• Provisional program

  •  Plenary lectures
     Keynote lectures
     Invited sessions
      Parallel sessions
     Posters
    Social events
     Young Tribologists Event
    Viscous and solid-like friction in biological systems
    Jean-François JOANNY, Collège de France, France
    Cartilage-inspired lubrication with polymer brushes and gels
    Nicholas SPENCER, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
    Friction, Fracture and Earthquakes at the Interface of Sliding blocks
    Jay FINEBERG, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
    In-Situ Measurement of the Oil Film Meniscus at the Entry and Exit of a Rolling Bearing Contact
    William GRAY, The University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
    Observation and Analysis of the Divergent Zone in an EHL contact
    Emmanuel NAULT, Ecole Centrale de Lyon, France
    Application of New Photochromism Visualization Technique for Oil Transport Process around Engine Piston
    Akihiko AZETSU, Tokai University, Japan
    From single contact devices to rolling bearing simulators
    David KOSTAL, Brno University of technology, Czechia
    Mapping Internal Composition of Wear Particles using X-Ray Computed Tomography
    Ken'ichi HIRATSUKA, Chiba Institute of Technology, Japan
    Conditions for low-wear friction under ageing of novel high strength Al-Cu-Mg-Si alloy by selective laser melting
    Qingzheng WANG, Arts et Métiers ParisTech, France
    Characterization of wear particles generated from hip implants tested in a simulator machine
    Marcia MARU, Inmetro, Brazilto be confirmed
    Experimental multiparameter analysis of wear of 100Cr6 steel: scattering and limits of Archard’s law
    Manuel REICHELT, Federal Institute for Material Research and Testing (BAM), Germany
    A novel state-variable film thickness-dependent friction law for lubricated sliding contacts with the film thickness as the internal variable
    Fida MAJDOUB, ECAM Lyon, France
    Tribological behavior prediction of Al/Gr composites under dry condition using machine learning methods
    Michael NOSONOVSKY, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, United Statesto be confirmed
    Design and realization of metasurfaces with tunable friction law
    Antoine AYMARD, Ecole Centrale de Lyon - LTDS, France
    Pre-sliding friction: the role of wear
    Junxiao DU, Advanced Research Center for Nanolithography, Netherlands
    Thermal Effects on Brake Squeal using both experimental methods and complex eigenvalue analysis
    David NOWELL, Imperial College, United Kingdom
    High-throughput screening of adhesive friction in solid-solid interfaces
    Maria Clelia RIGHI, University of Bologna, Italy
    Tribochemical processes between transition metal chalcogenides and carbon allotropes
    Roman NEVSHUPA, IETCC-CSIC, Spain
    Probing and Understanding Elementary Steps in Tribochemical Reactions
    Wilfred TYSOE, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, United States
    Study on Effect of Phosphorous-based additives on Suppressing Accumulation of Micro-pitting
    Ryugo NODA, Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan
    Friction Anisotropy and Deformation in Copper Subjected to Sliding
    Christian HAUG, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Institute for Applied Materials (IAM-CMS), Germany
    Torque-controlled micro-slip front propagation along elastomer multicontacts
    Julien SCHEIBERT, LTDS - Ecole Centrale de Lyon - CNRS, France
    Origin of self-Healing in dynamic crosslinked polymers: Experiments and Simulations
    Zhijiang (Justin) YE, Miami University, United Statesto be confirmed
    Thermal-fluid-solid coupling Performance analysis of counter-rotating intershaft seal with Rayleigh-step groove
    Hua SU, Northwestern Polytechnical University, Chinato be confirmed
    High-temperature Graphite-based Solid Lubricant via Aqueous Synthesis
    Wenjuan HUAI, Tsinghua University , Chinato be confirmed
    Preparation and Tribological Properties of Graphene Oxide/MXene Hybrid Coatings
    Zhangpeng LI, Lanzhou Institute of Chemical Physics, CAS, Chinato be confirmed
    Lubrication of Low-dimensional Carbon-based Coatings
    Hae-Jin KIM, Gyeongsang National University, Korea (Republic of)
    Tuning the Frictional Properties of Graphene by Substrate “Stapling”
    James BATTEAS, Texas A&M University, United Statesto be confirmed
    Advances towards macroscale effective solid lubrication using graphene and novel carbide-derived carbon nanoparticles
    Diego SALVARO, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil
    Attachment stability based on a combination of biomimetic microstructures of different shapes
    David BADLER, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
    Mussel-inspired improvements in the wear resistance of graphene
    Sulin CHEN, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
    Cartilage-inspired layered hydrogels lubrication materials
    Shuanhong MA, Lanzhou Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Chinato be confirmed
    Role of structural stiffness on the loading capacity of fibrillar adhesive composite
    Xiaosong LI, Tsinghua University, Chinato be confirmed
    Impact of Grease Churning type on Grease Leakage, Oil Bleeding and Rheology
    Sathwik CHATRA, SKF B. V., Netherlands
    Response of Water Content to Tribological Performance of Grease Degradation
    Jeng-Haur HORNG, National Formosa University, Taiwanto be confirmed
    Energetic investigation of lubricating grease thixotropy
    Erik KUHN, Hamburg University of Appl. Sc., Germany
    Linear and non-linear unbalance response analysis of an aerostatic spindle for micromachining applications
    Federico COLOMBO, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
    Characterization of Drilltring During Drilling Operation
    Jamil ABDO, Frostburg State University, United States
    Predictive Engine Friction Modeling in GT-SUITE
    Marcel SCHMÄDICKE, Gamma Technologies GmbH, Germany
    The Influence of the Metalworking Fluid on Tool Wear in Milling Inconel 718
    Linus MEIER, Blaser Swisslube, Switzerland
    In-situ Monitoring of Biomaterials in Fretting-Corrosion Couples
    Rob BEADLING, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
    Reproduction of mechanically induced white etching layer (WEL) using a test rig representative of wheel-rail contact conditions: from experimental to numerical simulations
    Léo THIERCELIN, LMA (Aix-Marseille Université) / LaMCoS (INSA Lyon) / LEM3 (Metz) , France
    How to reproduce a mechanical white etching layer (WEL) on rail surface thanks to a new experimental wheel-rail contact test bench
    Aurélien SAULOT, LaMCoS - INSA Lyon, France
    OBSERVATION OF A MODIFIED SUPERFICIAL LAYER ON HEAVILY LOADED OSCILLATING BEARING UNDER GREASE LUBRICATION
    Lucas FRACHE, LaMCoS - INSA Lyon, France
    A new film parameter with micro elasto-hydrodynamics
    Jonny HANSEN, Scania CV AB, Sweden
    Transition between mixed lubrication and elastohydrodynamic lubrication with cavity-textured surfaces
    Yann ALEXANDRE, Laboratoire de Tribologie et Dynamique des Systèmes, Franceto be confirmed
    Elastohydrodynamic lubrication in soft-on-hard, hard-on-soft and soft-on-soft point contacts at high loads
    Przemyslaw SADOWSKI, Institute of Fundamental Technological Research, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
    Transient effects of squeeze and starvation on EHL Film Forming Capability under forced oscillation
    Malik YAHIAOUI, Ecole Nationale d'Ingénieurs de Tarbes, France
    Galling Alleviation in Press Hardening through Surface Engineering and Lubrication
    Jens HARDELL, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
    Experimental investigation of galling occurrence in sliding contact under high pressure of a manganese phosphate versus steel interface: comparison of two greases
    Pauline FAURA, Ecole Centrale de Lyon - LTDS, France
    Experimental approach for investigating critical loading conditions leading to delamination of DLC coatings
    Manuel ZELLHOFER, AC2T research GmbH, Austria
    Influence of relative humidity on wear of self-mated 100Cr6 steel
    Brunero CAPPELLA, Federal Institute for Material Research and Testing, Germany
    Tolerant and catastrophic adhesion evaluation by ASTM G-98 galling resistance test of stainless steels with and without surface treatments
    Yan-Ming CHEN, CETIM, France
    Onset of frictional sliding: the effect of interfacial heterogeneities
    Elsa BAYART, CNRS, ENS Lyon, France
    Nucleation of frictional sliding at non-uniform interfaces
    David KAMMER, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
    Tuning Hysteresis Friction Force of Soft Materials Focusing on Bulk Stiffness Heterogeneity
    Satoru MAEGAWA, Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japanto be confirmed
    Rougher is more slippery: How adhesive friction decreases with increasing surface roughness due to the suppression of capillary adhesion
    Bart WEBER, ARCNL, Netherlands
    Geological Third Bodies at the Onset of Sliding
    Nathalie CASAS, LaMCoS - INSA Lyon, France
    Conductivity of contact interfaces between rough surfaces
    Paul BEGUIN, MinesParistech, France
    On the transient thermomechanical contact simulation for two rough sliding bodies
    Lukas OESTRINGER, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
    Numerical Study of the Temperature Distribution into a Contact Spot
    Eddy CHEVALLIER, Institut de Thermique, Mécanique, Matériaux, France
    An experimental approach to determine heat partitioning coefficient in polymer/steel tribological contacts
    Muhammad Shoaib SIDDIQUI, University of ljubljana, Slovenia
    Research on Wheel-rail Friction Mechanism Based on Thermo-mechanical Coupling Movable Cellular Automaton Method
    Yuanjin JI, Tongji University, China
    Atomistic Insights into Friction at Diamond-Rock Interfaces
    Jagjeevan BHAMRA, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
    Continuous Tribofilm Formation during SiC Friction: Reactive Force Field Molecular Dynamics Simulation
    Masayuki KAWAURA, Institute for Materials Research, Tohoku University, Japan
    Unravelling the decomposition mechanism of MoDTC through ab-initio simulations
    Maria Clelia RIGHI, University of Bologna, Italy
    Reaction barriers for shear-driven tribofilm formation obtained from reactive molecular dynamics simulations
    Stefan J EDER, AC2T research GmbH, Austria
    Activation volumes of mechanochemical reactions in amorphous materials
    Leonhard MAYRHOFER, Fraunhofer IWM, Germany
    Thermal effects of DLC coating on EHL performance at high sliding
    Georges AMINE, LaMCoS - INSA Lyon, France
    TEHL simulation of low-loss gears considering loaded tooth contact analysis
    Felix FARRENKOPF, Gear Research Centre (FZG), Technical University of Munich, Germany
    In-situ study on elastohydrodynamic lubrication of thermoplastic polymers
    Thomas LOHNER, Technical University of Munich - Gear Research Centre (FZG), Germany
    Heat dissipation in steel-steel and hybrid EHD contacts
    David PHILIPPON, LaMCoS - INSA Lyon, France
    Friction and film thickness of EHL contact with various surface structures during running-in
    Petr SPERKA, Brno University of Technology, Czechia
    The use of MXene nanosheets to optimize dry-running tribo-systems
    Max MARIAN, Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg (FAU), Germany, Germany
    Solid Lubrication Performance and Tribolayer Formation of 2D MXenes: Underlying Mechanisms and Kinetics
    Andreas ROSENKRANZ, University of Chile, Chileto be confirmed
    Experimental Investigation of the effect of Tribological Performance of Reduced Graphene Oxide Additive Added into Engine Oil on Gasoline Engine Wear
    Hakan KALELI, YILDIZ Technical University, Turkey
    Hexagonal Boron Nitride (h-BN) Nanosheets as Lubricant Additive to 5CB Liquid Crystal and Its Influence on Tribological Performance
    Chonghai XU, Qilu University of Technology, Chinato be confirmed
    Tribological Performance of Natural Resin Urushi containing Solid Lubricant under Dry Condition and Water Lubricated Condition
    Masaaki MIYATAKE, Tokyo University of Science, Japan
    Structure-Property Relationships of Gradient Hydrogels
    Allison CHAU, UCSB, United States
    Friction of copolymer hydrogels undergoing microphase separation
    Rosa ESPINOSA-MARZAL, University of Illinois, United States
    Energy-Dissipation Mechanisms of Aqueous Gels
    Angela PITENIS, UCSB, United States
    Lubrication mechanism of PVA Hydrogels
    Debashis PUHAN, University of Cambridge, United Kingdomto be confirmed
    Influence of Drying Condition on Tribological Property of Poly(Vinyl Alcohol) Hydrogel
    Seido YARIMITSU, Graduate School of Systems Design, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
    Numerical Study on Static and Dynamic Characteristics of Water Lubricated Hydrostatic Thrust Bearings
    Masaaki MIYATAKE, Tokyo University of Science, Japan
    Multi-straw Compliant Full Film Bearing Supports
    Dave SONNEVELD, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
    Wear prediction for plain bearings under start-stop conditions
    Florian KÖNIG, RWTH Aachen University - Institute for Machine Elements and Systems Engineering, Germany
    Thermal State of 4-Lobe Journal Bearings with Different Bore Profile
    Stanislaw STRZELECKI, Private, Polandto be confirmed
    Rotating gear supported by a plain journal bearing: an experimental and numerical study
    Pap BALINT, Safran Transmission Systems, Franceto be confirmed
    The anti-friction performance of nano-copper additives in lubricated oil for the cylinder liner-piston ring tribo-systems
    Zhongzhi LIU, School of Transportation and Logistics Engineering, Wuhan University of Technology, China
    Analysis for Lubrication performance of Lapped Joint Piston Ring in Marine Diesel Engine
    Bowen JIAO, Harbin Engineering University, Chinato be confirmed
    Further Investigation of Engine Piston-Ring Lubrication Phenomena: Flow and Cavitation
    Polychronios DELLIS, ASPETE - School of Mechanical Engineering Educators, Greece
    Development of Piston Ring Friction Measurement System
    Hyunjung OH, Seoul National University, Korea (Republic of)
    A lubricated tribocorrosion model incorporating surface roughness
    Stefano MISCHLER, EPFL, Switzerland
    Tribological behaviour of diblock polymer friction modifier (PFM) under boundary lubrication regime in steel/steel contact
    Clotilde MINFRAY, Ecole Centrale de Lyon - LTDS, France
    A new life for dead leaves in the wheel-rail contact
    Samy GUIDOUM, LaMCoS - INSA Lyon, France
    Reconditioning lubricating oils: the tribological performance perspective
    Arnaud RUELLAN, SKF Group, Netherlands
    Bioinspired adaptive lubrication
    Zhou FENG, Lanzhou Institute of Chemical Physics (LICP), Chinese Academy of Sciences, Chinato be confirmed
    Scale and contact geometry effects on friction in thermal EHL: twin-disc versus ball-on-disc
    Liu HAICHAO, Institute of Machine Design and Tribology, University of Hannover, Germany
    EHL contact: ex and in-situ studies by Brillouin spectroscopy
    Marjolaine GONON-CAUX, LaMCoS - INSA Lyon, France
    Characterising viscosity modifiers under high pressure and shear in the elastohydrodynamic lubrication regime
    Eliane GENDREAU, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
    Quantitative study on correlation between wear behavior and frictional energy of soft-metal/DLC nanocomposite coatings by transmission electron microscopy
    Minoru GOTO, National Institute of Technology, Ube College, Japan
    Wear resistance of a novel high silicon carbide-free bainitic steel - WTC 2022, Lyon
    Chiara SOFFRITTI, University of Ferrara, Italy
    Friction of stable gradient nano-grained metals
    Xiang CHEN, Nanjing University of Science and Technology, Chinato be confirmed
    Wear of directed energy deposited H13 Steel as a function of its graded microstructure
    Xianghui HUANG, Arts et métiers , France
    Three-dimensional finite element simulations and experimental validation of fretting and sliding wear
    Ajit BASTOLA, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
    Why is PTFE so slippery?
    Hans TERWISSCHA-DEKKER, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
    Influence of macrodeformation of PE-UHMW and PTFE on the friction force in rolling-sliding contacts
    Piotr KOWALEWSKI, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland
    Real contact area reduction under shear in elastomer/glass contacts: wide range of normal loads and effect of a small misalignment
    Davy DALMAS, Laboratoire de Tribologie et Dynamique des Systèmes - CNRS, France
    Shear-induced area reduction in elastomer/glass frictional contacts: experimental identification of the contributing mechanisms
    Mariana DE SOUZA, Ecole Centrale de Lyon - LTDS, France
    A SAM/X-FEM Numerical Approach for 3D Rolling Contact Fatigue Crack Growth in Bearing Raceway
    Florian MERAY, LaMCoS - INSA Lyon, France
    Studies of Rolling Contact Fatigue Crack Propagation Using Linear Elastic Fracture Mechanics
    Bjoern KUNZELMANN, Imperial College London, United Kingdomto be confirmed
    The Fatigue Life Evaluation for Rolling Bearings utilizing Mode II Stress Intensity factor
    Sho HASHIMOTO, NSK Ltd., Japanto be confirmed
    A study of the effect of residual stresses on the rolling contact fatigue behavior of a ductile cast iron
    Julio NEVES, Universidade Tecnológica Federal do Paraná, Brazil
    Mechanism of the Mechanochemical Formation of Metastable Phases from the Reaction between Sulfur and Copper
    Wilfred TYSOE, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, United States
    Effect of dissociated and physisorbed H2O on the friction of graphene and MoS2
    Ahmet ALPAS, University of Windsor, Canadato be confirmed
    Interfacial Structure and Nanotribological Property of Adsorption Layer Formed by Ashless Antiwear Agent Composed of Dibasic Acid Ester Derivative
    Naoki YAMASHITA, Kyoto University, Japan
    Mechanistic insights into the effect of structural factors on adsorption kinetics and tribological performance of organic friction modifiers
    Febin CYRIAC, A*STAR, Singapore
    In-situ measurement of bearing load from a field wind turbine gearbox bearing
    Gary NICHOLAS, The University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
    A Study on Prediction of Lubrication Life for MAC under Sliding Condition
    Hiroshi SHIOMI, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
    Modelling Transmission Efficiency in Electric Vehicles
    Joseph SHORE, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
    Real-Time Monitoring of Piston Ring and Liner Lubrication in a Fired Marine Diesel Engine Using Ultrasonic Reflectometry
    Xiangwei LI, Leonardo Centre for Tribology, The University of Sheffield, United Kingdomto be confirmed
    Adsorption mechanism of Tributylmethylphosphonium dimethylphosphate ionic liquid on diamond-like carbon coatings: Neutron reflectometry study
    Muhammad Shahid ARSHAD, University Of Ljubljana, Slovenia
    Super-lubrication of DLC coatings for green tribology technology
    Makoto KANO, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
    Tribological properties of multi-layer diamond-like carbon graphene nanocomposites
    Ardian MORINA, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
    Fundamental tribo-mechanisms involved in the perception of textured surfaces
    Pierre-Henri CORNUAULT, Femto-ST Institute, UMR CNRS 6174, Department of Applied Mechanics, France
    Surface texture discrimination by reproduced Friction-Induced Vibration stimuli on a dynamic actuator
    Livia FELICETTI, University of Rome "La Sapienza", Italy
    Multiphysics of Electroadhesion in the Finger-Device Interface at the Nano-Asperity Level
    Cynthia HIPWELL, Texas A&M University, United States
    Fingertip friction and tactile perception on randomly rough surfaces
    Roland BENNEWITZ, Leibniz-Institut für Neue Materialien GmbH, Germany
    Greases for e-drives: Thickener effect in high-speed bearings
    Gabriel CALDERON SALMERON, KTH Royal Institute of Technology , Sweden
    Tribology Testing Challenges in Developing Greases for Electric Vehicles
    Richard BAKER, Tribotonic Ltd, United Kingdom
    Base Oil Evaporation in Grease Lubricated Rolling Bearings
    Pramod SHETTY, University of Twente, Netherlands
    Evaluation of Gas Tightness of Metal-to-metal Seals Coated with Grease at High Pressure and High Temperature
    Keita INOSE, NIPPON STEEL CORPORATION, Japanto be confirmed
    Smart Lubricity of BN-Containing CaCO3-SiO2 Hybrid Shell Colloidal Capsules under Hot Metal Forming Conditions
    Sang PHAM, University of Wollongong, Australiato be confirmed
    Alkaline carbonate as high temperature lubricant for hot metal forming
    Long WANG, Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences, University of Wollongong, Australiato be confirmed
    Life span assessment of coated forming tools by using wear resistance curve (WRC) for forming process
    Yutian WU, Institute for Production Engineering and Forming Machines, Germany
    Evaluating aqueous lubrication for light weight metal forming and cutting by an extended standard method
    Dirk DREES, Falex Tribology NV, Belgium
    An EHL extension of the FBNS algorithm
    Erik HANSEN, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany
    Roller-End Axial Profiling and its Negative Influence on Friction in Thermal Elastohydrodynamic Lubricated Finite Line Contacts
    Wassim HABCHI, Lebanese American University, Lebanon
    Numerical optimization of the roller face/rib geometry for friction reduction in tapered roller bearings
    Sven WIRSCHING, Engineering Design, Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuernberg, Germany
    Co-based coatings designed by Selective Laser Melting on steel substrate: Tribological behaviors versus iron contents involved in coatings
    Christine BOHER, IMT Mines Albi, Franceto be confirmed
    Development of Honeycomb Seal Using ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING
    Azumi YOSHIDA, Mitsubishi Heavy Industories, LTD., Japanto be confirmed
    Effect of 3D printing parameters on sustainable manufacturing and improved tribological performance
    Nazanin EMAMI, Lulea University of Technology , Sweden
    Third-body formation by selective transfer in a NiCr / AgPd electrical contact. Consequences on surface reliability and remediation by a barrel tumble finishing process
    Imène LAHOUIJ, MINES ParisTech, PSL Research University – CEMEF, Centre de Mise en Forme des Matériaux, CNRS UMR7635, France
    Characterization of wear on 1000 m/s high speed and 200 kA high current electric sliding contacts
    Corinna BIETHAN, French-German research Institute of saint-Louis, France
    Wear behavior of asymmetrical silver and gold flashed palladium-nickel contacts for electrical connector applications
    Ana TORREALBA, Amphenol FCI Besançon & Université Paris-Saclay, Laboratoire GeePs, Gif-sur-Yvette., France
    Rubber friction under curvilinear sliding motions
    Antoine CHATEAUMINOIS, ESPCI - CNRS, France
    Friction energy dissipation of heterogeneous polymers in bimodal atomic force microscopy
    Xinfeng TAN, State Key Laboratory of Tribology, Tsinghua University, Chinato be confirmed
    Finite deformations govern the anisotropic shear-induced area reduction of soft elastic contacts: modelling and FE simulations
    Jakub LENGIEWICZ, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourgto be confirmed
    Multiscale modeling of Non-metallic Inclusions Effects on Rails Performance
    Eleir BORTOLETO, Vale Institute of Technology, Brazilto be confirmed
    Contact-impact on hourglass specimens
    Emanuele Vincenzo ARCIERI, Università degli Studi di Bergamo, Italyto be confirmed
    Third Body Effect on Internal Stresses in Rolling of Elastic Solids
    Almira MESHCHERYAKOVA, Ishlinsky Institute for Problems in Mechanics RAS, Russian Federationto be confirmed
    Tribological Properties of Exotic Alloys
    Morgan JONES, Sandia National Laboratories, United Statesto be confirmed
    Dynamic Amorphization and Low Friction with High-Entropy Alloys and Metallic Glasses
    Nicolas ARGIBAY, Sandia National Laboratories, United Statesto be confirmed
    Strong dependence of relative humidity on the tribological behavior of Cu-Zr based Bulk Metallic Glasses in ambiant air
    Solène STOENS, Femto-ST (DMA department), France
    Numerical Tribodynamic Analysis of High-Speed Roller Bearings in a Flexible Multi-Body Environment
    Harry QUESTA, Loughborough University, United Kingdom
    A 360-degree model of lubricant distribution in rolling bearings
    Heiko TEBBEN, CFD Consultants GmbH, Germany
    The surface enhanced Raman scattering analysis for a-C:H coating slid with Mo related particles under boundary lubrication
    Tokoroyama TAKAYUKI, Nagoya University, Japan
    In-situ tailoring of microstructural design to mitigate sliding wear in hydrogen-free diamond-like carbon coatings
    Lawrence Kwok-Yan LI, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kongto be confirmed
    Improvement on wear-resistance of ta-C coating with Cu doping as a multi-composite structure under the PAO 4 lubrication
    Jae-Il KIM, Nagoya University, Japan
    Smart textiles with optical fibre implementation
    Lucas BAHIN, LPMT, France
    Influence of finger movement on friction and vibrations against textile fabrics
    Marie-Ange BUENO, Laboratoire de Physique et Mécanique Textiles / University of Haute Alsace, France
    Quantifying Sensorial Benefits of Fabrics
    Laure KYRIAZIS, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom
    Self-lubricating laser claddings for additive manufactured forming tools and space components
    Manel RODRIGUEZ RIPOLL, AC2T research GmbH, Austriato be confirmed
    Effect of SLM printing parameters and anisotropy on tribological properties of 18Ni300 in dry contacts
    Urban KLANJSCEK, Faculty Of Mechanical Engineering in Ljubljana, Slovenia
    Modelling of Layer Uniformity in Roll-to-Plate UV Nano-Imprint Lithography
    Jelle SNIEDER, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
    Investigating the Influence of EHL Traction Experiment Set Up by Measuring Local Temperatures
    Norbert BADER, Leibniz University Hannover Institute of Machine Design and Tribology (IMKT), Germany
    Thermal behavior in rolling bearing applications: comparison of steel and ceramic materials applied to tapered rollers
    Charlotte FOSSIER, NTN-SNR Roulements, France
    Complementary Approach in Stick-Slip Analysis of a Lubricated Contact: From the Local Contact Behavior to the Dynamic Response of the System
    Ilaria GHEZZI, Sapienza University of Rome, Italyto be confirmed
    Lubricated Friction and Mixed-EHL Transition in Patterned Soft Surfaces
    Anand JAGOTA, Lehigh University, United States
    Ionic liquids at interfaces, under confinement and with applied electric fields. Forces, friction, viscosity and tribotronics.
    Mark RUTLAND, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
    Quantification of ordering in confined lubricants
    Konstantinos GKAGKAS, Toyota Motor Europe NV/SA, Belgium
    A smart friction control strategy enabled by CO2 absorption and desorption
    Yijun SHI, Lulea University of Technology, Swedento be confirmed
    Probing the nanofriction of non-halogenated phosphonate ionic liquid additives in glycol ether oil on titanium
    Rong AN, Nanjing University of Science and Technology, Chinato be confirmed
    Cold-Sprayed Metal Matrix Composites and Their Third Bodies
    Richard CHROMIK, McGill University, Canada
    Separation Mechanisms and Applications of a Gas Phase Synthesized Graphene Lubricant Additive
    Gordon KRAUSS, Harvey Mudd College Deprtment of Engineering, United States
    Triboscopy of Amorphous Carbon Films
    Lars LORENZ, Institute of Manufacturing Science and Engineering, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany
    The Identification of an Adequate Stressing Level to Find the Proper Running-In Conditions of a Lubricated DLC-Metal-System
    Joachim FALLER, Fraunhofer IWM, Germany
    Investigation of Wear Characteristics of Tetrahedral Amorphous Carbon Thin Film by Nitrogen gas doping
    Won-Bin KANG, Kyungpook National University, Korea (Republic of)
    Understanding the friction of atomically thin layered materials
    Astrid DE WIJN, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
    Chemical and Physical Origin of Friction at Atomic Steps
    Seong KIM, Pennsylvania State University, United Statesto be confirmed
    Study of temperature dependences of micro scale lubrication properties using AFM
    Motoi MIYAZAWA, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan
    In-situ TEM studies on stick-slip friction characters of nanocrystallited carbon films
    Xue FAN, Insitutute of Nanosurface Science and Engineering, Shenzhen University, Chinato be confirmed
    The Role of Mechanics and Chemistry in Contact Evolution
    Izabela SZLUFARSKA, University of Wisconsin-Madison, United Statesto be confirmed
    Surface instabilities of a sheared granular bed: the role of friction
    Antoine DOP, Laboratoire de physique, ENS de Lyon, France
    Observations on the distribution of sulfur nanoparticles on suspended and supported graphene layers
    Yuqing HE, Department of Mechanical Engineering,Tsinghua University, Chinato be confirmed
    Effect of sliding friction on adhesive soft contacts
    Giuseppe CARBONE, Department of Mechanics, Mathematics and Management - Polytechnic University of Bari, Italyto be confirmed
    Surface mechanical properties measurement by in situ microshear
    Gaylord GUILLONNEAU, Ecole Centrale de Lyon - LTDS, France
    Competition mechanism of rolling and sliding motion behavior of CNTs within grapheme layers
    Dongdong ZHOU, Jiangsu Key Laboratory for Design and Manufacture of Micro-Nano Biomedical Instruments, School of Mechanical Engineering, Southeast University, Chinato be confirmed
    Viscoelastic peeling of thin tapes with frictional sliding
    Marco CEGLIE, Politecnico di Bari, Italy
    Nanoscale in situ Studies of Anti-Wear Tribochemical Film Formation
    Rob CARPICK, University of Pennsylvania, United Statesto be confirmed
    In-situ Raman Studies of Adaptive Tribological Surfaces
    Andrey VOEVODIN, University of North Texas, United Statesto be confirmed
    in-situ Raman observation on tribological properties of ceramic coatings lubricated with fully formulated oil
    Shinya SASAKI, Tokyo University of Science, Japan
    High temperature vacuum friction test and IPXRD analysis of sulfide metal bonded films
    Ayaka TAKAHASHI, Chiba university, Japanto be confirmed
    Dynamical recrystallization processes in subsurface zone induce by dry sliding detected by EBSD and positron annihilation
    Jerzy DRYZEK, Institute of Nuclear Physics PAS, Poland
    In-Situ Observation of Solid-Liquid Interface and Its Nanotribological Property
    Tomoko HIRAYAMA, Kyoto University, Japan
    Observation of Shear-Induced Orientation Change of Grease Thickener Structure Using Ultra-Small-Angle X-ray Scattering
    Hitoshi WASHIZU, University of Hyogo, Japan
    Measuring Lubricant Viscosity In-Situ Using Ultrasound
    Gladys PERETTI, The Leonardo Centre for Tribology, The University of Sheffield, France
    Transport Properties of Hydrocarbons under Pressure
    James EWEN, Imperial College London, United Kingdomto be confirmed
    Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Nanofluidics
    Mohamed Tarek ELEWA, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
    CVD and PVD Hard Coatings for Industrial Applications: Present Status and Future Needs
    Esteban BROITMAN, SKF, Netherlands
    Friction properties of thick tetrahedral amorphous carbon coating with different surface defects under dry contact conditions
    Young-Jun JANG, Korea Institute of Materials Science, Korea (Republic of)to be confirmed
    Seizure property of DLC coated crank journal by engine bearing tester
    Takumi IWATA, Tokyo City University, Japan
    The influence of corrosion on diamond-like carbon topography and friction at the nanoscale
    Steve FRANKLIN, Advanced Research Center for Nanolithography, Netherlands
    Unravelling and Exploiting the Complex Mechanisms Responsible for the Superior Tribological Behaviour of Natural Systems
    Daniele DINI, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
    Effect of medium environment on friction and roughness perception
    Xue ZHOU, Southwest Jiaotong University, Chinato be confirmed
    Effect of elasticity of the subcutaneous layers and the state of pre-tension of human skin on friction and vibration
    Alexandre BERGHEAU, Ecole Centrale de Lyon - LTDS, France
    In Situ Solid Lubrication in Cold Dry Forging of Titanium by Isolated Free Carbon from Carbon- Supersaturated Dies
    Tatsuhiko AIZAWA, Surface Engineering Design Laboratory, SIT, Japan
    Critical analysis between laboratory and industrial tests of niobium- and boron-modified high chromium white cast irons
    G Cristina DE GODOY, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazilto be confirmed
    Topographical Multiview of Tribological Damages
    Julie LEMESLE, LAMIH, France
    Slip-rolling resistant steel alloys up to P0max of 3.920 MPa under lubricated conditions
    Mathias WOYDT, MATRILUB, Germany
    Testing methodology for elastomers in tribology
    Francesco PAGANO, Tekniker, Spain
    Influence of a vibration load on the service life of rolling bearings in e-drives
    Markus GREBE, Competence Center for Tribology, UAS Mannheim, Germany
    Heat generation in ball bearing for LOX turbopump
    KAKUDO Hiromitsu, Japan aerospace exploration agency, Japan
    A first approximation of the global energy consumption of ball bearings
    Vasilios BAKOLAS, Schaeffler Technologies AG &Co. KG, Germany
    Numerical Analysis for Tapered Roller Bearing in Relation to Roller Profile Based on Running-In Method
    Ren Shui CAO, State Key Laboratory of Tribology, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, Chinato be confirmed
    Tribology Tackles Cancer and COVID-19
    W. Gregory SAWYER, University of Florida, United States
    Time Effect on the Wear of Iron
    Ken'ichi HIRATSUKA, Chiba Institute of Technology, Japan
    Bi-stable response of a continuous system under dry contact
    Davide TONAZZI, Università di Roma LA SAPIENZA, Italy
    Thermomechanical Transients at the Contact of a Steel Sphere Sliding against an Insulating Plane. Part 1: Thermoelastic Conditions
    Andres SOOM, University at Buffalo, United States
    C/C material frictional response and occurrence of contact instabilities under different braking conditions
    Alessandro LAZZARI, INSA-Lyon / Sapienza University of Rome, Italyto be confirmed
    The novel active friction control method using machine learning for realizing long-life of solid lubricants
    Motoyuki MURASHIMA, Nagoya University, Japan
    Ionic Liquid Lubricant Films: Solid- vs. Liquid-like Behavior
    Rosa ESPINOSA-MARZAL, University of Illinois, United States
    Low-Toxicity High-Lubricity Ionic Liquids for Eco-Friendly Lubrication
    Jun QU, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, United Statesto be confirmed
    A Strong Tribofilm Formed By an Imidazolium Ionic Liquid Friction Modifier
    Jie ZHANG, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
    In-situ Formation of Oleophobic Boundary Layer for Lubrication Enhancement at Limited Lubricant Supply Conditions
    Patrick WONG, City University of Hong Kong, Chinato be confirmed
    Tribological behavior and cutting performance of a NbC-Ni-WC-TiC cermet
    Daniela HÜBLER, Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM), Germany
    Wear behavior study of quasicrystal reinforced Al-based composites fabricated by directed energy deposition
    Shuo LI, Arts et Metiers Institute of Technology (ENSAM), Franceto be confirmed
    Lightweight Metal Matrix Composites as Bearing Bush Materials for Articulating Revolute Pin Joints
    Juanjuan ZHU, The University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
    The wear behavior of novel SiC3D/Al composites with co-continuous structures
    Fu LIHUA, Henan University of Science and Technology, Chinato be confirmed
    Solid lubrication ability and wear-resistance of thin Ti3C2Tx coatings
    Philipp GRÜTZMACHER, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
    Mechanical and Tribological Behaviors of High Entropy Alloy (HEA) Coatings in Dry Conditions and 3% NaCl Solution
    Silvia Maria DEAMBROSIS, CNR-ICMATE, Italy
    Abrasive wear behavior of flame sprayed FeNbC coatings using ball cratering tests
    Juliana SOUZA DE OLIVEIRA, Federal University of Espírito Santo - UFES, Brazilto be confirmed
    Tribological behavior of Ni Cr coating with addition of TiO2 and Y2O3 feedstock
    Chandra Bhushan TRIPATHI, National Institute of Technology Jamshedpur, Indiato be confirmed
    The friction and wear behaviors of TiCrN coated gas nitrided AISI H13 hot work steels
    Seda ATAS BAKDEMIR, National Defence University, Naval Academy, Turkeyto be confirmed
    UV radiation tuning friction at the nanoscale: the photo-nanotribology awakens?
    Carlos FIGUEROA, Universidade de Caxias do Sul, Brazil
    Polarizability and electronegativity: physicochemical parameters tailoring nanotribology
    Leonardo LEIDENS, Universidade de Caxias do Sul, Brazilto be confirmed
    Inception of covalent bonds and nanoscale kinetic friction on graphene / SiC under increasing contact pressure
    Bartosz SZCZEFANOWICZ, INM – Leibniz Institute for New Materials, Germany
    Nanotribological properties of MXenes: Effect of surface terminations on interlayer and layer-substrate interactions
    Maria Clelia RIGHI, University of Bologna, Italy
    Molecular Friction on Porous Membranes
    Kordula SCHELLNHUBER, Leibniz Institute for New Materials, Germany
    Adhesion hysteresis of rough spheres: pinning of a crack front
    Antoine SANNER, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Germany
    What parameters control adhesive pull-off stresses and the work of adhesion?
    Anle WANG, Saarland University, Germany
    Adhesion evolution on slightly sheared dry elastomeric interfaces.
    Cristóbal OLIVER, Ecole central de Lyon, France
    Adhesion instability of rough surfaces
    Qiang LI, Institute of Mechanics, Berlin University of Technology, Germany
    Comparison between experimental and computational adhesive contacts
    Christian MÜLLER, Leibniz Institute for New Materials, Germany
    Solid-phase homoepitaxy at tribological interfaces between silicon crystals
    Thomas REICHENBACH, Fraunhofer IWM, Germany
    Predicting interfacial temperature during Friction Wood Welding through a thermo-tribologic approach coupling experiments and finite element modelling
    Mariem AYEM, Institute femto-st, France
    Data science techniques applied to in-situ XRD measurements of copper under tribological load
    Nikolay GARABEDIAN, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, IAM-CMS, Germany
    Dry friction analysis: A correlative study between rheology and third body morphology.
    Alizée BOUCHOT, LaMCoS - INSA Lyon, France
    Using Machine Learning to Predict Friction Based on Acoustic Emission Data
    Tom REDDYHOFF, Imperial College London, United Kingdomto be confirmed
    Development of a New in situ Friction-Control Method using Electronic Field in Polyelectrolyte Lubricant
    Sean KINDT, Umehara Laboratory, Japan
    Nanotribology of Phosphonium Phosphate Ionic Liquid: a Combined Atomic Force Microscopy and Surface Spectroscopic Study
    Filippo MANGOLINI, The University of Texas at Austin, United States
    A Novel Method of Liquid Bridge Force Measurement under Shear
    Qingrui SONG, Hefei University of Technology, Chinato be confirmed
    Molecular mobility analysis to explain lubricated friction at high pressure
    Ruibin XU, LaMCoS - INSA Lyon, France
    Dewetting in Soft Contacts: Role of Surface Energies
    Michele SCARAGGI, Università del Salento, Italyto be confirmed
    500 mm Class of Large Area Coating through the Mass Production Scale of Filtered Cathodic Vacuum Arc System
    Jongkuk KIM, Korea Institute of Materials Science, Korea (Republic of)to be confirmed
    Tribological Performance of Diamond-Like Carbon Coatings with Precise and Localized Silver Doping
    Abdul Wasy ZIA, Northumbria University, United Kingdomto be confirmed
    Effect of duct bias on friction behavior of ta-C coating under high temperature environment
    Wooyoung LEE, Nagoya university, Japanto be confirmed
    The influence of nitrogen content and temperature on friction characteristics of ta-CNx film under high vacuum condition
    Taiki YASUDA, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Facility of Engineering, Nagoya University, Japan
    Improving wear and corrosion resistance of a ta-C film by sealing surface with ALD TiO2 for biomedical applications
    Guizhi WU, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
    Microscale characterisation of the mechanical behaviour of brain white matter
    Asad JAMAL, Imperial College London, United Kingdomto be confirmed
    Fracture of soft matter during needle insertion
    Muthukumar MARIAPPAN, Indian institute of science Bangalore, India
    Effect of Surface Texture on Thrombosis on Bileaflet Mechanical Heart Valves
    Kuilin MENG, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Tsinghua University, Chinato be confirmed
    Frictional properties of cuticle surface
    Shogo NAKAJIMA, Tokyo University of Science, Japan
    The friction effects in the stick-slip phenomena of the human skin
    Andrei CALIN, Politehnica University Bucharest, Romania
    Influence of the rotation direction of the cam on the friction losses of a cam/finger follower contact
    Johnny DUFILS, IREIS/HEF group, France
    Relevant test procedures on component level used for friction performance, wear behavior and lifetime prediction in wet clutches of transfer cases
    Mirjam BAESE, Magna Powertrain GmbH & CO KG, Austria
    Sliding performance of toroidal type CVT transmissions
    Mikel IRIBECAMPOS, Mondragon Goi Eskola Politeknikoa, Spain
    The Grease Worker and its Applicability to Study Mechanical Aging and Rheology of Lubricating Greases for Rolling Bearings
    Robert Jan MEIJER, University of Twente, Netherlands
    The influence of coatings and cycle tightening on the performance of threaded fasteners
    Wieslaw GRABON, Rzeszow University of Technology, Poland
    Tribological behavior of HexTool on itself under plane-on-plane gross-sliding fretting condition using local surface analysis
    Julien FORTES DA CRUZ, Laboratoire Quartz - Supmeca, France
    Piston ring pack friction prediction considering oil starvation and asperity contact.
    Thomas LUBRECHT, LaMCoS - INSA Lyon, France
    Surface-Initiated Rolling Contact Fatigue of Nitrided Microstructures: Experiments and Modelling
    Christine SIDOROFF-COICAUD, NTN-SNR Roulements, France
    Comparison of steady-state and time-dependent solutions of rough or textured IsoViscousRigid starved contacts
    Nans BIBOULET, LaMCoS - INSA Lyon, Franceto be confirmed
    Controlling friction in carbon and ceramic systems by mechano-chemistry
    Michael MOSELER, Fraunhofer Institute Institute for Mechanics of Materials, Germany
    Functionalized Polymers and their Use as Oil-Compatible Friction-Modifier Additives: the Role of Polymer Architecture
    Nicholas SPENCER, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
    The Effect of Polymer Colloids Friction Modifier in Polar Lubricating Oils
    Kenji YAMAMOTO, ADEKA Corporation, Japan
    Evaluation of 1,3-Diketone as a Novel Friction Modifier for Lubricating Oils
    Ke LI, Wuhan University of Technology, Chinato be confirmed
    Soot wear in diesel engine contacts
    Thomas KIRKBY, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
    Tribology of Thermal Spray Coatings under varying Lubricant Quality
    Dominic LINSLER, Fraunhofer IWM, Germany
    Lubricants with nanoparticles to improve wear resistance in gear contacts
    Marcella FRAUSCHER, AC2T research GmbH, Austria
    Material formulation, integrity of the brake pad and wear at high temperature
    Edouard DAVIN, Centrale Lille, France
    Transient sliding of thin hydrogel films: the role of poroelasticity
    Lola CIAPA, Soft Matter Science and Engineering Laboratory, France
    Soft-nanocomposite lubricants of supramolecules gel
    Meirong CAI, Lanzhou Institute of Chemical Physics Chinese Academy of Sciences, Chinato be confirmed
    Sliding Friction of Gels at Intersonic Sliding Velocities
    Tetsuo YAMAGUCHI, Department of Biomateiral Sciences, The University of Tokyo, Japan
    Compliant Boundaries: Microgel Coated Surfaces under Shear
    Carlos DRUMMOND, Centre de Recherche Paul Pascal (CRPP), CNRS, France
    Measuring high strain rate behavior of metals at the contact mechanics scale
    Guillaume KERMOUCHE, Mines Saint-Etienne, France
    In-Situ measurement of Linear and Nonlinear Normal Interfacial Stiffness in Dry Rough Surface Contact using Longitudinal Ultrasonic Wave
    Saeid TAGHIZADEH, UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD, United Kingdom
    In-situ experimental investigation of real contact area of sliding contacts at the asperity scale
    Petra JAN, Laboratory for Tribology and Interface Nanotechnology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
    Universality of Greenwood-Williamson contact mechanics
    Andras VERNES, AC2T research GmbH, Austria
    The effects of initial surface morphology on the ZDDP tribofilm growth on steel by using in situ AFM method
    Kaisei SATO, Graduate School of Tokyo University of Science, Japan
    Combined Use of ZDDP and Organic Friction Modifier Leads to Lower Coefficient of Friction; A Study Using Atomic Force Microscope
    Weiqi SHEN, Kyoto University, Japan
    Boundary Friction of ZDDP Tribofilms
    Jie ZHANG, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
    Sulfurization of molybdenum dithiocarbamates by zinc dithiophosphates in lubricants : a key process of their – synergistic interaction ?
    Yu Min KIW, University of Strasbourg, Franceto be confirmed
    An Examination of Adhesion between a Si tip and Si substrate During Indentation and Sliding
    Rob CARPICK, University of Pennsylvania, United Statesto be confirmed
    Multiscale contact model for skid resistance understanding of road surface
    Veronique CEREZO, AME-EASE, University Gustave Eiffel, Franceto be confirmed
    The method to measure and determine scale-free region of surfaces with fractal characterizations
    Hongju LI, State Key Laboratory of Tribology, Tsinghua University, China
    Post-processing of HVOF sprayed coatings for improved erosive wear resistance of advanced steel
    Avi GUPTA, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India
    GO-Fe Multilayer Lubricating Coatings on Steel Substrate with Excellent Mechanical and Tribological Properties
    Jinqing WANG, Lanzhou Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Chinato be confirmed
    Tribological Comparison of Nanocoatings on Diesel Engine Cylinder Liner
    Hakan KALELI, YILDIZ Technical University, Turkey
    Development of PTFE Bonded Films for Sampling Mechanisms in Space Exploration
    Koji MATSUMOTO, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
    Zinc Distribution in Articular Cartilage and Potential Implications on Structural Role
    Markus WIMMER, Rush University Medical Center, United States
    Comparative study of pyrolytic carbon, zirconia-toughened alumina, and cobalt-alloy against cartilage: in vitro wear test with live tissue
    Amandine IMPERGRE, RUSH University Medical Center, United States
    Friction Measurement of Articular cartilage using Nano Tribometer
    Yoshinori SAWAE, Kyushu University, Japan
    Potentially cytotoxic organometallic compounds formed in cartilage sliding against partial implants unveiled by in vitro experiments
    Manel RODRIGUEZ RIPOLL, AC2T research GmbH, Austriato be confirmed
    The h-BN Based Sonogel: Structure, Rheology and Tribological Application
    Ding QI, The Lanzhou Institute of Chemical Physics - CAS, Chinato be confirmed
    Laboratory evaluation of the performance of top-of-rail lubricants
    Milan OMASTA, Brno University of Technology, Czechia
    Filling MWCNTs to make water-lubricated bearings intelligent
    Enchi XUE, Key Laboratory of Marine Power Engineering & Technology (Ministry of Transport), Wuhan University of Technology, Wuhan 430063, PR China., Chinato be confirmed
    Analysis of the influence of small quantity secondary lubricant on water lubrication
    Xiaohan ZHANG, Qingdao University of Technology, Chinato be confirmed
    Effect of Binders on Formability of Anodized Aluminum Alloy Sheet with Solid Lubrication Coatings
    Jiesong Tu, Wuhan Research Institute of Materials Protection, Chinato be confirmed
    Lubrication, Friction and Wear Mechanisms in Metal Forming
    Henara COSTA, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande, Brazil
    Effects of Lubrication, Temperature and Surface Topography in Aluminum Sheet Forming
    Arash SHAFIEE SABET, Graz University of Technology, Austria
    Towards friction modelling in lubricated hot rolling of aluminium
    André RUDNYTSKYJ, AC2T research GmbH; TU Wien, Austria
    High-quality Lubricants from Plastic Wastes and Their Tribological Performance Under Severe Contact Conditions
    Ali ERDEMIR, Texas A&M University, United States
    Surface Chemistry and Friction of Organic Friction Modifiers as Self-Assembled Boundary Layers
    Fadlallah ABOUHADID, LTDS - Ecole Centrale de Lyon - CNRS, France
    Effect of secondary amine on frictional performance of lubricating oil for slideway guide under high humidity condition
    Kousuke HIBINO, Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan
    Dependence of Tribological Performance of Engine Oil on the Carbon-Based Tribofilm Formation with Different Bonding Hybridization Content
    Sang PHAM, University of Wollongong, Australiato be confirmed
    Influence of vitamin E on UHMWPE tribological performance
    Igor SOARES, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), Brazil
    Tribological study of PEEK reinforced with SiC particles: a comparative approach to the Micro-Nano effect
    Karl DELBÉ, Laboratoire Génie de Production (LGP), Université de Toulouse, France
    Comparison of tribological properties of POM against steel under different slide-to-roll ratio in dry and oil lubricated contact
    Sebastjan MATKOVIC, Laboratory for tribology and interface nanotechnology, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Slovenia
    The Tribology Performance Improvement of Helical Polymer Composite Gears
    Ken MAO, Warwick University, United Kingdomto be confirmed
    Molecular mechanisms of self-mated hydrogel friction
    Jan MEES, University of Freiburg, Germany
    Dynamic Plowing Friction due to Sliding of Hard Conical Asperities
    Kazuo ARAKAWA, Kyushu University, Japanto be confirmed
    Friction weakening by mechanical vibrations
    Valérie VIDAL, Laboratoire de Physique, ENS de Lyon - CNRS, France
    How do 3D viscoelastic objects begin to slide? – Relation between precursor slip and friction coefficient –
    Wataru IWASHITA, Osaka University, Japan
    Crack Nucleation in the Adhesive Wear of an Elastic-Plastic Half-Space
    Lucas FRÉROT, Department of Physics and Astronomy, United States
    Plastic and slipping zones at the adhered complete contact edge of elastically dissimilar materials
    Kim HYUNG-KYU, Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute, Korea (Republic of)
    A numerical investigation of two elasto-plastic bodies in contact with a rigid particle
    Jens JENSEN, Aarhus University, Denmark
    Mechanical properties and metallurgical evolutions of pure Aluminum along temperature ramp by HT nanoindentation
    Gabrielle TIPHÉNE, Ecole Centrale de Lyon - LTDS, Franceto be confirmed
    Superlubricity of amorphous carbon surfaces via shear-induced aromatization
    Takuya KUWAHARA, Fraunhofer Institute for Mechanics of Materials IWM, Germany
    Research on Macroscopic Heterogeneous Contact Superlubricity of a-C:H/MoS2
    Qian JIA, Lanzhou Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences,, Chinato be confirmed
    Superlubricity of diamond-like carbon film in a single asperity sliding contact
    Kang WANG, State Key Laboratory of Tribology, Tsinghua University, Chinato be confirmed
    The Superlubricity and Anti-wear Performances of Nitrogen-doped Onion-like Carbon Films as Solid Lubricants with Variable Interfacial Nanostructures
    Jianxun XU, Tsinghua University, Chinato be confirmed
    Multi-scale simulations of PEEK tribointerfaces
    Daniele SAVIO, Freudenberg Technology Innovation SE & Co. KG, Germany
    Mechanisms of Graphite Lubrication
    Andreas KLEMENZ, Fraunhofer Institute for Mechanics of Materials IWM, Germany
    Accurate multiscale simulation of frictional interfaces by Quantum Mechanics/Green's Function molecular dynamics
    Maria Clelia RIGHI, University of Bologna, Italy
    Material Integrity as Key Performance Index of the finished thermally sprayed tribological contact
    Michael BUSSAS, Nagel Maschinen und Werkzeuge GmbH, Germany
    Surface Coatings for Ti6Al4V – A Review
    Jibin T PHILIP, Amal Jyothi College of Engineering, Indiato be confirmed
    Effects of duplex post-treatment on high temperature tribological properties for NiCr-Cr3C2-CaF2/BaF2 coatings
    Kaili FENG, Tsinghua University, Chinato be confirmed
    Enhanced tribological and tribocorrosion performance of cast Al-Si alloys using Plasma Electrolytic Oxidation technology
    Patricia FERNÁNDEZ LÓPEZ, Tekniker, Spain
    Tribology of joint implants: characterization of frictional properties between bone and implant and coated knee implants using a pin on disk tribometer
    Xavier GUTHMANN, Anton Paar Tri Tec,
    Tribological Analysis of 3D Printed Small Joint Replacements
    Matus RANUSA, Brno University of Technology, Czechia
    Investigation of the tribological behavior of amorphous carbon coatings for total knee replacement using a pin-on-disk tribometer
    Benedict ROTHAMMER, Engineering Design, Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg (FAU), Germany
    Tribolgical characterisation of carbon-based UHMWPE nanocomposites in orthopaedic applications
    Hironori SHINMORI, Kyushu University, Japan
    White etching crack (WEC) detection using electrostatic sensing techniques
    Ling WANG, nCATS, University of Southampton, United Kingdom
    Spectrally Multiplexed FiberOptic Sensors for Bearing Condition Monitoring
    James WASHAK, University of southampton, United Kingdomto be confirmed
    Ultrasonic sensor for the real-time measurement of pressurized gas absorption in ionic liquids
    Michele SCHIRRU, AC2T Research GmbH, Austria
    Embedded Micro-Ultrasonic Arrays for the Measurement of Tribological Interfaces.
    Henry BRUNSKILL, Peak to Peak Measurement Solutions/The University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
    DLC Coating on Axially Floating Bearings for More Electric Aircrafts
    Laura HAVIEZ, Safran , France
    Loss-of-lubrication in aeronautical ball bearings
    David PHILIPPON, LaMCoS - INSA Lyon, France
    Improvement of Rolling Element Bearing Torque Predictions Using Lubricant Rheological Measurements
    Ryan EVANS, The Timken Company, United States
    Investigation of Dynamic Characteristics and Failure Cause of Solid-Lubricated low-speed Bearing
    Hao CHEN, Beijing Institute of Technology, Chinato be confirmed
    Sliding wear and induced-microstructure of Ti-6Al-4V alloys: Effect of additive laser technology
    Nan KANG, Arts et Métiers Paristech, France
    Rebuilding of the Brugger Tribometer and Case Study of Direct Laser Interference Patterns (DLIP)
    Shiqi FANG, Saarland University, Germany
    A FEM-based open source multiphysical framework for full-system simulations of lubricated contacts
    Norbert BADER, Leibniz University Hannover Institute of Machine Design and Tribology (IMKT), Germany
    Towards a grain-scale modeling of crack initiation in contact fatigue
    Lucas FOUREL, LaMCoS - INSA Lyon, France
    The importance of tribology to TotalEnergies' ambition
    Sophie BIRÉ, TotalEnergies OneTech, to be confirmed
    Enhancement of Film Lubrication by Tailored Surface Wettability
    Feng GUO, Qingdao University of Technology, China
    Isopropanol vapor phase lubrication of multi-asperity interfaces: the role of capillarity and boundary lubrication
    Liang PENG, Qingdao University of Technology, Chinato be confirmed
    Friction Characteristics of Nanostripe Surfaces under “Wide” Point Contact
    Yasuhisa ANDO, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan
    Towards a Generic Multiscale Model for Boundary Lubrication
    Hannes HOLEY, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
    Multiscale Analysis of the Compressible Thin Film Flow between Two Rough Surfaces
    Mihai ARGHIR, Institut PPRIME, UPR CNRS 3346, Université de Poitiers, France
    Examining tribocorrosion of passivating steels – new materials and methods
    Kathryn WAHL, US Naval Academy, United States
    Tribochemical process on silicon surface: Fundamental understanding and application to nanofabrication
    Linmao QIAN, Tribology Research Institute, Southwest Jiaotong University, Chinato be confirmed
    Exceptional slurry erosion and erosion-corrosion resistance of MoNbTiZr Medium Entropy Alloy (MEA)
    Mayank GARG, Shiv Nadar University, India
    Wear and Repassivation Rates of Orthopedic Metal Implants in Simulated Healthy and Inflammatory Synovial Fluids
    Markus WIMMER, Rush University Medical Center, United States
    Tribocorrosion of abrasion-resistant steel grades in marine environments
    Kannaki PONDICHERRY, Soete Laboratory, Ghent University, Belgium
    Atomic wear governed by synergic energy: the roles of tribochemistry and electrochemistry
    Chen XIAO, Advanced research center for nanolithography, Netherlands
    Structural Superlubricity Meets Grain Boundaries
    Oded HOD, Tel Aviv University, Israel
    Atomic-scale insights into the relationship between friction and surface passivation: the case of hydrogenated and fluorinated carbon
    Gianpietro MORAS, Fraunhofer IWM, Germany
    Edge effect in structural superlubricity
    Jin WANG, Tsinghua University, China
    Adhesion of hard, rough contacts
    Tevis JACOBS, Pittsburgh University, United States
    Normal-tangential coupling in frictional rough contacts of thin layers
    Nicola MENGA, Imperial College London, United Kingdomto be confirmed
    Electrical Contact Resistance considering Spatial Correlation
    Yong Hoon JANG, Yonsei University, Korea (Republic of)
    Computational study of a piezoelectric actuated interface for optimal frictional damping performance in assembled structures
    Matias LASEN, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
    Frictional contact of multilayer material under magneto-electro-mechanical loads
    Yijin SUI, Beijing Institute of Technology, Chinato be confirmed
    Achieving Superlubricity under Boundary Lubrication
    Jean-Michel MARTIN, Ecole Centrale de Lyon, France
    Thermally Activated Adaptation in Tribological Coatings that Operate in Extreme Environments
    Samir AOUADI, University of North Texas, United Statesto be confirmed
    Tribological contact-induced transformations of carbon materials
    Jose Daniel DE MELLO, Universidade Federal de Uberlandia, Brazil
    Modeling of contact temperatures and their influence on the tribological performance of PEEK and PTFE in a dual-pins-on-disk tribometer
    Zhibin LIN, State Key Laboratory of Automotive Simulation and Control, Jilin University, China
    Nanoscale friction at the solid-liquid interface: in-situ force microscopy of complex layers
    Roland BENNEWITZ, Leibniz-Institut für Neue Materialien GmbH, Germany
    Modeling of crack nucleation and propagation in a white etching layer on in-service pearlitic rail steel
    Juan Ignacio PEREIRA, University of São Paulo, Brazilto be confirmed
    Experiments and analysis of the relationship between bulk mechanical properties, friction and scratching
    Marina PECORA, Université de Strasbourg, France
    Multi-scale 3D simulation of the temperature distribution in a sliding contact under severe conditions
    Cédric COURBON, University of Lyon/ENISE, France
    Ultrasonic Measurements to Characterize Friction in Dry Sliding
    Alfredo FANTETTI, Imperial College London, United Kingdomto be confirmed
    Fundamental Aspects on Soft and Resilient Tribology of Solvent-Swollen Concentrated Polymer Brushes
    Yoshinobu TSUJII, Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University, Japanto be confirmed
    Tribological Properties of Poly(Ionic Liquid) Brushes in Aqueous and Organic Media
    David BURGESS, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom
    Viscosity prediction model of epoxy resin modified with waste quartz powders based on contact angle measurements
    Kamil KRZYWINSKI, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland
    Influence Factors on Mechanisms of Superlubricity in PLC Films
    Yu QINGYUAN, State Key Laboratory of Tribology, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, Chinato be confirmed
    Tribological behavior of micro oxidation coatings on titanium substrate at room temperature
    Karl DELBÉ, Laboratoire Génie de Production (LGP), Université de Toulouse, France
    Antifriction Effect of Nanocomposite Coating with Green Tribology Properties
    Vladimir LEVCHENKO, Institute of Advanced Coating Materials of Taizhou University, Chinato be confirmed
    Low-cycle static and dynamic fatigue of Cr/CrN coatings in point contact
    Jolanta KRUPA, AGH UST, Poland
    Cartilage Tribology: Understanding Structure-Function Relationships
    Markus WIMMER, Rush University Medical Center, United States
    The Effect of Chain Architecture on the Tribology of Polymer Brushes using Coarse-Grained Molecular Dynamics
    Mohamed ABDELBAR, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
    Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Polymer Brush and Gel Layered Structure
    Manjesh SINGH, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, Indiato be confirmed
    Rheology and soft tribology characterization of yoghurt with curcumin-loaded solid lipid nanoparticles
    Cristiano DE ABREU, Porto Superior Eng. Institute (ISEP) , Portugal
    Effects of beverage carbonation on oral lubrication mechanisms
    Sorin-Cristian VLADESCU, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
    Investigation of workpieceside parameters and application of innovative surface engineering technology for improving the tribological performance within hot stamping
    Marion MERKLEIN, Institute of Manufacturing Technology, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany
    Investigation on Pad-Pivot Characteristics of Ball and Socket Tilting Pad Journal Bearings
    Enrico CIULLI, University of Pisa, Italy
    An efficient three-dimensional thermoelastohydrodynamic model of large tilting-pad journal bearing covering laminar flow and turbulent flow
    Yang HU, School of Mechatronic Engineering and Automation, Shanghai University, Chinato be confirmed
    Tribotronic Control of Tilted Pad Bearings
    Ian SHERRINGTON, Jost Institute for Tribotechnology, School of Engineering, United Kingdom
    A Novel Sliding Pad Contour for Conical Sliding Bearings
    Timm JAKOBS, CWD – Chair for Wind Power Drives, Germany
    Contact Fatigue Damage Mechanisms in Machine Elements
    Xikai YU, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
    Fretting Wear and Evaluation of Flange Gasket
    Zheng ZHANG, China University of Petroleum (Beijing), Chinato be confirmed
    Characterization of the Fretting Fatigue Damage of Stainless Steel Steam Turbine Blade Material at High Temperature
    Helmi ATTIA, McGill University / National Research Council Canada, Canadato be confirmed
    A Novel Method of Introductory Education for Tribology through Problem-solving Game Activity: How Do You Win the Hearts and Minds of Children and Young People Who Will Bear the Future?
    Alan HASE, Saitama Institute of Technology, Japan
    Simulation and experiments of contact with soft materials having a gradient of stiffness
    Alison DUNN, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States
    Effective work of adhesion in loading and unloading soft contacts
    Antonio PAPANGELO, Politecnico di Bari - Hamburg University of Technology, Italy
    Development of a methodology of quantitative analysis of micro-wear on stone tools
    Maxence BIGERELLE, LAMIH CNRS UMR 8201, Laboratory of Automatics, Mechanics and Industrial, Human Computer Sciences, France
    Relationship between Traction and Molecular Structure of Base Oil in EHL Conditions
    Kazuyuki YAGI, Kyushu University, Japan
    Roughness and texture interaction in parallel sliding contacts
    Noel BRUNETIERE, Institut Pprime, CNRS, University of Poitiers, Ensma, France
    2D impact study of radial groove’s width and number on engagement
    Rémi PIEGARD, Valeo Transmission, France
    Evaluating wear and friction in mixed lubricated conformal contacts using accelerated performance evolution: experiments and simulations
    Yuechang WANG, Institute of Functional Surfaces, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
    Effect of viscoelasticity in the lubricated contact of soft material
    Xin HOU, State Key Laboratory of Tribology, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Tsinghua University, Chinato be confirmed
    Friction and wear performance of PA1010 composites
    Helena RONKAINEN, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Finland
    PA-PTFE-cb compounds based dry lubrication in steel-bronze contact: Tribological characterization of dry lubricants
    Lionel SIMO KAMGA, TU Kaiserslautern, Germany
    Modeling the composite abrasive-adhesive wear response of “W-shape” gross slip fretting interface: a multi-physic approach
    Pierre ARNAUD, Centre des Matériaux - Mines ParisTech, Franceto be confirmed
    Spatiotemporal Mapping Analysis for Polymer/Metal Sliding
    Kian Kun YAP, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
    Effects of glass fiber properties on the tribological properties of a polyamide-66-based composite in contact with carbon steel under grease lubrication
    Vincent FRIDRICI, Ecole Centrale de Lyon - LTDS, France
    Macroscale superlubricity of diamond-like carbon coatings and ceramics using different lubricants - From model test to application
    Tobias AMANN, Fraunhofer IWM, Germany
    Macroscale Superlubricity Enabled by Synergy Effect of Graphene-oxide Nanoflakes and Ethanediol
    Jinjin LI, Tsinghua University, Chinato be confirmed
    Superlubricity with tetrahedral amorphous carbon coatings
    Stefan MAKOWSKI, Fraunhofer Institute for Material and Beam Technology, Germany
    Advances of Superlubricitive Engineering
    Jianbin LUO, Tsinghua University, China
    How surface roughness influences the real contact area in elastoplastic systems?
    Kasra FARAIN, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
    Surface Roughness Pairs in a Sliding Contact
    Carsten GACHOT, TU Wien, Austria
    Rough contact of inelastic materials
    Vladislav YASTREBOV, MINES ParisTech, CNRS, France
    The effect of surface roughness and lambda ratio on micropitting damage
    Benjamin WAINWRIGHT, Imperial College London , United Kingdom
    Link between roughness and squeal: prediction by deep learning approach
    Nikzad MOTAMEDI, University of Lille, France, France
    Tribofilm growth and wear on nanocrystalline platinum-gold alloys
    Frank DELRIO, Sandia National Laboratories, United States
    Tribofilm composition of dialkyl phosphonoacetic acid in Ester base oil and PAO
    Tadashi OSHIO, Eneos Corporation, Japan
    Tribofilms on Turbine Engine Bearing Steels and Lubricants Part 1
    Daulton ISAAC, Air Force Research Laboratory, United Statesto be confirmed
    In Situ Observation of Steel and Tribofilm during Scuffing Process by Synchrotron X-Ray Diffraction
    Makoto MIYAJIMA, Nippon Steel Corporation, Japanto be confirmed
    Evolution of Chemical and Physical Properties of Steel Contacts During Scuffing Wear
    Kelly JACQUES, University of North Texas, United States
    Adsorption of lubricant additives made simple: DockOnSurf package
    Sophie LOEHLE, Total M&S, Franceto be confirmed
    Development of in situ surface treatment method using dielectric barrier discharge
    Wenjun WU, Nagoya University, Japan
    Morphology, concentration, potential: Exploring tunable adsorption film friction with molecular dynamics
    Johannes HÖRMANN, Department of Microsystems Engineering, University of Freiburg, Germany
    Multi-physics and chemical understanding of boundary lubrication using molecular based simulations
    Hitoshi WASHIZU, University of Hyogo, Japan
    Tribological characteristics of self-lubricating systems with PVD coated TiB2/Ti composites
    Remigiusz MICHALCZEWSKI, Lukasiewicz Research Network - Institute for Sustainable Technologies, Poland
    Effect of pulsed electron beam irradiation on the microstructure and tribological properties of Ni3Al-TiC composite
    Gencaga PURCEK, Karadeniz Technical University, Turkeyto be confirmed
    Study on the structure, mechanical and corrosion-tribological properties of (TiAlCrNbV)Nx high entropy nitride coatings
    Xudong SUI, Lanzhou insitiute of of Chemical Physics, Chinato be confirmed
    Tribological and Corrosive Properties of Nanostructured Al/TiN/Ag Multilayer Coatings Based on Magnetron Sputtering
    Zhengqiang TANG, Guizhou University, Chinato be confirmed
    Chemical and tribo-mechanical properties of TiBx films by magnetron sputtering
    Valentina ZIN, National Research Council of Italy, Italy
    Towards the clarification of viscosupplements effectiveness
    David REBENDA, Brno University of Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Czechia
    Lubrication effect of ECM molecules and SF components evaluated with agarose-chondrocyte model
    Takumi SATO, Kyushu University, Japan
    An aqueous bio-lubricant with ultra-low friction coefficients to tackle xerostomia (dry mouth condition)
    Siavash SOLTANAHMADI, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
    Wetting enhancement on surfaces through flexible microstructures
    Hu SONGTAO, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Chinato be confirmed
    Enhanced lubrication on articular cartilage surface through hyaluronic acid conjugated with dopamine as intra-articular injections
    Ke REN, Department of Biomedical Engineering, University Medical Center Groningen, University of Groningen, Netherlands
    Increased Friction under a Water-lubricated Condition by Adding Sodium Chloride to Rubber
    Toshiaki NISHI, ASICS Corporation, Japan
    Friction stir processing of austenitic stainless steel and copper cold spray coatings: feasibility study
    Alexey SOVA, ENISE / LTDS, France
    Controlling irradiation damage-tolerance and self adaptive lubrication of MoS2 based composite films
    Peng WANG, State Key Laboratory of Solid Lubrication, Lanzhou Institute Of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy Of Sciences, Chinato be confirmed
    Tribological Properties of Lubricants for Gearbox of Human Pressurized Lunar Rover
    Takashi YOKOYAMA, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japanto be confirmed
    Influence of humidity in evaluation for load carrying capacities of DLC film using high-frequency, linear-oscillation tribometer
    Hiroki MANO, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan
    Energy balance during the interaction between a blade and an abradable coating
    Jean-François BRUNEL, LaMcube, Franceto be confirmed
    Component testing of a bicycle braking system: the development of a tribotesting rig to introduce tribology and scientific methodology at undergraduate level
    Ana Cecilia RODRIGUES, Centrale Lille, Franceto be confirmed
    Aesthetic degradation of concrete surface morphology
    Kamil KRZYWINSKI, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland
    Tribology and Environment Impact
    Diana MARTIN DE ARGENTA, insa lyon, France
    Application of graphene platelet-additivated grease in tribological contacts
    Florian PAPE, Institute of Machine Design and Tribology, Leibniz University Hanover, Germany, Germany
    Unexpected dynamic behavior of a mass lifted by near-field acoustic levitation
    Noel BRUNETIERE, Institut Pprime, CNRS, University of Poitiers, Ensma, France
    A Numerical Simulation of Linear and Nonlinear Normal Interfacial Stiffness in Dry Rough Contact Measured with Longitudinal Ultrasonic Wave
    Saeid TAGHIZADEH, UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD, United Kingdom
    Tuning Nanoscale Intrinsic Friction via Quantum Mechanical Descriptors
    Antonio CAMMARATA, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czechiato be confirmed
    Tribological Properties of Vanadium Oxides Investigated with Reactive Molecular Dynamics
    Miljan DASIC, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czechiato be confirmed
    Interaction of oscillating motion of a punch and wear of a coating in sliding thermoelastic contact problem with frictional heating
    Sergei AIZIKOVICH, Don State Technical University, Russian Federation
    Toughening Materials for Ultimate Resistance to Wear
    Hong LIANG, Texas A&M University, United Statesto be confirmed
    Comparison between the P-? formulation and the Rayleigh-Plesset equation for modeling cavitation in starved lubricated thin films
    Mihai ARGHIR, Institut PPRIME, UPR CNRS 3346, Université de Poitiers, France
    Theoretical investigations of a fluid film thrust bearing operational parameters under different oil supply modes
    Michal WODTKE, Gdansk University of Technology, Poland
    Computational investigation of the pressure build-up mechanism in parallel-surface fixed-pad thrust bearings
    Anastassios CHARITOPOULOS, Institut Pprime, CNRS-University of Poitiers-ISAE-ENSMA, Dpt GMSC, Futuroscope Chasseneuil, France, Franceto be confirmed
    The Influence of Deformation under Tension on Wear and Selected Properties of PTFE
    Maciej KUJAWA, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland
    Fluorination of metal counterface by rubbing against PTFE: As a mechanism to prevent the formation of the transferred film
    Yoshinori TAKEICHI, Toyohashi University of Technology, Japanto be confirmed
    Investigation of extrusion based printed gears of different polymer compounds
    Tanja STILLER, Polymer Competence Center Leoben GmbH, Austria
    Effect of organic friction modifiers on lubrication of polymer-steel contact
    Go TATSUMI, University of Southampton, Japan
    Tribological properties of lignopolyurethane based polymeric composites
    Raimundas RUKUIŽA, Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuaniato be confirmed
    Graphene based multiscale reinforced composite materials for oil-free hydropower bearings
    Julian SOMBERG, Luleå university of technology, Sweden
    Effect of Sliding Paths on Wear Characteristics of Composite Resin Materials
    Hayate SAITO, Hitachi, Ltd, Japan
    Tribological Properties of Hemp Fiber and Glass Fiber Reinforced Plant-Derived Polyamide 1010 Biomass Composites against Various Metallic Counter Materials
    Yosuke NISHITANI, Kogakuin University, Japan
    Experimental investigation of textured tire tread blocks on smooth ice surface
    Michael HINDEMITH, Institute of Dynamics and Vibration Research (IDS) at Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germanyto be confirmed
    Tractive rolling contact on a viscoelastic multi-layered half-space
    Efoe WALLACE, LaMCoS - INSA Lyon, Franceto be confirmed
    Ice Premelting Layer of Ice-Rubber Friction Studied Using Resonance Shear Measurement
    Kazue KURIHARA, Tohoku University, Japanto be confirmed
    The degraded surface layer of a tyre tread: characterization and simulation
    Kévin DAIGNE, LaMCoS, Univ. Lyon, INSA-Lyon, CNRS UMR5259, F-69621, France, France
    Effects of Halide Contaminants on the Lubricating Properties of Phosphorus-Based Ionic Liquids
    Filippo MANGOLINI, The University of Texas at Austin, United States
    Direct Observation of Pressure-induced Phase Transition Behavior of Lubricants and Their Lubrication Properties
    Tomoaki OKANO, Idemitsu Kosan Co., Ltd., Lubricants Research Laboratory, Japan
    Investigation of dynamic elastomer-lubricant compatibilty on a tribometer for radial shaft seals
    Yvo STIEMCKE, Technical University Kaiserslautern, Germany
    Tribological properties of waste cooking oil and possibilities for its improvement
    Raimundas RUKUIŽA, Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuaniato be confirmed
    Green’s function techniques for atomic-scale static and dynamic contact
    Lars PASTEWKA, University of Freiburg, Germany
    ReaxFF investigations on effects of molecular substituents on lubricant additive decomposition: phosphate esters on ferrous surfaces
    Carlos AYESTARÁN LATORRE, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
    Micro-scale friction mechanisms of rough stearic acid monolayers
    Lucas FRÉROT, Department of Physics and Astronomy, United States
    In-Situ Adsorption of Friction Modifier Additives: A Combined QCM-D and CLSM Study
    Martin DIENWIEBEL, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology / Fraunhofer IWM, Germany
    Effect of Ultrasonic Nanocrystal Surface Modification on Fretting Wear of AISI 52100 Bearing Steel
    Auezhan AMANOV, Sun Moon University, Korea (Republic of)
    Improvement of Wear Resistance of High Strength Brass Alloy by Friction Stir Processing
    Masaaki MIYATAKE, Tokyo University of Science, Japan
    Experimental and Numerical Investigations on Fretting Wear of Inconel 718 Alloy Subjected to Ultrasonic Nanocrystal Surface Modification
    Auezhan AMANOV, Sun Moon University, Korea (Republic of)
    The effect of counterbody material on tribological behavior of active screen plasma-nitrided Inconel 718 under saline solution
    Giuseppe PINTAUDE, UTFPR, Brazil
    An Advanced Numerical Scheme for Simulation of Hydrodynamic Lubrication with Free Surfaces
    Ke ZHANG, Kyushu University, Japan
    Adjoint Optimization of Surfaces in the EHL Regime
    Andrea CODRIGNANI, Freiburg University, IMTEK, Simulation, Germanyto be confirmed
    Are Structure-Based Surface Analysis Methods Superior to Integral Methods? - Application Example: Lead on Shaft Counterfaces for Rotary Shaft Seals
    Maximilian ENGELFRIED, Universität Stuttgart / Pfaffenwalring 9, Germany
    Does Laser Surface Texturing Really Have a Negative Impact on the Fatigue Lifetime of Mechanical Components?
    Carsten GACHOT, TU Wien, Austria
    Experimental study on the lubrication in total knee replacements: The influence dynamics and synovial fluid constituents
    David NECAS, Brno University of Technology, Czechia
    Numerical study on the lubrication in total knee replacements: The influence of dynamics, geometry, material and fluid
    Max MARIAN, Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg (FAU), Germany, Germany
    3D printed ceramic parts for orthopaedic joint implants: tribological behaviour under dry and wet conditions
    Ambra PATERLINI, Lincotek Trento SpA, Italyto be confirmed
    Graphene Sheets Embedded Carbon Films for Reducing Friction of Archwire-Bracket in Orthodontic Treatment
    Pengfei WANG, Shenzhen University, Chinato be confirmed
    Interactions between the bovine calf serum and the metallic surface of hip implant taper junctions
    Adrian WITTROCK, TU Dortmund University, Germany
    Effects of harmonised procedures on tribological testing
    Mirco KRÖLL, Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM), Germany
    Lab-to-field upscaling for materials selection
    Helena RONKAINEN, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Finland
    Sliding bearings in the conditions of lubrication by contaminated water – results of experimental tests
    Wojciech LITWIN, Gdansk University Of Technology, Poland
    Tribology, the tool for efficient implementation of Materials for tomorrow
    Amaya IGARTUA, Fundación TEKNIKER, Spain
    Advanced Bearing Technologies for Challenging Space Applications
    Christopher DELLACORTE, NASA, United Statesto be confirmed
    Modelling races waviness for high precision ball bearings
    Camille JEANNOT, Femto-st / ADR, France
    Dynamic modelling of cage flexibility in Ball Bearings
    Karine PETUYA, LaMCoS - INSA Lyon, France
    Torque loss models for pre-loaded tandem rolling element bearings
    Jorge SEABRA, Universidade do Porto, Faculdade de Engenharia, Portugal
    The effect of microbubble on friction characteristics of fluid film lubrication
    Masayuki OCHIAI, Tokai University, Japan
    Textured Bearing Effect on Fluid Hydrodynamic Lubrication
    Cedric BARAZZUTTI, Ecole Centrale de Lyon - LTDS, France
    In-situ Observation of Cavitation Behavior in Journal Bearings under Reciprocating Dynamic Load
    Yuichiro KAJIKI, Taiho Kogyo Co., Ltd., Japan
    Rheological models for boundary lubrication from molecular dynamics
    Kerstin FALK, Fraunhofer IWM, Germany
    Pressure dependence of zero-shear viscosity by MD simulations
    Konstantinos GKAGKAS, Toyota Motor Europe NV/SA, Belgium
    Effect of molecular architecture on the effectiveness of a Viscosity Index Improver under shear.
    Amran MOHAMED, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
    Light-controlled Friction by Photo-responded Azobenzene Polymer
    Shuangxi TANG, Tsinghua University, Chinato be confirmed
    Comparison of the sliding behaviour of several polymers in hydrogen
    Geraldine THEILER, Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung, BAM, Germany
    Do the particle size and molecular weight of UHMWPE affect its thermomechanical and tribological performance?
    Hari VADIVEL, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
    Tribo-investigations on bidirectionally reinforced PAEK composites with Zylon fabric
    Meghashree PADHAN, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India
    Anisotropic sandpaper properties evolving from rubber surface contacts due to single-sided sliding
    Stephan RUNGE, Institut für Dynamik und Schwingungen, Leibniz University of Hannover, Germanyto be confirmed
    Mechanistic insights into elastomer frictional wear using mechanophores to characterize subsurface material damage.
    Jean COMTET, SIMM/ESPCI/CNRS, France
    Skid Resistance Evolution due to Road Texture Polishing: Proposing a Model to Simulate the whole Phenomena
    Malal KANE, Université Gustave Eiffel, France
    Environmental Effects on the Tribological Properties of MoS2
    Scott BOBBITT, Sandia National Laboratories, United States
    Structure and superlubricity of MoS2 on Au(111) revealed by ultrahigh vacuum atomic force microscopy
    Yiming SONG, Department of Physics, University of Basel, Switzerland
    Low friction of ta-CNx coating under refrigerant environment
    Kohei Kurachi, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd, Japan
    Critical concentration of Oxygen and Water molecules for Continuous Low Friction of Hydrogenated Carbon Nitride Coatings
    Kazuya KURIYAGAWA, Department of Mechanical Systems Engineering, Tohoku University, Japan, Japanto be confirmed
    Aging and Run-In of Shear-Oriented Sputtered MoS2
    Michael DUGGER, Sandia National Labs, United States
    Rubber adhesion and friction: role of surface energy and contamination films
    Avinash TIWARI, PGI-1, Forschungszentrum Juelich, Germany
    Control of Friction through Rheology, Gradients, and an Expanding Shear Zone with Sliding Speed
    W. Gregory SAWYER, University of Florida, United States
    Meso-Scale Dislocations and Friction of Shape-Complementary Soft Interfaces
    Anand JAGOTA, Lehigh University, United States
    The effect of dimple shape on friction in lubricated reciprocating motion
    Andrzej DZIERWA, Rzeszow University of Technology, Poland
    Visualization of atomization by dimple using High-Speed Camera
    Hiroki ONOUE, Graduate School of Tokai University, Japan
    In situ observation of thickness of lubrication film at textured surface
    Yuji YUHARA, Tokyo University of Science, Japan
    Plantar Strain Analysis Using DIC Methods For Diabetic Foot Assessment
    Sarah CROSSLAND, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
    Nanostructured Multi-Responsive Coatings for Tuning Surface Properties
    Suzanne GIASSON, Université de Montréal, Canada
    The Biotriobogical Properties of the Cochlear Electrode Arrays
    Gülçin Sefiye ASKIN, Hacettepe University, Turkey
    Biomechanical test materials for Bone drilling; the effects of temperature increase during drilling
    Vincent FRIDRICI, Ecole Centrale de Lyon - LTDS, France
    Effect of particulate matter on biomimetic pulmonary surfactant
    Tarek SEOUDI, LaMCoS - INSA Lyon, France
    Polymer-ceramic biocomposites based on hydroxyapatite/PVP for tissue engineering, their correlation of mechanical and tribological properties
    Agnieszka TOMALA, Cracow University of Technology, Faculty of Materials Science and Physics, Polandto be confirmed
    Understanding the evolution of friction brake performances with material ageing during high-energy braking
    Philippe DUFRENOY, University of Lille - LaMcube laboratory, Franceto be confirmed
    Multibody analysis of a disc brake system with various contacts and the coefficient of friction as function
    Arn JOERGER, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany
    Ultrafine Particle Emission from HVOF Cermet Coated Brake Rotor
    Yezhe LYU, Lund University, Sweden
    Optimisation of bearing geometry for linear sliders lubricated with piezo-viscous fluids
    Andreas ALMQVIST, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
    Thermal modelling strategies for TEHL of line contacts using CFD-FSI
    Dieter FAUCONNIER, Ghent University - Soete Laboratory, Belgiumto be confirmed
    A New Thermo-Elastohydrodynamic Lubrication Model for Journal and Sliding Bearing Systems
    Suhaib ARDAH, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
    Numerical study on short fiber reinforcements in TEHL polymer contacts
    Enzo MAIER, Gear Research Centre (FZG), Technical University of Munich, Germany
    Axial profiles for compensation of non-parallel fluid film geometry in multilobe journal bearings
    Michael STOTTROP, Product Development, Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany
    Wear Scars do not represent Wear Loss – A Fretting Corrosion Example
    Alfons FISCHER, Max-Planck-Institut fuer Eisenforschung, Germany
    Influence of the ball material on microabrasion-corrosion
    Henara COSTA, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande, Brazil
    High-temperature abrasion: technical ceramics vs. wear resistant steels
    Markus VARGA, AC2T research GmbH, Austriato be confirmed
    Influence of low temperature plasma carbonitriding on microabrasive wear resistance of Stellite 250 alloy
    Juliana SOUZA DE OLIVEIRA, Federal University of Espírito Santo - UFES, Brazilto be confirmed
    Experimental simulation of twisted carbon tows friction during weaving process
    Julie WALTHER, UHA-LPMT, France
    Mild wear at multi-asperity interfaces: the role of contact pressure
    Cyrian LERICHE, Advanced Research Center for Nanolythography, Netherlands
    New Model Allowing to Estimate the Wear of Stratified Surfaces
    Wieslaw GRABON, Rzeszow University of Technology, Poland
    Adhesive wear and static friction in spherical contact with ductile fracture
    Haibo ZHANG, Technion-Israel institute of Technology, Israelto be confirmed
    Friction of complex fluids: from slip length to Navier’s friction coefficient
    Elisabeth CHARLAIX, Université Grenoble Alpes, Franceto be confirmed
    Theory of the leakage of seals with applications
    Bo PERSSON, FZ Juelich, Germany
    Lean theoretical approaches to contact mechanics and leakage
    Martin MÜSER, Universität des Saarlandes, Germany
    Optimal design of assembly interface for high contact performance
    Qiyin LIN, Xi'an Jiaotong University, China
    Sealing Contact, Interfacial Separation, and Container Closure Integrity: A Preliminary Multiscale Contact Mechanics Approach for Predicting Prefilled Delivery System Performance
    Nestor RODRIGUEZ, Becton Dickinson, United States
    Study of flange-seal rough interface for high-sealing applications
    Yvan MARTHOURET, Mines Saint-Etienne, France
    Tribofilm formation in helicopter gears and how novel lubricants overcome loss of lubrication conditions
    Carsten GACHOT, TU Wien, Austria
    Influence of water adsorption layer on the friction properties of a-C:H films
    Takumi ISHIKAWA, Tottori University, Japan
    Clarification of the effect of a-C:H coating’s hardness on wear characteristic of a-C:H under Oil lubrication with MoDTC additives
    Hisanori YASUGATA, Nagoya university graduate school of engineering, Japan
    Improving tribological interaction to ta-C(:X) coatings by doping elements
    Volker WEIHNACHT, Fraunhofer IWS, Germany
    Tribological Properties of tetrahedral amorphous-Carbon(ta-C) in Lubricants Containing Phosphonate Ester Additive
    Kento TANAKA, Department of Micro-Nano Mechanical Science and Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering , Nagoya University, Japan
    Rough surfaces and interactions between micro contacts
    Jean-François MOLINARI, EPFL, Switzerland
    Atomic Origins of Friction Reduction in Alloys
    Shengfeng CHENG, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, United Statesto be confirmed
    Grain Boundary Sliding and Low Friction in BCC Metals
    Michael CHANDROSS, Sandia National Laboratories, United States
    Dissipation mechanisms and the crossover from Stokes to Coulomb friction
    Martin MÜSER, Universität des Saarlandes, Germany
    Lessons from Nature: Bioinspired Mechanically Durable and Self-healing Superliquiphilic/phobic Surfaces
    Bharat BHUSHAN, The Ohio State University, United States
    Effect of Micro-Dimples for Keeping Stable Sliding under Surface-to-Surface Contact Configuration
    Seiji MURATA, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering and Science Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University, Japan
    The role of microstructure on wear mechanisms and anisotropy of additively manufactured 316L stainless steel in dry sliding
    Mohanad BAHSHWAN, Imperial College London, United Kingdomto be confirmed
    Evolution of surface topography in internal channels with abrasive flow machining (AFM)
    Sangil HAN, Ecole Nationale d'Ingénieurs de Saint Etienne, ENISE , France
    Study on friction anisotropy of CVT pulley induced by surface texture
    Atsuta HARADA, Graduate school of Tokyo University of Science, Japan
    Oleophobic Surfaces with Low Adhesion from Stainless Steel (9Cr18) by Laser Processing and Chemical Etching
    Ronghe XU, Harbin Institute of Technology, Chinato be confirmed
    On friction and surface energy in the tribological contact of rod seals
    Oliver FEUCHTMÜLLER, University of Stuttgart, Institute of Machine Components, Germany
    Study on Carburizing Depth for Helical Gear Type of Torque-Sensing LSD
    Tomohiko HARUYAMA, JTEKT TORSEN EUROPE SA, Belgium
    Effect of WPC Surface Treatment on the Performance of an Engine Valve Train
    Muhammad BHUTTA, National University of Sciences & Technology (NUST), Islamabad, Pakistan, Pakistanto be confirmed
    Micro plasma cosmos for tuned cast friction
    Anna BULING, ELB Helmut Zerrer GmbH, Germany
    Role of hBN on tribological response of HVOF sprayed hybrid ceramic composite coating for advanced steel
    Avi GUPTA, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India
    Nanomechanical and Nanotribological Characterization of Self-Lubricating MoS2 Nanocoating for Space Applications
    Mohammad WANI, National Institute Technology, Indiato be confirmed
    Solid Lubricant Films for Spacecraft
    Shusheng XU, State Key Laboratory of Solid Lubrication, Lanzhou Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
    Integration of Biomechanics and Biotribology for Functional Prediction of Artificial Joints
    Zhongmin JIN, Southwest Jiaotong University, China
    Molecular models of the hair surface
    James EWEN, Imperial College London, United Kingdomto be confirmed
    Ultra-low friction in cornea-lens contact: analysis of dynamic free responses measured by the Dynamic Oscillating Tribometer
    Fida MAJDOUB, ECAM Lyon, France
    Relationship between friction property and hydration layer of contact lens before and after friction
    Ayaka NAKAJIMA, Graduate school of Tokyo University of Science, Japan
    Friction Testing Methods for Cold Forging
    Zhigang WANG, Gifu University, Japanto be confirmed
    Experimental simulation of the contact conditions between a tool and a sheet metal during a fine blanking operation.
    Xavier ROIZARD, FEMTO-ST INSTITUTE, France
    Effect of tool surface treatment on surface defects of aluminum alloy extrusions
    TATSUYA Funazuka, University of Toyama, Japanto be confirmed
    Near-Net Dry Shaping of Titanium by Plasma-Carburized AISI420J2 Dies
    Tatsuhiko AIZAWA, Surface Engineering Design Laboratory, SIT, Japan
    Frictional Performance of Wire-Die Interface in Wire Drawing Process
    Marie-Louise SCHLICHTING, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
    Green Tribology as an Indispensable Part of Sustainable Future and Associated Knowledge Challenges
    Mitjan KALIN, Laboratory for tribology and interface nanotechnology, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
    Soft and aqueous lubrication
    Lars PASTEWKA, University of Freiburg, Germany
    Formation of MoS2 flakes from molybdenum dithiocarbamate-based molecules in a severe lubricated contact: molecular and kinetic approaches
    Clotilde MINFRAY, Ecole Centrale de Lyon - LTDS, France
    Understanding the tribochemical mechanism between DLC and MoDTC: Combination of built-in Raman sensing layer and topographic analysis
    Nan XU, university of leeds, United Kingdom
    Friction and wear of self-lubricating composites used in transfer lubrication of ball bearing in space applications
    Guillaume COLAS, Institut FEMTO-ST, CNRS UMR 6174 - Département de Mécanique Appliquée, France
    Investigation of solid lubrication processes of DLC films with a unique 6 axes UHV tribometer
    Julien FONTAINE, LTDS - Ecole Centrale de Lyon - CNRS, Franceto be confirmed
    Grease replenishment behavior on the ball-on-ring
    Michal OKAL, Brno University of Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering Institute of Machine and Industrial Design, Czechia
    From fluid-matrix affinity in organogels to improved grease lubrication
    Frieder MUGELE, UT; TNW; Physics of Complex Fluids, Netherlands
    Numerical Analysis of Grease Film Thickness in EHL– Effects of thickener concentration and base oil viscosity –
    Minami SOMA, KYODO YUSHI CO., LTD., Japan
    Detection of Active Grease Reservoirs in Bearings by CFD
    Jun WANG, SKF Research & Technology Development, Netherlands
    Fluid flow in static contact interfaces
    Vladislav YASTREBOV, MINES ParisTech, CNRS, France
    Evolution of Inter-asperity Liquid Bridge due to Evaporation
    Chetan TEKI BHEEMA VENKATA , Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru, India
    Origin of "framing effect" of liquid coatings : a capillary approach
    Mathilde DELORY, Ecole Centrale de Lyon - LTDS, France
    Droplets impacting and migrating on structured surfaces with imposed thermal gradients
    Qingwen DAI, Nanjing University of Aeronautics & Astronautics, Chinato be confirmed
    Investigation of the Oil Transport and Distribution around Rolling Point Contacts
    Hongbai CHEN, Beijing Institute of Technology, Chinato be confirmed
    Machine learning approaches for predicting dry friction and wear behavior of aluminum alloys
    Michael NOSONOVSKY, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, United Statesto be confirmed
    Advanced Condition Monitoring of Micropitting Using Multiple Sensing
    Zaihao TIAN, University of Southampton , United Kingdom
    Blickensderfer's methodology and machine learning tools applied for the selection of wear-resistant materials for chute linings
    Jimmy PENAGOS, Instituto Tecnológico Vale - Mineração, Brazilto be confirmed
    Abrasive wear behavior of flame sprayed FeNbC coatings using ball cratering tests
    Juliana SOUZA DE OLIVEIRA, Federal University of Espírito Santo - UFES, Brazilto be confirmed
    Tribological Testing to Demonstrate Performance of SAE 0W-12 HDDEO
    Gwenaelle PHILIBERT, Shell, United States
    Abrasive wear of high-chromium white cast iron with different Cr and Mo content: experimental and artificial network prediction
    Cherlio SCANDIAN, FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF ESPIRITO SANTO, Brazil
    Surface interaction of grit particles and the influence of microstructure on the abrasion of cermets
    Naveenkumar RAJENDHRAN, Ghent University, Belgium
    Finite element analysis of the influence of the sharpness of the abrasive particle in micro-abrasive wear tests
    Roberto SOUZA, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
    Sensitivity analysis of the influence of particle interaction parameters and volume/shear work ratio on wear loss and friction force using DEM model of dry sand rubber wheel test
    Egidijus KATINAS, Czech University of Life Sciences Prague, Czechia
    EROSION OF CERMET COATINGS FOR USE IN MINING INDUSTRY
    Nathan FANTECELLE STREY, Federal University of Espírito Santo, Brazil
    Fretting-fatigue of lug-bush shrink-fitted assemblies: interference-fit and lug bore size effects
    Melody LE FALHER, Ecole Centrale de Lyon, Laboratoire de Tribologie et Dynamique des Systèmes, France
    Fretting fatigue of shrink fitted assembly under rotating bending loading: an experimental and numerical study to compare Crossland fatigue stress analysis and Ruiz contact stress approach
    Siegfried FOUVRY, Ecole Centrale Lyon, France
    Using identification method to measure coefficient of friction in dovetail contact
    Alexis HINGUE, LaMCoS - INSA Lyon, France
    Fretting Contact Analysis of Coated Materials with Vertically Aligned Cracks
    Qingbing DONG, Chongqing university, Chinato be confirmed
    Interplay of Mechanics and Chemistry on Friction and Wear of Diamond-like Carbon Coatings interacting with ZDDP-additivated lubricants.
    Valentin Rafael SALINAS RUIZ, Ecole Centrale de Lyon - LTDS, France
    Differences in ZDDP tribofilms’ properties due to variations in contact configuration with steel and DLC surfaces
    Lucija COGA, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Laboratory for Tribology and Interface Nanotechnology, Sloveniato be confirmed
    The Effect of Nitrogen Doping into Carbon Structure of DLC and Its Effect on ZnDTP-derived Tribofilm Formation
    Yoshiki YAMASHITA, Graduate School of Micro-Nano Mechanical Science and Engineering, Nagoya University, Japan
    Selective fabrication of graphene oxide by tribo-chemical reaction by using atomic force microscopy
    Kaisei SATO, Graduate School of Tokyo University of Science, Japan
    Friction Behaviors of Doped Graphene Nanocrystalline Carbon Films: Graphitization vs Tribo-oxidation
    Chen CHENG, Institute of Nanosurface Science and Engineering (INSE) , Shenzhen University, Chinato be confirmed
    Tribological performance of femtosecond laser-induced periodic surface structures on TiN and TiCN coated titanium for biomedical applications
    Alaitz ZABALA, Mondragon Unibertsitatea , Spain
    Enhancing the lubrication effect on tribological response of laser textured PH stainless steel surfaces
    Juan Manuel VAZQUEZ MARTINEZ, Universidad de Cadiz, Spainto be confirmed
    The effect of laser surface texturing on tribological properties of NiCr-Cr3C2-BaF2/CaF2 thermal spray coating
    Yang ZHANG, State Key Laboratory of Tribology, Tsinghua University, Chinato be confirmed
    Tribological Enhancement of TWAS Cylinder Bore Coatings by Mechanochemical Surface Finishing
    Boris ZHMUD, APPLIED NANO SURFACES SWEDEN AB, Sweden
    Friction Reducing Effect of Macro Textures in the Piston-Ring Cylinder-Liner Contact
    Maximilian ZIMMER, Imperial College London, United Kingdomto be confirmed
    Rethinking turbine oils – A roadmap to varnish-free lubrication systems
    Michael ADLER, AC2T reserach GmbH, Austria
    Characterizing Fuel Dilution Effects on Rheological and Tribological Behavior of Engine Lubricant
    Min YU, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
    Effects of soot and additives interactions on engine oil performance
    Ping LU, University of Southampton, United Kingdomto be confirmed
    Application of an Artificial Olfactory System for the Evaluation of Thermally Induced Lubricant Degradation
    Mara BERNABEI, University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom
    Validation of the Removal Method by Visualization of Liquid Film Behavior
    Naoki SUGIYAMA, Tokai university, Japan
    Ultrasonic measurement of oil & gas sealing interfaces
    Andrew HUNTER, Peak to Peak Measurements Solutions Ltd, United Kingdom
    Fundamental Research on Dynamic Characteristics of Sliding Mechanical Seal during Axial Vibration
    Hideyuki INOUE, Eagle Industry Co., Ltd., Japanto be confirmed
    Study of Heat Transfer by Internal Flow in Lubrication Film of Non-contact Mechanical Seals
    Masayuki OCHIAI, Tokai University, Japan
    Influence of sealing contact tribology on leak tightness of radial shaft seals subjected to highly transient shaft rotation
    Yvo STIEMCKE, Technical University Kaiserslautern, Germany
    Effect of surface topography of shafts on the leakage from radial lip seals
    Emilia KOZUCH, Loughborough University, United Kingdomto be confirmed
    Predictions of Friction and Flash Temperature in Marine Gears Based on a 3D Line Contact Mixed EHL Model
    Wen SUN, College of Power and Energy Engineering, Harbin Engineering University, Chinato be confirmed
    Influence of oil level on gearbox thermal behavior: application to a helicopter tail gearbox
    Fabrice VILLE, LaMCoS - INSA Lyon, France
    Experimental Investigation on the Transmission Efficiency and Surface Wear of Plastic Parallel Line Gear Pair
    Yifan LIN, Hanshan Normal University, Chinato be confirmed
    Improvement of Gear Unit Load and Noise Reduction by Optimal Design of Tooth Surface Using Principal Component Analysis
    Kensuke NISHIURA, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., Japan
    Prediction of power loss due to tooth friction in cylindrical gears: from instantaneous to mean friction coefficient
    Fabrice VILLE, LaMCoS - INSA Lyon, France
    Lubricant film thickness in EHL contact with oil-impregnated sintered steel
    Milan OMASTA, Brno University of Technology, Czechia
    Starvation consequences on EHD spinning contacts: Experimental evaluation
    David PHILIPPON, LaMCoS - INSA Lyon, France
    Identifying/Determining the scales of multi-scale wavy surfaces that are most important for solving the EHL problem
    Yuechang WANG, Institute of Functional Surfaces, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
    Elastohydrodynamic Lubrication with mixtures of oils and operating fluids
    Fan ZHANG, LaMCoS - INSA Lyon, France
    Truncated lubrication of an EHD spinning contacts
    Tristan PATRIGEON, LAMCOS, France
    ON PUMP ANNULAR SEALS OPERATING WITH MULTIPLE-PHASE CONDITIONS: MEASUREMENTS AND GAS INJECTION TO INCREASE SEAL CENTERING STIFFNESS
    Luis SAN ANDRES, Texas A&M University, United States
    Measuring Oil Films in Dynamically Loaded Journal Bearings
    Scott BEAMISH, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
    Lubrication Characteristics of PTFE Film Coated Surfaces in Hydrodynamic Lubrication
    Kazuyuki YAGI, Kyushu University, Japan
    Numerical analysis for oil distribution in grooved parallel plates with inlet tube
    Shanshan WEI, Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Israelto be confirmed
    Magnetic fluids in full film lubrication
    Ron VAN OSTAYEN, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
    Biomimetic Water Based Lubricant Development: Nanoencapsulation with Micelles and Liposomes
    Manoj MURALI, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
    Film Forming Properties of Polyalkylene Glycol Aqueous Solutions and its Sol-Gel Transition in Elastohydrodynamic Lubrication Regime
    Keiji ASADA, Idemitsu Kosan Co.,Ltd. Lubricants Research Laboratory, Japan
    HYDRATION LUBRICATION BY MULTIVALENT ELECTROLYTE SOLUTIONS
    Xavier BANQUY, Universite de Montreal, Canada
    Wetting and Lubricating Effects of AOT Aqueous Solution on Different Solid Surfaces
    Jingbo FANG, Tsinghua University, Chinato be confirmed
    Thermal Damage in EHL Rolling/Sliding Contacts with Micro-Geometry
    Guillermo E. MORALES-ESPEJEL, SKF Research and Technology Development, Netherlands
    Oscillating Ball Bearings – Operating Conditions, Possible Damages, Lubrication and Design
    Fabian SCHWACK, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Department of Machine Design, Swedento be confirmed
    Investigations on the residual stress state of stainless steel angular contact ball bearings pre conditioned by cold forming
    Alexander BODEWIG, Leibniz University Hannover, Institute of Machine Design and Tribology , Germany
    A Study for Reducing Cage Wear of Cylindrical Roller Bearings
    Daisuke SUZUKI, Railway Technical Research Institute, Japan
    IMPROVING TRIBOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF STEEL THROUGH NANO-PARTICLES ALLOYING
    Bojan PODGORNIK, Institute of Metals and Technology, Slovenia
    Effect of martensite volume fraction on tribological behavior of dual-phase steel at microscopic scale
    Corentin PENFORNIS, Université Technologique de Compiègne, France
    Tribological performance of fs-laser-induced periodic surface structures on titanium alloy against different counterbody materials using a ZDDP lubricant additive
    Dirk SPALTMANN, Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung, Germany
    Sliding wear behavior of non-ferrous metals against chromium alloy steel under dry and lubricated conditions
    Manuel VITE, Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Mexico
    Effect of pre-stretch on the scratch resistance of isotactic polypropylene
    Julie PEPIN, Laboratoire de mécanique Gabriel Lamé, France
    Using Bouc-Wen model to capture asperity level friction within a meso-scale FEM contact model
    Iyabo LAWAL, University of Texas at Austin, United States
    Numerical investigations of the scratch behavior on a pre-oriented polycarbonate surface
    Mathieu SOLAR, Institut Charles Sadron - UPR22, France
    Effect of crystal anisotropy on the deformation behavior of copper under scratching process
    Larissa PINHEIRO DE BRITO, CEMEF MINES PARIS-TECH, France
    Experimental Study on Thermal and Frictional Properties of a High-Speed Roller Bearing
    Azzedine DADOUCHE, National Research Council Canada, Canadato be confirmed
    Correlation between frictional contact localization and squeal frequencies
    Van Vuong LAI, University of Lille, Franceto be confirmed
    Carbon Yarns Friction and Cohesion
    Michel TOURLONIAS, LPMT - University of Mulhouse - ENSISA, France
    The effect of Friction on Micropitting
    Mao UEDA, Imperial College London, United Kingdomto be confirmed
    MODTC TRIBOFILM GROWTH FROM LOW VISCOSITY FULLY FORMULATED ENGINE OILS
    Gerda VAITKUNAITE, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
    Antioxidant and Tribological Performance of CuDTP for Hydraulic Fluids
    Tadashi OSHIO, Eneos Corporation, Japan
    Effect of different additives in metal working fluids for tribological performance of stamping
    Marko POLAJNAR, Universtiy of Ljubljana, Slovenia
    Effect of surface texturing on PI washers under different lubrication regimes
    Ruth JACKOWIAK, DuPont, Switzerland
    Surface Texture for Super Low Friction for Friction System using Double Network Gel in Water
    Koki KANDA, Tohoku University, Japanto be confirmed
    Anisotropic wetting behavior on polymeric textured surfaces
    Quentin LEGRAND, Ecole Centrale de Lyon - LTDS, France
    Nanoscale Polymer Patterns for Tribology
    Eui-Sung YOON, Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Korea (Republic of)to be confirmed
    Friction and Wear of Nitrogen Supersaturated Tool Steels
    Hiroshi MORITA, NANOFILM and COAT LABORATORY LLC, Japan
    Effects of carbonitriding on microstructure and friction properties of high purity bearing steel
    Guo HAO, Luoyang Bearing Research Institute Co., Lt, Chinato be confirmed
    Low Friction System with Laser-Irradiated Aluminum Alloy in Engine Oil
    Kento IHARA, Tohoku university, Japanto be confirmed
    Wear Characteristics of Porous Alumina Based Nanocomposite Coating on 6061 Aluminium Alloy
    Gautam REVANKAR ASHOK, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India
    On the Behavior of Slits in Hydrodynamic Thrust Bearings
    Achill HOLZER, Institute for Fluid Power Drives and Systems, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
    Performance Evaluation of a Structurally Elastic Hydrostatic Thrust Bearing in Isothermal Conditions
    Alice MARINESCU, University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest, Romania
    Numerical Investigation of Dynamic Characteristics of a Downsized Aerostatic Circular Thrust Bearing with a Single Feed Hole
    Masaaki MIYATAKE, Tokyo University of Science, Japan
    Nonlinear excitation modeling of the multi-leaf gas foil bearing base on contact mechanics and its dynamic characteristics study
    Changlin LI, Harbin Institute of Technology, Shenzhen, Chinato be confirmed
    Improving Biomass Comminution Performance by Optimizing Tool Design and Using Advanced Tool Materials
    Jun QU, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, United Statesto be confirmed
    Investigation of the simultaneous Grinding-Ball burnishing process
    Yasmine CHARFEDDINE, Ecole Nationale d'ingénieurs de Saint-Etienne, France
    Experimental Validation of a Finite Element Model of Ball Burnishing on Ball-End Milled Surfaces Considering Their Original Topography
    Alejandra TORRES, Eurecat, Spain
    Laser ablated magnetic nanoparticles as lubricating additive for anti-wear purposes
    Valentina ZIN, National Research Council of Italy, Italy
    Oleic acid/[EMIM] oleate as additives to [EMIM] EtSO4 for the lubrication of a Si3N4 tribopair
    Deborah BIGGIO, Università degli Studi di Cagliari, Italy
    Enhancement of Superlubricity Performance between Graphite and Self-assembled Monolayer in Water by Fluorination
    Jianfeng LI, The State Key Laboratory of Tribology, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Tsinghua University, Chinato be confirmed
    Tribological behavior of ZnO@GO nanoparticles as water-based lubricants additives
    Cherlio SCANDIAN, FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF ESPIRITO SANTO, Brazil
    Formation of a conductive tribopolymerized third body in a silicone-lubricated polymer-metal electrical contact: mechanisms and consequences
    Imène LAHOUIJ, MINES ParisTech, PSL Research University – CEMEF, Centre de Mise en Forme des Matériaux, CNRS UMR7635, France
    Polytetrafluoroethylene lubrication in highly loaded rolling contacts
    Stephan VON GOELDEL, RWTH Aachen Univerisity, Institute for Maschine Elements and Systems Engineering (MSE), Germany
    Development of Non-Contact Floating Mechanism Utilizing Squeeze Film Levitation under Vacuum Environment
    Masaaki MIYATAKE, Tokyo University of Science, Japan
    Lubrication between viscoelastic bodies: theory & experiments
    Carmine PUTIGNANO, Polytechnic UNiversity of Bari, Italy
    A Simple Method for Estimating Shearing Force of a Single Drop
    Taura HIROO, Nagaoka University of Technology, Japanto be confirmed
    Modeling contact oxygenation and adhesive wear extension in linear flat fretting interfaces
    Soha BAYDOUN, Ecole Centrale de Lyon - LTDS, France
    Contact and fretting wear properties of superalloy Rene® 77
    Mario LAVELLA, Università degli Studi di Bergamo, Dipartimento di Ingegneria Gestionale, dell'Informazione e della Produzione (DIGIP), Italy
    Prediction of Fretting Wear with Numerical Models
    Daniele BOTTO, Politecnico di Torino, Italyto be confirmed
    Transmission Bearing Failure Analysis in High-Performance Applications Through a Multi-Body Tribodynamics Approach
    Brett FRISKNEY, Loughborough University, United Kingdomto be confirmed
    Study of White Etching Crack (WEC) and Subsurface Early Crack Propagation on Hydrogen Charged Discs
    Fernando LOPEZ_URUÑUELA, Tekniker, Spain
    Rolling Contact Fatigue Induced Transformations of Dark Etching Region and White Etching Bands in Bearing Steels
    Mostafa EL LAITHY, University of Southampton, United Kingdom
    Investigation into the Influence of Transverse Oscillations on the Performance of Rolling-Sliding Contacts
    David URIBE SAENZ DE CAMARA, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
    Experimental and numerical analysis of polymeric surface damages during scratching process
    Christian GAUTHIER, Université de Strasbourg, CNRS, INSA de Strasbourg, Institut Charles Sadron, France
    Mathematical Model of Relative Tangential Motion in a Soft-Rigid Interface
    Jordan BOUAZIZ, Technion, Israel
    Recovery of the residual groove left after scratching: new experimental results and ingredients for a numerical analysis
    Hervé PELLETIER, Institut Charles Sadron UPR 22 CNRS , Franceto be confirmed
    Modeling of fatigue wear of coatings from viscoelastic materials
    Elena TORSKAYA, Ishlinsky Institute for Problems in Mechanics RAS, Russian Federationto be confirmed
    Application of Hertzian Theory to Torus on Plane Contacts
    Josephine KELLEY, Leibniz University Hannover, Germany
    Interparticle forces control of magnetic powders and its application in a novel sealing method
    Decai LI, State Key Laboratory of Tribology, Tsinghua University, Chinato be confirmed
    Research on Static Characteristics of Double-Bump Gas Foil Bearing based on Contact Mechanics
    Zhenni XU, Harbin Institute of Technology, Shenzhen, Chinato be confirmed
    Effect of Contacting Bodies Mechanical Properties and Interface Conditions on Dynamics of the Cylinder on the Plane
    Irina GORYACHEVA, Ishlinsky Institute for Problems in Mechanics of RAS, Russian Federationto be confirmed
    Bridging the gap between nanoscale lubricant chemistry and its macroscale performance demonstrated by engine oils
    Nicole DÖRR, AC2T research GmbH, Austriato be confirmed
    Impact of dispersant choice on antiwear film formation in engine oils
    Farrukh QURESHI, The Lubrizol Corporation, United Statesto be confirmed
    Thermal Friction Characteristics of Engine Lubricating Oils : Boundary Lubrication of Cams and Tappets
    Ian SHERRINGTON, Jost Institute for Tribotechnology, School of Engineering, United Kingdom
    Influence of Base oil Polarity on the Tribological Performance of Surface Active Engine oil Additives
    Febin CYRIAC, A*STAR, Singapore
    A design of earthworm-glands-like biomimetic surface texturing for tribological enhancement
    Liu YANG, Xi'an Jiaotong University, Chinato be confirmed
    Development of frost prevention surface by creating high thermal conductivity microplastic texture
    Liying ZHANG, Nagoya University, Japan
    A New Surface of Three Dimensional Comb-tooth-shaped Texture to Enhance Oil Replenishment
    Patrick WONG, City University of Hong Kong, Chinato be confirmed
    A bioinspired 3D scaly surface texturing for tribological improvement under starved lubrication
    Hui ZHANG, Xi'an Jiaotong University, Chinato be confirmed
    Designing biomimetic superhydrophobic surfaces by femtosecond laser pulses and the effect of laser fluence
    Salomé BASSET, EDF R&D - LTDS - Ecole Centrale Lyon, France
    Influence of Humidity and Substrate Roughness on Graphite Lubrication
    Carina MORSTEIN, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology KIT, MicroTribology Centrum µTC, Germany
    The Effect of Nano- Sepiolite and Attapulgite on the Tribological Properties of Drilling Fluids
    Jamil ABDO, Frostburg State University, United States
    Effect of Relative Humidity on Lubricating Performances of Halogen-Free Ionic Liquids
    Shouhei KAWADA, Kansai University, Japan
    Role of Tribofilm Formation derived from Automobile Transmission Fluids in Improving Gear Fatigue Life
    Keiichi NARITA, Idemtsu Kosan Co.,Ltd., Japan
    Tribological Behaviour of Electrically Conductive Lubricants and Adapted Nanocomposites in Sliding Bearings using Ionic Liquids and Graphene
    Susanne BEYER-FAISS, Dr. Tillwich GmbH Werner Stehr, Germany
    Molecular Dynamics investigation of lubrication properties of the ionic liquids
    Miljan DASIC, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czechiato be confirmed
    Semiconductor Wafer Floating System for High Vacuum Chamber Using an Ionic Liquid
    Takao OKABE, Tokyo University of Science, Japan
    Evaluation and Consideration of Fatigue Life in Mixture of Refrigeration Oil and Refrigerant
    So NAKAJIMA, Idemitsu Kosan Co.,Ltd., Japanto be confirmed
    Evaluation of adsorbed film formation of additives in lubricant oil with verticaltype-objective ellipsometric microscope
    Yuxi SONG, Nagoya University, Japan
    Effect of Surface and Shear on Nano-Confined Smectic-A Liquid Crystal Studied by X-Ray Diffraction
    Masashi MIZUKAMI, New Industry Creation Hatchery Center, Tohoku University, Japan
    Gap Dependence Measurement of Shear Viscoelasticity of Nanometer-thick Hydrated MPC Polymer Brush film
    Fengchang LIN, graduate school of engineering, Nagoya University, Japan
    In-Situ Lubricant Film Thickness Measurements of ICE Big-End and Main Bearings
    Andrew HUNTER, Peak to Peak Measurements Solutions Ltd, United Kingdom
    Multiphysics modelling of fretting wear phenomena
    Siegfried FOUVRY, Ecole Centrale Lyon, France
    Investigation of the influence of load parameters on the wear of solid-lubricated rolling bearings in a high vacuum at 300°C
    Michel WERNER, Lehrstuhl für Maschinenelemente und Getriebetechnik, Technische Universität Kaiserslautern, Germany
    Crack initiation from surface dents in bearing steel under lubricated rolling contact conditions
    Rose YAN, SKF BV, Netherlands
    Multimodal characterization of surface cracks propagation in pearlitic rail steel under rolling contact fatigue conditions
    Juan Ignacio PEREIRA, University of São Paulo, Brazilto be confirmed
    How roughness parameters evolution can be helpful in wear control of tram’s wheel-rail contact
    Lukasz WOJCIECHOWSKI, Poznan University of Technology, Institute of Machines and Motor Vehicles, Poland
    Effect of Indentations Superimposition on Ceramics
    Paulo Victor VIEIRA PINTO, UFES, Brazil
    Wear Resistance of Palm Mid-olein in Medium Temperature
    Samion SYAHRULLAIL, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia
    Factors affecting the wear performance of hardmetal studs used in high pressure grinding rolls
    Jimmy PENAGOS, Instituto Tecnológico Vale - Mineração, Brazilto be confirmed
    Tribologically induced surface restoration for high temperature tribology
    Shanhong WAN, State Key Laboratory of Solid Lubrication, Lanzhou Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences , Chinato be confirmed
    The Effect of Lubricant Choice on Valvetrain Tappet Performance
    Rai NOTAY, Lubrizol, United Kingdomto be confirmed
    The wear behavior of different metallic bond alloys tested in a modified B611-13 test in an acidic, neutral and alkaline media
    Stefan FABBRO, ETH Zürich, Switzerland
    Improving Repeatability of Friction and Wear Testing Results
    Howard BENADE, Lucas Lee and Associates, South Africato be confirmed
    Ball-on-flat linear reciprocating tests: Critical assessment of wear volume determination methods
    Alaitz ZABALA, Mondragon Unibertsitatea , Spain
    From insect adhesion to snake slithering: tribology and contact mechanics aspects of biological surfaces
    Stanislav GORB, Kiel University, Germany
    Viscoelastic Contact and Visco-Elastohydrodynamic Lubrication of Imperfectly Bonded Coating-Substrate Materials Considering Heat Transfer
    Q. Jane WANG, Northwestern University, United Statesto be confirmed
    A New Numerical Model for Investigating the Effect of Surface Roughness and Viscoelasticity on the Stick and Slip of Contacting Surfaces with Identical Materials
    Dongze WANG, School of Mechanical Engineering, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
    Advances of Superlubricitive Engineering
    Jianbin LUO, Tsinghua University, China
    Tribological Properties of Nanodiamond-Dispersed Lubricants
    Akira TADA, Lubricants R&D Dept., Lubricants Company, ENEOS Corporation, Japan
    Tribological and Anti-Corrosion Properties of Mussel-Inspired Polydopamine Nanoparticles as Aqueous Lubricant Additives
    Guangyan CHEN, State Key Laboratory of Tribology, Tsinghua University, Chinato be confirmed
    The relationship between the hardness, composition and distribution of tribofilm formed by additives and improvement of anti-wear
    Yusuke TERAI, Nagoya university, Japan
    Nanofriction and shear behavior of degraded black phosphorus nanosheets
    Shuai WU, School of Mechanical Engineering, Hebei University of Technology, Chinato be confirmed
    Performance and behavior of new efficient and environmentally friendly nanolubricants
    Marina BENMANSOUR, Ecole Centrale Lyon, France
    Multi-scale description of a scenario of progressive shear-induced white etching layer (WEL) formation in the wheel-rail contact
    Léo THIERCELIN, LMA (Aix-Marseille Université) / LaMCoS (INSA Lyon) / LEM3 (Metz) , France
    Top-of-Rail Conditioners: Understanding the Relation Between Lab and Field Performance
    Andrea ARCIFA, Empa, Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology, Switzerland
    Conductive lubricants to prevent hydrogen assisted rolling contact fatigue
    Dominik KÜRTEN, Fraunhofer Institute for Mechanics of Materials IWM, Germany
    Relationship between shear band and white etching area in rolling contact
    Shuxin LI, Ningbo University, Chinato be confirmed
    Advanced tribological coating solutions for next generation mechanical systems in extreme environments
    Pantcho STOYANOV, Concordia University, Canadato be confirmed
    Low-cycle micro-impact tests of multilayer composite coatings
    Jolanta KRUPA, AGH UST, Poland
    Comparative Study of the Reynolds Equation Solution for Journal Bearings with Stochastic Roughness on the Stator and the Rotor
    Dimitrios SKALTSAS, National Technical University of Athens, Greece
    Simulation of Rubber Friction: Influence of Surface Texture
    Fabian KAISER, Freudenberg Technology Innovation SE & Co. KG, Germany
    Correlation of torque fluctuation and seizure between journal and plane bearing
    Takumi IWATA, Tokyo City University, Japan
    Effect of SiO2 Particles on Thermo-Chemical/Mechanical Contact Behavior of PFPE Lubricants on DLC
    Chang-Dong YEO, Texas Tech University, United Statesto be confirmed
    Synthetic test-beds for assessing human-object tribological interactions
    Matt CARRÉ,  The University of Sheffield, United Kingdomto be confirmed
    Comparison of contact stiffness values obtained from in-situ experimental measurements and boundary element simulations
    Alfredo FANTETTI, Imperial College London, United Kingdomto be confirmed
    Investigation of Environmentally Acceptable Lubricants for a Hydrodynamic Stern Tube Bearing Using Various Testing and Modelling Methods
    Henry BRUNSKILL, Peak to Peak Measurement Solutions/The University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
    Friction of carbon fibre tow: contact geometry and boundary condition effects
    Olga SMERDOVA, Institut Pprime, ISAE-ENSMA, CNRS, France
    The importance of tribology in climate discussions and for sustainability goals
    Mathias WOYDT, MATRILUB, Germany
    Next generation Group V base oils for electric vehicle fluids
    David GILLESPIE, Croda Europe Ltd., United Kingdom
    Micro-pitting performance of a water-based lubricant
    Juan Guillermo ZAPATA TAMAYO, Royal Institute of Technology - KTH, Sweden
    Issues and developments for introducing hydrogen energy systems
    Joichi SUGIMURA, Kyushu University, Japan
    Future Transport Priorities for Engineering Tribology
    Martin PRIEST, University of Bradford, United Kingdomto be confirmed
    Investigation on grease contribution to ball bearing torque by tribological and rheological tests and prediction of low torque performance
    Christelle VACHER, NTN-SNR Roulements, France
    On the impact of micropitting on the friction coefficient of a lubricated contact: experimental investigations at different scales
    Thomas TOURET, ECAM Lyon, France
    Friction Torque and wear of ball bearings oscillation with different greases
    Muyuan LIU, Leibniz Universität Hannover Institut für Maschinenkonstruktion und Tribologie (IMKT), Germany
    Computational Tribology of Conformal Bearing Systems
    Francisco J. PROFITO, Polytechnic School - University of São Paulo, Brazilto be confirmed
    Effect of face texturing on mechanical seals
    Lassad AMAMI, Cetim, France
    Influence of surface flatness on lifting parameters of squeeze film acoustic levitation setup
    Bartosz BASTIAN, Technical University of Gdansk, Polandto be confirmed
    A Novel Approach for the Implementation of Non-Newtonian Fluids in EHL-Simulations – Derivation and Benchmarks
    Niklas BAUER, Institute for Fluid Power Drives and Systems (ifas), RWTH Aachen University, Germany
    The adaptive control of water-based superlubricity
    Zhang CAIXIA, Beijing University of Technology, Chinato be confirmed
    Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Lubricant Flow in Porous Polyimide Retainers of Bearing
    Wenbin CHEN, Beijing Institute of Technology, Chinato be confirmed
    Numerical study of the validity of the Reynolds equation in the nanoscale
    Andrea CODRIGNANI, Freiburg University, IMTEK, Simulation, Germanyto be confirmed
    The Response of Phosphonium Ionic Liquids in Lubricating Greases with Respect to various Tribological contacts
    Eamonn CONRAD, Solvay, Canadato be confirmed
    Effect of Polymer Structure on Viscosity Modifier Performance
    Febin CYRIAC, A*STAR, Singapore
    Consequences of a defect of lubricant supply on the EHL contact
    Maxence DECOTE, INSA Lyon, France
    Insights into the nanocellulose-based ecolubricant for electro-tribological applications
    Miguel Angel DELGADO CANTO, University of Huelva, Spain
    Development and testing of novel lateral force-controlled tribometer to evaluate the Stribeck curve
    Adarsh DIVAKARAN, IISc Bangalore, India
    Transient non-Newtonian Thermoelastohydrodyamics of meshing spur gears
    Nader DOLATABADI, Loughborough University, United Kingdomto be confirmed
    A Study of the Behavior of a Wave Journal Bearing in Start and Stop Conditions
    Nicoleta ENE, The University of Toledo, United Statesto be confirmed
    Lubrication regimes during superlubricity of water-lubricated ceramics
    Nathan FANTECELLE STREY, Federal University of Espírito Santo, Brazil
    Formation and cleaning mechanism of micro-nano bubbles in water
    Zujie GAO, Tsinghua University, Chinato be confirmed
    Enabling the active control of friction through layered silicate electro-responsive nanoparticles dispersions in castor oil
    Moisés GARCIA-MORALES, Universidad de Huelva, Spain
    Lubrication control with electric potentials using ionic liquid mixtures
    Felix GATTI, Fraunhofer Institute for Mechanics of Materials IWM, Germany
    In-Situ Lubricant Film Thickness Measurements of ICE Big-End and Main Bearings
    Andrew HUNTER, Peak to Peak Measurements Solutions Ltd, United Kingdom
    Understanding of coupling effect of boundary tribofilm and hydrodynamic film regulated by 2D material family
    Baum KING, Department of Mechanical Engineering Tsinghua University, Chinato be confirmed
    Examination of Ionic Liquids Exposed to Voltage
    Yasmin KORTH, Dr. Tillwich GmbH Werner Stehr, Germany
    THE STRIBECK CURVES IN VARIOUS CONDITIONS OF TEMPERATURE AND LOAD OF TRIBOSYSTEM FOR DIFFERENT LUBRICATING GREASES
    Rafal KOZDRACH, Research Network Lukasiewicz - Institute for Sustainable technologies, Polandto be confirmed
    Temperature effect on the lubricity of ionic liquids
    Raimondas KREIVAITIS, Vytautas Magnus University Agricultural Academy, Lithuania
    Viscosity calculation using molecular dynamics simulations
    Lars KRUSE, Fraunhofer IWM, Germany
    Lubrication Research of Roller Tilt and Skew of Roller Bearing Based on Full-System Approach
    Zhen LI, Harbin Institute of Technology, Chinato be confirmed
    Study of lubricant effectiveness in the boundary lubrication regime using high stiffness reciprocating tribometer
    Pranay LIKHAR, Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, India, Indiato be confirmed
    Tribology and chemistry of degraded jet engine lubricants
    Akshay LOYAL, Safran Aircraft Engines, France
    High pressure viscometry - A new approach for lubricant characterization under high pressure and high shear
    Stephan VON GOELDEL, RWTH Aachen Univerisity, Institute for Maschine Elements and Systems Engineering (MSE), Germany
    Tribological performance of nanolubricant based to vegetable oil produced by ablation laser thecnique
    Valdicleide MELLO, Federal University of Espírito Santo, Brazilto be confirmed
    Pressure evaluation in a porous medium hydrodynamic bearing
    Duc Hieu NGUYEN, University of Sussex, United Kingdom
    Rheological properties of the boundary layer in lubricating greases
    Maciej PASZKOWSKI, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland
    Journal bearing performances with novel bionic surface topographies over the bore under mixed lubrication regime with cavitation and thermal effects
    Manas Ranjan PATTNAYAK, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India
    The Chemical Structure of Base Oils
    Debashis PUHAN, University of Cambridge, United Kingdomto be confirmed
    Tribological behavior of ZnO@GO nanoparticles as water-based lubricants additives
    Cherlio SCANDIAN, FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF ESPIRITO SANTO, Brazil
    Ball Bearing Lubrication Regime Transitions in Vacuum – Bridging Test Rig Monitoring and Bearing Modelling
    Achilleas VORTSELAS, European Space Tribology Laboratory (ESTL) / ESR Technology, United Kingdom
    Study on the performance of Viscosity-Index Improver in Oil Using Coupled Lattice Boltzmann Method and Brownian Dynamics Simulation
    Hitoshi WASHIZU, University of Hyogo, Japan
    Molecular Dynamics Simulation for Analysis of the Behavior of Organophosphate Aggregates in Oil
    Hitoshi WASHIZU, University of Hyogo, Japan
    The influence of working parameters on the pneumatic hammer stability
    Yukun WU, School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering and Automation, Harbin Institute of Technology ,Shenzhen, Chinato be confirmed
    Construction of Solid-liquid Coupling Interfaces for Ultralow friction and Stable Drag Reduction
    Yang WUFANG, Lanzhou Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
    Dynamics on Cryogenic Hydrodynamic Mechanical Seal-Rotor System of High-Speed Turbopump
    Guoyuan ZHANG, Xidian University, Chinato be confirmed
    The Structural Design and Tribological Performances of h-BN Based Ultrasound-Responsive Gelator
    Ruochong ZHANG, Zhejiang University of Technology, Chinato be confirmed
    A Model of Oil Volume Fraction with Oil-in-Water Emulsions
    Changjiang ZHOU, Hunan university, Chinato be confirmed
    White light interferometry characterization of worn aluminium-clay composites
    Ademola AGBELEYE, University of Lagos, Nigeria
    Repeatability of friction and wear of different material pairs at 1000 °C under unidirectional sliding motion
    Fabio ALEMANNO, Ducom Instruments Europe B.V., Netherlands
    Influence of Substrate and Film Thickness on the Oxidation of MoS2 on Au(111)
    James BATTEAS, Texas A&M University, United Statesto be confirmed
    Surface temperatures during sliding wear of polypropylene against polyurethane in dry and aqueous environment
    Rubson CAMPOREZ, Federal University of Espírito Santo, Brazilto be confirmed
    Tribological behaviour of Carbon Materials in a phenolic resin for brake pads
    Enrico CASAMASSA, National Research Council - ICMATE Genova, Italyto be confirmed
    Effect of Fillers on Tribological Properties of EPDM with Hydrogen Exposure
    Byeonglyul CHOI, Korea university, Korea (Republic of)to be confirmed
    Developing an innovative next generation anti-wear
    Christelle CHRETIEN, SOLVAY, United States
    Effects of marine environment on wear mechanisms of polymeric ropes
    Henara COSTA, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande, Brazil
    Effect of strain hardening on the stainless steel abrasive wear resistance
    Jose Daniel DE MELLO, Universidade Federal de Uberlandia, Brazil
    The Fe-C-Cr alloys used for production of working elements of impact crushers
    Mateusz DZIUBEK, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology ­, Poland
    Sustainable tribological composites through Circular Economy: using recycled carbon fibers as an alternative reinforcement in UHMWPE-based composites
    Nazanin EMAMI, Lulea University of Technology , Sweden
    Laser Impact on Contact Responses of Coated Cemented Carbides
    Shiqi FANG, Saarland University, Germany
    Using Digital Tribology to Evaluate Microstructure Influence on Thermal Fatigue Cracks and Abrasion Wear of a Tool Steel
    Newton K FUKUMASU, University of Sao Paulo, Brazilto be confirmed
    Erosion Resistance of Heat Treated 27Cr Based Multi-component White Cast Iron at 1073 K
    Yila GAQI, Muroran Institute of Technology, Japanto be confirmed
    Tribological study of Ni-Cr-5Al2O3 thermal spray coating: A comparison of different post processing techniques
    Mayank GARG, Shiv Nadar University, India
    A Study on the Relationship of the Wear Preventive Characteristics of Lubricating Greases Determined in the 4Ball and HFRR Testers
    Dodos GEORGE S., ELDON'S S.A., Greeceto be confirmed
    A new tribological method to evaluate hard Cr replacements for shock absorbers
    Emmanuel GEORGIOU, Falex Tribology, Belgiumto be confirmed
    Effect of distance between grooves on the wear of structured grinding wheels
    José GOMES, University of Minho, Portugal
    Influence of directionality of unidirectional grinding marks on wear of High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) on steel under dry and lubricated conditions
    Rajeev GUPTA, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, Indiato be confirmed
    Development of a wear resistant material by PDC composites using FSP
    Bindu GUTTA, IISc, Indiato be confirmed
    A system engineering approach to reduce soot wear
    Deepak HALENAHALLY VEEREGOWDA, Ducom Instruments Europe B.V., Netherlands
    Development of a Tribological Test Routine for TPUs under Water Lubrication
    Andreas HAUSBERGER, Polymer Competence Center Leoben GmbH, Austria
    Assessment of Friction and Wear Properties of Porous Polyimide Film
    Seongsik JEONG, Gyeongsang national university, Korea (Republic of)
    Instance Segmentation and Identification of Multi-type Wear Particles for Direct Wear Detection
    Wang JINGQIU, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Chinato be confirmed
    Synchronous acoustic emission, friction measurement and real time interface observation of a semi-transparent steel/glass sliding contact
    Khouloud JLAIEL, Laboratoire Génie de Production LGP, Université de Toulouse, INP-ENIT, Franceto be confirmed
    The effect of contaminants in used mining gear oils on the wear of machine elements with thin antiwear coatings
    Marek KALBARCZYK, Lukasiewicz Research Network - Institute for Sustainable Technologies, Poland, Polandto be confirmed
    Image processing by morphological covariance applied to the identification of wear damage in UHMWPE
    Vanessa KAPPS, National Institute of Metrology, Quality and Technology, Brazil
    Effect of local remelting and recycled reinforcement size on abrasive wear of manual arc welded hard-facings
    Egidijus KATINAS, Czech University of Life Sciences Prague, Czechia
    Effect of Addition of Filler on the Tribological Properties of CF/PEEK Composites
    Ramyasree KANCHERLA, EBARA CORPORATION,
    Consideration Factors in Analysis of Wear by FEM
    Tae-Hyeong KIM, Yonsei University, Korea (Republic of)
    Tribological Properties of TiN Coating Lubricated by Polyalphaolefin 8 without and with Carbon Nanotubes
    Joanna KOWALCZYK, Kielce University of Technology, Poland
    The effect of thermal shock on wear resistance of floor composite made of epoxy resin with fine aggregate and concrete substrate
    Kamil KRZYWINSKI, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland
    High-temperature tribological behavior of sintered B-containing 316L steel
    Francisco LANFERDINI SERAFINI, Universidade de Caxias do Sul, Brazil
    Effect of multiple abrasives during nanoscratching on AlN substrate
    Baozhen LI, School of Mechanical, Electronic and Control Engineering, Beijing Jiaotong University, Chinato be confirmed
    Preparation and tribological properties of solid-liquid synergetic self-lubricating PTFE/SiO2/PAO6 composites
    Xiaolei LI, Tianjin Research Institute for Advanced Equipment, Tsinghua University, Chinato be confirmed
    Abradable Capped Metallic Foams for Aero-Engine Sealing Clearance Control
    Allan LIU, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
    Tribology of ta-C, MoS2, Steel and Soft Metals in Vacuum and Ambient Air Conditions
    Lars LORENZ, Institute of Manufacturing Science and Engineering, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany
    Water droplet erosion on the leading-edge of aeroengine fan blades
    Ping LU, University of Southampton, United Kingdomto be confirmed
    Tribological Considerations when Modelling Tool Wear in Turning with Multilayer Coated Tools
    Gregory METHON, Seco Tools , Franceto be confirmed
    Effect of Si doping on Wear of DLC Films in high temperature and pressurized water
    Junya MIMATA, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Nagoya University, Japan
    Friction temperature sensitivity of solid lubricants for brake friction materials
    Francisco LANFERDINI SERAFINI, Universidade de Caxias do Sul, Brazil
    Tribological properties of a biolubricant enriched with Al2O3 nanoparticles
    Marisa MORENO-RIOS, TecNM/Instituto Tecnológico de Pachuca, Mexicoto be confirmed
    Tribological behaviour of UHMWPE reinforced by metal sulphides under dry sliding conditions
    Maksim NIKONOVICH, LTU, Sweden
    The Effect of Lubricant Choice on Valvetrain Tappet Performance
    Rai NOTAY, Lubrizol, United Kingdomto be confirmed
    The wear coefficient in scratch tests for a heterogeneous microstructure
    Arnaldo Oliveira LIMA, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil
    Abrasive wear of Fe-Cr-C PTA overlays for tillage tools
    Giuseppe PINTAUDE, UTFPR, Brazil
    Multiscale and multi-physics characterization of the tribological behavior of a pad-on-rotating disc tribological system considering emergency landing conditions
    Serge PENAHERRERA, ONERA, France
    Effect of tempering temperature on three-body abrasive wear characteristics of high chromium based multi-component white cast irons
    Riki Hendra PURBA, Muroran Institute of Technology, Japanto be confirmed
    Comparison of the properties of Al2O3 and TiO2 coatings using the Atomic Layer Deposition method
    Krystyna RADON-KOBUS, Kielce University of Technology, Polandto be confirmed
    Toughening and Lubrication of cemented carbides by in-situ Transformed Carbon Fiber
    Xiaoyong REN, China University of Mining & Technology (Beijing), Chinato be confirmed
    Using tribological principles for a more sustainable grinding process
    Javier RODRIGUEZ , University of Birmingham, United Kingdom
    Friction properties of hard anodizing and micro-arc oxidation coatings obtained on an aluminum alloy 5086
    Louis RODRIGUEZ, Laboratoire Génie de Production, France
    DESIGN AND DEVELOP OF A TRAINING DATABASE AND A DEEP LEARNING ALGORITHM TO IDENTIFY AND CLASSIFY WEAR SCARS IN DIFFERENT MATERIALS
    Gerardo RODRÍGUEZ-BRAVO, Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Mexicoto be confirmed
    Titanium-based PVD Coatings for Improved Electrochemical and Tribomechanical Durability in Demanding Environments
    Celia ROJO, The University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
    Influence of microstructure and crystallographic texture on the micro-abrasion resistance of thermomechanical treated duplex stainless steels.
    Carlos Alberto ROSA NETO, FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF ESPIRITO SANTO, Brazil
    Study of Running-In Wear in Rolling-Sliding Contacts Using a Twin Disc Tribometer
    Maruti Sai Dhiraj SAKHAMURI, nCATS Group, University of Southampton, United Kingdomto be confirmed
    Lubricity improvement of diesel fuel with vegetable oils
    Andrew SAKYI, University of Pretoria, South Africato be confirmed
    MICRO-SCALE ABRASION MECHANISMS DURING SCRATCH TESTING OF THERMALLY SPRAYED IRON COATINGS
    Marcionila SANTOS, Escola Politécnica da Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil
    Influence of swirling cryogenic jets on erosion of AISI 310 stainless steel
    César SEDANO, Universidad de Guadalajara, Mexico
    Wear and friction behaviour of maraging steel nanocomposites produced by selective laser melting (SLM) in sliding contact with automotive grade fibre reinforced polymer
    Rui SILVA, CICECO-Universidade de Aveiro, Portugalto be confirmed
    Newly developed device for the investigation of the running in behaviour
    Kosta SIMONOVIC, Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Czechiato be confirmed
    Tribodynamic Analysis of a Ball Type Constant Velocity Joint
    Matthew SIMPSON, Loughborough University, United Kingdom
    Surface Damage Mechanism of Zircaloy-4/Inconel-600 Contact Subjected to Fretting
    Krishnamurti SINGH, Indian Institute of Technology Patna, Indiato be confirmed
    Investigation of Engine Oil Wear by Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
    Margarita SKOTNIKOVA , Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, Russian Federation
    Study of wear mechanisms of UHMWPE/Al2O3/B4C hybrid nanocomposites
    Igor SOARES, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), Brazil
    Effects of Atomistic Interactions on Macroscopic Wear: A Case Study Using Polytetrafluoroethylene Composites
    Wei SUN, Hefei University of Technology, Chinato be confirmed
    Tribo-chemical reaction of silver molybdate as a high temperature solid lubricant
    Yoshinori TAKEICHI, Toyohashi University of Technology, Japanto be confirmed
    Study of the tribological behavior of thermal spray coatings with an interesting potential to substitute to hard chrome plating under different abrasion conditions
    Céline TREVISIOL, CETIM, France
    Study of erosion wear resistance by deposition of Ni-30Cr and Ni-30Cr+ Y2O3 coatings on SS 430
    Chandra Bhushan TRIPATHI, National Institute of Technology Jamshedpur, Indiato be confirmed
    Micro-abrasive wear of a low-temperature plasma nitrided Inconel 625 superalloy
    André TSCHIPTSCHIN, University of São Paulo, Brazil
    Evaluation of the Lubricity of Marine Distillates with a modified HFRR Method
    Theodora TYROVOLA, National Technical University of Athens, Greece
    New multiscale polymer composites for water lubricated tribological contacts
    Hari VADIVEL, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
    Comparison of abrasion wear test results to an in-service feed hopper case
    Kati VALTONEN, Tampere University, Finlandto be confirmed
    Wear behavior of 316 stainless steel in simulated seawater environment
    Minghe WANG, Tsinghua University, Chinato be confirmed
    Ionic liquids as a new class of lubricants for polymer-steel friction pairs
    Lukasz WOJCIECHOWSKI, Poznan University of Technology, Institute of Machines and Motor Vehicles, Poland
    Micro-abrasion wear map of 3D samples made of tribo-filament
    María Joana YÁÑEZ-ESCOTO, Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Mexicoto be confirmed
    Study on erosion behaviour of elbows under high internal pressure
    Siqi YANG, China University of Petroleum-Beijing, Chinato be confirmed
    3D printing high performance porous polyimide and tribology performance
    Guo YUXIONG, State Key Laboratory of Solid Lubrication, Lanzhou Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Chinato be confirmed
    An insight into the rough surface effect on fretting characteristics of quenched and tempered steel
    Amirhossein ZABIHI, Tampere University, Finland
    Molecular dynamics simulation of shock induced microscopic bubble collapse
    Shengpeng ZHAN, Wuhan Research Institute of Materials Protection, Wuhan, China, Chinato be confirmed
    Study on Dry Gas Seal Face Wear Condition Evaluation Based on Incomplete Prior Knowledge
    Erqing ZHANG, Sinoseal Holding Co., LTD., Chinato be confirmed
    Surface wear simulation for the main bearings in the internal combustion engine
    Yanyan ZHANG, Zhejiang University, Chinato be confirmed
    Morphological and structural properties affecting friction properties of K2Ti6O13
    Enrico CASAMASSA, National Research Council - ICMATE Genova, Italyto be confirmed
    Development of a method to measure the directionality of graphite crystals by polarized Raman
    Chiho FUJIWARA, Nagoya university, Japan
    Friction Model for a Sticky Piano Key Problem due to Atmospheric Humidity
    Kanao FUKUDA, Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia , Malaysiato be confirmed
    Influence of different friction characteristics on self-excited vibrations
    Thomas FURSTNER, University of Technology Bergakademie Freiberg, Institute for Machine Elements, Design and Manufacturing, Germany
    The Effect of Relative Humidity on Friction and Wear of Elastomers
    Fabian KAISER, Freudenberg Technology Innovation SE & Co. KG, Germany
    Prediction of coefficient of friction of SU-8 and its composite coatings using Artificial Neural Network
    Jitendra KATIYAR, SRM Institute of Science & Technology, Indiato be confirmed
    Lubrication Properties of Ionic Liquid with Polymer Particles Dispersing
    Yuma KOBAYASHI, Daido University, Japan
    Microstructural Alterations in Bearing Steel under Rolling Contact Loading with Frictional Effects
    Sudhanshu KUMAR, Indian Institute of Technology Patna, Indiato be confirmed
    Investigation on the Superlubricity and Nanomechanics of Phospholipid
    Yuhong LIU, Tsinghua University , Chinato be confirmed
    Nanoscale friction on 2D stacked MoS2/graphene heterostructures
    Zhao LIU, INM – Leibniz Institute for New Materials, Germany
    How third-body accommodation regime controls dry friction
    Guilhem MOLLON, LaMCoS - INSA Lyon, France
    Optical observation of an exogenous magnetite tribolayer: apparent contact area during pad on disc tribotests and its influence on load bearing and friction
    Ana Cecilia RODRIGUES, Centrale Lille, Franceto be confirmed
    Energy dissipation network at the interface of sliding metals
    J. Sebastián RUDAS, Institución Universitaria Pascual Bravo, Colombiato be confirmed
    Lubrication Properties of Ionic Liquid with SUS304 Particle Dispersing by Plasma Sputtering Deposition
    Kei SOMAYA, Daido University, Japan
    Evaluation of graphene-based materials as solid lubricant in UHMWPE composites
    Julian SOMBERG, Luleå university of technology, Sweden
    Modelling and designing the electrical contact of two-dimensional interfaces
    Aisheng SONG, Tsinghua University, Chinato be confirmed
    Simulating lubricants’ shear thinning considering additives
    Franziska STIEF, Fraunhofer-Institut für Werkstoffmechanik IWM, Germany
    Investigation of Static- and Dynamic Friction Behavior of Medical Syringes
    Martin TOCKNER, Polymer Competence Center Leoben GmbH, Austria
    Statistics of sliding on aperiodic atomic structures
    Andras VERNES, AC2T research GmbH, Austria
    Molecular Dynamics Simulation and Structural Analysis of Traction Fluid
    Hitoshi WASHIZU, University of Hyogo, Japan
    Mechanism of low friction of graphene in ambient air condition
    Hitoshi WASHIZU, University of Hyogo, Japan
    Effect of abrasive particles on superlubricity and its removal mechanism
    Xiangli WEN, State Key Laboratory of Tribology, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Tsinghua University, Beijing, Chinato be confirmed
    Study on the optical regulation mechanism of the friction behavior of photoisomerism self-assembly interface
    Dandan XUE, Tsinghua University, Chinato be confirmed
    Specifying 3D roughness parameters for functional interfaces of dental components
    Marjorie BENEGRA, UTFPR - Universidade Tecnológica Federal do Paraná, Brazil
    The necessary condition for a hard coating to strengthen a coated sphere
    Zhou CHEN, Zhejiang University, Chinato be confirmed
    Analysis of Fretting Fracture Mechanics Based on Finite Element Method
    Zhuang CHEN, School of Mechanical Engineering, Chongqing University, China., Chinato be confirmed
    Viscoelastic pull-off of a sphere with a Maugis-Dugdale model
    Michele CIAVARELLA, politecnico di bari, Italyto be confirmed
    Curing-protocol-dependent macroscopic shape errors in PDMS replication
    Emilie DELPLANQUE, LTDS - Ecole Centrale de Lyon - CNRS, France
    A new wayside measuring method for wheel-rail contact forces and positions
    Congcong FANG, Central South University, Chinato be confirmed
    Investigation of Tire-pavement Interaction Based on Non-smooth Contact Dynamics Method
    Haitao GE, Université de Strasbourg, France
    Combined numerical and experimental approach for scuffing prediction in aeronautical power transmission
    Nicolas GRENET DE BECHILLON, SAFRAN TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS, France
    Nanoscale adhesive elastic contact incorporating intermolecular interactions
    Uzair IQBAL, Indian Institute of Science, India
    Simultaneous Measurements of Surface Force and Resonant Frequency Shift of QCM
    Takumi ISHIKAWA, Tottori University, Japan
    Fretting-fatigue of lug-bush shrink-fitted assemblies: interference-fit and lug bore size effects
    Melody LE FALHER, Ecole Centrale de Lyon, Laboratoire de Tribologie et Dynamique des Systèmes, France
    Research on friction between foils and bearing sleeve of bump foil bearing based on computational contact mechanics
    Jie LI, Harbin Institute of Technology, Shenzhen, Chinato be confirmed
    Optimal design of assembly interface for high contact performance
    Qiyin LIN, Xi'an Jiaotong University, China
    Contact Stress Analysis of Rigid Indenter under Deep Penetration
    Bobji MUSUVATHI S, IISc Bangalore, Indiato be confirmed
    Effects of temperature and loading rate on indentation behavior of amorphous polymers
    Marina PECORA, Université de Strasbourg, France
    Effect of both temperature and relative humidity on the viscoelastic properties of polyamide 6 determined by contact creep experiments
    Julie PEPIN, Laboratoire de mécanique Gabriel Lamé, France
    The influence of cavitation, dynamic models and numeric methods in the study of engine hydrodynamic bearings
    Gabriel RODRIGUES, University of Campinas, Brazilto be confirmed
    Bearings with Stochastic Roughness on the Stator and the Rotor: Calculation of Higher-Order Moments of Operational Parameters
    Dimitrios SKALTSAS, National Technical University of Athens, Greece
    Experimental study of the adhesion interaction in the friction contact of real tribosystems in case of dry-static friction
    Ivan UZUNOV, Central Laboratory of Applied Physics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgariato be confirmed
    Effect of environment pressure on dynamic wetting of droplet
    Gang WEN, State Key Laboratory of Tribology, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, Chinato be confirmed
    Application of high-throughput screening approach for accelerated lubricant formulation with improved tribochemical performance
    Hakim EL BAHI, TotalEnergies, France
    Tribofilms on Turbine Engine Bearing Steels and Lubricants Part 2
    Mathew KIRSCH, Air Force Research Laboratory, United Statesto be confirmed
    Effect of Compatibility Between Rubber and Lubricant
    Ayako AOYAGI, NOK Corporation, Japan
    Mechanical and Physicochemical Transformations in Geotribological Contacts of Rock Systems
    Emilia ASSENOVA, Society of Bulgarian Tribologists, Bulgariato be confirmed
    Performance and behavior of new efficient and environmentally friendly nanolubricants
    Marina BENMANSOUR, Ecole Centrale Lyon, France
    CHEMICAL BEHAVIOR OF TRIBOFILM EXPOSED TO FUEL SURROGATES DURING RUBBING
    Bastien BOLLE, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
    Characterization of car brake airborne particles emission on a pin-on-disc tribometer
    Yan-Ming CHEN, CETIM, France
    The analytical study of friction reduction in instrumented single-cylinder block
    Yue GUAN, ecole centrale de lyon, France
    In-situ observation of MoDTC-derived tribofilm on contact point by reflectance spectroscopy and clarification of friction reduction mechanism
    Naoya HASHIZUME, Nagoya University, Japan
    NMR investigation (1H, 13C, 31P) of dithiophosphate/dithiocarbamate ligand exchange reactions between Mo- and Zn-based oil additives
    Yu Min KIW, University of Strasbourg, Franceto be confirmed
    Running-in promotion by dielectric barrier discharge near the friction point
    Hiroyuki KOSAKA, Gifu University, Japanto be confirmed
    Study on Effect of Phosphorous-based additives on Suppressing Accumulation of Micro-pitting
    Ryugo NODA, Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan
    Formation of Carbon-Based Tribofilms from Hydrocarbons on Steel
    Egheosa OGBOMO, Imperial College London, United Kingdomto be confirmed
    A Parametric Study of Surface and Sub-Surface Changes During Running-In of Rolling-Sliding Contacts
    Maruti Sai Dhiraj SAKHAMURI, nCATS Group, University of Southampton, United Kingdomto be confirmed
    Influence of SiC polytypes on the mixed lubrication regime of self-lubricating composites containing in situ generated 2D turbostratic graphite
    Diego SALVARO, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil
    Cr content of the sliding counterpart as a way to control friction of Ni62Nb33Zr5 Bulk Metallic Glass
    Solène STOENS, Femto-ST (DMA department), France
    The effect of temperature on the friction and wear behaviour of fuel oils under oxygen and nitrogen (inert) atmosphere.
    Trinity THOBEJANE, University of Pretoria, South Africa
    ZDDP Tribofilm Formation on Non-ferrous Surfaces
    Mao UEDA, Imperial College London, United Kingdomto be confirmed
    Effects of high temperature wear on electrochemical properties of Nickel-based alloy
    Jiahao WANG, Tsinghua University, Chinato be confirmed
    Chemical Reaction of Alcohol due to Friction between Zirconia and Metal
    Hitoshi WASHIZU, University of Hyogo, Japan
    Relationship between Nano / Macro Friction Behaviour and Mechanical Properties of Tribo-Film by Multi-Dimensional Nano-Indentation Equipment
    Sho WATANABE, Tokyo University of Science, Japan
    The Effect of Filler Polarity on Wear and Tribofilm Formation in Dual Polymer PTFE Composites
    Jiang WEI, Institute of Tribology, School of Mechanical Engineering, Hefei University of Technology, Chinato be confirmed
    In operando characterization by X-ray tomography of the real contact area in tribological systems
    Vito ACITO, LTDS - Ecole Centrale de Lyon - CNRS, France
    Innovative design of electrical lubricants test rig for e-grease and e-fluids
    Fabio ALEMANNO, Ducom Instruments Europe B.V., Netherlands
    A Multi-Fractal Formulation to Simulate Heterogeneous Random Rough Surfaces
    Maxence BIGERELLE, LAMIH CNRS UMR 8201, Laboratory of Automatics, Mechanics and Industrial, Human Computer Sciences, France
    Temperature dependence of plastic deformation in FCC alloys – A large-scale molecular dynamics study
    Stefan J EDER, AC2T research GmbH, Austria
    Mechanical and tribological properties of EUG/NR composite: A Molecular Dynamic simulation
    Wu JIAN, Harbin Institute of Technology, Weihai, Chinato be confirmed
    Experimental Analysis of Recirculating Lubrication and Jet Lubrication on Tapered Roller Bearings
    Manjunath MANJUNATH, Soete Laboratory – Ghent university, Belgium
    In Operando tribological study at the micro-scale - Application to PVD hard films
    Aslihan SAYILAN, LaMCoS - INSA Lyon, France
    Design and Development of an In-situ Coating Wear Monitoring System based on Raman Scattering Signal
    Nan XU, university of leeds, United Kingdom
    Development of a tribometer with in situ heating measurement at the surface of metallic glasses
    Zhijian ZHOU, LaMCoS - INSA Lyon, France
    Evaluation of properties of Al2O3 coating obtained by ALD technique used in biotribological systems
    Katarzyna PIOTROWSKA, Kielce University of Technology, Poland
    Tribological evaluation of a UHMWPE composite coating reinforced with Aloe Vera powder particles
    Mohammed ABDUL SAMAD, KING FAHD UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM & MINERALS, Saudi Arabiato be confirmed
    Effect of growth defect density on wear and corrosion performance of CrMoN PVD coating
    Kheireddine BOUZID, Departement de Métallurgie et Génie des Materiaux, Algeriato be confirmed
    TriboMate® paired coatings – a holistic design approach
    Gilles CASTAN, GGB, France
    Evaluation of Tribological Performance and Development of Coating with Graphene Oxide (GO) on Diesel Engine Cylinder Liner by Successive Ionic Layer Adsorption and Reaction (SILAR) Method
    Halit CAVUSOGLU, Selcuk University, Turkey
    Influence of surface topography height on tribological behaviour in dry contact
    Andrzej DZIERWA, Rzeszow University of Technology, Poland
    Simulation of realistic fluids wetting with Lattice-Boltzmann Method
    Alexandre EPALLE, Ecole Centrale de Lyon - LTDS, France
    The effect of nanoscale friction of mesoporous carbon supported ionic liquids on the mass transfer of CO2 adsorption
    Pengpeng FAN, Lulea Technology University, Swedento be confirmed
    Tribological Properties of Titanium Nitride-Based Coatings with Respect to Environment
    Youn Hoo HWANG, Yonsei University, Korea (Republic of)
    Quality evaluation of the alumina film deposited by ALD on UHMWPE
    Vanessa KAPPS, National Institute of Metrology, Quality and Technology, Brazil
    Friction Control by Applied Potential on Friction Surface under Lubrication with Ionic Liquids
    Shouhei KAWADA, Kansai University, Japan
    Tribological Characteristics of Polymer-based Composite Materials
    Kim CHANG-LAE, Chosun University, Korea (Republic of)
    Low-cycle static and dynamic fatigue of Cr/CrN coatings in point contact
    Jolanta KRUPA, AGH UST, Poland
    Experimental investigation on evolution of surface topography with three different finishes of AISI 52100 steel discs during rolling contact fatigue tests
    Harsh KUMAR, Indian Institute of Technology Patna, Indiato be confirmed
    Sub-Surface Initiated Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization for Robust Embedded Polymer Brushes
    Zhengfeng MA, Lanzhou Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinato be confirmed
    Effects of Groove Shaped Surface Texturing on Lubrication Characteristics in Reciprocating Motion
    Tetsuta MATSUMURA, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Japan
    Clarification of DLC surface structure that suppresses silica adhesion in geothermal power generation systems
    Yuya NAKASHIMA, Fuji Electric Co., Ltd., Japan
    Tribology performance of surface texture on water-lubricated rubber bearings in sediment waters
    Hongling QIN, china three gorges university, Chinato be confirmed
    Tribomechanical studies on a-C:H-Si multilayer coatings deposited on Ti-6Al-4V
    Polyana RADI, Unifesp, Brazilto be confirmed
    Frictional behavior of alumina coated vertically aligned carbon nanotube forest
    Himanshu RAI, IIT Delhi, India
    Influence of oxide film thickness on plastic deformability of copper
    Selina RAUMEL, Institute of Micro Production Technology - Lebniz Universität Hannover , Germany
    PTA deposition of B4C-based Nickel Alloy Type 625 Matrix Cermet
    Pavel ROHAN, CTU in Prague, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Czechiato be confirmed
    Horizontal Shear Force between Water Drop and Silicone Sheet with One Axial Direction Groove Structure
    Chinatsu SAITO, National Institute of Technology, Nagano College, Japan
    Analysis of Interface Resistance between Silicone Sheet with Groove Structure and Sliding Water Droplet on the Sheet
    Chinatsu SAITO, National Institute of Technology, Nagano College, Japan
    FM-AFM Investigation into the Molecules Adsorption State on Steel Surface in Oiliness Additive Solution
    Kaisei SATO, Graduate School of Tokyo University of Science, Japan
    Characterization of the tribological behaviour of magnetron-sputtered Ti-based thin films: A small-scale in situ analysis
    Aslihan SAYILAN, LaMCoS - INSA Lyon, France
    Cartilage Multiscale Lubrication
    Carmine PUTIGNANO, Polytechnic UNiversity of Bari, Italy
    Role of phospholipidic structures in the tribological performances of synovial fluids associated with different types of human joint pathologies
    Layth BEN TRAD, LaMCoS - INSA Lyon, France
    A proposed methodology for the assessment of consumer experience of personal care products in consumer-relevant environments
    Phoebe BRAMLEY, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
    Predicting the friction of Metal-on-UHMWPE hip joint replacements
    Michael BRYANT, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
    Preparation and biotribological behavior of artificial cartilage/bone integration material
    Kai CHEN, China University of Mining and Technology, Chinato be confirmed
    The New Method for Evaluation of Cartilage Contact
    Pavel CIPEK, Brno University of Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Czechia
    Tribological properties of Multilayers Polyethyleneimine/Polyacrylic acid Coatings on Ti6Al4V for artificial joint
    Yaling DENG, Jinling Institute of Technology , Chinato be confirmed
    Correlating the sense of feel to friction: the case of haptic coatings
    Emmanuel GEORGIOU, Falex Tribology, Belgiumto be confirmed
    Surface Modification Inspired by Malayopython Reticulatus for Friction Control
    Mohd Danial Bin IBRAHIM, Universiti Malaysia Sarawak, Malaysia
    Analysis of enamel friction and wear during cooperation with ceramic materials used for fillings in dentistry
    Piotr KOWALEWSKI, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland
    Estolides: A Bioderived Synthetic Base Oil
    Matthew KRIECH, Biosynthetic Technologies, United Statesto be confirmed
    Structure, tribological properties and the growth mechanism of in-situ generated TiC in titanium cermet
    Yong LUO, University staff, Chinato be confirmed
    Bio-inspired smart friction device
    Yanfei MA, Lanzhou Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Chinato be confirmed
    Effect of hydration layers at soft contact lens surface on friction properties by using FM-AFM and Nano tribometer
    Ayaka NAKAJIMA, Graduate school of Tokyo University of Science, Japan
    Microstructured glass surface for producing microplastics for biological tests
    Yoshitaka NAKANISHI, Kumamoto University, Japan
    Characterizing archaeological surfaces: methods and challenges
    Haris PROCOPIOU , University Paris I Pantheon Sorbonne, Franceto be confirmed
    Tribological Effects of Textured Hard Implant Surfaces Sliding against Soft Tissue under Physiological Conditions
    Prashant Kumar SHARMA, University Medical Center Groningen, Netherlands
    A Tribological Test Method for PVA Hydrogels and Articular Cartilage
    Paul STAUDINGER, Anton Paar GmbH, Austria
    Tactile perception of textile fabrics based on friction and brain activation
    Wei TANG, China University of Mining and Technology, Chinato be confirmed
    Wear of antibacterial coatings on CoCrMo under butterfly motion and dynamic loads in a biotribometer
    Angela Maria TORTORA, Ducom Instruments Europe B.V., Netherlands
    Bio-inspired smart surface with anisotropic friction for controllable locomotion
    Xiaolong WANG, Lanzhou Institute of Chemical Physics, CAS, Chinato be confirmed
    Understanding Hair Friction using Coarse-Grained Molecular Dynamics
    Erik WEIAND, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
    Tribological loads on displays - test and damage analysis for visible and imperceptible damage on the display surface
    Wolfgang WEINHOLD, Innowep GmbH, Germanyto be confirmed
    Tribological Properties of TMP Ester Grease Thickened by Calcium Complex
    Mohamad Ali AHMAD, UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MARA, Malaysia
    Investigation of Performance Parameters of Four-Stroke IC Engine Considering Deterministic Surface Roughness
    Ashok ATULKAR, Shri G S Institute of Technology and Science, Indore, Indiato be confirmed
    The impact of high chromium cast iron modified with niobium and boron on abrasive wear assessed by industrial tests under different severity conditions
    G Cristina DE GODOY, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazilto be confirmed
    Effect of Dynamic Load on Adhesive Friction at the Interface between Friction Lining and Wire Rope of Hoist
    Cun-Ao FENG, China University of Mining and Technology, Chinato be confirmed
    Influence of the microstructure of copper on the friction coefficient under very high pressure: application to the ECAP process
    Chloé FRANOUX, LEM3 université de Lorraine, France
    Investigation into the causes of ball bearing failures in turbomolecular pumps
    Joaquim GIRARDELLO DETONI, Agilent Technologies, Italyto be confirmed
    Experimental investigations of vulcanization and problems during the demolding process by compression molding
    Stefanie HAUPT, Technische Universität Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany
    Hydrated seal lips for live centers in machine tools
    Taiki HAYASHI, Kumamoto University, Japan
    Correlation of wear rate, hardness, and density for a dry clutch friction material
    Matija HOIC, University of Zagreb, Croatia
    Kinetic insights into lubricity of diesel-ethanol blends: surface wear and tribofilm growth rates
    Frank HONG, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabiato be confirmed
    Experimental Device for Machine Condition Monitoring with Oil Sensors in Construction Equipment
    Sung Ho HONG, Dongguk University, Korea (Republic of)
    Thermal and Static Deformation of a Hydrostatic Center Rest
    Hua-Chih HUANG, National Kaohsiung University of Science and Technology , Taiwanto be confirmed
    Reduction of friction torque in a revolute joint by superposed vibrations
    Simon KELLER, Institute of Engineering Mechanics, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
    The effect of substrate bias voltage on the adhesion strength of ta-C coated tools prepared by filtered cathode vacuum arc
    Dongsik KIM, Advanced Thin Film (ATF), Korea (Republic of)to be confirmed
    Applications of a Modified Genetic Algorithm for Large Order Nonlinear Rotordynamic Systems
    Sitae KIM, Korea Air Force Academy, Korea (Republic of)to be confirmed
    Predictive analysis of tribological behavior of nickel-coated graphite (NiGr) reinforced aluminum A206 metal matrix composites produced by stir casting
    Ajay KUMAR, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Tirupati, Indiato be confirmed
    Static and Dynamic Performance of an Air Pad Controlled by a Diaphragm Valve
    Luigi LENTINI, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
    The composition, structure and properties of bio-based lubricants
    Jianfang LIU, Wuhan Polytechnic University, Chinato be confirmed
    Thermal characteristics analysis of bump foil gas thrust bearing
    Xiaomin LIU, Harbin Institute of technology ShenZhen, Chinato be confirmed
    Effect of femtosecond laser defocused irradiation on tribological properties of polycrystalline CVD diamond coating
    Xiaoxu LIU, Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japanto be confirmed
    Development of Piston Ring-Liner Lubrication model for Low-Speed Marine Engine
    Xuan MA, Harbin Engineering University, Chinato be confirmed
    Determination of lubrication regime of a real application through oil film thickness analysis based on the similitude of Hersey number
    Davide MASSOCCHI, POLITECNICO DI MILANO, Italy
    Biogrease development and tribological performance for application in wheel/rail contact
    Valdicleide MELLO, Federal University of Espírito Santo, Brazilto be confirmed
    Contactless measurement of hydrostatic bearing lubricating film using optical point tracking method
    Michal MICHALEC, Brno University of Technology - Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Czechia
    Non-Newtonian rheological and thermal effects on the noise and vibration of a spur gearset
    Hamza MUGHAL, Loughborough University, United Kingdom
    Semiconductor Wafer Floating System for High Vacuum Chamber Using an Ionic Liquid
    Takao OKABE, Tokyo University of Science, Japan
    Optimization of CNC milling parameters and TiO2 nanoparticle in lubricants for lowering wear of cutting inserts
    Laura PEÑA-PARÁS, Universidad de Monterrey, Mexicoto be confirmed
    Effect of different base oils on tribological performance of different metal sheets for stamping
    Marko POLAJNAR, Universtiy of Ljubljana, Slovenia
    A New Method to Examine the Grease Structure via SEM Techniques
    Ding QI, The Lanzhou Institute of Chemical Physics - CAS, Chinato be confirmed
    Design of abrasion-resistant alloys using data mining and thermodynamics
    Lisa RATEAU, Framatome - Université de Nantes, France
    A Methodology to Classify Acceptable Operating Conditions for Heavily Misaligned Marine Journal Bearings
    Georgios-Nikitas ROSSOPOULOS, School of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, National Technical University of Athens, Greece
    Static analysis of partial slip texture slider and journal bearing considering thermal effects
    T V V L N RAO, SRM IST, India
    Advanced ball bearing friction measurement methodology
    Mathis TRACHSEL, maxon, Switzerland
    Failure analysis of high-speed bearings under oil cut-off tests
    Che WANG, Harbin Institute of Technology, Chinato be confirmed
    Research of Surface morphology of Aluminum Deposition on Electromagnetic Launch Rail
    Xing WANG, Central South University, Chinato be confirmed
    Fluid film thrust bearings – potential for reduction of friction loss
    Michal WASILCZUK, Gdansk University of Technology Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Polandto be confirmed
    Research on Air-Lubricated Herringbone Grooved Journal bearing
    Yiming YU, School of Mechanical Engineering and Automation, Harbin Institute of Technology, Shenzhen, Chinato be confirmed
    Scuffing factor mapping based on big data base and cloud computing
    Chao ZHANG, SHANGHAI UNIVERSITY, Chinato be confirmed
    Analysis of the influence of small quantity secondary lubricant on water lubrication
    Xiaohan ZHANG, Qingdao University of Technology, Chinato be confirmed
    Poly-DL-Lactic Acid (PDLLA) Nanosheet Thin Films for Biomedical, Bioengineering and Energy Saving Applications
    Mohd Danial Bin IBRAHIM, Universiti Malaysia Sarawak, Malaysia
    Tribology-based condition monitoring and diagnostics for the safe operation of aircraft
    Ludmila SHABALINSKAYA, Central institute of aviation motors named after P.I. Baranov, Russian Federation
    Testing methodology to study the influence of new emerging e-fluids technologies on rolling/sliding contacts
    Christine MATTA, SKF Research and Technology Development, Netherlandsto be confirmed
    MATEisResponsible: raise awareness, promote and perform actions in every mission of the MATEIS Laboratory community to decrease its environmental impact
    Renaud RINALDI, MATEIS Laboratory, France
    Entrapped Grease Film Behavior under Sliding Motion
    Hiroshi NISHIKAWA, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
    Investigation of DLC nanoparticles as EP additives under at Steel/Steel Contact Under Boundary Lubrication
    Salete ALVES, Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil
    The Effects of Wear on Triboelectric Charge Transference in Sliding F-TENG Contacts
    Josh ARMITAGE, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
    Tribo-Device to Quantify the Friction on the Rake Face of Tools Using Line Contact
    Roland BEJJANI, LAU, Swedento be confirmed
    Effect of Cryogenic Machining on Tribological Conditions and Tool Wear in Machining of Aerospace Titanium Alloys
    Roland BEJJANI, LAU, Swedento be confirmed
    Fluid Film Formation and Cavitation in Parallel Sliding Contacts – Simulations and Experimental Investigations
    Dilek BULUT, Leibniz Universitaet Hannover, Institute für Maschinenkonstruktion und Tribologie, Germany
    Semi-Analytical modelling of steady state friction damping experimental tests
    Julien FORTES DA CRUZ, Laboratoire Quartz - Supmeca, France
    Effect of Roller Sliding on Friction in Engine Valve Train
    Muhammad KHURRAM, National University of Technology, Islamabad, Pakistanto be confirmed
    A model of chain drive efficiency dedicated to high performance track cycling
    Gabriel LANASPEZE, LaMCoS - INSA Lyon, France
    Topography or Reflectance Maps: Which is the Most Relevant in Tribology?
    Julie LEMESLE, LAMIH, France
    Tuning Oil viscosity by Anthracene Functionalization
    Dominic LINSLER, Fraunhofer IWM, Germany
    Tribocorrosion mechanisms of titanium alloy sliding against a zirconia ball in a Phosphate Buffered Solution
    Stefano MISCHLER, EPFL, Switzerland
    Surface induced rolling contact fatigue caused by impacts - experiments and simulation
    Gerhard POLL, Institute of Machine Design and Tribology, Germany
    Water-borne reactive cellulose as functionalized filler for bone tissue fixation
    Liguo QIN, Xi'an Jiaotong University, Swedento be confirmed