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Invited Speakers

Magnus Hornqvist

Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

Magnus Hörnqvist Colliander is an associate professor at the Department of Physics at Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden.

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Sean Leen

College of Engineering and Informatics, Galway

Talk Title: Towards a microstructure-sensitive, through-process model for fatigue of welded connections

Sean Leen is Professor of Mechanical Engineering at NUI Galway since 2008. He is a member of the Ryan Institute for Environment, Marine and Energy.

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Bryan Miller

Naval Nuclear Laboratory, USA

Talk Title: Understanding elevated temperature aqueous fatigue crack growth behavior in type 304/304L stainless steel through testing, advanced characterization, and multiscale modelling

Dr. Bryan D. Miller is a Principal Engineer in the Plant Materials and Laboratory Services Department at the Naval Nuclear Laboratory in West Mifflin, Pennsylvania.

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Henry Proudhon

MINES ParisTech, France

Henry Proudhon Graduated in 2001 from Ecole Centrale Lyon in France in Mechanical Engineering. He received his Ph.D. in Material Science in 2005 from INSA Lyon working on investigating fatigue cracking mechanisms with synchrotron X-ray tomography.

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Ramasubbu Sunder

Bangalore Integrated System Solutions, India

Talk Title: Sequence effects in fatigue crack growth under near-threshold flight-spectrum loading

Dr. Ramasubbu Sunder is Director of Research at BISS (P) Ltd, Bangalore, India. Professional experience includes 14 years research at the National Aerospace Laboratories, Bangalore, two years of full-time and several years of part-time association with the US Air Force Laboratory and University of Dayton Research Institute and 25 years as founder-director of BISS (P) Ltd, manufacturer of mechanical test equipment.

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Derek Warner

Cornell University, USA

Talk Title: The mechanistic view of pbf ti-6al-4v high cycle fatigue performance

Derek is the current director of the Cornell Fracture Group. The group conducts both scientific and engineering research aimed at understanding and predicting the deformation and failure of structures. A primary scientific goal of the group is to illuminate and model the underlying physical mechanisms that control the failure of engineering materials.

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Jenifer Warner

Ohio State University, USA

Jenifer (Warner) Locke is an assistant professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering and the Fontana Corrosion Center at The Ohio State University and holds the DNV-Roger W. Staehle Designated Professorship.

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