This 4-days course gives an introduction to modeling and simulation of stable and metastable phase equilibria and the kinetics of phase transformations in solid-state materials. It covers basic equilibrium thermodynamics and precipitation kinetics modeling, discussing both the theoretical approaches as well as practical examples. Approximately 50% of the time is spend directly on the computer to solve typical examples of phase stability, microstructure evolution and precipitation kinetics. The computational exercises are carried out with the software MatCalc.
For successful attendance of this course, basic knowledge in the fields of solution thermodynamics, diffusional phase transformations and precipitation is advantageous, but not required.
|Final Degree||Certificate of attendance granted by TU Wien|
|Language of Instruction||English|
|Duration||August 08 - 11, 2017|
|Application Deadline||July 28, 2017|
|Academic Director||Univ.Prof. Dr. Ernst Kozeschnik|
|Additional Information||www.matcalc.at (section Training Courses)|
Materials Scientists, Physicists, Chemists from research and academia working on the modeling and simulation of phase equilibria and phase transformations / precipitation kinetics in solid-state materials.
EUR 920 (free of VAT)