Advanced Metallic Materials & Characterisation Laboratory
About AMMC Lab
The study of a material’s performance in terms of its integrity is important since the prevention of engineering component failure in-service is essential for safety in our daily lives. Without a study of material processing, the accurate prediction of failure is unlikely to be attainable, and hence assessing structural integrity has been our long-standing research goal.
AMMC lab focuses on investigation of materials processing and mechanical behaviour of advanced metallic materials for high value industrial applications (e.g. aerospace, automotive and bioengineering). We are interested in the fundamental question of how deformation of metallic alloys occurs on the level of individual microstructural constituents, and the more practical questions of how the (micro)mechanical deformation mechanisms can be applied to enhance the structural integrity of large-scale engineering components.
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We are currently looking for highly motivated graduate students (MS, PhD) to join our research group. Students with strong background in one of the following areas (mechanical engineering, materials engineering or materials science) are encouraged to apply. Please send a full CV via email to Prof. Jun (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Incheon National University, 119 Academy-ro, Yeonsu-gu, Incheon, 22012, South Korea
(22012 인천광역시 연수구 아카데미로 119 인천대학교 기계공학과)