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Multiscale modeling of materials


  • Problems of paramount scientific and technological interest in Materials Science need accurate and reliable modeling, analysis and simulation of multiscale physical systems. Let us quote crack motion taking materials microstructure into account, dislocation dynamics and epitaxial growth. Our research tries to advance basic understanding of these phenomena along different lines. In particular, we are interested in the following topics:

    • Discrete models for two and three dimensional dislocations and cracks in crystals with cubic and hexagonal symmetry.

    • Hybrid multiscale numerical models for diagnosis and optimal structural design of materials

    • Multiscale descriptions of heteroepitaxial growth taking into account the substrate strain field.

    • Inverse problems and imaging techniques for crack detection schemes and automatic control of the epitaxial growth process.

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