Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering
Faculty Candidate Seminar
Towards computationally efficient multiscale modeling of multiphase materials
Dr. Marat Latypov
GT - CNRS Joint Laboratory at Georgia Tech - Lorraine
Thursday, April 7, 2016 at 11:00:00 AM
MRDC Building, Room 4211
Dr. Laurent Capolungo
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 which multiscale modeling plays a central role. In this talk, I will introduce my work on computational frameworks for modeling of local microstructural evolution during large-scale metal forming processes. Recent developments of the computational ingredients necessary for a transition from uncoupled to fully-coupled and more general multiscale frameworks employing emerging data science tools will be also discussed.
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 in 2014 and Dipl.-Ing. degree from Ufa State Aviation Technical University in 2011. His research interests include multiscale modeling, materials informatics, ultrafine-grained materials, and advanced steels.
Refreshments will be served.