Center for Materials Technologies
Skolkovo
Institute of Science
and Technology
CMT
The Center for Materials Technologies (CMT) is founded to develop a shortest path from fundamentals in mechanics and physics to industrial applications with particular focus on materials and novel technologies.

Professor, CREI Director
Mission
The mission of CMT is to educate students, create knowledge and solutions for high-tech companies and start-ups supporting overall Skoltech concept as an institute of development. The CMT Program is about three the most important directions in the field of Materials Technologies: Polymer Composite Materials, Functional Coatings, and Additive Technologies.
Education
CMT offers comprehensive MS and PhD educational programs in Advanced Materials, Technologies, and Mechanical Engineering
Laboratories
Being equipped with state-of-the-art facilities the CMT laboratories are intended for fundamental research at the highest world level and practice-based education focused on materials technologies that involve mechanics and physics of materials, computational engineering, digital design and manufacturing.
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Engineers
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MSc students
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Research
projects
Synergy of engineering science and digital technologies aimed at the development of a simulation-driven design of advanced materials, structures
Publications
Thermoplastic Pultrusion: A Review. 
Minchenkov K, Vedernikov A, Safonov A, Akhatov I. Polymers
DOI:10.3390/polym13020180
Self-diagnostic carbon nanocomposites manufactured from industrial epoxy masterbatches.
Butt H.A, Lomov S.V, Akhatov I.S, Abaimov S.G. Composit. Struct.
DOI:10.1016/j.compstruct.2020.113244
Experimental characterisation of textile compaction response: A benchmark exercise. 
A.X.H. Yong, A. Aktas, D. May, A. Endruweit, S.V. Lomov, S. Advani, P. Hubert, S.G. Abaimov, D. Abliz, I. Akhatov, M.A. Ali, S. Allaoui, T. Allen, D.C. Berg, S. Bickerton, B. Caglar, A. Chiminelli, S. Comas-Cardona, M. Danzi, J. Dittmann, C. Dransfeld, P. Ermanni, E. Fauster, A. George, J. Gillibert, Q. R. Graupner, V. Grishaev, A. et al.
DOI:10.1016/j.compositesa.2020.106243
Multiscale numerical modeling for prediction of piezoresistive effect for polymer composites with a highly segregated structure.
Lebedev O.V, Ozerin A.N, Abaimov S.G. Nanomat.
DOI:10.3390/nano11010162
Effects of pulling speed on structural performance of L-shaped pultruded profiles.
Vedernikov A, Tucci F, Carlone P, Gusev S, Konev S, Firsov D, Akhatov I, Safonov A. Composite Structures
DOI:10.1016/j.compstruct.2020.112967
4D Laser Printing of Functionally Graded Structures and Items from Mixtures of Powdered Polymers with Functional Micro- and Nanoparticles: An Autoreview.
Shishkovsky I., Scherbakov V., Kuznetsov M., Belousova O., Morozov Y. International Journal of Self-Propagating High-Temperature Synthesis
DOI:10.3103/S1061386220020132
Progress and challenges of 3D-printing technologies in the manufacturing of piezoceramics.
Smirnov, S. Chugunov, A. Kholodkova, M. Isachenkov, A. Vasin, I. Shishkovsky. Ceramics International
DOI:10.1016/j.ceramint.2020.12.243
Patents
Patent № 2732367
Способ снижения переходного контактного сопротивления в конструкциях передачи электрическо энерии большой мощности
Patent № 2758782
Экологически чистый способ переработки объемного кремния в наночастицы диоксида кремния в водном растворе
Patent № 2738606
Термопластичный армированный пултрузионный профиль
Patent № 2738062
Термопластичный пултрузионный усилительный вкладыш в полой пластиковой раме оконного или дверного блока
Patent № 2742170
Способ непрерывного изготовления термопластичного армированного пултрузионного профиля
Patent №2757758
Устройство для закрепления хрупких образцов в прессе для проведения прочностный испытаний на растяжение
Contact
Ivan Popov, Project Manager

e-mail: i.popov@skoltech.ru

phone: +7 (495) 280-1481_ext.3346

Anna Matiushenko, Manager for Educational Programs

e-mail: a.matiushenko@skoltech.ru

phone: +7 (495) 280-1481_ext.3220

address: 30с1 Bolshoi boulevard, Skolkovo, 121205, Russian Federation