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Deep Choudhuri, PhD

Assistant Professor

Materials and Metallurgical Engineering


Research Areas

  • Solid-state phase transformations in High Entropy or Complex Concentrated Alloys (HEAs / CCAs), Magnesium and Titanium alloys
  • Dislocation plasticity and mechanics of multiphase materials
  • Atomistic simulations guided microstructural modification
  • First principles and Molecular Dynamics simulations
  • Transmission Electron microscopy
  • Integrated Computational Materials Science (ICME)
  • Crystallography and chemical bonding 

Education

PhD Materials Science and Engineering

Dissertation title: Influence of nanostructured chemicals on the microstructures and mechanical reliability of lead-free Tin-based solders

Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI

Graduation: August 2009

Bachelor’s in Technology (B Tech) 
Metallurgical and Materials Engineering,

Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur

Graduation: June 2002


Plain Language Summaries of Recent Research