Marc De Graef
Professor, Materials Science and Engineering
Research Areas: Computational Materials Science | Inorganic Functional Materials | Manufacturing & Materials Microstructure
Professor De Graef received his BS and MS degrees in physics from the University of Antwerp (Belgium) in 1983, and his Ph.D. in physics from the Catholic University of Leuven (Belgium) in 1989, with a thesis on copper-based shape memory alloys. He then spent three and a half years as a post-doctoral researcher in the Materials Department at the University of California at Santa Barbara before joining Carnegie Mellon in 1993 as an assistant professor.He is currently professor and co-director of the J. Earle and Mary Roberts Materials Characterization Laboratory.
EducationPh.D., Catholic University Leuven (Belgium)
PublicationsZ. Ding, E. Pascal, and M. De Graef, "Indexing of Electron Back-Scatter Diffraction Patterns Using a Convolutional Neural Network", Acta Materialia, 199, 370-382 (2020)
F. Wang, M.P. Echlin, A.A. Taylor, J. Shin, B. Bammes, B.D.A. Levin, M. De Graef, T.M. Pollock, and D.S. Gianola "Electron backscattered diffraction using a new monolithic direct detector: high resolution and fast acquisition", Ultramicroscopy 220:113160 (2020).
M.P. Li, A. Rai, A. Pokhrel, A. Sapotka, T. Mewes, C.K.A. Mewes, M. De Graef, V. Sokalski, "Formation of zero-field skyrmion arrays in asymmetric superlattices". Applied Physics Letters 117:112403 (2020)
C. Zhu and M. De Graef, "EBSD Pattern Simulations for an Interaction Volume Containing Lattice Defects", Ultramicroscopy, 218:113088 (2020)
I. Chesser, T. Francis, M. De Graef, and E.A. Holm. "Learning the grain boundary manifold: tools for visualizing and fitting grain boundary properties", Acta Materialia 195, 209-218 (2020)