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Research Projects

The BioTiNet research will focus around 18 projects linked to the 18 Fellows' research activities.

List of Research Projects (RP), supervising arrangements and type of fellowship (ESR - early-stage researcher, ER - experienced researcher)


WP1. Stuctural design & Innovative processing (WP1 Leader: KUL)
RP No Research Project Title Partner / Supervisor Fellow
RP1 » Structural competition and phase transformations in Ti-based materials with ß-stabilizing additions IFW
J. Eckert / M. Calin

ESR_1
RP2 » Theory-guided bottom-up design of low-rigidity Ti-based alloys (ab initio and molecular dynamics calculations) UOI
Ch. Lekka

ESR_2
RP3 » Grain refinement phenomena upon controlled solidification (`chill-zone` approach) and search for low compliance microstructures. GrenobleINP
A.R. Yavari

ESR_3
RP4 » Glass-forming biocompatible Ti-based materials UAB
M.D. Baro

ESR_4
RP5 » Nanostructured ß-Ti biomaterials processed by severe plastic deformation UniVie
M. Zehetbauer

ESR_5
RP6 » Direct rapid manufacturing of open-cell porous ß-Ti structures by laser powder processing (SLS/SLM) KUL
J.-P. Kruth

ESR_6
RP7 » Biocompatible carbon nanotube / ß-Ti alloy composite materials / surface UOXF.DJ
N. Grobert

ESR_7
WP2. Biomechanical behaviour (WP2 Leader: UniVie)
RP8 » Physics based multilevel mechanics of nanostructured Ti-based biomaterials: a modelling approach UniVie
M.Zehetbauer

ER_1
RP9 » Fatigue and wear resistance of ufg/ns and glassy Ti based biomaterials WUT
M.Lewandowska

ESR_8
RP10 » Microstructural studies on deformation mechanisms of glass-forming Ti-based materials UCAM
A.L. Greer

ER_2
WP3. Interface processes & Biocompatibility (WP3 Leader: UCAM)
RP11 » Corrosion and electrochemical behaviour of ufg/ns and glassy Ti biomaterials IFW
A. Gebert

ESR_9
RP12 » Functional interfaces between Ti-based substrates and bone: development of innovative bioactive coatings UCAM
S. Best

ESR_10
RP13 » Production and designated characterization of functionalized SLM ß-type Ti scaffolds for enhanced bone formation KUL
J. Schrooten

ESR_11
RP14 » In-situ formation of nanostructured bioactive coatings by one-step hydrothermal treatment of Ti-alloys IJS
S.Novak

ESR_12
RP15 » Biosystem-material interactions: Osteoblast behaviour on nanophase Ti-based materials (in vitro studies) UCAM
R.A. Brooks

ER_3
WP4: Industrial aspects (WP4 Leader: PMT)
RP16 » Optimisation and standardisation by post processing and designated characterization of SLM produced porous ß-Ti structures towards orthopaedic applications KUL
J.-P. Kruth

ER_4
RP17 » Life cycle assessment complementary studies PMT
A. Blatter / L. Reclaru

ER_5
RP18 » Optimisation of porous structure morphology for an orthopaedic implant with improved performance and durability HELIPRO
M. Gradisar

ER_6

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