Eunji Song

Amit Misra

Edward DeMille Campbell Collegiate Professor of Materials Science and Engineering

G044 Lay Auto, 1231 Beal Ave
T: (734) 764-7799



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Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Materials Science and Engineering

Academic training

B.S. (2016), Materials Science and Engineering, UNIST, South Korea

Ph.D. (2022), Materials Science and Engineering, UNIST, South Korea


Research Interests

Grain boundary plasticity

Nano/micromechanics: Nanoindentation, In-situ tensile test in SEM, DIC analysis

Microstructure analysis: SEM, EBSD, TEM, FIB


I was born and raised in South Korea.

I received Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering from UNIST, South Korea, in 2022. My research has focused on metallic interfaces (grain boundary and interphase boundary) based on nano/micromechanics.

My research experience includes microstructure designing and multi-scale mechanical testing, including rolling, sputtering, EBSD, nanoindentation, in-situ mico tensile test in SEM, fracture toughness test, and fatigue test.

My current research focuses on the grain boundary plasticity of Mg alloys by using nanoindentation, in-situ tensile test in SEM, and EBSD analysis.