Congratulations, Dr. Stebner!
Congratulations, Dr. Stebner!
Congratulations to Dr. Yasuhito Suzuki on his new position as an assistant professor in the Department of Applied Chemistry at Osaka Prefecture University! Yasuhito completed his postdoctoral appointment at Mines in March. His postdoctoral research, funded by the Institute for Advanced Composites Manufacturing Innovation (IACMI), focused on the development of thermoplastic-based fiber-reinforced composites for large […]
Recent PhD recipient Ashley Bucsek has been awarded the President’s Postdoctoral Fellowship for research at the University of Minnesota in the Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics Department under Professor Richard James. The title of the fellowship proposal and research project is “The Search for Ultra Low-Hysteresis Ferroelastics for Novel Energy Conversion Devices.” This research will entail […]
On March 29, MS candidate Henry Geerlings will defend his thesis entitled “Automated Feature Extraction and Characterization in Visual Materials Data—An Additive Manufacturing Study.” Henry’s research has been funded by the Alliance for the Development of Additive Processing Technologies (ADAPT). Geerlings is seeking a job that leverages his skills and experience in computational modeling, mechanics of […]
PhD candidate Garrison Hommer will defend his thesis on March 20. Hommer’s thesis is entitled “Mechanism of Dwell Fatigue Crack Initiation in Ti-7Al Under Biaxial Tension-Tension Loads” and is the culmination of research funded by the Center for Advanced Non-Ferrous Structural Alloys (CANFSA). After graduating, Hommer’s goal is to find employment in the aerospace industry […]
Prof. Aaron Stebner and Beam Team students will present at TMS 2018 in Phoenix, March 11–15. Dr. Aaron Stebner will give two invited talks: Wednesday, Mar. 14, 9:30 a.m.: Platforms for High throughput Structure-property Characterizations to Support Machine Learning Approaches to Additive Manufacturing Wednesday, Mar. 14, 4:00 p.m.: Studying the Micromechanics of Martensitic Phase Transformations […]
We are actively recruiting 1 or 2 new PhD students or Postdocs; Strong computational/modeling experience is desired for at least one of the positions. Contact Aaron Stebner for details.
The NSF-MRI developmental program is building a new beam line for high-throughput 3DXRD techniques at the Advanced Photon Source in collaboration with Argonne National Laboratory, Carnegie Mellon University, Purdue University, and University of Utah. We are actively recruiting 2 postdocs to be located at Argonne National Lab: 1 computational/software 1 experimental/engineering Positions available for immediate start. Contact Aaron Stebner for details.
An article by Beam Team postdoc alumnus Harshad Paranjape, Professor Aaron Stebner, and Kaushik Bhattacharya of the California Institute of Technology will be published in the January 2018 issue of International Journal of Mechanical Sciences. The article is entitled “A Macroscopic Strain-Space Model of Anisotropic, Cyclic Plasticity with Hardening.”
Beam Team Research Assistant Professor Behnam Amin-Ahamdi’s article entitled “Coherency strains of H-phase precipitates and their influence on functional properties of nickel-titanium-hafnium shape memory alloys” has been accepted by Scripta Materialia and will be published in the April 2018 issue. Co-authors include Beam Team alum Joe Pauza and Prof. Stebner. Read more about Behnam’s research.