Ing.

Karel Slámečka

Ph.D.

FME, IPE – assistant professor

+420 54114 2812
slamecka@fme.vutbr.cz

Send BUT message

Ing. Karel Slámečka, Ph.D.

Curriculum vitae

Education and academic qualification

  • 2006, Ph.D., Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Brno University of Technology, Specialization: Physical and Material engineering
  • 2001, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Brno University of Technology, Specialization: Precise Mechanics and Optics
  • 1998, Bc., Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Brno University of Technology, Specialization: Manufacturing Technology

Career overview

  • 2006 - researcher, vědeckovýzkumný pracovník, Institute of Physical Engineering, Brno University of Technology

Scientific activities

  • Quantitative Fractography - quantitative analysis of fracture surfaces, development of the related software.
  • Multiaxial Fatigue - investigation and application of multiaxial fatigue life criteria.

Academic internships abroad

  • 2007 - Sandvik AB, Sandviken, Sweden, 3 months.
  • 2005 - Queen Mary, University of London, Great Britain, 1 year, (Marie Curie Training Sites).
  • 2002, 2003 - Erich-Schmid Institute of Materials Science, Leoben, Austria, 6 weeks. 
  • 2002 -  University of Žilina, Slovakia, 1 month.

Projects

  • Fatigue of actuators made of high temperature shape memory alloys Nitix / FACT /,  GAP107/12/0800 (2012-2015, RNDr. Petr Šittner, CSc.)
  • The relationship between the chemical composition of grain boundaries and fracture characteristics in bcc iron alloys, GAP108/12/0144 (2012-2014, prof. Ing. Pavel Lejček, DrSc.)
  • Thermal spray processing and high temperature structural stability of nanocrystalline thermal barrier coatings,  GAP107/12/1922 (2012-2014, prof. Ing. Jiří Švejcar, CSc.)
  • Multimedial atlas of materials structures, FRVŠ 1391/2009/F1/d (2009, Ing. Lenka Klakůrková, PhD.) 
  • 3D analysis of surface morphology generated by fatigue, GA106/08/P366 (2008-2010, Ing. Karel Slámečka, PhD.) 
  • Application of quantitative fractography and stereology to crack path analysis in biaxial fatigue, GA106/05/0550 (2005-2007, prof. RNDr. Pavel ŠANDERA, CSc.)
  • Bilateral Czech-Austrian Grant Aktion 41p3 (2004-2005, prof. RNDr. Jaroslav POKLUDA, CSc., Univ. Prof. Dr. Reinhard PIPPAN)

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

65