Guest lectures

SFB-Vorträge

Im Rahmen des SFB wurden folgende Vorträge über das Projekt gehalten:

11/2017 M. Herbig, Atomare Einsichten in Struktur und Zusammensetzung von Stählen durch korrelative Elektronenmikroskopie / Atomsondentomographie, 25. Werkstoffkolloquium des Technischen Beirats, 24. November, 2017,Hannover

11/2017 M.Herbig, C.D.Parra, W. Lu, Y. Toji, C. Liebscher, Y. Li, S. Goto, G. Dehm, D. Raabe, Where does the carbon atom go in steel? – Insights gained by correlative transmission electron microscopy and atom probe tomography, International Symposium on Steel Science 2017, 13-16. Nov, Kyoto, Japan

11/2017 M.Herbig, Materials Science Using Correlative Microscopy, JFE steel corporation, 2017, 10. Nov, Chiba, Japan

11/ 2017 M. Herbig, Materials Science Using Correlative Microscopy, Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metals Corporation, 9.11.17, Kimitsu, Japan

11.2017 M. Herbig, Materials Science Using Correlative Microscopy, National Instiute for Materials Science (NIMS), 8.11.17, Tsukuba, Japan

9/2017 C. Haase, F. Kies, P. Köhnen K. G. Pradeep, A. Schwedt, M. B. Wilms, A. Weisheit, S. Ziegler, J. H. Schleifenbaum, W. Bleck: Alternative Processing of Advanced High-Strength Steels by Additive Manufacturing, Euromat, 17.-22.09., Thessaloniki, Greece 2017.

9/2017 F. Roters, S. L. Wong, P. Shanthraj, M. Diehl, D. Raabe: Thermo mechanically coupled simulation of high manganese TRIP/TWIP steel; 27th International Workshop on Computational Materials Modeling, IWCMM 27, September 21, Leuven, Belgium

9/2017 C. Haase, F. Kies, P. Köhnen K. G. Pradeep, A. Schwedt, M. B. Wilms, A. Weisheit, S. Ziegler, J. H. Schleifenbaum, W. Bleck: Mikrostruktur-Eigenschaftskorrelationen
additiv gefertigter Hochmanganstähle,
Werkstoffwoche, 26.-29.09., Dresden, Germany 2017.

9/2017 W. Bleck: Von der Mikrostruktur zur Nanostruktur - Werskstoff- und Prozessdesign für neue Stähle, Werkstoffwoche, Dresden (27.-29.09.2017)

9/2017 F. Roters: Klausurtagung des Erlanger Lehrstuhls für Werkstoffissenschaften WW1, Sattelbogen, 27.9.-29.9.17, Spatially correlated electron microscopy and atom probe tomography

6/2017 F. Roters, S. L. Wong, P. Shanthraj, M. Diehl, D. Raabe: Thermo mechanically coupled simulation of high manganese TRIP/TWIP steel; 5th International Conference on Material Modeling, ICMM 5, June 15, Rome, Italy

4/2017C. Haase: Tailoring the microstructure of HMnS: Mechanism-oriented material and process design, Institut für Werkstofftechnik, University Kassel, 2017, 24.04. in Kassel, Germany 2017.

3/2017 D. Bogdanovski, Methodenvortrag "ab initio - Was? Wie? Wozu?", gemeinsames Kolloquium mit SFB 799

3/2017 F. Roters, M. Bambach, S. L. Wong: Development of dislocation density based constitutive models - the parameter Dilemma; GAMM 2017, 88th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 07.03.2017, Weimar, Germany

1/2017 P. Shanthraj, M. Diehl, F. Roters: Coupling Phase-Field and Crystal-Plasticity Simulations; Plasticity 2017, 23rd International Conference on Plasticity, Damage & Fracture 2017, 07.01.2017, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

12/2016 C. Haase: Tailoring the microstructure of high-manganese steels: Mechanism-oriented material and process design, Institute of Nanotechnology, KIT, 2016, 09.12. in Karlsruhe, Germany 2016.

9/2016 C. Haase, L. A. Barrales-Mora, D. A. Molodov and W. Bleck: Mechanismenorientiertes Werkstoff- und Prozessdesign von HMnS, DGM-Regionalforum Rhein-Ruhr 2016, 02.09. in Bonn, Germany 2016.

2/2016 C. Haase, L. A. Barrales-Mora, D. A. Molodov and G. Gottstein: Microstructure and Texture Evolution in TWIP Steels, Scientific Days LABEX DAMAS 2016, 22.02. in Metz, France 2016.

06/2014 W. Bleck: Werkstoff und Prozesstechnik für neue Stähle am Beispiel des SFB 761, erweiterter Vorstand, Stahlinstitut VDEh, Düsseldorf, Germany

05/2014 W. Bleck: Von der Mikrostruktur zur Nanostruktur - Werkstoff- und Prozesstechnik für neue Stähle. Ringvorlesung im Simulationswissenschaftlichen Zentrum, TU Clausthal, Germany LINK: http://video.tu-clausthal.de/film/477.html

11/2012 W. Bleck: SFB 761 - Stahl ab initio - neue Methoden des Werkstoffdesigns, invited talk beim Institutsseminar des Instituts für Werkstoffwissenschaften der Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany

05/2012  W. Bleck: Neue Methoden zum Design hochfester kalt umformbarer Stähle. Leibniz-Institut für Festkörper- und Werkstoffforschung, Dresden, Germany

 

 

Gastvorträge

Im Rahmen des SFB 761 wurden folgende Gastvorträge gehalten:

9/2017: A. Togo, Klausurtagung SFB 761 in Hildesheim 2017: Software development and database for crystals (mainly Phonons); Kyoto University

7/2016: M. Huang: Deformation mechanisms of TWIP steel: from micro-pillars to bulk samples; University of Hong Kong

7/2016: P. E.J. Rivera-Diaz-Del-Castillo: Relationship between early processing and properties in bearing Steels: the effects of inclusions, area readuction and micro Segregation; University of Cambridge

10/2012: A.H. Romero Castro: Designing Materials from Scratch: Probing Theoretical Methods; Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del Instituto Politècnico Nacional (Cenvestav) Unidad Querétaro, Mexico

09/2012: S. Brinckmann: Sequential and Concurrent Multiscale Simulations of Metal Fracture; Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany

09/2012: S. Lozano-Perez: High-Resolution Characterisation of Stress Corrosion Cracking in Stainless Steels; Oxford University, UK

09/2012: D. J. Jarvis: New Materials & Energy Research, ESA: Metallurgy Europe

08/2012: B.-J. Lee: Multi-Scale, Semi-Empirical Atomistic Approaches for Structural Materials Research; POSTECH, Pohang University of Science and Technology, South Korea

08/2012: M. Morales-Silva: Quantum Monte Carlo Methods; Lawrence Livermore National Lab, CA, USA

08/2012: K. Nakano: Analysis of the Initiation of Plastic Deformation in Fe-C Alloys; National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Tsukuba, Japan

07/2012: M. Asta: Dynamics of Grain-Boundary Motion Studied by in-situ Elektron Microscopy and Molecular Dynamics Simulations; University of California and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, USA

07/2012: S. Korte: Plasticity in Hard Materials - Probing Deformation Mechanisms by Micromechanical Testing across Sizes and Temperatures; Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany

07/2012: A. Barnoush: Micro- and Nanomechanical Tesitng under Simulated Environmental Conditions; Saarland University, Saarbrücken, Germany

07/2012: G. Winther: Microstructure, Slip Systems and Plastic Anisotropy; Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby, Denmark

06/2012: A. Dianat: First-Principle Simulations of Materials Properties; TU Dresden, Germany

05/2012: A. Haschibon: Modeling and Simulation of Solid-Solid and Solid-Liquid Interfaces; Fraunhofer Institute for Mechanics of Materials IWM, Freiburg, Germany

05/2012: S. Bargmann: Modeling and Simulation of Polycrystalline Metals Based on Extended Crystal Plasticity; University of Dortmund, Germany

04/2012: R. Groeger: Atomic-Level Foundations of the Plastic Deformation of bcc Metals; Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Institute of Physics of Materials, Brno, Czech Republic

04/2012: H. Kitaguchi: Understanding the Effect of Carbon and Carbides on Mechnical Properties and Developing a Strategy to Achieve Full Carbon Quantification using EELS and APT; Oxford University, UK

04/2012: O. Cheiliakh: The Creation and Strengthening of New Effective Functional Metastable Alloys Based on Effect of Phase Transformations Induced by Deformation; Pryazovskyi State Technical University, Mariupol, Ukraine

03/2012: T. Ohmura: Indentation-Induced Plasticity of Metals with Various Lattice Defects; National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Tsukuba, Japan

03/2012: I. Watanabe: Numerical Prediction of Deformed Microstructure Subjected to Plastic Forming with Two-Scale Finite Element Analysis; National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Tsukuba, Japan

03/2012: K. Verbeken: Evaluation of Hydrogen Trapping in Iron-Based Alloys by Thermal Desorption Spectroscopy; Ghent University, Belgium

02/2012: E. Spiecker: Bridging Length Scales in Transmission Electron Microscopy of Materials; Center for Nanoanalysis and Electron Microscopy (CENEM), Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg

01/2012: S. Ringer: Alloy Design guided by Advanced Atom Probe Tomography and Microstructure Characterisation; Australian Centre for Microscopy & Microanalysis, University of Sydney, Australia 

12/2011: R. Sigel: Adsorption and Diffusion Dynamics at Interfaces; University Fribourg, Switzerland

12/2011: M. Militzer: Multi-scale Modelling of Phase Transformations in Steels; University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada

11/2011: J. Takahashi: Application of Atom Probe Tomography Analysis to Traditional Issues of Steel Materials; Advanced Technology Research Labs, Nippon Steel Corporation, Chiba, Japan

11/2011: G. Smith: Where are the Carbon Atoms in Martensite (2 Parts); University of Oxford, UK

10/2011: S. Naghavi: Elastic Properties of Heulser Compounds from First-Principle Calculations; Johannes Gutenberg Universität, Mainz, Germany

10/2011: K. Tsuzaki: Structural Materials Research at NIMS; National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Tsukuba, Japan

09/2011: J. B. Seol: Role of Carbon Atoms on the Deformation Behaviour of Strain-Induced Martensites in the High Mn Steels; POSTECH, Pohang University of Science and Technology, South Korea

09/2011: J. B. Seol: Atomic Scale Investigation on (Fe, Mn)3AlC Carbides Formed in High Aluminum Transformation-Induced-Plasticity Steels by Atom Probe Tomography; POSTECH, Pohang University of Science and Technology, South Korea

07/2011: A. Winkelmann: The Physics of EBSD; Max Planck Insittut for Microstructure Physics, Halle, Germany

07/2011: E. Kabliman: Ab initio-Based Mean Field Theory o the Site Occupation in the Fe-Cr Sigma Phase; Vienna University of Technology, Austria

05/2011: I. A. Abrikosov: Towards Predictive Theory for ab initio Simulations of Materials Properties; Linköping University, Sweden

05/2011: C. Scheu: Atomic Scale Analysis of Nanostructures and Interfaces; Ludwig-Maximilians Universität München, Germany

04/2011: G. Dehm: New Insights in Plasticity of Metals by Highly Localized in situ Measurements; Montanuniversität Leoben, Austria

10/2009: Solid-State Materials Chemistry between Theory, Synthesis, and Characterization; Asian Summer School, Sapporo University, Japan

07/2009: Theory of Intermetallic Materials; Cornell University, NY, USA

09/2008: Metal-rich Solids and Steel ab initio; Idaho National Laboratory, ID, USA

09/2007: Novel Solids by Theoretical and Synthetic Approaches; Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan

04/2007: Novel Solids by Theoretical and Synthetic Approaches; Oak Ridge National Laboratory, TN, USA