Nov. 19th, 2021
New preprint on APFC modeling of elastic inclusions
A new preprint is available in arXiv on the modeling of elastic inclusions in APFC. A framework to include eigenstrain is presented and it is shown to match well the analytical solution of the Eshelby problem.
Oct. 7th, 2021
New paper in arXiv on PFC Dislocation Dynamics
Some milestones of research on PFC description on defect dynamics are now reported in the preprint "A phase field crystal theory of the kinematics and dynamics of dislocation lines" available in arXiv
Sept. 22nd, 2021
Paper Published in Scientific Report
The work entitled "Faceting of Si and Ge crystals grown on deeply patterned Si substrates in the kinetic regime: phase-field modelling and experiments" has been published in Scientific Report within the research activity of the EU-OpenFET project microSPIRE
Sept. 17th, 2021
Picture exhibited at "Imaging Science" - Altana Gallery
A Picture ("Tribute to Keith Hering") featuring some of the group's research will be part of the exhibition “Imaging Science - Die Schönheit der Wissenschaft” Altana Gallery-Görges Bau (TUD - University Gallery of TUD). Vernissage 17.09.2021, Exhibition open until 22.10.2021.
Sept. 15th, 2021
Welcome to Vidar, Visiting PhD student
Vidar Skogvoll, Ph.D student at Oslo university will be visiting the Institute of Scientific Computing to work closely with us on phase-field crystal modeling and simulations. Welcome!
July 29th, 2021
Paper Published in ACS Appl. Mat. Interfaces
The work on "Scalable Disordered Hyperuniform Architectures via Nanoimprint Lithography of Metal Oxides" is now published in ACS Appl. Mat. Interfaces. A step forward towards the implementation over large scales of disordered hyperuniform architectures
July 15th, 2021
Welcome to Maik, new Ph.D. Student
Maik Punke joins the group and begins his activities as research assistant to pursue his Ph.D at the Institute of Scientific Computing and Dresden Center of Computational Material Science. Welcome!
May 21th, 2021
Talk @ SIAM-MS21
The research on defect motion in binary crystalline systems has been presented at the SIAM-MS21 meeting with a talk entitled "Effect of compositional Strain and Cottrell Atmospheres in Binary Systems by amplitude PFC modeling"
May 17th-28th, 2021
SIAM - MS21 meeting
The group actively takes part to SIAM Conference on Mathematical Aspects of Materials Science. with the organization of the MS48: "Multiscale and coarse-grained modeling of crystal defects, grain boundaries, and plasticity" (20-25 May, see programme online)
May 6th, 2021
Paper published in Phys. Rev. Lett.
April 1st, 2021
Welcome to Marcello, new Ph.D. Student
Marcello De Donno joins the group and begins his activities as research assistant to pursue his Ph.D at the Institute of Scientific Computing and Dresden Center of Computational Material Science. Welcome!
March 18th, 2021
Two-paper series preprints available
The research on "Disconnection-Mediated Migration of Interfaces in Microstructures" carried out together with D. Srolovitz and J. Han is now reported in a two-paper series available as preprints: Part I: Continuum Description, Part II: Diffuse Interface Simulations
March 16th, 2021
Talk @ 91st GAMM meeting
Dr. Marco Salvalaglio gives a talk entitled "A coarse-grained phase-field crystal model of plastic motion" at the 91 GAMM Meeting, illustrating recent results of the modeling of defects dynamics with the APFC model.
March 1st, 2021
The activities of the "Emmy Noether" group begin!
The research activity funded by the DFG Emmy Noether Programme, entitled "A Mesoscale Framework for the modeling of defects and interface in crystals" begins today, March 1st 2021. We are looking forward for great research and collaborations!
June 3rd, 2021
Talk @ 7th EarthFlow Workshop - NJORD Center
The research on the modeling of Disconnection-mediated interface migration has been presented at the 7th EarthFlow Workshop organized by the NJORD Center at the univeristy of Oslo
December 23, 2020
2 back-to-back Papers Published in Math. Meth. Appl. Sci.
December 3, 2020
Contribution @ NanoSeminar (TUD)
Dr. Marco Salvalaglio illustrates the group research activities on coarse-grained modeling of crystals at the NanoSeminar, periodic appointment organized by the Institute of Material Science focusing on nanoscale material research
November 12, 2020
Proposal for the Emmy Noether Programme Accepted
The proposal of the project "A mesoscale framework for the modeling of defects and interfaces in crystals" submitted for funding within the Emmy Noether Program has been accepted. Activities will begin in 2021.
September 22-25, 2020
Research presented at the MSE congress of the DGM
Dr. Marco Salvalaglio contributed with two talks entitled "Closing the gap between atomic-scale lattice deformations and continuum elasticity within the phase-field crystal framework" and "Phase-field modeling of complex solid-state dewetting scenarios"