Micromechanical Materials Modelling

The Chair for "Micromechanical Materials Modelling" is thematically located in between the fields of materials science, mechanics of materials and data science. This shows in our research activities as well as in our teaching activities within the international M Sc program Computational Materials Science.

Our research mission is to develop and apply a range of different modelling and simulation approaches for predicting the structure-property relationship of specimen and devices. On the lower end of the length scale these are atomistic simulation methods, on the upper end of the length scale these are continuum approaches. Additionally, experimental testing and microscopy data plays a crucial role for validation and parameterization of our models.

Data analysis and visualization represents our second research pillar besides modeling and simulation. Besides "classical" statistical methods we use machine learning approaches for extracting more information and knowledge from experiments and simulations.

 

News


September 2020 | Special Issue in Crystals






1st January 2020 I New MiMM Team Member


Flyer of the Workshop

18th December 2019 I - Announcement - Training Seminar - Maschinelles Lernen

 

 

 

 

 


Logo of the DFG28th November 2019 I DFG Fachkollegienwahl 2019




 

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