AVM is going to present results on “Polar Intermetallic Phases – Unique Structures – Puzzling Bonding – Properties” as an invited speaker at the Fall MRS meeting in Boston, USA.
28. August 2018
An acid-free dissolution rare-earth magnet recycling process has earned a 2018 Notable Technology Development Award from the Federal Laboratories Consortium (FLC).
Critical Materials Institute scientists Ikenna Nlebedim (left) and Denis Prodius (right), co-inventors (with Anja-Verena Mudring, not pictured) of an acid-free rare earth metals recycling process.
Download pdf: Rare-earth magnet recycling tech wins innovation award
AVM is giving the introductory talk to the Ionic Liquids Gordon Research Confernce in Newry, ME, USA.
AVM is serving as a panelist and career mentor for graduate students and postdocs at the Ionic Liquids Gordon Research Seminar in Newry, ME, USA.
AVM is chairing a session on “The Science of Synthesis” at the Solid State Gordon Research Conference.J
AVM is giving a presentation on “Enriching the Complexity of Intermetallics through Relativistic Elements” at the (IUCr) 2018 Aperiodic Conference in Ames, IA, USA.
AVM is chairing a session on “Mechanical Effects and Mechanochemistry” at the Crystal Engineering Gordon Research Conference.
AVM is going to present a keynote lecture on “Efficient Emitter Materials for Light Emitting Electrochemical Cells” at the 1st National Meeting of the Swedish Chemical Society in Lund, Sweden
AVM is giving a research seminar on “The future of lighting technolgy” at Uppsala University, Sweden
Stefanie Siebeneichler and AVM are presenting their results on “Evolution of canted and conical magnetic structures in LaMn2Si2-xGex”, a collaboration with Prof. Dr. Ryan, McGill University, Canada, at the Swedish Neutron week in Götborg, Sweden
AVM is serving on the evaluation panel for the Karlsruhe Instititute of Technology Research Field “Energy” sponsored by the Helmholtz Association
Talk on newest developments in lighting technology “Advancing inorganic transition metal complex light emitting cells” at Copenhagen University, Denmark
Talk newest developments in lighting technology “Advancing inorganic transition metal complex light emitting cells” at SSF’s headquater in Stockholm, Sweden