LDRD seminar: ‘Digital, Smart and Intelligent Manufacturing’
Senior Scientist Marius Stan (AMD) will discuss his Laboratory-Directed Research and Development (LDRD) sponsored work at the LDRD Seminar Series presentation Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2018, at 12:30 p.m. in Building 212, Room A157. All are welcome to attend.
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“Digital, Smart and Intelligent Manufacturing”
The objective of the LDRD project was to produce models of metal additive manufacturing (AM) covering both powder and wire feed stocks that run at speeds needed to meet practical industrial and governmental needs. Our approach consisted of two stages. The first stage calibrated and validated fine-grained physics and chemistry-based models using data from other efforts. The second stage calibrated and validated reduced-order models using the results from the fine-grained physics and chemistry-based models. The speaker expands upon the scope of the LDRD project to discuss the changing role of computation in manufacturing.
Marius Stan is a senior scientist and leader of Intelligent Materials Design in the Applied Materials Division at Argonne. He holds joint appointments with University of Chicago and Northwestern University. Stan and his group use multi-scale computer simulations, machine learning and elements of artificial intelligence to understand and predict properties of complex, multi-component materials. He has pioneered the concept of “multi-scale modeling and simulation” and has contributed to the design of advanced alloys and ceramics for energy, electronics and manufacturing applications. He is writing a book on modeling and simulation for Taylor & Francis.