Brief description and aims of work
The BAM Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (Berlin, Germany) is a senior scientific and technical Federal institute. BAM has its responsibility in advancement of safety in technology and chemistry, physical and chemical inspections of materials and plants including supply of reference methods and reference materials, promoting the transfer of knowledge and technology in BAM's key areas, collaboration in developing legal regulations like on safety standards and threshold values, consulting on safety aspects of materials technology for the Federal Government and industry. The mission of BAM’s division 6.4 "Nanomaterial Technologies" is to develop and foster quality assurance in coating systems and surfaces. As part of BAM’s division 6.4, the project group "Short pulse laser Technology" provides experience in the field of laser-matter interaction, particularly in the direction of laser materials processing on the micro- and nanometer scale using short and ultrashort laser pulses. In the LiNaBioFluid project, the BAM group will investigate ultrashort laser processing parameters for the generation of different surface structures on inorganic materials, provide morphological surface analysis, characterize friction and wear on laser-generated structures and do complementary modeling of laser-induced structures by Sipe theory.
BAM Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing
Unter den Eichen 87
DE - 12205 Berlin
BAM project group "Short pulse laser Technology":