Senior Thermokinetics & Materials Simulation Expert & Co-Founder
Senior Thermokinetics & Materials Simulation Expert
Ph.D. in Chemistry, Department of Inorganic Chemistry, University of Vienna, Austria, 2009.
M.Eng. in Metallurgy, AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland, 2003.
Dr. Warczok is a specialist in the field of computational materials science. After graduation in the field of Metallurgy at AGH University of Science and Technology, he joined the Department of Inorganic Chemistry at the University of Vienna. During this period, he investigated ternary systems containing metals and nonmetals, both by experiments and simulations through thermodynamic modeling supported by ab-initio calculations.
After finishing his doctoral studies, he joined the group of Prof. Kozeschnik at TU Wien. He gained very soon a deep understanding of physical basis and models implemented in the software MatCalc. Hence, he has been effectively involved in training of the thermokinetics software MatCalc to students, researchers and individuals and also providing documentations and technical papers for the software. Dr. Warczok has been significantly involved in the simulation of various research and industry projects related to iron and aluminum alloys in which the MatCalc software has been applied such as; atomistic scale simulation of the early precipitation stages, simulation of thin slab direct rolling process for various steel compositions or investigation of microstructure evolution during the processing sequence of 6xxx aluminium alloys.
Since January 2015, he has joined the team of MatCalc Engineering GmbH and apart from his various simulation responsibilities he is the head of technical support of the software MatCalc.