Dr. Marlene Kapp

Function: Maternity leave


  • Ultra-strong and damage tolerant metallic bulk materials: A lesson from nanostructured pearlitic steel wires
    A. Hohenwarter, B. Voelker, M.W. Kapp, Y. Li, S. Goto, D. Raabe, R. Pippan
    Sci Rep6, ARTN 33228 (2016)
  • Anisotropic deformation characteristics of an ultrafine- and nanolamellar pearlitic steel
    M.W. Kapp, A. Hohenwarter, S. Wurster, B. Yang, R. Pippan
    Acta Mater.106, 239-248 (2016)
  • Reversible Versetzungsbewegung in ein- und bikristallinen Kupfer-Mikrobiegebalken: Ein in situ µLaue Experiment
    M.W. Kapp
    Diplomarbeit, Montanuniversität Leoben, Oktober 2012, None (2012)
  • Investigation of reversible plasticity in a micron-sized, single crystalline copper bending beam by X-ray μLaue diffraction
    G.W. Kirchlechner Christoph
    Philosophical Magazine, 3231-3242 (2012)
  • Expected and unexpected plastic behavior at the micron scale: An in situ µLaue tensile study
    C. Kirchlechner, P.J. Imrich, W. Grosinger, M.W. Kapp, J. Keckes, J.S. Micha, O. Ulrich, O. Thomas, S. Labat, C. Motz, G. Dehm
    Acta Materialia, 1252-1258 (2012)
  • Impact of instrumental constraints and imperfections on the dislocation structure in micron-sized Cu compression pillars
    K.J. Kirchlechner Christoph
    Acta Materialia, 5618-5626 (2011)