CMT
Mechanical Testing Laboratory
Skolkovo
Institute of Science
and Technology
The laboratory supports experimental study of static, dynamic and fatigue mechanical behavior of materials of different physical nature. The main scope of work is focused to polymer composites and additively manufactured materials such as plastic, metals and allows, and ceramics.

Assistant Professor, Head of Laboratory
Material characterization
Provide tests within ASTM and ISO standards
Certification and regulations for new materials and structures
Development, verification and FEA implementation of constitutive material models
Develop design calculation methods
Justification of safety factors for new materials and structures
Use unique testing techniques developed for AM lattice structures, fracture toughness of fiber-reinforced composites and substructures
Team
Facilities
Вернуться к вариантам пространств
Research projects
Synergy of engineering science and digital technologies aimed at the development of a simulation-driven design of advanced materials, structures
Partnerships
Publications
Synergy of engineering science and digital technologies aimed at the development of a simulation-driven design of advanced materials, structures
Very High Cycle Fatigue Behavior of Additively Manufactured 316L Stainless Steel.
B. Voloskov, S. Evlashin, S. Dagesyan, S. Abaimov, I.S. Akhatov, I. Sergeichev. Materials
DOI:10.3390/ma13153293
Application of the Optoacoustic Method to Assess the Effect of Voids on the Crack Resistance of Structural Carbon Plastics.
Vorobyev, R.I., Sergeichev, I.V., Karabutov, A.A., E. A. Mironova, E. V. Savateeva, I. Sh. Akhatov. Acoust. Phys
DOI:10.1134/S1063771020020153
Modeling of cracking during pultrusion of large-size profiles.
A. Safonov, M. Gusev, A. Saratov, A. Konstantinov, I. Sergeichev, S. Konev, S. Gusev, I. Akhatov. Composite Structures
DOI:10.1016/j.compstruct.2019.111801
Micro-CT based structure tensor analysis of fibre orientation in random fibre composites versus high-fidelity fibre identification methods.
Karamov, R., Martulli, L.M., Kerschbaum, M., Sergeichev, I., Swolfs, Y., Lomov, S.V. Composite Structures
DOI:10.1016/j.compstruct.2019.111818
A novel straightforward wet pulling technique to fabricate carbon nanotube fibers. 
Maria A. Zhilyaeva, Eugene V. Shulga, Sergey D. Shandakov, Ivan V. Sergeichev, Evgenia P. Gilshteyn, Anton S. Anisimov, Albert G. Nasibulin. Carbon, Volume 150
DOI:10.1016/j.carbon.2019.04.111
Multi-step homogenization in the Mori-Tanaka-Benveniste theory.
Sergey G. Abaimov, Anton Trofimov, Ivan V. Sergeichev, Iskander S. Akhatov. Composite Structures.
DOI:10.1016/j.compstruct.2019.03.073
Flexible Polycaprolactone and Polycaprolactone/Graphene Scaffolds for Tissue Engineering.
Evlashin, S., Dyakonov, P., Tarkhov, M., Dagesyan, S., Rodionov, S., Shpichka, A., Kostenko, M., Konev, S., Sergeichev, I., Timashev, P., & Akhatov, I. Materials
DOI:10.3390/ma12182991
Contact
Ivan Sergeichev, Head of the Laboratory

e-mail: I.Sergeichev@skoltech.ru

phone: +7 (495) 280-1481

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