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1 Institute of Fundamental Technological Research Polish Academy of Sciences

2 Network of Excellence Knowledge-based Multicomponent Materials for Durable and Safe Performance (KMM-NoE) W.K. Nowacki K. Doliński M. Basista Coordinators

3 Centre of Excellence for A dvanced M aterials A nd S tructures (AMAS) Modelling and Durability Analysis for Engineering Design Coordinator Prof. Zenon Mróz

4 Institute of Fundamental Technological Research Centre of Excellence for Advanced Materials And Structures: Modelling and Durability Analysis for Engineering Design The mission of the Centre is to promote research and disseminate knowledge on modern materials and structures with a special emphasis on novel aspects of mechanics and materials science which have a direct relevance to designing the optimal material structures and systems of high reliability.

5 Executive Committee Prof. Zenon Mróz Scientific Coordinator of AMAS Prof. Michał Basista Assoc. Coordinator - Visitors & Networking Prof. Krzysztof Doliński Assoc. Coordinator - Finances & Administration Prof. Wojciech K. Nowacki Assoc. Coordinator - Knowledge Dissemination Prof. Henryk Petryk Assoc. Coordinator - Building of Research Capacity Dr. Andrzej Siemaszko Assoc. Coordinator - Brokerage & Cooperation with Industry Prof. Kazimierz Sobczyk Assoc. Coordinator - Education Activity

6 International Advisory Board Prof. Jean L. Chaboche Office National dEtudes et de Recherches Aérospatiales, France Prof. Dietmar Gross Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany Prof. Herbert A. Mang Technische Universität Wien, Austria Prof. Carlos A. Mota Soares Instituto Superior Tecnico, Portugal Prof. Eugenio Oñate Universidad Politecnica de Cataluña, Spain Prof. Pauli Pedersen Technical University of Denmark, Denmark Prof. Bernard Schrefler Universita di Padova, Italia

7 Fields of special attention Composite materials Damage, fracture and fatigue Micromechanics Electronics and active materials Biomechanics Durability of structures

8 Type of event Number of events Number of invited speakers Number of participants Short Advanced Courses Specialized Workshops ~940 Ph.D. Courses35 ~525 Volumes published Visitors exchanged76--- Activity and Achievements During three years of its activity the CoE AMAS has executed the planned education and training programme by organizing a number of short-term advanced courses, specialized workshops, inviting outstanding foreign scientists to deliver intensive courses included in the programme of doctoral studies at IPPT.

9 Impact on scientific integration is the coordinator of a 6FP Network of Excellence project retained for negotiation after the second stage positive evaluation by EC. coordinates the International Scientific Network on Advanced Materials and Structures is a coordinator or partner in over 10 projects of different type instruments of 6FP submitted in the AMAS research area Due to CoE AMAS inspiration, the home Institute (IPPT) :

10 Centre of Excellence Applied Biomedical Modelling and Diagnostics (ABIOMED) – Prof. J.J. Telega multi-disciplinary area of applied and theoretical modelling and designing in modern biomechanical and bioengineering research. Centre of Excellence for Laser Processing and Material Advanced Testing (LAPROMAT) – Prof. L. Dietrich innovative laser processing techniques, modern strength testing techniques. Institute of Fundamental Technological Research

11 International Scientific Network ADVANCED MATERIALS AND STRUCTURES Microstructures, Modelling, Safety, Applications AMAS-ISN Coordinators: W. Nowacki M. Basista, K. Doliński IPPT - Warsaw I. Material Microstructures Coordinator: Z. Mróz IPPT - Warsaw II. Biomaterials Coordinator: R. Będzinski Wroclaw Univ. of Technology III. Intelligent Systems Coordinator: J.Holnicki-Szulc IPPT – Warsaw IV. Durability & Safety Coordinator: J. Skrzypek Cracow Univ. of Technology

12 Network of Excellence Knowledge-based Multicomponent Materials for Durable and Safe Performance (KMM-NoE) Coordinator organisation:Institute of Fundamental Technological Research PAS Coordinators: Prof. Wojciech K. Nowacki Prof. Krzysztof Doliński Prof. Michał Basista The Network of Excellence KMM-NoE is being proposed by 40 partners representing leading European research institutes, university departments, SMEs and industry - from 12 countries. Retained for negotiation after the second stage positive evaluation by EC.

13 The primary goal of the proposed NoE is to create a coherent pan-European structure of key academic and research institutions, SMEs and large industrial partners in the field of knowledge-based multicomponent materials designed for safe and durable performance in highly demanding loading and environmental conditions: complex thermo-mechanical loadings, impact loading, cyclic loading, large deformations, high strain rates, high temperature regimes, aggressive chemical environment and combinations thereof. Institute of Fundamental Technological Research

14 The representatives for such knowledge-based multicomponent materials are novel: · functionally graded materials involving knowledge-based grading of metal and ceramic constituents, · thin layers of highly resistant materials deposited on the base materials to extend their performance limits, · metal-ceramic composites designed to sustain complex thermo- mechanical loading or adverse physico-chemical environment, · intermetallics a new generation of low-density, high melting-point materials for multisectoral applications. Institute of Fundamental Technological Research

15 List of participants KMM-NoE 1. Research Institutes and University Departments No.InstitutionTownCountryAcronym 1.Institute of Fundamental Technological ResearchWarsawPOLANDIPPT 2.Technische Universität DarmstadtDarmstadtGERMANYTUD 3.Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft zur Förderung der angewandten Forschung e.V. BremenGERMANYFHG 4.Vienna University of TechnologyViennaAUSTRIAIFFTUV 5.Office National dEtudes et de Recherches AérospatialesChâtillonFRANCEONERA 6.Université de MetzMetzFRANCEUM 7.Politecnico di MilanoMailandITALYPOLIMI 8.Università degli Studi di PadovaPadovaITALYUNIPAD 9.University of Wales CardiffCardiffUKUWC 10.Institute of Mechanics, Bulgarian Academy of Sci.SofiaBULGARIAIMBAS 11.AGH University of Science and TechnologyCracowPOLANDAGH 12.Institute of Metallurgy and Materials Science, Polish Academy of Sciences CracowPOLANDIMIM 13.Instituto de Tecnologia CeramicaCastellonSPAINITC 14.Imperial College LondonLondonUKIMPER 15.University of HertfordshireHatfieldUKUH 16.E. N. S., Laboratoire de Mécanique et TechnologieCachanFRANCELMT 17.Politecnico di TorinoTorinoITALYPOLITO 18.Università Politecnica delle MarcheAnconaITALYUNIVPM 19.Fundación CIDETECS.SebastiaSPAINCIDETEC 20.Institute of Construction and Architecture, Slovak Academy of Sci.BratislavaSLOVAKIAICASAS 21.Institute of Materials Research, Slovak Acad. of Sci.KosiceSLOVAKIAIMRSAS 22.Cracow University of TechnologyCracowPOLANDCUT 23.Warsaw University of TechnologyWarsawPOLANDWUT 24.Moscow State Institute of Steel and AlloysMoscowRUSSIAMSISA 25.Institute for Problems of Strength, Acad. of SciencesKievUKRAINEIPSUA

16 2. SMEs No.InstututionTownCountryAcronym 1.Materials Centre LeobenLeobenAUSTRIAMCL 2.Fundación INASMETS. Sebastian SPAININASMET 3.Materials Engineering Research Laboratory Ltd.HertfordUKMERL 4.NetComposites LtdChesterfiel d UKNETCOM 5.ATECAMontaubanFRANCEATECA 6.Giantcode A/SKlokkerhol m DENMARKGC 7.Institute for Ferrous MetallurgyGliwicePOLANDIFM

17 3. Industry No.InstitutionTownCountryAcronym 1.PZL Swidnik S.A.SwidnikPOLANDPZL 2.CeramTec AG, Innovative Ceramic EngineeringPlochingenGERMANYCERTEC 3.EADS Deutschland GmbH, Corporate Research Center GermanyMunichGERMANYEADSG 4.EADS CCRParisFRANCEEADSF 5.Snecma MoteursParisFRANCESNECMA 6.Böhler-Schmiedetechnik GmbH & CoKGKapfenbergAUSTRIABSTG 7.Centro Ricerche FiatOrbassanoITALYFIAT 8.Alenia AeronauticaNaplesITALYALENIA

18 Integration Activities WPI1: Network Integrated Coordination coordinator: Prof. W.K. Nowacki (IPPT, Warsaw) WPI2: Strategy-making Integration Activities coordinator: Prof. M. Basista (IPPT, Warsaw) WPI3: Mobility Programme coordinator: Prof. H. Mang (Vienna University of Technology, Austria) KMM-NoE list of activities in Workpackages

19 WPI4: Technology Transfer coordinator: Dr. A. Siemaszko (IPPT, Warsaw) WPI5: Sharing and Development of Infrastructure coordinator: Prof. A. Czyrska – Filemonowicz (AGH, Cracow) WPI6: Communication Tools coordinator: Dr. G. Bishop (NetComposites Ltd, Chesterfield, UK) WPI-GE: Gender Equality coordinator: Dr. A. Rota (Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft..., Bremen, Germany)

20 Research Activities WPR1: Microstructure Characterisation and Multiscale Modelling of Intermetalics coordinator:Prof. Z. Mróz (IPPT, Warsaw) WPR2: Tailoring of Microstructure and Failure Mechanisms in Metal-Ceramic Composites coordinator: Prof. B. Karihaloo (University of Wales, Cardiff, UK) WPR3: Processing and Modelling of Functionally Graded Materials under Extreme Conditions coordinator: Prof. J. Rödel (Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany)

21 Spreading of Knowledge WPS1: Training of Researchers coordinator: Prof. B. Schrefler (Università degli Studi du Padova, Italy) WPS2: Dissemination of Knowledge towards Industry coordinator: Dr. A. Moreno (Instituto de Technologia Ceramica, Castellon, Spain) WPS3: Foresight coordinator: Dr. A. Rota (Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft..., Bremen, Germany) Management WPM1: Network Management and Promotion coordinator: Prof. K. Doliński (IPPT, Warsaw)

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