CENTRE GRADUATE SCHOOL
The Brinell Centre is a newly formed strategic research
centre co-ordinating research in materials science in the Stockholm area.
The Brinell Centre performs interdisciplinary research and graduate education
at the frontiers of one of the most important and challenging areas of
science and technology: materials science with focus on advanced engineering
materials. The links below describe the Graduate Study Programme and Course
Program of the Brinell Centre. Feel welcome to contact us for further information,
or if you want information on how to apply do do your graduate studies
at the Brinell Centre.
About the Brinell Centre Graduate School
High temperature (2200 °C) graphite furnace used for preparation
of various ceramic materials and equipped with a cooling chamber which
allows for rapid quenching rates from temperatures exceeding 1500 °C.
The apparatus is located at the Department of Inorganic Chemistry, Stockholm
Henrik Andersson, active in TN b, in the creep laboratory at the Institute
for Metals Research.
For information regarding how to apply, etc., contact:
Brinell Centre home page
Prof. Rolf Sandström
Director of the Brinell Centre
Materials Science and Engineering
Royal Institute of Technology (KTH)
SE-100 44 Stockholm, SWEDEN
phone: +46-8-790 8321
Mats Wallin 991220