Open Seminar "Trident in Lund – II"
This is a final whole-team open seminar for the research and education collaboration project "Microstructure design in metallic materials using deformation processing based techniques" between Sweden (Lund University, Division of Materials Engineering) and Japan (Kyoto University, Tsuji laboratory and Ritsumeikan University, Ameyama laboratory). Its main goals are to exchange results of young researchers and to evaluate progress as well as to sketch plans for future collaboration.
13:00-13:10: Opening and Welcome from host organisers.
13:10-13:40: “Crystallographic feature of hydrogen-related fracture in 2Mn-0.1C ferritic steel” Kazuho Okada, Akinobu Shibata, Yasunari Takeda, and Nobuhiro Tsuji (presented by Kazuho Okada, Kyoto University)
13:40-14:10: “Effects of Thermo-Mechanical Treatments on Ni Harmonic Structure Material” Masaya Nagata (Masaya Nagata, Ritsumeikan University)
14:10-14:40: “Phase evolution in ternary Ni-Ti-Fe powder mixtures” Victor Almblad, Tea Bertilsson, Hossein Sina (presented by Victor Almblad, Lund University)
14:40-15:10: “Revealing deformation and fracture mechanisms in harmonic-structured nickel byin situmonitoring in mechanical testing” Clément Guillon, Kevin Azim, Dmytro Orlov (presented by Clément Guillon and Kevin Azim, Lund University)
15:10-15:40: “Development of Artificial Intelligence for the analysis of Heterogeneous Microstructures” Yann Leroy, Alexandros Sopasakis, Dmytro Orlov (presented by Yann Leroy, Lund University)
15:10-15:30: Coffee Break
15:30-15:55: Reflections and discussion on cooperation beyond the STINT project.
15:55-16:00: Closing remarks