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4th International Conference on Chemical Engineering

Vancouver, Canada

Dieter Matthias Herlach

Dieter Matthias Herlach

DLR-Institut für Materialpysik im Weltraum, Germany


Dieter Matthias Herlach studied physics at the RWTH Aachen and received the doctoral degree as Dr. rer. nat. at the same university. He became private lecturer upon a habilitation at the Ruhr-University Bochum RUB. Presently, he is the group leader at the Institute of Materials Physics in Space and Senior Scientist of the German Aerospace Center DLR. He is the full professor in physics at RUB. He has authored over 300 scientific publications in refereed journals. He is author and editor of six books and co-editor of Advanced Engineering Materials. He educated more than 30 PhD students and acted as supervisor of more than 20 diploma thesis works. Dieter Herlach led and leads projects of the German Research Foundation, the German Aerospace Center – Space Management, the European Space Agency and was the principal investigator of NASA during three Spacelab missions. He initiated and coordinated two priority programs of the German Research Foundation (DFG) and was a member of the International Advisory Committee of the Int. Conf. on Rapidly Quenched and etastable Materials. He is an honorary professor of three universities and was granted by the Chinese Friendship Award in Beijing in 2000 and the Lee Hsun Lecture award of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2007. He chaired the Division of Metal and Materials Physics of the German Physical Society DPG and was elected member of the council of DPG. He was elected member of the general review committee of DFG and deputy chairman of the German Society of Materials Science and Engineering.


Abstract : Crystal nucleation and growth in undercooled melts of metals and alloys