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Postdoctoral Associate

Contact details

Laboratoire SIMaP-GPM2
Domaine Universitaire - BP 46
101 Rue de la Physique
38402 St Martin d'Heres

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Research activities

Behavior by Design
Architectured materials
Crystal plasticity
In situ mechanical testing
Metal additive manufacturing

Behavior by Design

Behavior by design is a novel design strategy employed to create innovative architectured materials with original plastic behaviors, through metal additive manufacturing. New architectures, such as the Ti-6Al-4V lattice structure below, are tailor-made by considering a target plastic behavior, typically with an unusual shape, which brings new functionalities to the material. A key aspect of the method is the control of how local deformation fields evolve in the architecture depending on the interplay between geometrical, surface and microstructural effects. A multi-field mapping approach (strain, stress, microstructure) featuring in situ deformation experiments is used to develop fundamental mechanisms in the architecture, leading to the novel macroscopic behaviors.


2017 - Postdoctoral Associate, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Cambridge, MA, USA)
2015 - Ph.D., Arts et Métiers ParisTech (Paris, France)
2012 - Research Assistant, Max-Planck-Institute (Düsseldorf, Germany)
2011 - M.Sc. & Ingénieur civil des mines (Saint-Etienne, France)


ORCID ID Marc FIVEL     Research Gate Marc FIVEL    

E. Plancher, L. Héraud, P. Lhuissier, R. Dendievel, D. Fabrègue, J.-J. Blandin and G. Martin, Towards behavior by design: a case study on corrugated architectures, Materials and Design, vol. 166, 107604, 2019.

E. Plancher, N. Vonk, K. Qu and C. C. Tasan, Devices and Methods for Holding a Sample for Multi-Axial Testing, Provisional patent, filed with U.S. Ser. No. 62/641 961, March 12, 2018.

T. Vermeij, E. Plancher and C. C. Tasan, Preventing damage and redeposition during focused ion beam milling: The “umbrella” method, Ultramicroscopy, vol. 186, pp. 35-41, 2018.

E. Plancher, V. Favier, C. Maurice, E. Bosso, N. Rupin, J. Stodolna, D. Loisnard, J.-B. Marijon, J. Petit, J.-S. Micha, O. Robach and O. Castelnau, Direct measurement of local constitutive relations, at the micron scale, in bulk metallic alloys, Journal of Applied Crystallography, vol. 50, pp. 940-948, 2017.

E. Plancher, J. Petit, C. Maurice, V. Favier , L. Saintoyant , D. Loisnard, N. Rupin, J.-B. Marijon, O. Ulrich, M. Bornert, J.-S. Micha, O. Robach and O. Castelnau, On the accuracy of elastic strain field measurements by Laue microdiffraction and HR-EBSD : a cross-validation experiment, Experimental Mechanics, vol. 56, pp. 483-492, 2016.

F. G. Zhang, O. Castelnau, M. Bornert, J. Petit, J.-B. Marijon and E. Plancher, Determination of deviatoric elastic strain and lattice orientation by applying digital image correlation to Laue microdiffraction images: the enhanced Laue-DIC method, Journal of Applied Crystallography, vol. 48, pp. 1805-1817, 2015.

E. Plancher, C. C. Taşan, S. Sandloebes and D. Raabe, On dislocation involvement in Ti–Nb gum metal plasticity, Scripta Materialia, vol. 68, pp. 805-808, 2013.

A. González, A. Dasari, B. Herrero, E. Plancher, J. Santarén, A. Esteban and S.H. Lim, Fire retardancy behavior of PLA based nanocomposites, Polymer Degradation and Stability, vol. 97, pp. 248-256, 2012.

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Date of update March 10, 2020

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