AGH University of Science and Technology – Faculty of Non Ferrous Metals (Krakow – Poland)
The Faculty of Non-Ferrous Metals was established in 1962. It is a research and educational unit which is unique in the world scale. It educates future engineers and conducts research for the industries of metallurgy, materials science, processing of non-ferrous metals, physical metallurgy, as well as related branches. Since the early days of the faculty, it has maintained very close collaboration with industry.
Christian Doppler Laboratory for Metallurgical Applications of Magnetohydrodynamics (Austria)
The Christian Doppler Research Association (CDG) promotes cooperation between science and business. Specifically, this takes place in specially established research units with fixed terms, in which application-orientated basic research is pursued.
Commissariat à l’énergie atomique et aux énergies alternatives (France)
The French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) is a key player in research, development and innovation in four main areas: defence and security, low carbon energies (nuclear and renewable energies), technological research for industry, fundamental research in the physical sciences and life sciences.
Institute of Physics of University Latvia (Riga – Latvia)
The Institute of Physics of University of Latvia (previously – Institute of Physics of Latvian Academy of Sciences) is recognized as one of the oldest and largest worldwide centres in the field of fundamental and applied magnetohydrodynamics (MHD) research.
Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf – HZDR (Germany)
The research activities at HZDR cover a wide range from fundamental to applied research comprising activities in the fields of high-temperature energy conversion systems, new kinds of liquid metal batteries, the production of solar-grade silicon, CO2 free production of hydrogen, liquid metal targets in modern neutron or particle sources and transmutation systems, casting and solidification of steel and light metals, welding and soldering processes, to basic laboratory experiments with relevance to liquid metal cooled systems, materials processing as well as to geo- and astrophysics.
SIMaP EPM Lab (Grenoble – France)
SIMaP was created in 2007 from association of three former laboratories of the CNRS (the national center for science), Grenoble INP (the group of graduate engineering schools) and UGA (the University of Grenoble Alpes). SIMaP was created in 2007 from association of three former laboratories of the CNRS (the national center for science), Grenoble INP (the group of graduate engineering schools) and UGA (the University of Grenoble Alpes). SiMaP is one the leading laboratory for physical metallurgy and thermodynamics as well as architectural materials.
Laboratory of Engineering and Materials Sciences – LISM (Reims – France)
The Laboratory of Engineering and Materials Science (LISM) established in January 2012 gathers researchers whose researches are focused on developing, formatting, and analysis of materials and on their properties. All scales from those studies are relevant from nanomaterials to conventional materials and tools. Members of the multidisciplinary LISM are dealing with the fields of agro and biomaterials, metallic materials, polymers and composites, and they study their physical and mechanical properties and also their chemical reactivities.