January 6th, 2017

ISE Welcomes Dr. Jinsong Duan on January 11, 2017

Integrated computational engineering for advanced materials and manufacturing innovation

A Seminar by Jinsong Duan, Ph.D.

Chief scientist, General Simulation, LLC

Adjunct professor, University of Dayton

Wednesday, January 11th, 4:00 – 5:00 pm

144 Baker Systems, 1971 Neil Avenue

Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME) is an emerging materials discovery technology that seamlessly integrates materials information obtained in materials modeling, with engineering product performance prediction and manufacturing process simulation. The application of ICME significantly reduces the time and cost of the materials discovery to deployment process while improving quality.

In this talk, I present my research overview of multi-scale modeling of materials and manufacturing, and their applications in aerospace and automotive industry and clean energy. Then I discuss Ni-based super-alloy and optical nanomaterials, and show how multi-scale computational tools can be used to understand processing-structure-property-performance relationship in these materials. Finally, I brief the on-going research in development of computational methodologies for advanced composite materials and process, and highlight some future plans in ICME for Nickel-Aluminum-Bronze alloy and additive manufacturing, high efficiency solar cell, and 3D printing technology.

 Dr. Jinsong Duan has developed and applied multi-scale computational methods and high performance computing techniques to study alloys, composite, nanomaterials, additive manufacturing, and their applications in aerospace and automotive industry and clean energy. He has authored and co-authored high impact peer-reviewed publications and has given invited presentations at international conferences and industry and academia. He severs as reviewers for publications in Institute of Physics (UK) and Materials Research Society (USA). Before joining General Simulation, he held positions in Carnegie Mellon University, U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory, and Booz Allen Hamilton.