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Program

 

ROOM 1

ROOM 2

ROOM 3

8h30 - 9h15

Registration

9h15 - 10h15

Opening Ceremony Dr. Eva García, Dr. Gemma Vara (CIDETEC-SPAIN) + Introductory talk T.S Sudarshan (MatMod Inc-USA): "Functional Surfaces through Texture- Role of Processing" - Room 1

11h20 - 11h40

Coffee break + Exhibitors + Posters

13h00 - 14h15

Lunch + Exhibitors

14h15 - 14h55

Plenary 2: Dr. Keith Parsons (MacDermid Autotype Ltd. - United Kingdom): "Easy clean surfaces for automotive interiors" - Room 1

16h20 - 16h45

Posters session + Coffee break + Posters

18h30

Welcome drink

Please go through the following information carefully with regard to the oral/poster-teaser preparation

Oral presentations:

  • Plenaries: Authors of plenary presentations will have 40 min to present their scientific work.
  • Keynote Speakers: will have 35 min to present their scientific work in addition to 5 min of questions.
  • Oral presentations: Authors of oral presentations will have 15 min to present their scientific work in addition to 5 min of questions.

Strict timekeeping will be essential to the smooth running of the meeting. Lectures must be presented in English.

Please send your presentation to smt32scientific@cidetec.es or bring it as a Powerpoint or PDF file on a USB flash drive in the preview room preferably half-a-day in advance or, at the latest, during the last break before the start of your session.

Poster / Poster-teasers:
  • Poster-teasers: Authors of posters will have 5 minutes to present their poster orally, with a maximum of 3 slides per poster. Those slides should be sent to smt32scientific@cidetec.es before the 18th of June.
  • Poster: Each poster must have a maximum size of 0.70 m in width and 1.0 m in height. The author’s name and affiliation and the title of the paper must be indicated in the top section of the poster.

The posters will be presented and numbered according to the poster programme. The poster number will be displayed on top of the board. Material for attaching the posters will be supplied by the organisers. Writing or painting on the poster board is not allowed.

The posters should be put up on Wednesday, 27 June 2018 and should not be taken down before the end of the conference.

The opportunities to present the posters are during the poster teaser, and during coffee breaks. The authors are expected to be present during the poster session.

Key Speakers

Dr. TS Sudarshan

Dr. T.S. Sudarshan is the President and CEO of Materials Modification, Inc. He has a PhD from Virginia Tech and has been responsible for driving the company’s technological leadership in the development of next generation materials, processes and techniques for the past 31 years.

He has been a passionate entrepreneur and provided employment to over 400 individuals, provided the first jobs for over 180 students, served on over 10 thesis committees for M,S. and Ph.D’s. Dr Sudarshan has served on the National Materials Advisory Board, Ohio Third Frontier Committees, ASM International Board, Committees for the Army, NSF, NIH and DoE. He has over 180 papers, editor of two journals – Materials and Manufacturing Processes and Surface Engineering, coeditor of 34 books, holder of 29 patents, winner of two R and D 100 awards, Fellow of ASM International, Fellow of IFHTSE, Fellow of IMMM, UK, and Distinguished Alumni of IITM. He has been responsible for heading the development of 18 products and has worked in difficult to solve problems in the area of nanotechnology and surface engineering. He is currently on the Advisory Board of ATI, South Carolina.


Dr.-Ing./PhD Laurent Bortolotto

Dr.-Ing. Laurent Bortolotto works at Laboratory Materials & Processes of Airbus Helicopters. He is in charge of a team of 12 people across 3 sites and active as Technical Expert for Surface Treatments and Corrosion protections. In the past decade he has been the author of several scientific papers, conference lectures and patents in the field of metallic materials engineering and chemical processes.

He obtained in 2003 a European Master of Science in Materials & Process Engineering after a 5-year training completed at EEIGM in Nancy, incl. semesters in Toulouse & Nancy (France), at the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (Spain), the University of Lulea (Sweden) and the EADS Research Center in Munich (Germany).

Before joining Eurocopter, had a record of 8 years in industry and institutional research and development, shared between Mecaplast (Stuttgart), the EADS Research & Technology (Friedrichshafen) and the Dechema Research Institute in Frankfurt/Main. At the latter, completed a PhD in chemical reaction engineering (2010) and post-doc in high-temperature alloys and protective coatings (corrosion/oxidation) applied to turbine blades.

In 2012, joined the Laboratory Materials & Processes of Airbus Helicopters (Donauwörth), Metallic Materials Department, as contributor and leader on R&D topics related to REACh, and technical support to production and programmes.

Since 2016: nominated Airbus Expert and Team leader on the perimeter Surface Treatment and Corrosion Protection in transnational (Marignane, Paris-le-Bourget, Donauwörth); with active exchanges across the Airbus divisions and with strategic partners and suppliers.


Dr. Peter Leisner

Peter Leisner has more than 25 years of experience in applied materials research and technology transfer to industry from different organizations. Since 2006 he is head of the Electronics Department at RISE Research Institutes of Sweden and holds an adjunct professorship in surface technology at Jönköping University.

He has an MSc in chemical engineering (1989) and a PhD in surface technology (1992), both from the Technical University of Denmark (DTU). He is member of the European Academy of Surface Technology (EAST) since 2003 and president of EAST since 2015.


Dr. Keith Parsons

Dr. Keith Parsons is Research and Development Manager for MacDermid Autotype Ltd.

He has 30 years’ experience with research and development of coated film products, from magnetic recording media and photographic films through to hardcoated nanostructured films and products for Film Insert Moulding. He has 18 years’ experience in the R&D department at MacDermid Autotype and before that worked for both 3M and Imation. He has a Ph.D. in Chemistry from Imperial College, London.


Werner Richtering, PhD

Werner Richtering is Atotech´s R&D Manager Cleaners and Pretreatment for General Metal Finishing

He studied chemistry in Bochum and Heidelberg and received his PhD in semiconductor photo-electrochemistry and surface science at the Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society in Berlin.

He has been with Atotech Deutschland GmbH since 1993, the year of the foundation of the company in Berlin. He held various positions in the research department for electroless nickel, zinc and zinc-alloy electroplating, corrosion resistant coatings and in corporate R&D.

From 2006 he was manager R&D GMF being responsible for R&D coordination, strategy and New Technologies and the implementation of Atotech’s Green Technology Roadmap within the GMF business unit.

Since Oct. 2017 he is heading the new R&D function for metal cleaning and pretreatment.

INVITED TALK: Dr. Nhat Truong Nguyen, winner of the EAST- Schwäbisch Gmünd Prize 2017

Thermal dewetting of noble metals on anodic TiO2 nanotubes leads to significantly enhanced photocatalytic H2 generation

Nhat Truong Nguyen and Patrik Schmuki

University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Martensstr. 7, 91052 Erlangen, Germany

TiO2 has received large attention due to its ability to “photocatalytically” generate H2 from H2O.[1] Under “open-circuit” (no external bias applied) conditions, noble metal-decoration (mainly Pt and Au) on TiO2 is needed for successful H2 photo-generation. Not only the presence but also the size, amount, distribution and location of the noble metals co-catalyst on a TiO2 surface affect the final photocatalytic performance.[2] In this work we investigate TiO2 nanotubes (NTs) where several well explored methods exist to effectively decorate noble metals onto the NTs – these, however, mostly result in a decoration of the full tube length with nanoparticles. Herein we show a different approach: we decorate by sputter-deposition very thin metal films (nominally a few nm-thick) only at the mouth of the tubes. Then, by a controlled thermal treatment, the metal films are dewetted selectively at the rim of the tubes into regularly ordered nanoparticles that are as small as of 4-5 nm in diameter.[3] This site-selective deposition allows for minimizing the amounts of costly noble metal co-catalyst, while it leads at the same time to a dramatically enhanced photocatalytic H2 generation in comparison with any conventional decoration approach.

[1] A. Fujishima, K. Honda, Nature 1972, 238, 37.

[2] M. Altomare, N. T. Nguyen, P. Schmuki, Chem. Sci. 2016, 7, 6865.

[3] N. T. Nguyen, M. Altomare, J. Yoo, P. Schmuki, Adv. Mater. 2015, 27, 3208.

Plenary Lectures

By Dr. Peter Leisner

Aspects to be considered when making innovation out of promising research results in surface technology

  • - RISE Research Institute of Sweden, Borås, Sweden
  • - Jönköping University, Jönköping, Sweden
  • - European Academy of Surface Technology, Europe

Abstract

Promising results in the research laboratory does not automatically lead to new innovations. In order to become an innovation, the result must fulfil a particular need which has a value. It must be possible to quantify the value, meaning that costumers must be willing to pay for the result that meets the need.

It is essential to be aware of the maturity of a new technology, i.e. the so-called technology readiness level (TRL) of the technology. In the early stages of the development of a technology the risk is mainly related to not being able to meet the technical specification. When the technology matures, the uncertainty of the technology decreases which turns the risk to be related to economy instead of technology. The last steps containing product and production development are expensive and costs must be covered by the value of the invention.

There are many other factors influencing the realization of an innovation, e.g. legislation, development of prize of raw materials, ability to create spin-off innovations etc.

The presentation will discuss aspects that should be considered when making innovation out of promising research results. The subject will be illustrated by several examples from innovation in surface technology.

By Dr. Keith Parsons

Easy clean surfaces for automotive interiors

  • Keith Parsonsa, Martin Herberta, Herrick Yua
  • aMacDermid Enthone Industrial Solutions, Grove Rd, Wantage, UK

Abstract

Applications for displays and touch interfaces within automotive control panels are increasing. Wear of these surfaces from frequent driver and passenger interaction must be minimized during the lifetime of the vehicle. Drivers rely on the information from these panels and so must be able to clean them easily to maintain visibility. Positioning of display components within the vehicle requires additional optical consideration to be given to the surface, including the provision of antiglare or antireflective coatings. This presentation will discuss the latest range of surfaces deliverable by Film Insert Moulding (FIM), where a hardcoated polycarbonate substrate is introduced into components by a range of forming and moulding processes so that it comprises the outer surface of the finished component. Significant improvements in surface hardness and abrasion resistance combined with “easy clean” without the need for use of detergents or other wet cleaning materials can be demonstrated. Other properties such as formability, optical performance, chemical, solvent and humid aging resistance are maintained in the construction giving a truly multi-functional coated layer. Examples of automotive interiors using materials of this class will be shown.

By Werner Richtering, PhD

Decorative and functional coatings for automotive applications

  • Werner Richteringa, Sabine Sengla, Peter Hülsera, Mabya Fechnera, Stefan Gerholda
  • aAtotech Deutschland GmbH, Berlin, Germany

Abstract

While Surface Finishing is often regarded as a mature “old” technology, it is in fact a key enabling technology for Information Technology, Materials, Automotive and many more areas. All contributors to the supply chain i.e. process chemicals and know how suppliers, equipment manufacturers, plating companies, Tier 1 suppliers and OEM’s have made significant contributions towards a sustainable and environmentally responsible technology development over the past decades.

The talk will give an overview of the challenges the surface finishing industry is facing from worldwide chemical legislation over new technologies to cost pressure in order to meet the automotive OEM roadmaps not only for technology developments but also for reduced environmental impacts of their operations.

New developments in the area of functional corrosion resistant coatings will be presented with a focus on trivalent chromium based passivates of Zn-alloy coatings.

Also for decorative applications the future belongs to coatings with a final finish obtained from trivalent chromium electrolytes. The talk will cover aspects of accelerated corrosion testing and surface modifications to enhance both decorative and functional properties for interior and exterior automotive applications.

By Dr.-Ing./PhD Laurent Bortolotto

Surface treatments and anti-corrosion protections in the Aeronautic industry: Environmental factors, trends & needs for helicopter applications

Abstract

In the last 10 years, the Aeronautic industry had to face several challenges, from production ramp-up, integration of new technologies in products, to weight-reduction campaigns and substitution of obsolete processes in order to meet environmental regulations in plants and production lines. In addition, product safety, maturity analysis, accelerated test phases and modelling of systems were strongly put in focus in materials & processes departments in order to contribute to the global performance of the flying parts. An overview into the Airbus Helicopters Surface Engineering activities related to corrosion protections, REACh-compliant treatments, performance increase for new aircrafts and trends for the future will be presented. Beyond this, specificities and challenges around helicopter products will be highlighted.

By Dr T.S. Sudarshan

Functional Surfaces through Texture- Role of Processing

Abstract

Over the years, numerous techniques have been developed to create texture in materials. The advent of high resolution measurement technologies coupled with the ability to precisely tailor or monitor the geography of the texture has allowed for unique combinations to improve functionality for specific applications. Through this talk, various insights into developments by processing methods on a wide range of materials will be discussed and the ability to look at multifunctional capabilities that are now feasible on the same surface. This texture development coupled with 3d printing can open up a new era of developments on creating components and materials that provide for minimal waste, improved manufacturing and operational costs.

SOCIAL PROGRAM

> Coffee breaks, lunches, poster sessions and exhibition are localized in the Hall at the Gipuzkoa Science and Technology Park.

> Welcome drink

Meeting at 18:30 hours on Wednesday at the AQUARIUM SAN SEBASTIAN for the welcome drink.

ADDRESS:
Plaza de Carlos Blasco Imaz, 1,
20003 Donostia, Gipuzkoa

Undoubtedly, one of the highlights of the Aquarium of San Sebastian lies in its over 31 aquariums dedicated to the Cantabrian-Atlantic Sea and tropical themed aquariums.

Noteworthy among these, the large tank, we call Oceanarium, crossed by a 360º tunnel, where you can observe a variety of Atlantic and Cantabrian species and the two bull sharks.

But besides the doubtless attraction of this tank, with more than 1.5 million liters of water and more than 40 species of fish, you can enjoy a journey full of aquariums where you can contemplate marvelous invertebrates and many more species that provide the proper measure of the biodiversity that hosts the ocean and the importance of preserving it.

> Gala diner

The gala dinner of the conference will take place at the PALACIO DE MIRAMAR. Meeting at 20:00 hours on thursday.

ADDRESS:
48 Paseo Miraconcha,
20007 Donostia, Gipuzkoa

Miramar Palacewas built in 1893 on the orders of queen María Cristina of Austria, who used to spend her summers in San Sebastian. The palace is reminiscent of English noble country houses. Designed by the English architect Selden Womun and built by the master craftsman José Goikoa, for years it remained in the hands of the Spanish royal family, serving as their summer residence.

The whole of Miramar complex, integrated by the palace with its park, and diverse buildings, gardens and dependencies, coversa surface of 34,136 square meters.

The dress code is casual.

REGISTRATION CLOSED

Registration for the SMT32 Conference is closed.

10h20 - 11h00

Keynote: 202 Stefano Rossi, Italy, Influence of addition of hard particles on the mechanical and chemical behavior of vitreous enamel

11h00 - 11h20

233 Gregory Marcos, France, Tribological properties of austenitic stainless steels after surface patterning and plasma-assisted nitriding process

10h20 - 11h00

Keynote: 194 Ana Clara Marques, Portugal, Engineered microcapsules for adhesive and self-healing surfaces

11h00 - 11h20

203 Massimo Calovi, Italy, Addition of graphene oxide plates in cataphoretic deposited organic coatings

10h20 - 11h00

Keynote: 273 Mikhail Zheludkevich, Germany, LDH-based active sealing for anodised Al and Mg alloys

11h00 - 11h20

220 You Zhang, China, Smart protective coating system based on layered double hydroxides

11h40 - 12h00

249 Laura Silvia Vaca, Argentina, Mechanical and corrosion properties of ion nitrided and coated AISi 316L using plasma based ion implantation and deposItion

12h00 - 12h20

215 Ivo Černý, Czech Republic, Comprehensive evaluation of properties of laser hard overlaying of H13 steel on structural S355 steel

12h20 - 12h40

306 Fabiola Brusciotti, Spain, Hybrid sol-gel coating system for corrosion protection of steel

12h40 - 13h00

298 Dewis Figuet, France, Relations between structure, corrosion behaviors and tribological properties for nickel-tungsten alloy coatings

11h40 - 12h00

237 Carsten Becker-Willinger, Germany, Self-healing coating based on polyrotaxanes cross-linked with heteropolysiloxanes

12h00 - 12h20

223 Abdelhamid Boudiba, Belgium, Correlation between mechanical and barrier properties of zirconia and yttria-doped zirconia thin prepared by sol-gel method

12h20 - 12h40

288 Vincent Gaud, France, New sol-gel anti-reflective coating for plastic injection molded optical components for LED lighting

12h40 - 13h00

226 Cecilia Agustín Saenz, Spain, Eco-friendly hybrid sol-gel coatings for replacement of Cr-based treatments in medium strength aluminium alloys for space application

11h40 - 12h00

197 Stephan Lederer, Germany, Surface modification of Ti 13Nb 13Zr by plasma electrolytic oxidation

12h00 - 12h20

211 Julien Martin, France, Growth of a nano-structured coating during plasma electolyric oxidation of Al in “soft” regime condition

12h20 - 12h40

218 Anissa Bouali, Germany, Alumina aerogel treatment for in-situ LDH growth on PEO for active corrosion protection of AA2024

12h40 - 13h00

282 Carsten Blawert, Germany, PEO processing of Mg alloys

15h20 - 15h40

222 Pedro Poza, Spain, Erosion of cold sprayed aeronautical coatings

15h40 - 16h00

270 Ainara López, Spain, Tribocorrosion of steel and coatings in offshore

16h00 - 16h20

204 Leonardo Bertolucci Coelho, Belgium, Unveiling the effect of the electrodes area on the corrosion mechanism of a graphite - AA2024-T3 galvanic couple by localised electrochemistry

15h20 - 15h40

245 Lathe Jones, Australia, Surface modification with noble metals of metal organic frameworks (MOFs) via galvanic replacement

15h40 - 16h00

280 Piotr Zabinski, Poland, Magnetoelectrochemistry – new way to control morphology of cathodic deposit

16h00 - 16h20

232 Natalia Tsyntsaru, Lithuania, Electrochemical production of cobalt foams for detection of free chlorine in water

15h20 - 15h40

219 Liang Wu, China, Fabrication of Protective Layered Double Hydroxide Films on the surface of anodized magnesium alloys

15h40 - 16h00

238 Thierry Czerwiec , France, Multiscale characterization of the nitrided lightweight intermetallic FeAl40 grade 3 alloy

10h15 - 10h35

269 Edoardo Bemporad, Italy, Micro-scale fracture toughness assessment in thin films: recent advances and future trends

10h35 - 10h55

198 Rafael Colás, Mexico, Erosion of a converted ceramic coated aluminium alloy

10h55 - 11h15

231 Mustafa Ürgen, Turkey, Investigations of the galvanic coupling behavior between Tin and TiAlN coatings and steel

10h15 - 10h55

Keynote: 257 Andreas Bund, Germany, Electrodeposition of aluminium alloys from ionic liquid

10h55 - 11h15

296, Francisco Javier Pérez Trujillo, Spain, Performance of AlTiSiN nanostructured coatings on P92 steel for critic oxidation conditions: TG-MS study

10h15 - 10h55

Keynote: 281 Suman Shrestha, United Kingdom, Advanced ceramic coatings for improving vehicle fuel efficiency

10h55 - 11h15

236 Luca Magagnin, Italy, Metallization process of magnesium alloys through fatty acid pretreatment and electroless plating

11h40 - 12h00

217 Luca Pezzato, Italy, Effect of pre-oxidation treatment on the corrosion resistance of PEO coatings produced on steels

12h00 - 12h20

234 Mariana H. Staia, France, Mechanical properties of WC/Co-CNT HVOF sprayed coatings

12h20 - 12h40

254 Sebastien Touzain, France, In situ monitoring of organic coating swelling by scanning electrochemical microscopy: Influence of water uptake and temperature

12h40 - 13h00

279 Lucía Pérez Gandarillas, Spain, A comparative study on the behavior of Zr, Ta, Nb and Hf coatings for electrode materials

11h40 - 12h00

289 Benoit Ter-Ovanessian, France, Corrosion protection of metallic coatings obtained from electrodeposition in ionics liquids: from aluminium to zinc-aluminium coatings

12h00 - 12h20

253 Andreas Dietz, Germany, Electrodeposition of aluminium from DMSO2–based electrolytes at room temperature

12h20 - 12h40

261 Adriana Ispas, Germany, Niobium electrodeposition in ionic liquids

11h40 - 12h00

193 Nevenka Elezovic, Serbia, Electrodeposited Ag-Pd alloys as the catalysts for low temperature fuel cells application

12h00 - 12h20

209 Edita Vernickaite, Lithuania, Electrocatalytic hydrogen evaluation on electrodeposited W-based alloy electrodes

12h20 - 12h40

275 Ana Zuzuarregui, Spain, High performance interference patterns fabricated by magnetron sputtering

12h40 - 13h00

230 Aatif Ijaz, Turkey, Nanocomposite coating for corrosion protection of Cu:Inhibitor filled SiO2-based nanocontainers in SBS

16h25 - 16h45

268 Marco Sebastiani, Italy, Residual stress depth profiling with 50 nm resolution: advances of the ring-core approach

16h45 - 17h05

310 Caterina Zanella, Sweden, Effect of the electrocrystallization condition on the passivity of Ni matrix composite coatings

17h05 - 17h25

303 Larraitz Ganborena, Spain, Cupric chloride ions effect on decorative nickel-Chromium multilayer coatings

16h25 - 16h45

250 Rocio Cortés, Spain, Cold sprayed steel coatings for maintenace of metallic structures

16h45 - 17h05

290 Bernard Normand, France, Relevance of Cold Spraying Technique dedicated to anticorrosion applications

17h05 - 17h25

308 Hyung-Jun Kim, South Korea, Performance of Cermet Coatings by HVOF for the Replacement of Hard Cr Plating

16h25 - 16h45

199 Ken Hashigata, Japan, The effect of acid pre-treatment on electroplating of gold on titanium substrate

16h45 - 17h05

272 Tzvetanka Boiadjieva-Scherzer, Austria, Surface modification of Ti6Al4V alloy material for implants

17h05 - 17h25

307 Marta Brizuela, Spain, Tribological characterization at cryogenic temperatures of MoSx-WC based coatings

10h15 - 10h55

Keynote: 200 Véronique Vitry, Belgium, Enhancement of the mechanical properties of electroless nickel-boron

10h55 - 11h15

207 Antonio Mulone, Sweden, Wear resistance of as-deposited and annealed Fe-W coatings electrodeposited from a glycolate-citrate plating bath

10h15 - 10h55

Keynote: 274 Antonello Astarita, Italy, Magnetic assisted cold spray: a first introduction

10h55 - 11h15

256 George Chatzipirpiridis, Switzerland, Electroforming of helical hard-magnetic micromachines

10h15 - 10h55

Keynote: 304 Ramón Tena, Spain, Omniphobic surfaces: overview and recent progresses

10h55 - 11h15

247 Maria Jose Clemente, Spain, Novel surface polymeric coatings with hydrophobic and self-heating functionalities

11h40 - 12h00

255 Evangelia Pavlatou, Greece, Electrodeposition of carbon based nanocomposites

12h00 - 12h20

239 Luca Magagnin, Italy, Electroless deposition of composites as antierosion coatings

12h20 - 12h40

213 Anne Pascale Romano, Belgium, Sodium dodecyl sulfate doped polypyrrole electropolymerized on 316L stainless steel bipolar plates designed for PEMFC

12h40 - 13h00

201 Richard Merrill, United Kingdom, Nickel Turmeric composite coatings

11h40 - 12h00

196 Bonin Luiza, Belgium, Role of tin as a stabilizer in an electroless nickel-boron plating bath: Electroless NiB-Sn alloys properties

12h00 - 12h20

286 Natalia Kovalska, Austria, Mechanism of iron-phosphorous alloys electrodeposition under direct current from glycine plating baths

12h20 - 12h40

264 Aliona Nicolenco, Lithuania, Effect of alumina sub-microparticles on the mechanical, corrosion and tribological properties of electrodeposited Fe-W composite coatings

12h40 - 13h00

221 Leandro Gonzalez, Spain, Cr(VI)-free sealing process for thin Sulfuric Acid Anodizing (SAA) layers on AA2024

11h40 - 12h00

227 Rosa Di Mundo, Italy, Double-scale plasma textured teflon spheres: Air retaining and drag reducing properties underwater

12h00 - 12h20

258 Francisco Cordovilla, Spain, Robust fabrication of modified wettability surfaces by high intensity nanosecond lasers

12h20 - 12h40

284 Iban Quintana, Spain, Processing technologies and strategies for self-cleaning surfaces: from superhydrophic to hydrophilic surfaces

12h40 - 13h00

277 Haifeng Zhang, China, Facile preparation of the porous FZCF surfaces for oil/water separation

14h20 - 14h40

214 Maria Lekka, Italy, Effect of the plating parameters on the deposition of Ni matrix coatings containing Ti nanoparticles

14h40 - 15h00

263 Giovanna Gautier, Italy, Tribological analysis of AlSiCrN coatings for die casting application

15h00 - 15h20

283 David Weston, United Kingdom, Electrodeposition of nano composite Co-SiC coatings by pulse reverse plating

15h20 - 15h40

311 Santiago Pinate, Sweden, Influence of the particle size on the electrocrystallization of nickel matrix composite coatings

14h20 - 14h40

259 Rishi Pillai., Germany, Thermodynamic and kinetic modelling for predicting the degradation of oxidation resistant coatings on high temperature components

14h40 - 15h00

205 Jian Song, Germany, A modified calculation model for the forecast of the wear through of protection coating of electrical connectors

15h00 - 15h20

244 Paul Breuninger, Germany, Microstructuring of technical surfaces by applying single particles with an adapted cold spray process

14h20 - 14h40

212 Wolfgang Hansal, Austria, Post-treatment of 3D-printed metal parts: Support structure removal, surface finishing and corrosion protection

14h40 - 15h00

252 Ane Miren Mancisidor, Spain, Effect of surface condition in fatigue performance of selective laser melted Ti6Al4V

15h00 - 15h20

294 M.Belén García, Spain, Surface roghness reduction of internal cavities of TI6Al4V parts produced by SLM

Yin-Yu Chang

Mechanical properties and tribological performance of TiVN hard coatings synthesized by cathodic arc evaporation

Rosa Griñon Echaniz

Effect of seawater constituents on the performance of thermal spray aluminum (TSA) in marine environments

Jonathan León

Corrosion resistance and semiconductive properties of chromium electrodeposits obtained from model electrolytes

Yelena Sverdlov

Characterizing of self-assembled monolayer barriers by XPS and KPFM

Tomasz Tanski

Grade 1 titanium microstructure and properties investigation after FeCr powder alloying using high power diode laser

Loïc Prince

Effect of the electrolyte nature on corrosion of anodizing AZ31 magnesium alloy

Wanying Liu

Corrosion and wear behavior of PEO coatings with different concentrations of graphene on D16T aluminum alloy

Natalia Tsyntsaru

Leaching of Tin and lead from e-waste and electrowinning in the environmentally friendly solutions

Mireille Poelman

Application of coating technologies to improve the performance of cooling systems in power plants

Marta Fenero

Laponite-based multifunctional surfaces: repellence to solids and liquids

Rosa Di Mundo

Soft blasting of Al alloys: Aesthetic effects and wetting behaviour over time

Liene Pluduma

Influence of polymer surface energy on sliding speed

Mariana H. Staia

Residual stresses in electroless nickel coatings

Ieva Stafecka

Investigation of steel topography for hydrophobicity and longevity

Celine Arrighi

Electrodeposition of Zn-Fe coatings

Asier Salicio

Effect of annealing on the mechanical properties and corrosion resistance of multilayered electroless coatings

Reinhard Böck

Polarisation phenomena During Pd Deposition from ionic liquids

Mila Manolova

Pd-Alloys Deposition from ionic liquids

Sang-Hoon Yoon

HVOF and Cold Spray Coating Technology to Improve the Performance of Resistance Welding Electrodes

Justine Rodriguez

Development of a self-healing coating for the corrosion protection of Zn-Mg coated steel

Cristina Navarro Senent

Magneto-electric properties of nanoporous Co-Pt dots synthesized by micelle-assisted electrodeposition on lithographed substrates

Tzvetanka Boiadjieva-Scherzer

Effect of annealing temperature on ζ-CrZn13 phase formation in electrodeposited Zn-Cr alloy coatings

Roberto Acuña Rey

Reinforcement strategies to fabricate aluminium matrix composite by FSP technique

Naroa Imaz

Codeposition of IF-WS2 nanoparticles in Ni matrix by pulse plating and ultrasound agitation

Haifeng Zhang

Preparation and drag reduction of porous superhydrophobic surface on stainless steel