An International Conference “Advanced materials with hierarchical structures for new technologies and reliable structures” was held in Tomsk from the 1st to 5th of October in Tomsk. IKBFU researcher from the Megascience coherent optics center, Maxim Korobenkov took part in the conference.
The conference has been held annually since 1996.
The issues discussed at the sessions of the sections concern the study of multilevel internal structure, including the mechanisms of hierarchical self-organization of multilevel processes that determine the nonlinear behavior of complex condensed systems in various fields of external influences (mechanical, thermal, electromagnetic, radiation, etc.)
Material-science related questions have caused a vivid discussion. Today the modern trend is the development and application of fundamentally new approaches to the creation of functional materials, including metamaterials, in the interests of developing production technologies, space exploration, including deep space, the development of electronics, non-destructive testing, x-ray optics, nuclear energy, oil and gas complex, medicine, transport, etc. It becomes obvious that the material must be considered as one of the structural levels of the product/structure, which allows the most efficient use of new opportunities that modern production technologies open up.
Maxim Korobenkov had presented the report “The use of high-resolution X-Ray computed tomography to control the microstructure of the B4C” (http://www.ispms.ru/files/Conference/2019/Sbornik_2019.pdf).
IKBFU “Coherent optics for Megascience-class plants” center, candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Maxim Korobenkov said:
"There were many issues discussed at the conference. The scale of the conference is truly impressive. And it grows annually. The reports, presented by Russian and foreign scientists were very informative. I’ve got a lot of valuable experience after receiving feedback on my research from world-class scientists".
The conference was funded by 5-top-100 budget funds.