Works at Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und –prüfung (BAM), Berlin, Germany.
Studied Chemistry in Cologne and Bonn. Worked for the research centre Jülich from 1993 – 1996. Worked as post-doc at South Westphalia University of Applied Sciences from 1996-1998. Currently working at Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und –prüfung (BAM) since 1998. Topics: electrochemistry, metals in contact with drinking water, failure analysis. Participation in various committees at EFC, CEN, DIN, DVGW,…
Professor Dragutin Lisjak received his doctorate at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture In Zagreb at the Department of Materials with the topic "Application of Artificial Intelligence Method in materials selection". For many years he has been dealing with materials selection problems and Material databases. He was a leader and participant in several scientific Projects related to the mentioned issue. Current areas of his interest are machine learning methods, evolutionary algorithms, multi-criteria decision-making and optimization business processes.
Dr. Imre Felde was born 19.07.1973. in Hungary. He achieved his PhD in Materials Science and Technology from Miskolc University (Hungary) in 2007. From 1995. to 2008. he was head of department and from 2008 to 2012. CEO of Bay Zoltán Foundation for Applied Research, Budapest, Hungary. From 2012. he is Vice Dean of Faculty of Informatics , Obuda Univesity in Budapest, hungary. He has published more than 100 scientific and technical papers in field of engineering, computer science, mathemathics and process modeling. He is member of editorial board of Strojniski Vestnik-Journal of Mechanical Engineering, International Journal of Microstructure and Mechanical Properties, Surface Engineering and Hindawi Advanced Materials Science and Technology. More details on link.
born 1971, is a researcher with over 10 years of experience in the field of non-destructive testing, especially ultrasonic testing (UT), working at the BAM (Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung) - Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing, in Berlin, Germany. His current research interests include the theoretical modeling and simulation, and reliability analysis of UT systems. His work concentrates on the investigation of UT systems for the automated inspection of high-speed train axles. Furthermore, he looks into the advanced phased-array UT system used for the inspection of canisters for the permanent storage of spent nuclear fuel. He also worked for German Society for Non-destructive Testing (DGZfP) - Education and Training Ltd. as an NDT reliability advisor, developing guidelines for the reliability evaluation of NDT systems. Prior to joining BAM, he worked as a research and development engineer at Soko Z.I. developing a flight simulator. Mato Pavlovic has a degree (Dipl.-Ing) in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Zagreb, Croatia and a postgraduate degree (Dr.-Ing.) in Material Science from the University of Saarland, Germany.