in Miskolc-Lillafüred, October 5-9, 2020. Hungary




Principal researcher of Joint Institute for High Temperature (Russian Academy of Science),
Professor of Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (State Research University), Moscow
Igor Iosilevskiy was educated in Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology – MIPT (State Research University) /Thermodynamics & Aerodynamics/ and he has scientific degrees: Ph.D and Doct. of Science: /Non-Ideality & Phase Transitions in Plasmas/. During ~ 50 years he worked as science researcher in Leading Jet Propulsion Institute (now: - Keldysh’s Research Center), in Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology and (presently); in Joint Institute for High Temperature RAS. He is working nowadays in the field of physics of non-ideal plasmas and strongly coupled Coulomb systems, in nuclear reactor thermophysics and safety, in thermophysics of perspective high-power energy devices. His recent study is directed on anomalous features of phase transformations in terrestrial and astrophysical applications. Since 1990 he is lecturer at MIPT (Department of Physics & Power Engineering Problems, Chair: - Physics of High Energy Density Matter) He is graduated in two Awards in Science from the Government of Russian Federation /Physics/ - “Investigation of high energy density states. Experiments & theory”(2005) and “Science research and educational textbooks” (2010). He is author or co-author of more than 150 scientific papers and author of six monographs on Plasma physics and Thermophysics. He was also the Invited Editor of Encyclopedia “Low-Temperature Plasma Physics” (Chief Editor acad. V. Fortov) and he is the author or co-author of several review-articles there.

At ic-cmtp6, Prof. Igor IOSILEVSKIY will give a plenary talk on Non-Congruent Phase Transitions in Terrestrial and Astrophysical Applications

Prof. Olga KOTOVA

Head of Laboratory of Mineral Row Technology of Institute of Geology Komi Science Center of Ural Branch of Russian Academy of Science – Syktyvkar, KOMI Republic RUSSIAN FEDERATION
She is graduated a prize in Science by Komi Republic Government in 2004. She is laureate of the Komi Republic competition Golden Mercury in the nomination Innovation of the Year-2005. Diplomas, gold and silver medals for projects in the field of development and promotion of technologies for waste disposal of mining and processing of mineral raw materials in the framework of "INVENT-INVEST 2017" (international scientific assistance to the results of research and communication between inventors, researchers and investors in Europe, CIS and Eurasian region). As of 2019, she is President of the ICAM Council. Since 2015 she is a professor of Syktyvkar State University. Olga Kotova gives a course of lectures in Basics of Mineral Processing Technologies (Master`s program, profile: Geology and Geochemistry of Solid Minerals) at the Department of Geology (the basic department of the Institute of Geology of the Komi Science Center, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences), Syktyvkar State University. She had worked in the area of phase transformation in natural minerals and waste. Her recent study is directed on development of low-cost adsorbents based on minerals/waste and creative new materials for industry (water purification, medicine, ceramics, etc.)

At ic-cmtp6, Prof. Olga KOTOVA will give a plenary talk on “Unknown phenomenon of microphase heterogenization of ferrous bauxites as a result of radiation and heat treatment”

Dr. Uwe BECK

Head of Division 6.7 Surface Modification and Measurement Technology, BAM—Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung
Uwe Beck received his diploma degree in physics from the Technical University Dresden in 1980 for a diploma thesis on surface analytical characterization (LEED/AES) in the field of corrosion research. In 1991, he obtained a Ph.D. degree in experimental physics from the Humboldt university Berlin for a thesis on the characterization (reflectometry, ellipsometry, mode spectroscopy) of dielectric layer stacks for ELD devices. From 1980 to 1991, he was working as project and group leader at the research center Teltowof the electronic industry. In 1991, he became member of staff at BAM, the Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing in Berlin. There, he has been project leader of more than 30 projects and group leader for more than one decade. In 2012, he was appointed as division chief of the division “Surface modification and surface metrology”. In the field of surface technology, Dr. Beck is member of several German, European and international standardization committees, was granted more than 10 patents, is author/co-author of more than 300 publications, and organizer of workshops and sessions dedicated to surface technology at various conferences. Together with Prof. Lunk from the university of Stuttgart, he founded in 2000 the German working group ellipsometry which has been organizing the German and later the European workshops ellipsometry. He belonged to the organizers of the International Conference on Spectroscopic Ellipsometry ICSE-4 2007 in Stockholm and ICSE-7 2016 in Berlin.



Prof. Suman Kumari MISHRA

CSIR-National Metallurgical Laboratory, Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, India.831007,
Chief Scientist (Advanced Material Processing) and Head, Human Resource Group (HRG), Prof. and Dean Eng. Sc. AcSIR,
Nanocomposite hard, tough, corrosion and oxidation resistant coatings
Dr. ( Mrs) Suman Kumari Mishra has obtained her Ph.D from Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India 1995. She joined CSIR-National Metallurgical Laboratory, Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, India as scientist in January 1996 and is presently Chief Scientist at the same organization since January 2013. Additionally, she is Professor and Dean Engineering Sciences in Academy of Scietific Innovation and Research (AcSIR), India. She is recipient of many national awards mainly CSIR-Young Scientist award, MRSI Medal, Raman Fellowship, Best Metallurgist of the year award, Vasvik award (Smt Chandaben Mohanbai award given by Vasvik foundation). She is Fellow of National Academy of Sciences, India (NASI). Her research areas are Synthesis and processing of nano and fine ceramics by novel routes, nano and nano-composite coatings for wear, high temperature and oxidation resistance applications by different plasma processing routes such as sputtering, plasma spray, superconductors and devices, mechanical, microstructural and functional properties correlation of nano and fine materials and their coatings. Solar thermal reflector and other coatings. At ic-cmtp6 Prof. Dr. (Mrs) Suman Kumari MISHRA will give a keynote talk on Nanocomposite hard, tough, corrosion and oxidation resistant coatings
Prof. Sergei KULKOV

Head of ceramic composites laboratory in ISPMS RAS and head of department in Tomsk State University in city Tomsk, Russian Federation.
Mechanical Metamaterial Approach for Development and Studies of Brittle Materials with Multy-Level Porous Structure
Professor Sergei KULKOV received his Ph.D. degree from Tomsk State University in 1981 and doctoral degree in 1990 from Institute of Strength Physics and Material Sciences of Russian Academy of Sciences. From 1981 up today, he worked as firstly as researcher and head of ceramic composites laboratory in ISPMS RAS and from1992 as a professor and from 2000 as head of department in Tomsk State University. His current research interests include synthesis and mechanical properties of MMC and CMC with phase transformations and the development of functional materials for different applications. Professor Kulkov is author or coauthor more than 300 scientific papers, 10 patens and under his supervision the young scientists successfully have completed and achieved 25 PhD and 5 DSc degrees.
Prof. Laszlo A. GĂ–MZE

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