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Department: Atomistic Modelling and Simulation
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In my project, I focus on the influence of defects and interfaces on the structural stability in Ni-based superalloys and model the electronic structure by utilizing atomistic simulation methods. This includes high-throughput and large-scale simulations employing ab-initio methods, analytic bond-order potentials, and molecular dynamics. As a part of project C1 of SFB / TR 103 I investigate the effect of refractory elements on extended defects on extended defects in Ni-based superalloys.
Structural trends superalloys
- I. Pietka, R. Drautz, T. Hammerschmidt
strucscan: a lightweight Python-based framework for high-throughput material simulation. Journal of Open Source Software, 7, 4719, (2022)
Isabel Pietka, Ralf Drautz, Thomas Hammerschmidt
Partitioning of transition metals to the γ and γ’ phase of Co-based superalloys
4th Young Material Researchers' day, Bochum, Germany
Isabel Pietka, Mariano Forti, Aparna Subramanyam, Alesya Burakovskaya, et al.
Modelling of extended defects in superalloys
Young Researchers Meeting, Kloster Irsee, Germany
Python-based framework for high-throughput material simulation
2019. M.Sc., Physics, Ruhr-Universität Bochum
2017. B.Sc., Physics, Ruhr-Universität Bochum