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Robert Bidulsky

Researcher

docent at TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF KOSICE, Kosice

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Bio

Dr. Róbert Bidulský graduated from Faculty of Metallurgy, Technical University of Košice, Slovakia, in 2000 in field of study "Metals Forming". He obtained the PhD in field of study "Material Engineering and Limiting States of Materials" at the Institute of Materials Research of Slovak Academy of Sciences in Kosice in 2003. He is a member of editorial board of journal "Acta Metallurgica Slovaca". He published more than 100 papers. Hindex=12. He participated to various EC and National projects. Lecturer on the laboratory works on the Training Courses (2007, 2008) under Marie Curie program. He awarded fellowships for foreign senior researcher at Politecnico di Torino. His scientific work focused on the materials science (powder metallurgy, Additive Manufacturing, SPD) HT processing (sinter hardening), as well physical and mathematical simulation (compressibility, diffusion and material flow phenomena). Researcher Profile: http://www.researcherid.com/rid/F-2428-2010


Training

2015- Supervisor of PhD student: Alica Fedoríková, Institute of Materials, Faculty of Metallurgy, Technical University of Košice (TUKE), Košice, Slovakia.
2015- Co-supervisor of PhD student: Patrik Petroušek, Institute of Materials, Faculty of Metallurgy, Technical University of Košice (TUKE), Košice, Slovakia.
2015-2018 Leader of MoU for the collaboration on research of plastic deformation processes and material science area between TUKE, Faculty of Metallurgy and Changzhou University, School of Materials Science and Engineering, China.
2012-2015 Active member of Competetion Centre “The competence center for industrial research and development in the field of light metals and composites”, ITMS code 26220220154.
2014-2018 Leader of MoU for the collaboration on research of precious metals between TUKE, Faculty of Metallurgy and Corsortium Prometeo, Alessandria, Italy.
2010-2011 Co-supervisor of foreign student: Syed Azfar Hussain Kazmi, Facolta di Ingegneria, Corso di Laurea in Ingegneria Meccanica e della Produzione (Mechanical and Production Engineering) Politecnico di Torino – Sede di Torino/Shanghai.

2010-2011 Co-supervisor of foreign student: Zubair Ilyas, Facolta di Ingegneria, Corso di Laurea in Ingegneria dell’Autoveicolo (Automotive Engineering), Politecnico di Torino – Sede di Torino/Shanghai.

2010-2011 Co-supervisor of foreign student: Francesco Menichetti, Facolta di Ingegneria, Corso di Laurea in Ingegneria Meccanica, Politecnico di Torino-Sede di Alessandria.

2009-2010 Co-supervisor of foreign student: Matteo Galliano, Facolta di Ingegneria, Corso di Laurea in Ingegneria Meccanica, Politecnico di Torino-Sede di Alessandria.

2009 I am training a student (Róbert Džunda – Compressibility of PM materials) as a co-supervisor of bachelor work, Faculty of Metallurgy, technical University of Kosice, Slovakia.

2008 Member of Organizing Committee on the Powder Metallurgy Training Courses in Alessandria, Italy organized by the European Powder Metallurgy Association (EPMA). Lecturer on the Laboratory work: “Powder properties, compaction and sintering“. Marie Curie programm, No: MSCF-CT-2004-012578

2007 I am training a PhD student (Ing. Jana Bidulská) as a co-supervisor with PhD thesis: „Formability examination of representative metallic materials to relationship of the structure“.

2007 Member of Organizing Committee on the Powder Metallurgy Training Courses in Košice, Slovakia organized by the European Powder Metallurgy Association (EPMA). Lecturer on the Laboratory work: “Powder Properties, Compacting and Green Characterization“. Marie Curie programm, No: MSCF-CT-2004-012578

2007- Member of an international Joint Research Project SAS-CNR: “Controlled development of micro and macro-graded microstructructure of sintered steels for improving of wear and fatigue properties” (2007-2009), with Politecnico di Torino, Department of Materials Science and Chemical Engineering, project coordinators: Dr. Dudrova and Prof. Rosso.

2006- Involved in the educational “Leonardo Da Vinci”: “Design Criteria for the Production of High Specification Components using Powder Metallurgy” (Project Number: EUR/06/C/F/PP-84700) (2006-2008), project coordinators: Dr. Wroe and Dr. Selecka.

2006- Active work on the VEGA (Slovak Scientific Project) project: “Microstructural Fracture Mechanics of High Strength Sintered Steels” (Project Number: 2/6209/26) (2006-2008), led by Dr. Dudrova.

2006 Member of Organizing Committee on the Höganäs Chair Seminar, IMR SAS, May, 19-20, 2006, “Machinability and Wear”

2004-2005 Principal investigator on the SAS project (IMR Scientific Project), “MIM technology – Today’s and future in Slovak republic” (Project Number: U2/2004).

2004- Co-supervisor of foreign PhD student: Walid Daoush, Central Metall. R&D Institute, CMRDI, Cairo, Egypt, during his stay at IMR SAS.

2004 Powder Metallurgy Thesis Competition, Doctorate (PhD) Category

2003-2005 Member of an international Joint Research Project SAS-CNR “Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Micro-and Macrograded Eco-friendly (Fe-Cr-Mn-Mo) Porous Materials” (2004-2006), with Politecnico di Torino, Department of Materials Science and Chemical Engineering, project coordinators: Dr. Dudrova and Prof. Rosso.

2003-2005 Member of a team working on the VEGA (Slovak Scientific Project) project: “Microstructural Substance of Fatigue and Tribological Properties of Sintered Steels” (Project Number: 2/3207/23), led by Dr. Dudrova.

2000-2002 PhD student and member on the VEGA (Slovak Scientific Project) project: “Microstructure, Properties, Failure and Reliability of Sintered Steels” (Project Number: 2/7228/20), led by Dr. Dudrova.

2002 Certificate of the Powder Metallurgy Summer School, San Sebastian (Spain)

2002 Certificate of the knowledge of professional english – Language Institute of SAS, Slovak Republic

2000-2004 PhD student and active member on the NATO project:“Science for peace”, “Development of Powder Metallurgy Manganese Steels for Structural Components” (Project Number: SfP 972395), project coordinators: Prof. Wronski and Dr. Selecka.

Sept. 2000 certificate – english language course and internet skills under the auspices of TEMPUS project, Universita of Konštantína Filozofa, Nitra, Slovakia

Member of Slovak Metal Science Society – Slovakia.
Member of EPMA (European Powder Metallurgy Association).
Member of Kosice mining and metallurgical guild.


Experience

Feb 2015-Sept 2016 vice-director, Institute of Materials, Faculty of Metallurgy, Technical University of Košice (TUKE), Košice, Slovakia,
Feb 2015-Nov 2016 vice-dean, TUKE, Faculty of Metallurgy, Department of Metals Forming, Košice, Slovakia,
dec/2014 docent (associate profesor)– TUKE, Faculty of Metallurgy,, Košice
Field of research: Materials
Topic: „The Role of Processing Conditions on the Behaviour of the Soft Magnetic Materials“
Nov 2012 Senior researcher, Technical University of Košice, Faculty of Metallurgy, Department of Metals Forming, Košice, Slovakia,
Field of investigation: Materials
May 2012 Senior researcher, confirmed by Commission of Slovak Academy of Sciences
2010-2012 Research Assistant at the Politecnico di Torino – Sede di Alessandria, DISAT – Department of Applied Science and Technology, Italy,
Field of investigation: Powder Metallurgy
2008-2010 fellowship at the Politecnico di Torino – Sede di Alessandria, Italy, DISMIC – Department of Materials Science and Chemical Engineering Italy,
Field of investigation: Powder Metallurgy
2004-2008 Research worker at the Institute of Materials Research of Slovak Academy of Sciences
Field of investigation: Powder Metallurgy
2000-2003 PHILOSOPHIAE DOCTOR (Ph.D.) – PhD Degree at the Institute of Materials Research of Slovak Academy of Sciences
Scope: Material Engineering and Limiting States of Materials
The PhD thesis: „ Microstructure and properties of sintered manganese steels “
1995-2000 Engineer, Inžinier (Ing.) – MSc Degree at the Technical University of Košice, Slovakia
Faculty of Metallurgy
Department of Metals Forming
The diploma work „Cold compacting of metal powders“