Saarland University in Saarbrücken, Germany, EU
Position: Professor, Head of Institute for Functional Materials at Saarland University in Saarbrücken, Germany; Director of the Material Engineering Center Saarland “MECS”; President of the German Society for Materials “DGM”
Specialization: 3D microstructure research in micro/nano scale, high performing functional metallic materials
At the NANOCON´20 Prof. Dr. Mücklich will deliver invited lecture at the Session A “Transformation imprinted materials – morphological signatures, controlled multilayer reactions and a new era of joining”.
Education and Career Accomplishments:
Frank Mücklich (*1959) graduated in Physical Metallurgy and Materials Science & Engineering at the Freiberg Mining Academy (Germany) in 1985. And at the same university he received the title Dr.-Ing. in Physical Metallurgy (1987). In 1990-1991, he served as a postdoc at Max Planck Institute for Metals Research in Stuttgart and in 1991-1995 as a Leader of the Group “Materials Characterization and Microstructure Design”. Since 1995 he is Head of the Institute for Functional Materials at Saarland University and since 2009 he is founding director of the Material Engineering Research Center Saarland (MECS) in Saarbrücken. In 2008 he established and since that year he chairs the European School of Materials (EUSMAT) at the Saarland University.
Main interests of F. Mücklich are in the field of:
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