Computer-aided Materials Engineering (CME)

Recently, computer-aided materials engineering such as computational science and artificial intelligence technologies are attracting attention as useful tools that can accelerate the development of new materials or optimization of process design. This symposium will address recent advances in understanding, describing, and predicting material behavior for scaling the development of newly developed materials in lab to industrial levels.
In general, multiple physical phenomena simultaneous take place during manufacturing, such as heat transfer, fluid flow, phase transformation, and elastic/plastic deformations. Hence, integration of material simulation models of multiple length scales is essential to capture the process-structures-properties relations of a material during manufacturing. This symposium will bring together detailed analysis, characterization as well as computational modeling of materials from atomistic to macroscopic length scales. This symposium will also cover process optimization techniques such as artificial intelligence (AI), response surface methodology (RSM), and design of experiments (DOE). This symposium is not restricted to a specific class of materials, or their applications. Highly qualified specialists related materials processing will gather to discuss and provide new information on technical progress in this symposium.

Topics of interest include (but are not limited to)
  • All levels of modeling and computer simulations, such as first principle, molecular statics/dynamics, Monte Carlo method, dislocation dynamics, phase field method, finite element method, and their coupled techniques
  • Machine learning and artificial intelligence
  • Materials characterization
  • Design of experiments
  • Process-structure-property relationship
  • Applications in structural, energy, and smart/IT systems
Symposium Organizers

Prof. Hyoung Seop Kim
POSTECH, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Pohang, Republic of Korea
Tel +82-54-270-2150, Fax+ 82-54-279-2399

Prof. Pil-Ryung Cha
Kookmin University, Seoul, Republic of Korea
Tel +82-2-910-4656, Fax +82-2-910-4320

Prof. Hyunjoo Choi
Kookmin University, Republic of Korea
Tel +82-2-910-44287, Fax +82-2-910-4320

Related journals
Materials Transactions
ISSN: 1345-9678
eISSN: 1347-5320
SCI (I. F.1.389)