Ing. Javier Varillas Delgado, Ph.D.
|Department:||Department D 4 - Impact and Waves in Solids|
|Location:||Main Building, Dolejškova 1402/5, Praha|
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2005-2011. Bachelor degree of Civil Engineering. Polytechnic School of Zamora, University of Salamanca, Spain.
2012-2014. Master Degree in Materials Science and Engineering. School of Industrial Engineering of Barcelona, Polytechnic University of Catalonia, Spain.
2015-2019. Doctorate degree in the Faculty of Mechanics. New Technologies Research Center at the University of West Bohemia in Pilsen, Czech Republic.
2019-present. Post-doc researcher. Institute of Thermomechanics. Czech Academy of Sciences.
J. Varillas, J. Očenášek, J. Torner, and J. Alcalá. Unraveling deformation mechanisms around FCC and BCC nanocontacts through slip trace and pileup topography analyses. Acta Materialia (2017).
J. Alcalá, J. Očenášek, J. Varillas, J. El-Awady, J. M. Wheeler, and J. Michler. Statistics of intermittent plasticity in FCC and BCC crystals: strain hardening and mean dislocation swept distances across temperatures and microsample sizes (currently in revision in Scientific Reports).
J. Varillas, J. Očenášek, J. Torner, and J. Alcalá. Understanding hardness and imprint formation in low-load nanoindentations of FCC, BCC and HCP metals
(manuscript ready for submission).
J. Varillas and J. Alcalá. Dislocation avalanche emissions in FCC and BCC crystals using atomistic simulations (manuscript ready for submission).
J. Varillas and O. Frank. Factors Influencing Wrinkle Development in Graphene Sheets with Patterned Nanoprotrusions: A Molecular Dynamics Study. (in preparation)