October 21, 2016
Digital materials engineering concept executed by the DIMECC Breakthrough Materials Doctoral School with its tens of industry partners in the BSA and HYBRIDS programs aims to speed up R&D significantly. We combine solid understanding of material characteristics from micro-structure to product-level in demanding industrial application environments utilizing modern multi-scale modeling tools. Experimental research plays, however, a key role in providing the accurate data needed for the models and creating the deep fundamental understanding on critical phenomena such as wear, fracture, fatigue, friction or corrosion.
The 6th Seminar of the DIMECC Breakthrough Materials Doctoral School arranged in Tampere 26.-27.9.2016 focused on smart experimental research methods which are needed together with the multi-scale modeling to solve critical research challenges set by the industry. A world-leading expert in the field, Professor Amos Gilat, The Ohio State University, USA joined the event as a keynote speaker and key research collaborator. The industrial keynote was given by Jari Riihilahti from Metso, the company hosting the event.
Read the whole story here. Author Markku Heino
Dr. Markku Heino, Spinverse Innovation Management Oy
Program Manager, DIMECC BSA & HYBRIDS
Prof. Kenneth Holmberg, VTT
Director, DIMECC Breakthrough Materials Doctoral School
DIMECC’s industry-led doctoral school digitalizes material science
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