On January 18th-19th and on the 25th-26th 2021, the 38th National Conference of AIM (Italian Association of Metallurgy) will be held. The event, organized in collaboration with the Department of Chemical Engineering, Materials and Industrial Production of the Università degli studi Federico II of Naples, will take place online this year in order to protect the health and safety of all involved.
The first virtual edition of the conference, chaired by Professor Tullio Monetta of Uni Napoli, will constitute, as usual, as a solid opportunity for discussions between business operators and researchers. The subject of the presentations will be important technical and scientific topics on materials, products, processes, technologies and innovations in various production sectors.
The contribution of HI.Lab is unmissable. The presentation is entitled:
“The role of molybdenum as an additive in Hard Metal matrices”
written by M.S. Sandra Tedeschi, M.S. Eng. Mattia Garabelli and Dr. Gian Pietro De Gaudenzi, in collaboration with Prof. Benedetto Bozzini of the Department of Energy of PoliMi and with the contribution of Ms. Francesca Rossi, PhD student at the University of Salento.
The study executed by our laboratory will be presented by Dr. De Gaudenzi on Tuesday January 19th at 12:40 pm, during a session dedicated to corrosion. The session will be chaired by professors Tullio Monetta and Tiziano Bellezze of Uni Marche.
The documents of the Conference will be uploaded in a reserved area accessible by the participants of the event. A selection of the best works will be published in “La Metallurgia Italiana – International Journal of the Italian Association for Metallurgy“.
The prestige of HI.Lab is confirmed and has increased whenever its publications are requested in national and non-national conferences, whether they take place in presence or remotely. Every time, a confirmation of interest by the Italian scientific community is shown for the works executed by our powder metallurgical laboratory. Whether in industrial, concrete and interdisciplinary application.
As usual, we are proud of their results and their contributions made in such authoritative areas.