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LAMpAS at the “Long Night of Science” in Dresden

LAMpAS was presented at the “Long Night of Science”(Lange Nacht der Wissenschaft) in Dresden on 14 June 2019. During this event, Dresden's universities, non-university research institutions and science-related companies open their houses, laboratories, lecture halls and archives to the public on the Long Night of...

LAMpAS was presented in Argentina

LAMpAS was presented at the “XIX Encuentro de superficies y materiales nanoestructurados” in Buenos Aires, Argentina. During his plenary talk, Prof. Andrés Lasagni, (Coordinator of LAMpAS project) discussed about general concepts of surface functionalization using laser light, as well as new developments on laser based...

LAMpAS at LAMP2019, Hiroshima, Japan

LAMpAS was presented at the 8th International Congress on Laser Advanced Materials Processing (LAMP) 2019 conference in Hiroshima, Japan on 21-24 May 2019. The aim of this conference is to provide a forum for discussion of fundamental aspects of laser-matter interaction, the state-of-the-art of laser...

LAMpAS was at the joint session meeting of DGM Expert Committee “Functionalisation of Surfaces by Micro- and Nano Patterning Techniques” (Vienna, Austria)

LAMpAS was presented at the DGM Expert Committee "Functionalisation of Surfaces by Micro- and Nano Patterning Techniques" meeting at the TU-Wien in Vienna, Austria. The focus of the joint session was to discuss de applicability of different technological methods for functionalizing surfaces. Taking into consideration...

Workshop on Tribology 03-04 April at Schmalkalden, Germany

LAMpAS was presented at the “Tribology, from basis to application” workshop at Schmalkalden, Germany. The focus of the talk, was to show the possibilities for applying laser surface texturing on technological materials in order to improve tribological properties, such friction and wear. The LAMpAS project...