News: Seminars

Seminar: Van Thompson, November 10, 2014

November 10, 2014

CISMMS Special Seminar    Dental Enamel: A Multi-Scale Modelling Challenge Van Thompson PhD, DDS Professor of Biomaterials, Biomimetics, & Biophotonics King’s College London Dental Institute Floor 17, Tower Wing, Guy’s Hospital London, SE1 9RT, United Kingdom [email protected]   The tooth is a unique functionally graded composite structure at several levels providing a hard and apparently self-healing […]

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Seminar: Satish I. Rao, September 3, 2013

August 30, 2013

CEIMM-HEMI joint Seminar    Use of Large-Scale Atomistic and Discrete Dislocation Dynamics Simulations for Quantifying Dislocation Behavior and Strengthening in Metallic Alloys Dr. Satish I. Rao Senior Research Scientist, UES Inc. [email protected]   Large-scale atomistic and discrete dislocation dynamics simulations are useful tools for quantifying dislocation behavior and strengthening in metallic alloys. Three examples illustrate […]

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Seminar: Dong Qian, June 4, 2013

June 18, 2013

CEIMM-HEMI joint Seminar     A Bridging Scale Space-Time Approach to Coupled Atomistic/Continuum Simulation Many engineering applications are featured by a multitude of spatial and temporal scales that poses a great challenge for design and analysis. In this talk, I will address this important subject with the development of bridging scale methods based on the […]

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Seminar: Michael Mills, April 5, 2013

April 5, 2013

  CEIMM Inaugural Seminar Characterizing Novel Deformation Mechanisms in Metallic Alloys and Importance for ICME   The national initiative on Integrated Computational Materials Engineering holds great promise for accelerating the insertion of new materials in high performance structural applications.  Achieving this aim relies upon the fidelity of materials models and their ability to capture the […]

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