prof. Ing.

Ivo Dlouhý

CSc.

FME, IMSE DMDM – Professor

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prof. Ing. Ivo Dlouhý, CSc.

Curriculum vitae

Education and academic qualification

  • 1979, Faculty of Metallurgy, Mining University – Technical University of Ostrava, Materials Science
  • 1984, CSc. (eq. to PhD), Institute of Physical Metallurgy - Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, Brno, Physical Metallurgy and Limit States
  • 2002, Assoc. Prof., Faculty of Metallurgy and Materials Engineering, Technical University of Ostrava, Materials Science and Engineering
  • 2009, Prof., Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Brno University of Technology, Material Science and Engineering

Career overview

  • 1984-1989, research fellow, Institute of Physical Metallurgy, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, Brno, Group of Phase Transformations
  • 1989-1991, leading research fellow, Institute of Physics of Materials, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Group of Steels Microstructure and Properties
  • 1992-1994, leading research fellow, IPM ASCR, Brittle Fracture Group
  • 1995 – until now, Head of Brittle Fracture Group, Institute of Physics of Materials ASCR, Brno
  • 2008 – until now, Professor, Director, Institute of Materials Science and Engineering, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Brno University of Technology

Scientific activities

  • Fracture micromechanisms in materials
  • Fractography and failure analysis
  • Experimental facture mechanics
  • Mechanical and fracture mechanical behaviour of materials
  • Microstructure and properties of steels
  • Fracture behaviour of ceramics and composites
  • Fracture behaviour of intermetalics
  • Mechanical response of coating and/or substrate at loading

Academic internships abroad

  • 1986, Institut metalofiziki UAN, Kiew
  • 1994, School of Metallurgy and Materials, University of Birmingham
  • 1999, Université de Metz
  • 2004, Imperial College London

University activities

  • Member of scientific board of Technical University of Ostrava
  • Member of scientific board of Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Brno University of Technology
  • Member of committees for PhD programmes: Engineering Mechanics, Physical and Materials Engineering, Chemistry, Technology and Properties of Materials

Non-University activities

  • Head of Brittle Fracture Group, Institute of Physics of Materials, ASCR, Brno
  • Member of European Structural Integrity Society, secretary of national chapter

Projects

As a main investigator:

  • Advanced glasses, Composites And Ceramics for High growth Industries, CoaCH, project EU (2015-2018, H2020-MSCA-ITN-2014)
  • In situ synthesised intermetallic compounds in kinetically sprayed deposits, project GAČR (2013-2016, 13-35890S)
  • Experimental evaluation and computational modelling of response of ceramic foams on mechanical load – project GAČR (2014-2016, 14-11234S)
  • GlaCerCo: Glass and Ceramic Composites for High Technology Applications – 7 FP (2010-2014, FP7-PEOPLE-2010-ITN, 264526) 
  • Prediction of fracture behaviour of structural steels based on local material response quantification, Czech Science Foundation (2010-2012, GAP108/10/0466)
  • Multilevel design of advanced materials - Czech Science Foundation (2009-2012, 106/06/H035)
  • The effect of damage inhomogeneity on the size effect at brittle fracture – Grant Agency of the Academy of Science (2005-2009, IAA200410502)
  • The Eurofer steel: microstructural degradation and embrittlement - project EURATOM EFDA (IPP-CR UT7 DEGR, 2006-2007 )
  • Multilevel design of advanced materials - Czech Science Foundation (2005-2008, 106/06/H008)
  • Response and fracture of brittle materials at dynamic loading - Czech Science Foundation (2005-2007, 106/05/0495)
  • Damage and strength degradation in thermally loaded glass matrix composites - project NATO PST.CLG.977558 (2001-2003)
  • Micromechanics of brittle fracture and statistical models - Grant Agency of the Academy of Science (2000-2004, A 2041001)
  • Fracture resistance of steels for containers of spent nuclear fuel - project NATO SfP 972655 (1999-2001)

Sum of citations (without self-citations) indexed within ISI Web of Knowledge

364