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At Materials Science and Engineering research is conducted on metallic and ceramic materials covering the whole chain Processes – Structures – Properties. The activities include experimental work as well as modeling on different length scales.


Most downloaded paper in materials research

A paper by Ziyong Huo, R. Prasath Babu, Peter Hedström and Joakim Odqvist from the Department of Materials Science, became the top downloaded article among all articles published in Materials Science Journals in 2018. Since the paper was first published online 25 January 2018 it has been downloaded 6.3K times.

Microstructure evolution during tempering of martensitic Fe–C–Cr alloys at 700 °C, Journal of Materials Science, Mater Sci (2018) 53: 6939.

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Highlights in Materials Science 2018

Impressive results when steel meets Artificial Intelligence

It’s time for the steel industry to take yet another step into the future: HiMat Engineering is bringing artificial intelligence into the mix. This not only saves time and money, but is also better for the environment. Image: The team behind HiMat Engineering

Interiör från stålverket Finkl Steel, Chicago, USA. Foto: Payton Chung, DC, USA.

New breakthrough on high entropy alloys

Congratulations to our colleagues Shuo Huang, Wei Li, Song Lu, Xiaoqing Li and Levente Vitos (MSE), He Huang and Dongyoo Kim (former postdocs at MSE), as well as to our collaborators Erik Holmström (Sandvik) and Se Kyun Kwon (Pohang University) for their breakthrough achievements in understanding the mechanical properties of high entropy alloys. The results are published in Nature Communications.


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Foto: Payton Chung, DC, USA

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