ZGH Keynote Perspective Talks: Sustainable Metals
7th. May. 2021, invited talk, online via Zoom
Start: 7th. May. 2021. 02:00 p.m.
End: 7th. May. 2021. 03:30 p.m.
Each semester ZGH will host a Keynote Perspective Talk where an outstanding researcher will present their perspective on an emerging research topic related to interface-dominated materials. These keynote talks give room for an extended 60-minutes presentation and 30-minutes discussion. The event series will be kicked off with the keynote talk:
Sustainable Metals by Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Dierk Raabe, Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH, Düsseldorf, Germany.
Abstract:"This lecture discusses methods for improving the direct sustainability of structural metals, in areas including reduced-carbon-dioxide primary production, recycling, scrap-compatible alloy design, contaminant tolerance of alloys and improved alloy longevity. The lecture also discusses the effectiveness and technological readiness of individual measures and also shows how novel structural materials enable improved energy efficiency through their reduced mass, higher thermal stability and better mechanical properties than currently available alloys."
All interested researchers are cordially invited to join the ZGH Keynote Perspective Talk on Zoom: Go to Zoom room Meeting ID: 995 5337 3076 Password: 449575