이석빈
Lee, Sukbin

이석빈

Department of Materials Science and Engineering(신소재공학과)

  • Multidimensional Structural Materials Lab.
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Research Interests
Microstructural evolution;computational materials science;3D materials science;advanced characterization;구조재료;금속재료;전산재료학
Lab Description
For many years, experiments and computer modeling methods have been significantly used for characterizing the microstructures of mesoscopic materials in order to study their relationship to desired properties and in order to optimize the materials design and performance. In fact, many problems related to the properties of materials, such as corrosion, fatigue crack formation, fracture, mechanical responses, piezoelectric responses, and etc, are three-dimensional in nature because most practical mesoscopic materials have a polycrystalline or multi-phase structure with significant complexity in the spatial arrangement of the microstructural units (for example, spatial and size distributions of grains and particles, grain boundary and interphase boundary character/energy distributions, orientation texture, and etc.). This is especially true for metallic and ceramic structural and functional materials, since they are subject to various processes (for example, rolling, extrusion, tempering, sintering and etc) before commercializing. Therefore, it is of great interest to characterize microstructural parameters and to reveal their effects on the properties of the materials in three dimensions for studying microstructure-property relationships.
General interests lie in, especially in meso-scale and in three-dimensions:1) generation and reconstruction of digital microstructures from simulations and experiments 2) microstructural evolution (grain growth, multi-phase coarsening, phase transformation, and etc.)3) numerical and experimental advanced characterization of microstructures4) measuring desired properties (mechanical, thermal, electric and magnetic responses) of various materials systems, generated by simulations and experiments in three-dimensions (metals, ceramics, composites for structural and functional materials) and their comparisons via experiments and simulations5) visualisation of three-dimensional data6) parallel computing simulations, and7) application of computational tools to various processes (rolling, sintering, and etc.)

Son, YoungkyunKim, Min-JiKim, Ju-YoungRollett, Anthony D.Lee, Sukbin

Article Issue Date2024-02 View24

Kim, HangeulHwang, Gyeong-SeokLee, SukbinKim, Ju-Young

Article Issue Date2023-07 View12

Kim, Min-JiOk, Hye-JinSon, YoungkyunGu, GuiyoungSuh, Dong-WooLee, Ki-SukLee, Sukbin

Article Issue Date2022-12 View10

Jeon, HansolLee, SukbinKim, Ju-Young

Article Issue Date2020-10 View16

Son, YoungkyunChung, Hyesoo BelindaLee, Sukbin

Article Issue Date2020-07 View16

Son, GaeunSon, YoungkyunJeon, HansolKim, Ju-YoungLee, Sukbin

Article Issue Date2020-01 View14

Kim, Si-HoonKim, Young-CheonLee, SukbinKim, Ju-Young

Article Issue Date2017-01 View13

Lee, SukbinRohrer, G.S.Rollett, A.D.

Article Issue Date2014-03 View19
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