During Ph.D, he focused on the experiment and modeling of as-cast microstructure and hot tearing study in commercial 7xxx aluminum alloys (an international cooperation project cooperated with Prof. L. Katgerman from Delft University of Technology). As the first author, he has published three hot tearing related research papers in Metall. Mater. Trans. A (2016-2019) and one review paper in Pro. Mater. Sci. (Recent advances in hot tearing during casting of aluminium alloys). Currently, with the support of the BiGmax project, he focuses on the atom probe tomography data analysis with the help of advanced machine learning algorithms. A recent work has been published in npj Comput. Mater.(Convolutional neural network-assisted recognition of nanoscale L12 ordered structures in face-centred cubic alloys).
Dr. Yue Li, a postdoc (2019-present) at the Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH (MPIE), Germany. Dr. Li received his Ph.D degree in materials science and engineering from the University of Science and Technology Beijing in 2019. From 2017.09 to 2018.09, as a joint training Ph.D. student, Dr. Li has studied in Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Trondheim) and SINTEF Industry (Oslo), co-financed by The Research Council of Norway and China Scholarship Council. From 2021.11, he will start his “Alexander von Humboldt Research Fellowship” to continue his research work at MPIE cooperated with Dr. Baptiste Gault.