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June 28, 2023

30M Meeting of NanoMECommons & 7th ICEAF Conference

The 30M meeting of the NanoMECommons project was held on the 19th and 20th of June at the AKSS venue on Spetses Island, Greece. This closed progress meeting brought together experts from various disciplines to discuss the project’s technical advancements and future directions. The primary focus of the meeting was on the development of characterisation protocols, optimizing manufacturing processes based on characterisation feedback, and the ongoing digitalisation activities within the project.

Following the meeting, the International Conference of Engineering Against Failure (ICEAF) took place. During ICEAF, Professor Costas Charitidis, chaired a session titled “Advanced and AI-enhanced nanomechanics for material assessment and prognostics.” This session featured the latest advances in nanomechanics, materials failure assessment, and materials data analytics, with a specific focus on AI-driven solutions, as well as presentations and papers from the NanoMECommons project, showcasing the project’s contributions to the field.

Dr. Anastasia Alexandratou presented a collaborative work between NTUA, Uniroma3 and CRF undertaken in the frame of the European Project NanoMECommons. She talked about the development of a methodology enabling the correlation between microstructure and nanomechanical properties in Advanced High Strength Steels, employing the characterization techniques of Electron Backscatter Diffraction, CSM nanoindentation, combined with Machine Learning. 

Dr. George Konstantopoulos presented the Phase mapping and identification of complex multiphase CuWCrTi material using Nanoindentation testing and Nanodiffraction mapping.