Univ. Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Dr. h.c. Jürgen Eckert

Function: Director / Chair of Materials Physics of the University of Leoben
Room: 109
Phone: +43 (0) 3842-804-109
E-Mailjuergen.eckert(at)unileoben.ac.at 

Research

Methods

Teaching

Wissenschaftliche Arbeiten in der Materialphysik, Materialphysik II, Forschungsarbeiten auf dem Gebiet der Materialphysik

Projects

ERC Project "INTELHYB" 

Publications

  • Deformation-Induced Martensitic Transformation in Cu-Zr-Zn Bulk Metallic Glass CompositesWu D., K. Song, C. Cao, R. Li, G. Wang, Y. Wu, F. Wan, F. Ding, Y. Shi, X. Bai, I. Kaban, J. EckertMETALS5, 2134-2147 (2015)
  • In Situ Observations of Free-Standing Graphene-like Mono- and Bilayer ZnO MembranesQuang H.T., A. Bachmatiuk, A. Dianat, F. Ortmann, J. Zhao, J.H. Warner, J. Eckert, G. Cunniberti, M.H. RuemmeliACS Nano9, 11408-11413 (2015)
  • Imprinting bulk amorphous alloy at room temperatureKim S., E. Park, R.T. Ott, T.A. Lograsso, M. Huh, D. Kim, J. Eckert, M. LeeSci Rep5, ARTN 16540 (2015)
  • Transformation-mediated ductility in CuZr-based bulk metallic glassesPauly S., S. Gorantla, G. Wang, U. Kühn, J. EckertNature Materials9, 473-477 (2010)
  • ”Work Hardenable” Ductile Bulk Metallic GlassDas J., M.B. Tang, K.B. Kim, R. Theissmann, F. Baier, W.H. Wang, J. EckertPhysical Review Letters94 (2005)
  • Novel Ti-base nanostructure-dendrite-composite with enhanced plasticityHe G., J. Eckert, W. Löser, L. SchultzNature Materials2, 33-37 (2003)
  • Difference in compressive and tensile fracture mechanisms of Zr59Cu20Al10Ni8Ti3 bulk metallic glassZhang Z.F., J. Eckert, L. SchultzActa Materialia51, 1167-1179 (2003)
  • Structural and thermodynamic properties of nanocrystalline fcc metals prepared by mechanical attritionEckert J., J.C. Holzer, C.E.I.I.I. Krill, W.L. JohnsonJournal of Materials Research7, 1751-1761 (1992)
  • Atomic-scale origin of shear band mulitplication in heterogeneous metallic glassesSopu D., S. Scudino, X. Bian, C. Gammer, J. EckertScripta Materialia178, 57-61)
  • Assessing two rapid quenching techniques for the production of La-Fe-Si magnetocaloric alloys in reduced annealing timePotnis G., M. Krautz, A. Waske, J. Das, J. EckertMat. Design Process Comm.2019, ARTN 1:e96)