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26 Nov: K7 Seminar; Dr. Subin Lee, Max- Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH, Düsseldorf, Nemčija; “Dislocation plasticity in FeCoCrMnNi high-entropy alloy: Quantitative insights from in situ transmission electron microscopy deformation.”, Thursday, November 28, 2019, at 10.00 in Kolar’s lecture hall
Prof. Dr. Spomenka Kobe is the recipient of the prestigious »Frey Award for Leadership in development new technologies that contribute to global sustainable development in the environment, economy, and social points of view.” The summit honored the 2019 STARS of sustainable science, technology, and innovation and was divided into ten parallel Symposia devoted to the awardees. One of them was the “Kobe International Symposium on Science of Innovative and Sustainable Alloys and Magnets (SISAM),” where the world-leading scientists from the field of magnets and complex alloys presented the latest achievements in the field. Frey Award is granted to scientists, economists, and politicians. So far, the only awarded Slovene was a commissioner for science and later for environment Dr. Janez Potočnik. https://www.ijs.si/ijsw/IJS
Sustainable Industrial Processing Summit (SIPS 2019) took place in Cyprus from 23th to 26th of October 2019. Dr. Nina Kostevšek from the Department of nanostructured materials was awarded the Wüthrich International Young Star Award for the outstanding performances during the early career stages. This award has been established in honour of the distinguished work and lifetime achievements of 2002 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry, Prof. Kurt Wüthrich, who is known for developing the NMR method for studying macrobiological molecules. Dr. Nina Kostevšek presented work on the development of new nanoparticle-based contrast agents for magnetic resonance imaging.