Soumya Mohan


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    Georgia Institute of Technology

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    University / College Staff

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  • Biography


    Soumya Mohan

    Soumya is a post-doctoral researcher working in the MINED group. She graduated from the Ohio State University with a PhD in Welding Engineering with a thesis titled "Understanding Low Temperature Impact Toughness in 2.25Cr-1Mo steels submerged arc welds."She is from Bhopal, India and got her Bachelors degree from Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee in Metallurgical and Materials Engg. She has worked as a metallurgist in Reliance Industries, India; as well as a project assistant in Indian Institute of Science Bangalore. She is currently interested in the high throughput characterization of heirarchical mechanical properties of metals, alloys, as well as exploring mechanical properties of interfaces using OIM and Nanoindentation.

    Research Interests

    1. Mechanical properties of alloys and interfaces
    2. High throughput characterization of microstructure and local mechanical properties
    3. Materials Joining

    Work Environment

    Experimental microstructure and mechanical characterization

    Areas of Experience

    Characterization techniques: Spherical NanoIndentation, Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM)-EDS, Electron Back Scattered Diffraction (EBSD), Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM)-SEM-EDS,
    Physical Simulation: Gleeble® thermo-mechanical simulator
    Modeling and Simulation: Thermocalc® and Dictra® software for modeling thermodynamic equilibrium and precipitate growth

    Current Projects

    1. Materials Assurance of Stainless steels
    2. Effect of glass composition on the local mechanical properties of Ti-BMGMCs
    3. Analysis of Ti alpha-beta interface
    Recent Publications
    1. Surya Kalidindi, Soumya Mohan, Alicia Rossi; "Mechanical properties of mesoscale interfaces", JOM --Accepted 2015
    2.Mohan S., Babu S.S., Narayanan B., Melfi T., Schaeffer;"Investigation of Precipitate Evolution in Multi-pass Cr-Mo Steel Welds: Prediction of Alloying Element Recovery" Trends in Welding Conference, 2013.

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