materials.  

Fig. 1: Opening remarks – Ehrenfried Zschech

Fig. 2: Invited and keynote speakers (from left to right): Joanna Wojewoda-Budka, Institute of Metallurgy and Materials Science Cracow, Poland; Xinliang Feng, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany; Josef Keckes, Montanuniversität Leoben, Austria; Robert Sinclair, Stanford University, Palo Alto/CA, USA; Elvira Fortunato, Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, Portugal; Yuri Gogotsi, Drexel Nanomaterials Institute Philidelphia/PA, USA; Ehrenfried Zschech, Fraunhofer IKTS Dresden, Germany (Symposium Chair); Olivier Thomas, Aix Marseille Université, France; Gerd Schneider, Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin, Germany; Oden Warren, Bruker Minneapolis/MN, USA; Paula Vilarinho, University of Avairo, Portugal; Georg Haberfehlner, Graz University of Technology, Austria; Manon Letiche, Institute Laue-Langevin Grenoble, France

Fig. 3: Poster award winners (from left to right): Diana Gaspar, Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, Portugal; Maximilian Lederer, Fraunhofer IPMS Dresden, Germany; Martyna Strag, Institute of Metallurgy and Materials Science Cracow, Poland; Ehrenfried Zschech, Fraunhofer IKTS Dresden (Symposium Chair); Malgorzata Lewandowska, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland (Chair of the Poster Award Committee)

8th International PhD Meeting, Dresden, August 28-29, 2019

Statement:

“Let me express my deep gratitude to the Organizer of this meeting, Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems and particularly to Professor Ehrenfried Zschech and his team. We were filling that we were like in the family, European family, having opportunity to present the results of our research, exchange ideas, interact with each other both scientifically and socially. We would like to appreciate very much your generous financial support to this meeting and also to Symposium on Nanoanalysis. Therefore, once again from my wholeheard thank you Ehrenfried very much.”

Prof. Paweł Zięba, Institute of Metallurgy and Materials Science, Polish Academy of Sciences, Krakow, Poland

DGM course "Nano-scale Materials", Dresden, August 26-28, 2019

DGM training course
Participants of the DGM training course

The course was intended for individuals who wish to expand their knowledge in the field of nano-scale materials and nanoanalysis. The subjects covered in this course extended from fundamentals of materials science and analysis to the current nanotechnologies and challenges in industry. Scientists, engineers and technicians working in industry, research and education, who are interested to extend their knowledge in nanoanalysis, could benefit from this course. Chairman of the seminar was Prof. Dr. Ehrenfried Zschech, Dresden Fraunhofer Cluster Nanoanalysis, Germany. For more information see the web page of the course.

DGM-Fortbildung "Materialanalytik und Künstliche Intelligenz", Dresden, 20.-21. Mai 2019

DGM training course
Materialanalytik und künstliche Intelligenz

Ausgehend von kurzen Einführungen zur Materialanalytik und zur Künstlichen Intelligenz wurden in dieser Fortbildung wesentliche Verfahren zur Charakterisierung von dünnen Schichten, von Nanostrukturen und von Nanoteilchen erläutert. Dabei wurden neue Erkenntnisse aus der Grundlagenforschung vorgestellt und erörtert sowie applikationsspezifische Lösungen aus Mikroelektronik, Energietechnik und Leichtbau demonstriert. Das Potenzial der Anwendung von Algorithmen des maschinellen Lernens in Mikroskopie, Spektroskopie und bei der Gewinnung von Daten, die die Struktur, Morphologie und die Eigenschaften von Materialien beschreiben, wurde von Referenten, die sowohl aus Forschung und Lehre als auch aus der industriellen Praxis kommen, aufgezeigt..für weitere Informationen besuchen Sie bitte die Webseite zur Fortbildung.

Statements:

“Die Fortbildung hat mir den aktuellen Stand und die Möglichkeiten der KI in der Materialanalytik näher gebracht und vor allem neue Möglichkeiten von REM und TEM für meine tägliche Arbeit aufgezeigt.”

Gerald Urban, Entwicklungsingenieur, TRUMPF Laser GmbH Berlin

“Sehr gut organisierte Fortbildung mit guten Fachbeiträgen und Diskussionen zu aktuellen Fragen moderner Materialanalytik. Die Labortour hat sehr beindruckt!“  

Werner Blum, Manager Material Development Analysis, VISHAY BCcomponents BEYSCHLAG GmbH, Germany

6th Dresden Nanoanalysis Symposium, Dresden, August 31, 2018

Opening 6th DNS
Opening of 6th Dresden Nanoanalysis Symposium, 2018, by Professor Dr. Ehrenfried Zschech
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Poster Award Winners (from right to left): Adriana C. Costa, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Caparica, Portugal; Kristina Kutukova, Fraunhofer IKTS Dresden, Germany; Alireza M. Kia, Fraunhofer IPMS Dresden, Germany

The Dresden Nanoanalysis Symposium, organized by the Dresden Fraunhofer Cluster Nanoanalysis (DFCNA), was held at Fraunhofer IKTS Dresden (Germany), Maria-Reiche-Strasse 2, on August 31, 2018. In that year, the symposium stood under the particular motto: "Materials challenges for automotive industry - Micro- and nanoscale characterization".

The symposium provided highlights in the field of nanoanalysis, represented by 3 keynote talks, 11 invited talks of world class speakers and a poster session. You will find the program on the conference web page: http://www.nanoanalytik.fraunhofer.de/en/events/6DNS.html.

The symposium covered the topics of nanoanalysis and materials characterization along the whole value and innovation chain, from fundamental research up to industrial applications. It brought togethter scientists and engineers from universities, research institutions, equipment manufacturers and industrial end-users. New results in disruptive nanoanalysis techniques were reported in several talks and in the poster sessions, and novel solutions in the field of materials characterization for process and quality control were shown. The discussions and interactions between the stakeholders helped to identify gaps in the fields of advancing nanoanalysis and materials characterization and to propose actions to close them and to support industrial exploitation of innovative materials.