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Mohammadreza Jandaghi


My research focuses on thermodynamically-guided design of sustainable lightweight alloys for additive manufacturing, coupled with unveiling their structure-properties through advanced electron microscopy techniques and mechanical testing.

Design of sustainable alloys through additive manufacturing

The development of high-strength lightweight alloys is essential for reducing fuel consumption and mitigating greenhouse gas emissions, particularly in aerospace and automotive industries.

Advances in thermodynamic simulations and 3D printing technologies have expanded materials engineers' capabilities to fabricate near-net shape components with innovative compositions and enhanced properties.

Within the framework of the WISE program for sustainability, our objective is to design the next generation of eco-friendly alloys with competitive mechanical strength and simplified compositions (easy-recycling alloys) using powder bed fusion AM techniques.

Research Background

My research has focused on investigating the phase transformations, deformation mechanisms, and corrosion behavior of processed alloys through severe plastic deformation, 3D printing, welding and joining, and thermal treatments. My research interests encompass:

  • Additive manufacturing (AM)
  • Alloy design/development
  • Electron Microscopy
  • Thermodynamic modeling
  • High-life fatigue alloys
  • Failure analysis


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