Gernot Pottlacher

32nd International Thermal Conductivity Conference Award Winner 2014

Gernot Pottlacher studied physics at the University of Technology in Graz, Austria. He specializes in research on thermophysical properties of liquid metals and alloys using various methods, such as sub second pulse heating, Differential Scanning Calorimetry, and four-point probes. Pottlacher is a professor at the Institute for Experimental Physics at the University of Technology and teaches courses in basic physics for lighting engineering, as well as physics didactic courses for teachers in training. Additionally, Pottlacher heads the working group for thermophysics and metal physics, investigating with liquids and refractory metals. As a journal referee for the International Journal of Thermophysics, Pottlacher has published more than 100 scientific papers and has contributed 180 articles to scientific conferences.


Most Cited Works by Gernot Pottlacher:

  1. Boivineau, M., Cagran, C., Doytier, D., Eyraud, V., Nadal, M.-H., Wilthan, B., Pottlacher, G. 2006. Thermophysical Properties of Solid and Liquid Ti-6Al-4V(TA6V) Alloy. International Journal of Thermophysics, 27(2): 507-529.
  2. Pottlacher, G., Hosaeus, H., Kaschnitz, E., Seifter, A. 2002. Thermophysical properties of solid and liquidInconel 718 Alloy. Scandinavian Journal of Metallurgy, 31(3): 161-168.
  3. Beutl, M., Pottlacher, G., Jager, H. 1994. Thermophysical properties of liquid iron. International journal of thermophysics, 15(6): 1323-1331.