Paul Bowen

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Adjunct Professor

paul.bowen@epfl.ch +41 21 693 49 07

EPFL STI IMX LMC
MXD 336 (Bâtiment MXD)
Station 12
CH-1015 Lausanne

Web site: Web site: https://lmc.epfl.ch/

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Publications

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Teaching & PhD

Teaching

Materials Science and Engineering

PhD Programs

Doctoral Program in Materials Science and Engineering

Courses

Mise en oeuvre des matériaux I

Introduction to processing-structure-property relationships in polymers, ceramics and metals, providing the foundation for materials and process selection in the manufacturing of microengineering components.

Mise en oeuvre des matériaux II

Introduction to processing-structure-property relationships in polymers, ceramics and metals, providing the foundation for materials and process selection in the manufacturing of microengineering components.

Ceramic and colloidal processing + Laboratory work

The course covers the production of ceramics and colloids from the basic scientific concepts and theories needed to understand the forming processes to the mechanisms and methods of sintering (firing) ceramics. Including the scientific principles behind t...

Powder technology

Most materials e.g. ceramics, metals, polymers or concrete pass during their processing one or more steps in powders. This course discusses and presents the science & technology of important powder processing steps like compaction, dispersion, sintering a...

CCMX Advanced Course - Inorganic Particle Synthesis by Precipitation: From Nanoparticles to Self-organised Mesocrystals and from Theory to Practice

The basics behind precipitation of particles in theory and in practice will be introduced. Fundamental concepts of supersaturation, nucleation, growth and aggregation will be discussed. Some basic methods used for inorganic powder and particles characteri...

Powder Characterisation and Dispersion

Introduction to some basic methods used for powder characterisation, particle size measurement and a brief introduction to powder dispersion and suspension characterisation. Discussion of the fundamental theory behind the methods and their limitations. Re...

CCMX Advanced Course - From Additive Manufacturing to Field-assisted Sintering

This course introduces the basics behind the processing and sintering of powders, highlighting, additive manufacturing, the use of field and pressure assisted sintering and describing different modelling aspects (MD/FEM).