Materials Engineering

Faculty of Engineering, LTH

Welcome to Materials Engineering

The Division of Materials Engineering offers Basic and Advanced Courses in Materials Engineering for the Master's Programmes in Mechanical Engineering, Engineering Physics, Environmental Engineering among others in the Engineering Faculty.  The division also offers graduate courses in Thermodynamics and Transport Phenomena.

Our research is focused on High Temperature Materials like Thermal Barrier Coatings, Nickel-based Superalloys etc. Of particular interest is the  experimental study and computer simulation of phenomena like fatigue and fracture at high temperatures. Studies on sintering of powder materials and simulation of metal production processes are also being carried out.





Possibilities of Bulk Nanostructured Metals as Advanced Structural Material

Seminar on Sept.11 by Prof Tsuji of Kyoto Univ. (Japan)



Lecture by Dmytro Orlov 6th May 2015

Magnesium: Competitive Advantage, Key Drivers and Recent Achievements in Alloy Development


SEMINAR on September 11, 2015

Professor Nobuhiro TSUJI of of Kyoto University (Japan) will give a talk on: "Possibilities of Bulk Nanostructured Metals as Advanced Structural Material" at a Seminar organised by the Division of Materials Engineering.  Further information can be found HERE.


All interested are cordially invited to attend the seminar! 

Time:  11:00

Date:  September 11, 2015

Place: room IP2 of the Division of Industrial Production in M-Building.

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