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Departments
Materials

Department of Materials

The Department of Materials, that employs 30 academic lecturers, associates, and technical staff, has an enormous potential and is the leader in research and teaching in the field of materials science, one of the fundamental engineering sciences, as well as in production engineering, a field of mechanical engineering.

Research in materials science and engineering, which is critical to all other fields of enineering, has always given an impetus to innovative development of new products and processes in many other scientific and engineering fields, such as mechanical engineering, naval architecture, aeronautical engineering, electronics, optics, civil engineering, medicine etc.

Major areas of interest of the Department are: testing of metal, polymer, ceramic and composite materials, improvements in existing material properties, research and application of new materials (shape memory alloys, nanostructured materials and films, composite ceramics, metal foams, etc.) as well as the development and application of heat treatment processes, surface modification and coating (surface engineering).

Keeping up-to-date with the theories in the field allows for accurate interpretations of microstructure, properties and behaviour of materials as the basis for their optimal application. The data obtained by implementing cutting-edge laboratory techniques and equipment for testing material microstructure and properties is then used to solve various problems in research and application of materials by using computer methods. Artificial intelligence methods (artificial neural networks) are successfully applied in predicting material properties and heat or heat-chemical treatment processes.

As part of the curriculum, designed in accordance with the Bologna Process guidelines, the Department initiated the Materials Engineering specialization, the first of its kind in this region, in the 2004/2005 academic year. This enhanced the education in the field of materials development and application, following the proclaimed development priorities in the Republic of Croatia. The Department’s staff teach the undergraduate and graduate studies as well as the postgraduate, both doctoral and professional studies. It comprises eight laboratories and one research centre that are involved in research, teaching and collaboration with industry.

Chairs

Materialography Laboratory

Mechanical Testing Laboratory

Metal Analysis Laboratory

Polymers and Composites Laboratory

Tribology Laboratory

Heat Treatment Laboratory

Engineering Ceramics Laboratory

Surface Engineering Laboratory

Reasearch Centre for Metal Heat Treatment Modelling (QRC)


Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
and Naval Architecture
Ivana Lučića 5
10002 Zagreb, p.p. 102
Croatia
MB 3276546
OIB 22910368449
PIC 996827485
IBAN HR4723600001101346933
tel: +385 1 6168 222
fax: +385 1 6156 940
University of Zagreb
Ministry of Science and Education