Department of Chemical and Metallurgical Engineering

Materials Processing and Powder Metallurgy

Research group carries out highly international studies in biomaterials processing and characterization, materials for hydrogen economy, powder metallurgy, other new materials solutions and their processing phenomena modelling.
Biomedical scaffold
Biomedical scaffolds

Our research areas:

  1. Biomaterials for medical devices and tissue engineering

  2. Materials solutions for sustainable hydrogen economy

  3. Applied powder metallurgy

The Research Group for Materials Processing and Powder Metallurgy is led by Prof. Michael Gasik.

The core competence of the group is “materials design – manufacturing – structure – properties – testing – applications” thermodynamic and engineering modelling and management:

  • Inorganic materials design and processing
  • Materials phase equilibria calculation, phase compositions and reactions experimental studies
  • Special materials solutions for industrial applications (high temperature processes, power generation, tools, coatings, biomaterials)
  • Materials synthesis special processes (plasma, microwave energy and special treatment)
  • Processes simulation and optimisation (fluid dynamics (CFD), heat and mass transfer, chemical processes kinetics, numerical modelling)
  • Unique tailored combined analytical services (thermal calorimetry, thermogravimetry, dilatometry, gas analysis, thermal properties measurement, particle size analysis, fuel cell testing)

We are active in studying and development of life materials solutions for healthcare and sustainable energy applications.

Research work is being intensively carried out in international projects (EU, IEA, Japan).

Michael Gasik

Life materials solutions which work

Michael Gasik

Related content:

Cost- and time-effective risk assessment tools needed for biomaterials

17 project partners will collaborate in a new Horizon 2020 project to develop a standardized solution for the evaluation of biomaterials.

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CEST receives seed funding to develop more efficient fuel cells

The Materials Platform has awarded Dr. Annukka Santasalo-Aarnio, Prof. Michael Gasik, Dr. Jingrui Li and Prof. Patrick Rinke seed funding to research more efficient fuel cells. The interdisciplinary team from Aalto's Chemistry and Physics Department will use the funding to prepare a large scale application for a H2020 call.

Nanofiber scaffolds demonstrate new features in the behaviour of stem and cancer cells

A discovery in the field of biomaterials may open new frontiers in stem and cancer cell manipulation and associated advanced therapy development.

Biomedical scaffold

Latest publications:

Biomechanical features of graphene-augmented inorganic nanofibrous scaffolds and their physical interaction with viruses

Michael Gasik, Roman Ivanov, Jekaterina Kazantseva, Yevgen Bilotsky, Irina Hussainova 2021 Materials

Enhancement of gingival tissue adherence of zirconia implant posts : In vitro study

Alexandra Zühlke, Michael Gasik, Khalil Shahramian, Timo Närhi, Yevgen Bilotsky, Ilkka Kangasniemi 2021 Materials

Biomechanical characterization of engineered tissues and implants for tissue/organ replacement applications

Michael Gasik 2020 Biomaterials for Organ and Tissue Regeneration : New Technologies and Future Prospects

Chemical potentials and activities in metallurgical processes

Michael Gasik, M. I. Gasik 2020 Advances in Electrometallurgy

Directional conductivity in layered alumina

Irina Hussainova, Ali Saffar Shamshirgar, Roman Ivanov, Olga Volobujeva, Alexey E. Romanov, Michael Gasik 2020 Current Applied Physics

Issledovanie rezhimov prokalki termoantracita dlya proizvodstva nepreryvnyh samoobzhygayuschihsja elektrodov rudovosstanovitelnyh pechei

S.V. Kutuzov, V.V. Derkach, M.I. Gasik, A.P. Gorobets, Michael Gasik 2020 Advances in Electrometallurgy

Designing osteogenic-stimulating titanium-based implants

F. Melo-Fonseca, Ines Mendes Pinto, Michael Gasik, Filipe Samuel Silva, G. Miranda 2020

Reengineering bone-implant interfaces for improved mechanotransduction and clinical outcomes

F. Melo-Fonseca, G. Miranda, Helena Domingues, Ines Mendes Pinto, Michael Gasik, Filipe Samuel Silva 2020 STEM CELL REVIEWS AND REPORTS

Zirconia implants with improved attachment to the gingival tissue

Khalil Shahramian, Michael Gasik, Ilkka Kangasniemi, X. Frank Walboomers, Jaana Willberg, Aous Abdulmajeed, Timo Närhi 2020 JOURNAL OF PERIODONTOLOGY

Multi-material Ti6Al4V & PEEK cellular structures produced by Selective Laser Melting and Hot Pressing

F. Bartolomeu, M. Buciumeanu, M. M. Costa, N. Alves, M. Gasik, F. S. Silva, G. Miranda 2019 Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials
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