Jan 26, 2018 | No Comments | By Jessica Ader
Registration is now open for Experimental Methods for High Strain Rates, a HEMI short course being taught by Professor KT Ramesh. The course will provide an overview of modern experimental methods for the characterization of the high strain rate deformation of materials, including metals, ceramics, geomaterials, polymers and composites. The first half of the course will provide a survey of the fundamental theory associated with high strain rate experimentation, while the second half of the course will focus on the manifestation of that theory through the major experimental methods in the laboratory. The course will demonstrate some of these experimental methods through hands-on exercises. A significant emphasis will be on the associated instrumentation and data analysis.
This short course will take place on March 29-30 on the JHU Homewood Campus. Get more details about the event and register here.
HEMI short courses are intensive, multi-day, educational courses taught by a master of his/her field that are appropriate for professionals, researchers, and graduate students from industry, government, national laboratories, and academia. We ask the leaders of the field to teach, to integrate both principles and practice, and to focus on the topics they find most exciting. For a listing of upcoming short courses, click here.