“The Laboratoire d’Etude des Microstructures” (LEM), a CNRS/ONERA joint research unit, develops fundamental studies in materials physics with the aim of understanding the formation of microstructures and nanostructures, their evolution and associated macroscopic properties. The approach combines theoretical developments, experimental observations and advanced modelling.
CPFEM simulations of grain size effect in FCC polycrystals: a new approach based on surface GND density
Speaker : Maoyuan Jiang
Date and Location:Monday 09/03/20 14h00, LEM meeting room (E2.01.20), Châtillon.
Speaker : Nicola Viganò
Date and Location : Friday 21/02/20, 14h00 LEM meeting room (E2.01.20), Châtillon.
Study of deformation mechanisms during creep at 1050°C/120MPa in MC2 and MCNG nickel base superalloys
Speaker: Dr. Moustafa Benyoucef
Date and Location : Tuesday 10/12/19, 10h30 LEM meeting room (E2.01.20), Châtillon.
Coupling Bragg Coherent Diffraction Imaging (BCDI) and Molecular Dynamics to investigate nanostructure
Speaker : Dr. Maxime Dupraz
Date and Location : Monday 25/11/19, 14h00 LEM meeting room (E2.01.20), Châtillon.