Sustainability in materials and manufacturing can be categorized into three aspects:
In general, our main research focus is on the relationship between microstructure and (thermo) mechanical properties of metallic materials. More specifically, I emphasize on metallic materials design and development based on advanced characterization techniques to investigate (thermo)mechanical behavior in complex/harsh working conditions. To complete the chain of knowledge transfer into real applications, the final goal in our research is to bridge the experimental knowledge and finite element simulation, for process optimization as well as material properties prediction and optimization.
Specifically, our daily research work is within Physical & Mechanical Metallurgy, Microstructure-Properties relationship, Failure Analysis, Electron Microscopy (SEM, EBSD, EDS, WDS, FIB/SEM, ...), Micro/Macro Metal Forming, Thermomechanical Processing, Heat treatment, Metals Deformation, Materials Characterization, Precision Engineering, Numerical and Analytical Modeling. Electron microscopy and related analytical methods are our research hobbies.
School of Engineering
P.O. Box 1026
SE-551 11 Jönköping
Tel.: +46 (0) 36 10 1692
ehsan.ghassemali atsign ju.se