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Metals & Metallic Nanostructures

0606448Alexander O. AningVirginia Polytechnic Institute and State UniversitySimultaneous Synthesis and Consolidation of Amorphous Alloys
0906994Sreeramamurthy AnkemUniversity of Maryland College ParkDetermination of Creep Mechanisms and Modeling Low Temperature Creep of Two-Phase Titanium Alloys
0805293Raymundo ArroyaveTexas Engineering Experiment StationComputational and Experimental Design of Novel CoNiGa High Temperature Shape Memory Alloys (HTSMAs)
0605911Michael AtzmonUniversity of Michigan Ann ArborRoom-temperature Flow At Shear Bands In A Metallic Glass
0505774Ian BakerDartmouth CollegeStudy of the Yield Anomaly of Fe2MnAl by In-Situ Straining in a TEM
0804765Katayun BarmakCarnegie-Mellon UniversityUltrahigh Density Magnetic Recording Media: The A1 to L10 Transformation in FePt Films with Ternary Alloying Additions
0804765Katayun BarmakCarnegie-Mellon UniversityThe A1 to L1_0 Transformation in FePt Films with Ternary Alloying Additions
0736218Michel W. BarsoumDrexel UniversitySGER: Mg Nanograins that do Not Coarsen Even Upon Melting
0733526Lawrence H. BennettGeorge Washington UniversitySGER: Magnetic Interactions Between Mesoscopic Ferromagnetic Metallic Nanoparticles: Aftereffect Measurements and Preisach Modeling of Magnons
0907122Hugh A. BruckUniversity of Maryland College ParkPrinciples for Formation of Transversely Modulated Heterophase Nanostructures
0706178Robert C. CammarataJohns Hopkins UniversitySelf-Patterning of Metal Islands on a Buckled Substrate with a Delaminated Overlayer
0737883K. S. Ravi ChandranUniversity of UtahSGER: Exploiting Anomalous Diffusion at Polymorphic Transitions for Large Ingress of Elements and Deeper Surface Coatings in Metals
0817507Eric ChasonBrown UniversitySGER: Inexpensive Single Crystal Substrates for Thin Film Applications
0504781Nikhilesh ChawlaArizona State UniversityMechanical Behavior of Nanolayered Metal/Ceramic Composite Coatings
0805144Nikhilesh ChawlaArizona State UniversityHigh Strain Rate Behavior of Environmentally-Benign Pb-free Solders
0706554Daryl C. ChrzanUniversity of California-BerkeleyDirect Observation of Ideal Strength in Gum Metal
0504843Gary S. CollinsWashington State UniversityNew insight into diffusion mechanisms in compounds
0603019Nikolay Dimitrov SUNY at BinghamtonMaterials World Network: Electrochemical Processing of Nanoporous Structures for Superhydrophobic Materials and Polymer Imprinting
0742016Nikolay DimitrovSUNY at BinghamtonCAREER: Development and Application of a New Method for Epitaxial Growth of Metals, Alloys and Multilayer Structures by Surface Limited Redox Replacement
0906744Wojciech DmowskiUniversity of Tennessee KnoxvilleCollaborative Research: Probing Atomic Structure Changes in Deformation of Metallic Glasses
0551896Jeffrey W. Fergus Auburn UniversityNb/Ti Affect SOFC Interconnect Alloy Oxidation
0642363Megan FraryBoise State UniversityCAREER: Role of Grain Boundary Character on Dynamic Recrystallization
0758535Huajian GaoBrown UniversityCompeting Grain-Interior and Grain-Boundary Deformation Mechanisms in Nanocrystalline Materials and Thin Films
0854166Sivaraman GuruswamyUniversity of UtahStructure-Composition-Magnetostriction Correlations in Strong and Ductile Fe-Based Alloys with large Low-Field Magnetostriction
0605957Kurt R. HebertIowa State UniversityInjection of Vacancy-Type Defects and Hydrogen by Metallic Corrosion
0705517Todd C. HufnagelJohns Hopkins UniversityAtomic-scale elastic deformation of metallic glasses
0856199Kenneth F. KeltonWashington UniversityRelations between Structure, Phase Formation and Phase Transitions in Supercooled Metallic Liquids and Glasses
0856199Kenneth F. KeltonWashington UniversityRelations between Structure, Phase Formation and Phase Transitions in Supercooled Metallic Liquids and Glasses
0706100Jiangyu Li University of WashingtonMagnetostrictive-Piezoelectric Nanocomposites with Unusual Magnetoelectric Properties
0510180Zi-Kui LiuPennsylvania State Univ University ParkComputational and experimental investigations of Mg alloys
0506705Charles E. LymanLehigh UniversityMicrostructure-Dependent Synergy of Pt-Rh Nanoparticles
0804779Sara A. Majetich Carnegie-Mellon UniversityScanning Probe Electrical Measurements on Single Nanoparticles
0845868Michele V. Manuel University of FloridaCAREER: Towards Room Temperature Formability in Magnesium Alloys
0845868Michele V. Manuel University of FloridaCAREER: Towards Room Temperature Formability in Magnesium Alloys
0804020Michael E. McHenryCarnegie-Mellon UniversityNanostructural Evolution and Magnetic Response in the Oxidation of FeCo Nanomaterials
0702978Farghalli A. MohamedUniversity of California-IrvineThe Application Of Electron Backscatter Diffraction To The Study Of Special Boundaries In Polycrystalline And Nanocrystalline Nickel
0702978Farghalli A. MohamedUniversity of California-IrvineThe Application Of Electron Backscatter Diffraction To The Study Of Special Boundaries In Electrodeposited Nanocrystalline Nickel
0606417John E. MorralOhio State University Research FoundationComputational Modeling of Interdiffusion Microstructures
0710616Arthur T. MottaPennsylvania State Univ University ParkMaterials World Network: Kinetics of zirconium hydride precipitation and reorientation studied by synchrotron radiation
0412583K. Linga MurtyNorth Carolina State UniversityEffect Of Alloying And Heat Treatment On The Biaxial Creep Behavior Of Titanium Alloys
0907614Anatoliy O. PinchukUniversity of Colorado at Colorado SpringsSize and Morphology Dependence of the Hamaker Constant for Noble Metal Nanoparticles
0757502Shashank PriyaVirginia Polytechnic Institute and State UniversityMetal - Ceramic Core-Shell Nanostructures
0709557Caroline A. RossMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyMaterials World Network: Magnetic Properties of Mesoscopic Multilayer Rings
0849278Caroline A. RossMassachusetts Institute of TechnologySGER: Spin-Transfer-Torque Devices Based on Magnetostatically-Coupled Sub-50nm Structures
0832958Alexander L. RoytburdUniversity of Maryland College ParkSGER: New Compound Materials for Fuel Cells
0803270Huseyin SehitogluUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignTwinning Studies via Experiments and Theory
0804610David N. Seidman Northwestern UniversityOn the interplay between W and Ta atoms in Ni-based superalloys
0804610David N. Seidman Northwestern UniversityPartitioning and site-preference of transition metals (Re, Ru, Ta, W) in Ni-based superalloys
0804610David N. Seidman Northwestern UniversityEffect of tantalum on the nanostructure of Ni-Al-Cr
0605702Hans J. Seifert University of FloridaComputer Supported Design of High Temperature Ti-AI-Nb Alloys for Gas Turbine Applications
0804744Jeffrey E. ShieldUniversity of Nebraska-LincolnNovel Nanostructures for High-Energy Nanocomposite Permanent Magnets
0706446William A. SoffaUniversity of Virginia Main CampusNovel Microstructures and Enhanced Properties Through Magnetic Field Treatment and Extraordinary Thermomechanical Processing in Ferromagnetic Alloys
0805100Robert M. SuterCarnegie-Mellon UniversityTests of MacPherson-Srolovitz Grain Growth in Metallic Polycrystals
0805100Robert M. SuterCarnegie-Mellon UniversityObservation of Grain Growth in 3D
0605731Eric M. TaleffUniversity of Texas at AustinStatic and Dynamic Abnormal Grain Growth
0547445Gregory B. ThompsonUniversity of Alabama TuscaloosaCAREER: Millisecond Annealing for Achieving Optimal Microstructures Required for Next-generation Hard-Drive Materials
0704717Carl V. ThompsonMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyStructure Evolution During Volmer-Weber Growth of Metallic Films and Micro- and Nano-Structures
0308595Michael TringidesIowa State UniversityDynamics of adatoms and nanostructure formation
0726888David C. Van AkenMissouri University of Science and TechnologyAHSS:Development of Nano-acicular Duplex Steels
0706161Vijay K. VasudevanUniversity of Cincinnati Main CampusMechanisms Governing the Thermal Stability of Microstructure and Residual Stress in Surface Treated Aero Engine Alloys
0703891Yogesh K. VohraUniversity of Alabama at BirminghamMicrostructural Effects on Phase Transformations in Metals at High Pressures
0800048Yu U. WangVirginia Polytechnic Institute and State UniversitySGER: Nanotwin Microstructural Refinement Technique
0705368Manfred R. WuttigUniversity of Maryland College ParkNano Particle Rotation in Fe-Ga Alloys
0804088Younan XiaWashington UniversityShape-Controlled Synthesis of Metal Nanostructures
0706171Judith C. YangUniversity of PittsburghTransient Metal Alloy Oxidation Kinetics Visualized by In situ UHV-TEM
0645246Tongguang Zhai University of Kentucky Research FoundationCAREER: Advancement of Fatigue Damage across Grain Boundaries
0504566Ying ZhangTennessee Technological UniversityGOALI: Pt-Enriched g+g Bond Coats for Next-Generation Single-Crystal Ni-Base Superalloys
0804833Ji-Cheng ZhaoOhio State University Research FoundationHigh-Throughput Measurements for High-Fidelity Thermodynamic Databases

 

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