Prof. Huseyin Sehitoglu received his B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering from The City, University of London in 1979 (First Class Honors) and went on to receive his M.S. in 1981 and his Ph.D in 1983 in Theoretical and Applied Mechanics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He served as Director of Mechanics and Materials for the National Science Foundation from 1991-1993. He was the Head of the newly formed Mechanical Science and Engineering Department during 2004-2009. He heads the Fracture Control Program at the University of Illinois and is currently involved with NSF, Air Force, DOE, Rolls Royce and Honeywell funded research. His major areas of focus are Mechanics of Materials, Thermo-mechanical Behavior of Metals, Phase Transformations and Shape Memory, and Twinning and Slip in Metallic Materials.
Postdoctoral Research Associates
Matthias is working on high entropy alloys.
Florian is working on microscopy of interfaces.
Orcun is working on modeling slip-twin interactions and fatigue.
Sidharth is working on high temperature fatigue of stainless steels and also on high entropy alloys.
Gorkem is working on twinning in hcp metals.
Daegun is working on the use of machine learning for CRSS (Critical stress for Slip) determination.