New Emmy Noether by DCMS PI Dr. Marco Salvalaglio group develops innovative methods for the investigation of crystalline materials

New Emmy Noether by DCMS PI Dr. Marco Salvalaglio group develops innovative methods for the investigation of crystalline materials

On 1 March 2021, the new Emmy Noether research group “Mesoscale Material Modeling and Simulations (3MS)” started working at the Faculty of Mathematics at TU Dresden. Group leader Dr. Marco Salvalaglio, an Italian physicist and material scientist, will benefit from the interdisciplinary research environment at TU Dresden, closely cooperating with the Dresden Center of Computational…

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DCMS Online Seminar Series

DCMS Online Seminar Series

We are happy to announce that the DCMS Seminar Series continues – now online. The first presentation in the series was given on 03.12.2020 by Dr. Marco Salvalaglio (TU Dresden), who spoke about his work on Mesoscale modeling of defects and interfaces in crystals by the amplitude phase-field crystal model. On 10.12.2020, Prof. Tristan Bereau…

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Materials 4.0: A Fully Virtual Summer School

Materials 4.0: A Fully Virtual Summer School

MATERIALS 4.0: Materials Genome Engineering This year’s Summer School took place from Monday 17.08.2020 to Friday 21.08.2020 and involved more than 60 participants and 12 speakers. In order to provide the possibility to participate in the Materials 4.0 summer school 2020 under the global challenge imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic, we have decided to have…

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Research Highlight: Work of our two PIs Marco Salvalaglio and Axel Voigt on templated dewetting published in Nature Communications

Research Highlight: Work of our two PIs Marco Salvalaglio and Axel Voigt on templated dewetting published in Nature Communications

Large-scale, defect-free, micro- and nano-circuits with controlled inter-connections represent the nexus between electronic and photonic components. Through a synergic theoretical and experimental investigation, arrays of parallel ultra-long (up to 0.75 mm), monocrystalline, silicon-based nanowires, and complex, connected circuits are obtained exploiting low-resolution etching and annealing of thin silicon films on insulator. Phase-field simulations, predicting both…

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MoU with Materials Genome Initiative Center (MaGIC) signed

MoU with Materials Genome Initiative Center (MaGIC) signed

On September 27, 2019, we signed a “Memorandum of Understanding” (MoU) with the “Materials Genome Initiative Center“ (MaGIC) at der Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU). The goal of intensifying our partnership is to take advantage of the complementary synergies of DCMS and MaGIC and to establish an internationally leading research cluster in data-driven materials research….

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Seminar Dr. Lorna Stimson (Wiley Germany): A New Era for Open Research

The last year has seen an intensification of discussions about the transition to open access publishing, particularly in Europe. In January 2019, a transformational agreement was announced between Wiley and Projekt DEAL, which represents the German research community. The contract describes a “Publish and Read” model under which German research institutions are eligible for read…

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Materials 4.0 Summer School 2019

Materials 4.0 Summer School 2019

DAY ONE This first day of the Summer School Materials 4.0 – Deep Mechanics started with the Welcome and Opening ceremony. On behalf of the organization team, Prof. Gianaurelio Cuniberti, Prof. Sybille Gemming and Prof. Markus Kästner gave a warm welcome to all the participants and speakers. They introduced the ideas of DCMS and the…

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Materials 4.0 Keynote: Surya R. Kalidindi, Georgia Tech

Materials 4.0 Keynote: Surya R. Kalidindi, Georgia Tech

Materials Innovation Driven by Data and Knowledge Systems Prof. Surya R. Kalidindi Regents Professor George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering School of Computational Science and Engineering School of Materials Science and Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology Friday, August 23rd, 11:30 – 12:30 Görgesbau (Helmholtzstr. 9), room 229 Abstract: Emerging concepts and toolsets in Data…

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Materials 4.0 Keynote: Federico Zipoli, IBM Zurich

Materials 4.0 Keynote: Federico Zipoli, IBM Zurich

Accelerated Material Discovery Federico Zipoli, PhD IBM Research Division, Cognitive Computing & Industry Solutions Dept., Zurich Research Laboratory Monday, August 19th, 10:30 – 11:30 Görgesbau (Helmholtzstr. 9), room 229 Abstract: Experiments and theory have been widely used to drive the discovery novel material. In the last decades, also simulations contributed to speed up innovation. In silico experiments became…

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