Schedule and final Program

Schedule and final program

Presentations have been scheduled for Monday through Thursday with Friday just for check-out and departure.

Please note that all presentations should have a duration of 20 - 25 min and thus allow discussions of about 15 - 20 min!

Topic:Synergy
between
experiments and
simulations
Atomistic and
mesoscale
modeling
of dislocations 
Discrete -
Continuum
transitioning of
dislocation
behaviour
Analysis and
visualization of
dislocations 
Departure 
  MondayTuesday Wednesday  ThursdayFriday
Organizer: Marc LegrosLaurent
Capolungo 
Peter Ispanovity Vasily Bulatov /
Alexander
Stukowski
 
09:00 - 09:40 Christoph
Kirchlechner
Emmanuel
Clouet 
 István GromaNicolas Bertin    Checkout
and
departure
after breakfast
09:40 - 10:20 Daniel CaillardPierre-Antoine
Geslin 
Thomas Hochrainer Stefan Sandfeld 
10:20 - 10:40     coffee break
10:40 - 11:20  Jon Molina
Aldareguia
Abigail Hunter Markus Lazar Daniel
Weygand 
  
11:20 - 12:00Yu Lung Chiu Antoine Guitton Khanh Chau Le Paolo Moretti 
12:00 - 12:40 Erik Bitzek Aaron Kohnert Shaofan Li Alexander 
Stukowski 
 
12:40 - 14:15     lunch break 
14:15 - 14:55 Nicolas Combe Claude
Fressengeas 
Giacomo Po Szilvia
Kalacska 
 
14:55 - 15:35 Christian Motz Javier LlorcaKatrin Schulz Alfonso Ngan  
15:35 - 16:00     coffee break 
16:00 - 16:40 Laurent DupuyAnter El Azab Lev
Truskinovsky 
Ryan Sills  
16:40 - 17:20 Sandra
Korte-Kerzel 
Guy Makov Michael Zaiser   
17:20 - 18:00   Jaafar El-Awady   
18:00 - 19:30     dinner 
19:30  Poster sessionGuided tour of the abbey   
 last namefirst namepresentation title
Monday         KirchlechnerChristophCan cohert ∑3 twin boundaries act as dislocation sources?
CaillardDaniel In situ straining experiments in W and W-Re 
AldareguiaJon-Molina The use of diffusion couples and micropillar compression to determine alloying effects on the CRSS for slip and twinning in Mg alloys 
Chiu Yu-Lung TEM In-situ deformation of magnesium alloys 
Bitzek Erik Some critical aspects in comparing atomistic simulations with experiments on dislocation nucleation-controlled deformation of nanoobjects 
Combe Nicolas Shear coupled grain boundary migration and disconnections 
Motz Christian Micro-fatigue: Effect of sample size grain boundaries on dislocation structures and damage evolution in small scale samples 
Dupuy Laurent tba 
Korte-Kerzel Sandra Combining high resolution and large area imaging with deep learning - A new tool to understand damage in dual phase microstructures 
Tuesday          ClouetEmmanuelSecondary slip of screw dislocations in hcp zirconium 
Geslin Pierre-
Antoine
Use of thermal fluctuations of dislocations to extract parameters for
higher scale models
HunterAbigailPhase field dislocation dynamics (PFDD) for nanoscale metals
GuittonAntoineStatistical confrontation between in-situ electron channeling contrast
imaging and mesoscale polycrystal plasticity models.
KrohnertAarontba
FressengeasClaudeInterface structure and migration in the mechanics of dislocation and generalized disclination fields
LlorcaJavierAtomistic and mesoscale strategies to model of dislocation/precipitate interactions
El AzabAnterRecent progress in mesoscale plasticity modeling using continuum dislocation dynamics 
MakovGuy Dislocation motion and cross-slip in f.c.c. metals: Atomistic simulations
Wednesday         GromaIstvántba 
Hochrainer Thomas From large deformation continuum dislocation theory to damage and fracture in single crystals 
Lazar  Markus tba 
Chau Le Khanh Dislocation mediated plasticity: Theory and experiments 
Li Shaofan Geometrically-Compatible Dislocation Patterns and Multiscale Crystal Plasticity 
Po Giacomo tba  
Schulz Katrin Dislocation mediated plasticity: Theory and experiments  
Truskinovsky Lev Landau theory of crystal plasticity
ZaiserMichael Transition from laminar to turbulent flow in dislocation plasticity 
El-AwadyJaafar tba 
Thursday        BertinNicolas Geometrical and topological analysis of large discrete dislocation networks 
Sandfeld Stefan tba 
Weygand Daniel Dislocation network evolution and analysis: identifying basic mechanism from discrete dislocation dynamics simulations 
Moretti Paolo Graph theoretical methods for the characterization of dislocation microstructures 
Stukowski Alexander tba 
Kalacska Szilvia Characterization of geometrically necessary dislocations in plastically deformed metals by 3D high resolution electron backscatter diffraction (HR-EBSD) at the micron scale 
Ngan Alfonso Extracting dislocation microstructures by machine learning 
Sills Ryan Extraction and Processing of Dislocation Processes