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系列学术讲座——美国John Allison教授
发布日期:2017-5-2 14:01:40 阅读次数:420

 

北京材料基因工程高精尖创新中心(筹)系列学术讲座

Beijing Advanced Innovation Center for Materials Genome Engineering

Seminar Series 2017

 

报告人/SpeakerJohn Allison, Professor

美国工程院院士、美国密西根大学可预测集成结构材料科学中心主任

美国矿物金属材料学会(TMS)前任主席、TMS FellowAMS Fellow

报告人工作单位/AffiliationThe University of Michigan

时间/Time

2017 5 2 (星期二) / May. 2 (Tuesday), 2017, 15:00 – 16:30 PM

2017 5 4 (星期四) / May. 4 (Thursday), 2017, 15:00 – 16:30 PM

 

联系人/Contact:郑为为副教授zhengww@skl.ustb.edu.cn

报告地点/Location:北京科技大学主楼353, 353 Main Building USTB

 

报告摘要/Abstract

题目/Title1Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME): The Next Big Thing in Structural Materials

时间/Time05/02 15:00–16:30 PM 地点/Location:主楼353

A new field of study is evolving within the materials profession called Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME). ICME has been defined as "the integration of materials information, represented in computational tools, with engineering product performance analysis and manufacturing-process simulation" (1). It promises to revolutionize the way the materials community provides input to the engineering and scientific communities. It involves development of unified materials models that integrate information across length and time scales and across knowledge domains and holds the promise of integrating analysis of manufacturing, design and materials into a holistic system. In addition to increasing the efficiency of the engineering process, ICME has significant potential for accelerating development of new materials and is thus an essential ingredient of the Materials Genome Initiative. The University of Michigan is embarked on two major initiatives that are contributing to both ICME and MGI – the Center for PRedictive Integrated Structural Materials Science (PRISMS Center) and Lightweight Innovations For Tomorrow (LIFT), a new manufacturing innovation institute for metallic materials. This presentation will provide an overview of ICME, MGI and LIFT in an attempt to make the case that ICME is the "Next Big Thing" in structural materials. I will also draw on my experience at Ford Motor Co developing and implementing Virtual Aluminum Castings, one of the first ICME Tools.

 

题目/Title2The PRISMS Framework: An Integrated Predictive Multi-Scale ICME Capability for the Global Materials Community

时间/Time05/04 15:00–16:30 PM 地点/Location:主楼353

The Center for PRedictive Integrated Structural Materials Science (PRISMS) is a major Materials Genome Initiative effort creating a unique scientific framework for accelerated predictive materials science. We envision that the PRISMS Framework will enable the rapid insertion of the latest scientific knowledge into next generation ICME tools. There are three key elements of this framework. This first is a suite of high performance, open-source integrated multi-scale computational tools for predicting microstructural evolution and mechanical behavior of structural metals. The second is The Materials Commons, a knowledge repository and virtual collaboration space for curating, archiving and disseminating information from experiments and computations. The third element of the PRISMS framework is set of integrated scientific “Use Cases” in which these computational methods are tightly linked with advanced experimental methods to demonstrate the ability of the PRISMS framework for improving our predictive understanding of magnesium alloys, in particular precipitate evolution and the influence of microstructure on monotonic and cyclic mechanical behavior. This talk will review the Center’s progress, plans and opportunities for collaboration.

 

作者简介/Speaker’s short biography

John E. Allison, is a Professor of Materials Science and Engineering at The University of Michigan where he is Director of the UofM-DOE Center for PRedictive Integrated Structural Materials Science (PRISMS). He joined the faculty in September 2010. He also serves as the ICME Technology Leader for the American Lightweight Metals Manufacturing Innovation Institute (ALMMII). Prior to that he was a Senior Technical Leader at Ford Research and Advanced Engineering, Ford Motor Company in Dearborn, Michigan, where he was employed for 27 years. At Ford he led teams developing Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME) methods, advanced CAE tools and light metals technology for automotive applications. He served as Vice-Chair of the influential National Academies Study on "ICME: A Transformational Discipline for Improved Competitiveness and National Security". He has over 177 publications and 5 patents. Professor Allison received his PhD in Metallurgical Engineering and Materials Science from Carnegie-Mellon University, his MS in Metallurgical Engineering from The Ohio State University and his BS in Engineering Mechanics from the US Air Force Academy. Dr. Allison was the 2002 President of The Minerals, Metals and Materials Society (TMS) and is a member of the National Academy of Engineering, a Fellow of TMS and ASM and a past-member of the US National Materials Advisory Board.

 

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