Date | Time
06/07/2016 | 11 h 00 min - 13 h 00 min
Seminar by Dr. Marat I. LATYPOV, GeorgiaTech–CNRS UMI 2958, Georgia Tech Lorraine
“Data science approaches to multiscale modeling and quantification of microstructures”
Metal forming processes are used as intermediate or final operations to shape metallic materials into products. Shaping the material is accompanied by plastic deformation, which results in significant changes in the microstructure of the material. The microstructure in turn decides the properties of the material and thus the performance of the final product. These interconnections lead to the prime importance of establishing processing–microstructure–property relationships.
In this talk, I will introduce our recent work on two critical ingredients for establishing these relationships: quantification of microstructures and accurate yet computationally efficient models for prediction of strain partitioning and effective properties of heterogeneous materials as well as how these models fit into the broader context of fully-coupled multiscale modeling.
Marat Latypov is a postdoctoral researcher in the GT–CNRS joint laboratory at Georgia Tech Lorraine. He received his PhD from Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH, South Korea) in 2014 and Dipl.-Ing. degree from Ufa State Aviation Technical University (USATU, Russia) in 2011. His research interests include materials informatics and data sciences, multiscale modeling, ultrafine-grained materials, and advanced steels.