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Ph.D., D.Sc. Jan Stanisław Wróbel
Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering
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Gmach Inżynierii Materiałowej, ul. Wołoska 141, pok. 302, konsultacje: wtorek godz. 10-12.
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The research area primarily includes modelling of phase stability, atomic ordering, and properties of multicomponent alloys for applications in extreme conditions, such as in fusion reactors. The main groups of investigated alloys include ferritic-martensitic steels, tungsten alloys, high-entropy alloys, and metallic glasses. The principal computational methods employed are Density Functional Theory (DFT), enabling the exploration of properties in new materials and the creation of models for simulations on higher scales. Models based on DFT results are used in Monte Carlo simulations (enabling the study of atomic ordering in alloys), molecular dynamics (enabling the examination of mechanical properties of alloys), and CALPHAD (enabling the investigation of phase stability). Statistical methods, including machine learning techniques, are applied to create models for multicomponent alloys.

Materials Engineering