Dr.-Ing. Duancheng Ma
Duancheng Ma graduated from RWTH-Aachen in 2007, then pursued his doctorate degree advised by Prof. Dierk Raabe at Max-Planck Institute für Eisenforschung GmbH (MPIE) in Düsseldorf. He obtained his Dr.-Ing. title with distinction in 2011. Afterwards he stayed at MPIE as a staff scientist working on and leading a variety of topics and projects. After 3 years industrial experience at Light Metals Technologies Ranshofen GmbH in Austria, in 2019 he joined the group of Simulation and Modelling led by Prof. Erik Bitzek.
Research Interest and Focus
Duancheng Ma studied materials science and engineering, specialized in computational materials science. His research interest and focus lie in the development and application of mechanistically based computational methods for the behavior prediction of materials during production and service.
Element-resolved local lattice distortion in complex concentrated alloys: An observable signature of electronic effects
In: Acta Materialia 216 (2021), Art.Nr.: 117135
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Solving Material Mechanics and Multiphysics Problems of Metals with Complex Microstructures Using DAMASK—The Düsseldorf Advanced Material Simulation Kit
In: Advanced Engineering Materials (2020), Art.Nr.: 1901044
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DAMASK – The Düsseldorf Advanced Material Simulation Kit for modeling multi-physics crystal plasticity, thermal, and damage phenomena from the single crystal up to the component scale
In: Computational Materials Science 158 (2019), S. 420-478
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Elastic properties of Mn-rich α intermetallic phase in engineering aluminum alloys: An ab initio study
In: Journal of Applied Physics 124 (2018), Art.Nr.: 085109