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The main goal of M4F project is to bring together the fusion and fission materials communities working on the prediction of microstructural-induced irradiation damage and deformation mechanisms of irradiated ferritic/martensitic (F/M) steels. M4F project is a multidisciplinary one, were both modelling and experiments at different scales will be integrated to foster the understanding of complex phenomena associated to irradiation damage and to attempt to reduce the gap between the materials science activities as model and experiments, and the needed inputs on design codes

The M4F structure comprises three main domains, two of technical nature and the third one for project coordination and data management, dissemination, and cross-fertilization issues

Coordinated by Lorenzo Malerba, CIEMAT (ES)