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Have you ever wondered why ceramics are hard and brittle while metals tend to be ductile? Why some materials conduct heat or electricity while others are insulators? Why adding just a small amount of carbon to iron results in an alloy that is so much stronger than the base metal? In this course, you will learn how a material’s properties are determined by the microstructure of the material, which is in turn determined by composition and the processing that the material has undergone. This is the second of three Coursera courses that mirror the Introduction to Materials Science class that is taken by most engineering undergrads at Georgia Tech. The aim of the course is to help students better understand the engineering materials that are used in the world around them. This first section covers the fundamentals of materials science including atomic structure and bonding, crystal structure, atomic and microscopic defects, and noncrystalline materials such as glasses, rubbers, and polymers....

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Oct 30, 2016

Very informative and descriptive course. It encourages a person to do self calculations. Lecture and the material available are all very well explained. Would love to take similar courses.


Apr 14, 2020

However the course is good to understand the processes of the concepts of materials and the importance gathering the equations and other suggestions are good.\n\nThanks&Regards

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par Adarsh P

Apr 24, 2020

Very good course

par Dinesh K

Apr 12, 2020

Its very usefull

par Neel M S

Jul 31, 2019

Great work !

par Rhafael P

Apr 02, 2018


par Benjie L

Jul 04, 2016


par Thiago

Feb 25, 2019

very good

par kavuri v

Apr 18, 2020


par michelle t

May 13, 2019


par Shrinivas N T

Apr 18, 2020


par Blessing S R

Apr 06, 2020


par Harikrishnan

Dec 03, 2018


par Jaskaran S

Dec 11, 2017

A very good introductory course that provides a good qualitative and basic quantitative idea regarding phase transformations ranging from 1 component to multiple components. This is very essential for one to understand the conditions required to get the material of your interest to desired phase.

par Hussain D

Sep 14, 2017

Its so academical course and important but it needs more applications to be mentioned

par Preeti M

Apr 13, 2020

I have selected a free course. But I did not get the certificate

par OM S K

Apr 22, 2020

teaching could be done more better by focusing more on basics

par zaid m

Apr 09, 2020

It had a lot of knowledge to be understood about a material

par Kataria M B

May 18, 2017

very usefull to faculty member as well as students....

par Fahriesa I S

Apr 14, 2020

this is really a good course for the fundamental site

par Mr.Kiattipoom K

Jul 08, 2016

Good Course for the biginner

par Jaminson A M C

Sep 22, 2019

Is very good one course

par Harsh G

Jun 12, 2019

Nice and useful course.

par Joshua K

Nov 19, 2016

Some quiz questions ask about material that is not discussed until later lectures. Some quiz questions are vaguely worded. Course seems under construction - many later lectures unquizzed?


May 30, 2020

Material Processing course deals with the detailed study of the material processing. I found the course suitable for materials engineers either working in research in the materials and development field or to increase the knowledge in the area of materials processing. The lecture delivery and content is also very good.

par Muhammad M T

Jul 16, 2020

I enjoyed learning different phase diagrams and how to get different phase composition calculations done.I must say the professor way of delivering lecture is immensely good.Looking to enroll for other courses in the future too.Thanks Georgia tech for now

par Munawar J

May 11, 2020

I wonder I'll ever find a course as organised and resourceful as this one. One of the best courses on the web by one of the best universities in the globe. Thank you G.Tech.