Burak Bal’s research activities combine knowledge of materials science, solid mechanics, advanced manufacturing and biomechanics. Specifically, he is an expert on: mechanical property-microstructure relationships, multi-physics and multi-scale experimental and computational mechanics of materials, hydrogen embrittlement in metallic materials, mechanical deformation and microstructure evolution, in-situ microscopy and fatigue and fracture. He is interested in game-changing materials, such as high strength steels, high entropy alloys, titanium and shape-memory alloys.

There are openings in my lab for motivated MSc/PhD candidates who are interested in materials science, solid mechanics, and biomechanics. Interested individuals can send their CV to me via e-mail. 

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Rolling Direction Inverse Polo Map and Scanning Electron Microscope Image

Oblique Frontal Collision Simulation

New Proposed Hydrogen Embrittlement Mechanism 

Finite Element Simulations 

Facilities Open to Prof. Bal's Usage 

Scanning Electron Microscope

Atomic Force Microscope

X Ray Diffraction Machine

Instron 8801 (100kN) Fatigue/Tensile Test Setup

Charpy Impact/Izod Test Setup

Micro Hardness Tester

Hardness Tester 

Polishing & Grinding Equipments

3D Printers & Scanners

3D Composite Printer 

CNC Lathe Machine

CNC Milling Machine  

Severel Computer Softwares