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Christoph Kirchlechner

Prof. Dr. mont. Christoph Kirchlechner

Institutsleitung
IAM-WBM
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Forschungsinteressen

-          Plastizität und Bruch auf der Mikroebene

-          Mechanische Eigenschaften von Grenzflächen

-          Materialschädigung durch komplexe Belastungsszenarien

-          In situ Charakterisierung

-          Tomography (z.B. Laue Tomography)

Werdegang

seit 01.2020  Leitung IAM-WBM und Professor für nanostrukturierte Funktionsmaterialien, KIT
03.2013-12.2019  Gruppenleiter und stellvertretender Abteilungsleiter, Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH, Düsseldorf
2018  Habilitation für das Fach Materialphysik, Montanuniversität Leoben
09.2012-03.2018  Ass.Prof. Montanuniversität Leoben
2003-2011  Diplom und Doktoratsstudium Werkstoffwissenschaften, Montanuniversiät Leoben

Ausgewählte Veröffentlichungen

[1] M.K. Kini, G. Dehm, C. Kirchlechner, Size dependent strength, slip transfer and slip compatibility in nanotwinned silver, Acta Materialia 184 (2020) 120-131.

[2] C. Tian, D. Ponge, L. Christiansen, C. Kirchlechner, On the mechanical heterogeneity in dual phase steel grades: Activation of slip systems and deformation of martensite in DP800, Acta Materialia 183 (2020) 274-284.

[3] A.K. Saxena, A. Kumar, M. Herbig, S. Brinckmann, G. Dehm, C. Kirchlechner, Micro fracture investigations of white etching layers, Materials and Design 180 (2019).

[4] J. Li, G. Dehm, C. Kirchlechner, How close can indents be placed without risking an erroneous pop-in statistics?, Materialia 7 (2019).

[5] V.G. Arigela, T. Oellers, A. Ludwig, C. Kirchlechner, G. Dehm, Development of a high-temperature micromechanics stage with a novel temperature measurement approach, Review of Scientific Instruments 90(7) (2019).

[6] J. Kacher, C. Kirchlechner, J. Michler, E. Polatidis, R. Schwaiger, H. Van Swygenhoven, M. Taheri, M. Legros, Impact of in situ nanomechanics on physical metallurgy, MRS Bulletin 44(6) (2019) 465-470.

[7] X. Fang, M. Rasinski, A. Kreter, C. Kirchlechner, C. Linsmeier, G. Dehm, S. Brinckmann, Plastic deformation of tungsten due to deuterium plasma exposure: Insights from micro-compression tests, Scripta Materialia 162 (2019) 132-135.

[8] N.V. Malyar, H. Springer, J. Wichert, G. Dehm, C. Kirchlechner, Synthesis and mechanical testing of grain boundaries at the micro and sub-micro scale, Materialpruefung/Materials Testing 61(1) (2019) 5-18.

[9] N.J. Peter, T. Frolov, M.J. Duarte, R. Hadian, C. Ophus, C. Kirchlechner, C.H. Liebscher, G. Dehm, Segregation-Induced Nanofaceting Transition at an Asymmetric Tilt Grain Boundary in Copper, Physical Review Letters 121(25) (2018).

[10] N.V. Malyar, B. Grabowski, G. Dehm, C. Kirchlechner, Dislocation slip transmission through a coherent Σ3{111} copper twin boundary: Strain rate sensitivity, activation volume and strength distribution function, Acta Materialia 161 (2018) 412-419.

[11] R. Soler, S. Gleich, C. Kirchlechner, C. Scheu, J.M. Schneider, G. Dehm, Fracture toughness of Mo2BC thin films: Intrinsic toughness versus system toughening, Materials and Design 154 (2018) 20-27.

[12] G. Dehm, B.N. Jaya, R. Raghavan, C. Kirchlechner, Overview on micro- and nanomechanical testing: New insights in interface plasticity and fracture at small length scales, Acta Materialia 142 (2018) 248-282.

[13] N.V. Malyar, G. Dehm, C. Kirchlechner, Strain rate dependence of the slip transfer through a penetrable high angle grain boundary in copper, Scripta Materialia 138 (2017) 88-91.

[14] N.V. Malyar, J.S. Micha, G. Dehm, C. Kirchlechner, Size effect in bi-crystalline micropillars with a penetrable high angle grain boundary, Acta Materialia 129 (2017) 312-320.

[15] N.V. Malyar, J.S. Micha, G. Dehm, C. Kirchlechner, Dislocation-twin boundary interaction in small scale Cu bi-crystals loaded in different crystallographic directions, Acta Materialia 129 (2017) 91-97.

[16] S. Djaziri, Y. Li, G.A. Nematollahi, B. Grabowski, S. Goto, C. Kirchlechner, A. Kostka, S. Doyle, J. Neugebauer, D. Raabe, G. Dehm, Deformation-Induced Martensite: A New Paradigm for Exceptional Steels, Advanced Materials 28(35) (2016) 7753-7757.