Researcher Profile

DI Johannes Österreicher

DI Österreicher

Function

Scientist

Center

Low-Emission Transport

Competence Unit

Light Metals Technologies Ranshofen

E-Mail

Johannes.Oesterreicher(at)ait.ac.at

Phone

+43 50550 6937

Fax

+43 50550-6902

Address

Lamprechtshausenerstraße, P.O. Box 26, 5282 Ranshofen

Career

Field: High performance material

Main Research: Aluminium Extrusions for Automotive Safety Parts

Experience:

My research is focussed on the microstructural development of Al wrought alloys along the production process chain and how the microstructure affects the processability and the final properties of the product (e.g., crash properties of automotive parts).

  • 2010-2014: R&D Engineer
    Semperit / Austria
  • 2014-: Scientist
    LKR Leichtmetallkompetenzzentrum Ranshofen / AIT / Austria
  • 2012: Semperit Innovation Award
  • 2009: Leistungsstipendium des Wissenschaftsministeriums

Publications

  • Effect of gelatin–ionic liquid functional polymers on glucose oxidase and horseradish peroxidase kinetics.
    Author(s): Lourenço, N. M., Österreicher, J., Vidinha, P., Barreiros, S., Afonso, C. A., Cabral, J. M., & Fonseca, L. P.
    Journal: Reactive and Functional Polymers, 71(4) (2011) ; 489-495
  • Sample preparation methods for scanning electron microscopy of homogenized Al-Mg-Si billets: A comparative study
    Author(s): J A Österreicher, M Kumar, A Schiffl, S Schwarz, G R Bourret
    Journal: Materials Characterization, 122 (2016) ; 63-69
  • Secondary precipitation during homogenization of Al-Mg-Si alloys: Influence on high temperature flow stress
    Author(s): J A O¨sterreicher, M Kumar, A Schiffl, S Schwarz, G R Bourret
    Journal: Materials Science and Engineering A, 687 (2017) ; 175-180
  • Microstructure and mechanical properties of high strength Al–Mg–Si–Cu profiles for safety parts
    Author(s): J A Österreicher, A Schiffl, G Falkinger, G R Bourret
    Conference International Conference on Materials, Processing and Product Engineering (MPPE), Leoben

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