Understanding microstructural changes for the design of advanced steels

Activity: Talk or presentationTalk or presentation at a conference

Description

Dr. Carola Celada-Casero is a postdoctoral researcher in the group 'Microstructures' of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) at TU Delft. She received her Master of Science in Applied Physics in 2011 and Doctoral degree in Materials Science in 2015. Her research focusses on understanding the microstructural changes induced by thermal-/thermo-mechanical treatments to improve the mechanical properties of advanced steels. By combining experiments and simulations, she aims to quantify the influence of microstructural variables depending on the thermal treatment, such as phase fractions, sizes, composition or defects, on the mechanical behaviour of multiphase steels. This knowledge allows to exert microstructural control during the processing route in order to create multiphase advanced steels with desired characteristics.
Period12 Oct 2018
Event titleDutch Materials 2018: The annual 4TU.HTM symposium
Event typeConference
LocationUtrecht, Netherlands