Eric Charkaluk

Research and Teaching in Mechanics and Materials

CNRS, Ecole Polytechnique

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About me

After completing a PhD with the PSA Group within the LMS in 1996, I joined the company as a research engineer on issues related to the thermomechanical behavior of materials until 2002. Today, senior research scientist (Directeur de Recherche) at CNRS and Associate Professor at the École Polytechnique, my research focuses more specifically on the study of the mechanical behavior of metallic materials and fatigue damage at different scales. My research combines a theoretical part implemented by numerical modeling and simulations, with an experimental part which is recently oriented towards metallic materials obtained by additive manufacturing (3D printing).

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My current research topics

Forging Hot Iron
Hot Wrought Iron Rod
Iron Worker

Additive Manufacturing

Microstructures

Deformation mechanisms

Fatigue damage

Multi-physics couplings

Thermomechanics

Mechano-chemistry

Electromagnetism

Mechanics for electronics

Assemblies

Aging and durability

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Ecole Polytechnique, Laboratoire de Mécanique des Solides, 91128, Palaiseau, France

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