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Differential Geometry and Continuum Mechanics Knowledge Transfer Afternoon

Differential Geometry and Continuum Mechanics Workshop - KT afternoon.

During the forthcoming Differential Geometry and Continuum Mechanics Workshop there will be a KT afternoon. This session will focus on the themes of the workshop with particular application in the area of manufacturing techniques. The programme for the session is provided below. 


If you are interested in attending, please contact Dawn.Wasley  (Dawn.Wasley@icms.org.uk)






2.30-2.40pm                  Brief Intro/Welcome

                                          Hector Basoalto (University of Birmingham/PRISM)


2.40-3.10pm                 Phase field modelling of microstructures of engineering alloys

                                        Nils Warnken (University of Birmingham)


3.10-3.40pm                 Process and Materials Modelling                                      

                                        Jean-Christophe Gebelin (Doncasters Group Ltc)


3.40-4.10pm                 Coffee Break


4.10-4.40pm                  Micromechanics of Engineering Materials

                                         Hector Basoalto (University of Birmingham/PRISM)


4.40-5.10pm                  Open Discussion

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International Centre for Mathematical Sciences (ICMS)
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15 South College Street, Edinburgh

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