I am a scientist with 7+ years of international research experience in computational materials science and mechanics with strong interest and skills in data science.
Currently at UCSB, I serve as the point of contact between materials, computer, and data scientists in development of a multidisciplinary cloud-based research platform; mentor undergraduate and graduate students; interact
with scientists at Oak Ridge and Los Alamos National Labs; deliver results on projects
funded by National Science Foundation and Office of Naval Research as well as develop ideas for attracting further research funding.
University of California, Santa Barbara (2017 - Present)
- Materials Scientist with the Beyerlein and Pollock groups.
- BisQue/Materials: cloud-based infrastructure for 3D materials research
- Models for non-destructive evaluation of defects in 3D printed metals
- Microstructure analytics for understanding failure of aerospace superalloys
- Physics-based model for size-dependent plasticity of tantalum
Georgia Institute of Technology (2015 - 2017)
- Materials Data Scientist with the Kalidindi group.
- A new class of data-driven models for prediction of mechanical properties of metallic materials with complex internal structure
- Interactive representation of multimodal material microstructure data
- Quantitative knowledge extraction from digital image correlation experiments
Pohang University of Science and Technology (2011 - 2015)
- Graduate Research Assistant
- Research and development of new metal forming processes (“twist extrusion”) by a combination of experimental characterization and multiscale simulations
- Physics-based model for plasticity of TWIP+TRIP medium Manganese steel
Areas of expertise and skills
Materials data science and informatics
- Supervised and unsupervised machine learning
- Bayesian modeling and Gaussian processes
- Spectral representations and basis transformations
- Computational statistics
Multiscale modeling and computational mechanics
- Crystal plasticity (CPFEM, CPFFT, VPSC)
- Finite element methods (ABAQUS, DEFORM) and CAD (Autodesk Inventor)
- Homogenization composite theories
Quantification of materials microstructure
- Chord length distribtuion
- Spatial correlations (n-point statistics)
- EBSD and texture analysis
Scientific illustration and visualization
- Adobe Illustrator & Photoshop
- D3.js, plot.ly,
- ParaView, Tecplot
Python, MATLAB, R, FORTRAN
- M.I. Latypov, S.R. Kalidindi, Data-driven reduced order models for effective yield strength and partitioning of strain in multiphase materials, Journal of Computational Physics 346 (2017) 242–261.
- J. Jung, J.I. Yoon, J.G. Kim, M.I. Latypov, J.Y. Kim, H.S. Kim, Continuum understanding of twin formation near grain boundaries of FCC metals with low stacking fault energy, NPJ Computational Materials 21 (2017).
- M.I. Latypov, S. Shin, B.C. De Cooman, H.S. Kim, Micromechanical finite element analysis of strain partitioning in multiphase medium manganese TWIP+TRIP steel, Acta Materialia 108 (2016) 219–228.
- M.I. Latypov, Y. Beygelzimer, R. Kulagin, V. Varyukhin, H.S. Kim, Toward architecturing of metal composites by twist extrusion, Materials Research Letters 3 (2015) 161–168.
- B. Jin, T. Lim, S. Ju, M.I. Latypov, D.-H. Pi, H.S. Kim, M. Meyyappan, J.-S. Lee, Investigation of thermal resistance and power consumption in Ga-doped indium oxide (In2O3) nanowire phase change random access memory, Applied Physics Letters 104 (2014) 103510.
- B. Jin, T. Lim, S. Ju, M.I. Latypov, H.S. Kim, M. Meyyappan, J.-S. Lee, Ga-doped indium oxide nanowire phase change random access memory, Nanotechnology 25 (2014) 055205.
- M.I. Latypov, D.J. Lee, H.-G. Jeong, J.B. Lee, H.S. Kim, Design of hierarchical cellular metals using accumulative bundle extrusion, Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A 44 (2013) 4031–4036.
- M.I. Latypov, I.V. Alexandrov, Y.E. Beygelzimer, S. Lee, H.S. Kim, Finite element analysis of plastic deformation in twist extrusion, Computational Materials Science 60 (2012) 194–200.
See also Google Scholar or full list of publications.
Marat I. Latypov
Mechanical Engineering Department
University of California, Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, CA 93106-5070
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