Sandwich Materials for Lightweight Applications in Automotive, Aviation and Biomedicine
Date & Location: April 23 / Iran University of Science & Technology, Tehran
Prof. Adele Carrado
Professor in Physics and Solid State Physics, University of Strasbourg (UNISTRA)
Prof. Adele Carradò is Full Professor in Solid State Physics at the University of Strasbourg and accredited to supervise research since 2004. Her research work is in the area of bioactive coatings and surface characterization with publications on coating elaboration and hybrid structures, neutron and synchrotron evaluation of texture and residual stresses in metallic bulk and multi-layer system.
She has authored more than 70 original articles and book chapters, holds two patents, and presented more than 50 invited and seminar lectures worldwide in the field of advanced materials for biomedical applications. She is Member of Executive Committee of several conferences in Europe and in the USA.
- Degree and Master in Physics at University of Bologna (Italy), 1993-4
- Specialization Diploma thesis in Health and Environmental Physics at University of Bologna, 1997 European Doctor in Science in Mechanics and Material Science at University of Reims (France), 2001 Diploma of Habilitation à diriger les recherches (HDR) at University of Strasbourg (UNISTRA), 2004
- Research Assistant at University of Ancona (Italy), 1997-1998
- Post-doc at Léon Brillouin Laboratory, CEA Saclay (France), 2002
- Teaching and Research Assistant (ATER) at LM3 at ENSAM, Paris, 2002
- Associate Professor of Physics (Maître de Conférences) at UNISTRA, since 2003 – 2015 Full Professor of Physics at UNISTRA, since 2015 –
MAIN RESEARCH TOPICS
- Biomaterials and Coating’s elaboration: micro-structural and mechanical study of metal-ceramic interface, Pulsed Laser Deposition, Magnetron sputtering, Sol-Gel and Biomimetic/autocatalytic method
- Developing, Processing and Characterisation of Sandwich Structures
- Neutron and synchrotron evaluation of texture and residual stresses in metallic bulk and multi-layer system