WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
The Second International Conference
on Mechanical Spectroscopy, MS-II is addressed to:
- Materials scientists and physicists,
- Physicists from academic and industrial laboratories,
- PhD students in Materials Science and/or Physics,
- Engineers and scientists working in Non-Destructive Testing,
- Young engineers and research personnel.
Special consideration will be given to young scientists either working in or interested
in mechanical spectroscopy (and/or traditional internal friction and ultrasonic attenuation), and to PhD students and representatives from industry. The MS-II
will cover the following topics:
- Introduction to Mechanical Spectroscopy: Fundamentals and Modern Experimental Techniques,
- Analysis of Mechanical Loss Spectra,
- Point Defect Relaxations,
- Dislocation Dynamics and Dislocation Relaxation Phenomena,
- Phase Transformations,
- Amorphous Materials, Noncrystalline Materials, and Ceramic Materials,
- Mechanical Spectroscopy, Internal Friction, Ultrasonics Attenuation in Solids, and Elastic Modulus: Status and Perspectives,
- Applications of Mechanical Spectroscopy to Non-Destructive Testing,
- Landmarks and Retrospective Remarks.
The programme should enable the participant to understand mechanical
spectroscopy, its advantages, and applications in materials science and physics.
Enrollment is limited to 77 participants.