2016 - Member of the National Academy of Engineering For multiscaled modelling techniques that improve fracture and deformation behavior of structural materials.
2008 - German National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina - Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina – Nationale Akademie der Wissenschaften Engineering Sciences
His primary areas of investigation include Dislocation, Condensed matter physics, Crystallography, Fracture mechanics and Mechanics. Peter Gumbsch combines subjects such as Bending, Nucleation, Transmission electron microscopy and Plasticity with his study of Dislocation. His Condensed matter physics research focuses on Crystal twinning and how it connects with Cubic crystal system.
His Crystallography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Diamond and Molecular dynamics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Instability, Brittleness, Crystallographic defect, Cleavage and Fracture toughness. His research integrates issues of Shear, Linear elasticity and Emerging technologies in his study of Mechanics.
Peter Gumbsch mainly investigates Dislocation, Composite material, Condensed matter physics, Plasticity and Crystallography. The study incorporates disciplines such as Classical mechanics, Slip, Grain boundary and Nucleation in addition to Dislocation. His study in Condensed matter physics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Ab initio and Tungsten.
His Plasticity research incorporates elements of Continuum, Mechanics, Thin film and Flow stress. His Mechanics study also includes fields such as
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Composite material, Microstructure, Tribology, Mechanics and Metamaterial. His Composite material study combines topics in areas such as Characterization and Impulse. His Microstructure study incorporates themes from Fiber-reinforced composite, Finite element method, Focused ion beam and Dislocation.
The concepts of his Dislocation study are interwoven with issues in Misorientation, Scanning electron microscope, Transmission electron microscopy, Slip and Contact mechanics. His studies in Mechanics integrate themes in fields like Nucleation, Deformation, Homogenization, Buckling and Dissipation. The various areas that Peter Gumbsch examines in his Plasticity study include Torsion, Stress field and Condensed matter physics.
Peter Gumbsch focuses on Microstructure, Plasticity, Mechanics, Composite material and Metamaterial. His work deals with themes such as Tribology, Copper, Nanocrystalline material and Deformation, which intersect with Microstructure. His Plasticity research integrates issues from Boundary value problem, Homogenization, Strain hardening exponent, Mesoscopic physics and Mean field theory.
His research in Mechanics tackles topics such as Flow stress which are related to areas like Lattice, Molecular dynamics, Phase diagram and Perpendicular. His Composite material research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Continuum and Dipole. His Dislocation research incorporates themes from Nucleation, Deformation mechanism, Strain rate, Slip and Grain size.
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Structural relaxation made simple.
Erik Bitzek;Pekka Koskinen;Franz Gähler;Michael Moseler.
Physical Review Letters (2006)
Crack propagation in b.c.c. crystals studied with a combined finite-element and atomistic model
S. Kohlhoff;P. Gumbsch;H. F. Fischmeister.
Philosophical Magazine (1991)
Interactions between non-screw lattice dislocations and coherent twin boundaries in face-centered cubic metals
Z. H. Jin;P. Gumbsch;K. Albe;E. Ma.
Acta Materialia (2008)
The interaction mechanism of screw dislocations with coherent twin boundaries in different face-centred cubic metals
Z.-H. Jin;Z.-H. Jin;P. Gumbsch;E. Ma;K. Albe.
Scripta Materialia (2006)
Melting mechanisms at the limit of superheating
Z. H. Jin;P. Gumbsch;K. Lu;E. Ma.
Physical Review Letters (2001)
The ultrasmoothness of diamond-like carbon surfaces.
Michael Moseler;Michael Moseler;Peter Gumbsch;Peter Gumbsch;Cinzia Casiraghi;Andrea C. Ferrari.
The evolving quality of frictional contact with graphene
Suzhi Li;Qunyang Li;Robert W. Carpick;Peter Gumbsch.
Anisotropic mechanical amorphization drives wear in diamond
Lars Pastewka;Stefan Moser;Peter Gumbsch;Peter Gumbsch;Michael Moseler;Michael Moseler.
Nature Materials (2011)
Dislocations Faster than the Speed of Sound
Peter Gumbsch;Huajian Gao;Huajian Gao.
Efficiency of laser surface texturing in the reduction of friction under mixed lubrication
Daniel Braun;Christian Greiner;Johannes Schneider;Peter Gumbsch.
Tribology International (2014)
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