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Metals & Metallic Nanostructures

0547445Gregory B. ThompsonUniversity of Alabama TuscaloosaCAREER: A "Writable" Next-generation Magnetic Media Material
0639822Stefano CutaroloDuke UniversityCAREER: High-throughput search model for topological insulators with robustness descriptors
0642363Megan E. FraryBoise State UniversityCAREER: Role of Grain Boundary Character on Dynamic Recrystallization
0644835Xinghang ZhangTexas Engineering Experiment StationCAREER: 3 Dimensional Geometry of Particles and Fatigue Crack Initiation and Growth in Al-Cu Alloys
0645246Tongguang ZhaiUniversity of Kentucky Research FoundationCAREER: Quantitative Understanding of the Effects of Micro- and Macro-texture on Fatigue Crack Initiation and Early Growth in high Performance Alloys
0645246Tongguang ZhaiUniversity of Kentucky Research FoundationCAREER: Quantitative Understanding of the Effects of Micro- and Macro-texture on Fatigue Crack Initiation and Early Growth in high Performance Alloys
0703994Amiya K. MukherjeeUniversity of California-DavisFundamental Understanding of Superplasticity in Nanocrystalline Metals
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
0747658Frederic SansozUniversity of Vermont & State Agricultural CollegeCAREER: Microstructure and Size Effects on Metal Plasticity at Limited Length Scale
0748267Julia R. GreerCalifornia Institute of TechnologyCAREER: Experimental Investigation of Plasticity at Nano-scale
0803270Huseyin SehitogluUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignTwinning Studies via Experiments and DFT-Mesoscale Formulation
0804020Michael E. McHenryCarnegie-Mellon UniversityRoom Temperature Magnetocaloric Materials without Rare Earth Elements
0804528Richard P. VinciLehigh UniversityFracture at the Microscale
0804610David N. SeidmanNorthwestern UniversityPhase-partitioning and site-substitution patterns of molybdenum in a model Ni-Al-Mo superalloy
0804615Pascal BellonUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignControl of Kinetic Processes in Irradiated Alloys through Compositional Patterning
0804744Jeffrey E. ShieldUniversity of Nebraska-LincolnNovel Nanostructures for High-Energy Permanent Magnets
0804765Katayun BarmakCarnegie-Mellon UniversityThe A1 to L10 Transformation in FePt Films with Ternary Alloying Additions
0804833 Ji-Cheng ZhaoOhio State University Research Foundation -DO NOT USEHigh-Throughput Measurements for High-Fidelity Thermodynamic Databases
0805064David C. DunandNorthwestern UniversityCollaborative Research: Enabling Magnetoplasticity in Polycrystalline Ni-Mn-Ga by Reducing Internal Constraints Through Porosity
0805144Nikhilesh ChawlaArizona State UniversityMechanical Shock Behavior of Pb-free Solder Joints
0805295James E. WittigVanderbilt UniversityThe Influence of Stacking Fault Energy on the Phase Transformations and Deformation Mechanisms in Iron-Manganese Alloys
0806753Kevin J. HemkerJohns Hopkins UniversityMaterials World Network: Development of Ni-base Superalloys for MEMS Applications
0806924Holger SchmidtUniversity of California-Santa CruzMaterials World Network: Magnetization dynamics of single curved nanomagnets
0845645Dong SonTexas A&M Research FoundationCAREER: Local lattice strain tunes local lattice vibration in nanocrystals
0845868Michele ManuelUniversity of FloridaCAREER: Towards Room Temperature Formability in Magnesium Alloys
0854166Sivaraman GuruswamyUniversity of UtahStructure-Composition-Magnetostriction Correlations in Strong and Ductile Fe-Based Alloys with large Low-Field Magnetostriction
0855009Terence G. LangdonUniversity of Southern CaliforniaHigh-Pressure Torsion and Nanostructured Materials
0855969Karl SieradzkiArizona State UniversityMorphology Evolution During Nanoparticle Dealloying
0856199Kenneth F. KeltonWashington UniversityRelations between Structure, Phase Formation and Phase Transitions in Supercooled Metallic Liquids and Glasses
0856229Eric ChasonBrown UniversityReal-time studies of tin surface and grain structure show where whiskers initiate
0856622Michele ManuelUniversity of FloridaUltrafine-Grained TiAl-Based Alloys for High Temperature Applications
0901838Michael E. KassnerUniversity of Southern CaliforniaBackstress, the Bauschinger Effect and Cyclic Deformation
0904096Gary S. CollinsWashington State UniversityProperties of solute atoms in intermetallic compounds
0904188En (Evan) MaJohns Hopkins UniversityApproaching the Ideal Elastic Limit of Metallic Glasses
0905229Ian BakerDartmouth CollegeImproving the Ductility of Fe30Ni20Mn35Al15 via Cr Additions
0905979T.G. NiehUniversity of Tennessee KnoxvilleEvaluate amorphous-crystalline interface strength
0906663John R. ScullyUniversity of Virginia Main CampusCorrosion Mechanisms In Amorphous Solid Solution Alloys: Role(s) of Minor Alloying Elements
0906703Pascal BellonUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignCrystallographic Textures Induced by Dry Sliding Wear in Metals
0906744Wojciech DmowskiUniversity of Tennessee KnoxvilleCollaborative Research: Probing Atomic Structure Changes in Deformation of Metallic Glasses
0906892Joost J. VlassakHarvard UniversityA study of the work-hardening behavior of metallic thin films
0906994Sreeramamurthy AnkemUniversity of Maryland College ParkStrain Rate Effects on Interstitial Diffusion Controlled Twinning in Alpha- Titanium
0907024Peter M. AndersonOhio State University Research Foundation Multilayer Thin Films: Probing Nanoscale Plasticity
0907075Heinrich JaegerUniversity of ChicagoHighly sensitive nanoparticle-based detectors
0907122Hugh A. BruckUniversity of Maryland College ParkPrinciples for Formation of Transversely Modulated Heterophase Nanostructures
0907196Horacio D. EspinosaNorthwestern UniversityDeformation and Fracture of Metallic Nanostructures - In-situ TEM Experiments and Atomistic Models
0907378David F. BahrWashington State UniversityEffects of Point Defects on Dislocation Nucleation
0907561Michael J. MillsOhio State University Research Foundation GOALI: Mechanisms of Defect Generation During Martensitic Transformation in NiTi-based Shape Memory Alloys
0907614Anatoliy O. PinchukUniversity of Colorado at Colorado SpringsSize and Morphology Dependence of the Hamaker Constant for Noble Metal Nanoparticles
0907616Matthew N. CavalliUniversity of North Dakota Main CampusTransient Liquid Phase (TLP) Bonding of 321 Stainless Steel
0908767Laura H. LewisNortheastern UniversityMaterials World Network: Influence of Film Thickness on the FeRh Magnetostructural Transition
0909037Peter K. LiawUniversity of Tennessee KnoxvilleMaterials World Network: Structures and Mechanical Behavior of Amorphous Solids
0909170Ibrahim KaramanTexas Engineering Experiment StationMaterials World Network: U.S.-Japan Research Collaboration in Meta-Magnetic Shape Memory Alloys with Enhanced Ductility and Controlled Porosity
0934920David E. NiklesUniversity of Alabama TuscaloosaSynthesis and Phase transformation studies of MnBi alloy nanoparticles
0939392Indranath DuttaWashington State UniversityEAGER: Fracture Properties of Lead Free Solder Joints under Dynamic Loading Conditions
0953733Casey W. MillerUniversity of South FloridaCAREER: Magnetocaloric Effect of High Entropy Alloys
0955236Kip O. FindleyColorado School of MinesCAREER: The Stability and Influence of Metastable Retained Austenite During Fatigue of Advanced Steel Alloys
0955338Andrea M HodgeUniversity of Southern CaliforniaCAREER: Stability in Highly Nanotwinned Cu
0964812Philip G. NashIllinois Institute of TechnologyThermodynamics of Shape Memory and Heusler Alloys
0968825K. Linga MurtyNorth Carolina State UniversityTransitional creep mechanisms in textured low c/a-ratio hcp metals under biaxial loading
1003004David P. FieldWashington State UniversityA Triple Junction Distribution Function
1003901Jonah D. ErlebacherJohns Hopkins UniversityLimits of Tunability in Dealloyed Nanoporous Metals
1005334John H. PerepezkoUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonEAGER: Nanocrystallization Kinetics of Amorphous Al Alloys
1005677Ronald O. ScattergoodNorth Carolina State UniversityThermal Stabilization and Mechanical Properties of nc Fe-Ni-Cr Alloys
1005762Donald S. StoneUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonGOALI: Rare Earth Additions for Improving Mg Alloys in Automotive Applications
1005813Robert S. AverbackUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignForce chemical mixing during severe plastic deformation
1006077Jian-Min ZuoUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignGold Nanocrystals on Stepped Rutile Surfaces
1006160John W. MorrisUniversity of California-BerkeleyCleavage Crack Deflection in Lath Martensitic Steel
1006194Jiangyu LiUniversity of WashingtonGOALI: Nanoscale Characterization and Manipulation of Magnetoelastic Coupling and Magnetic Domains by Novel Quantitative Scanning Probe Microscopy
1006487Hamish L FraserOhio State UniversityThe Role of Instabilities on Microstructural Evolution in Titanium Alloys
1006557Zi-Kui LiuPennsylvania State Univ University ParkHigh strength Mg alloys with self assembled atomic pillar nanoprecipitates
1006656Thomas R. BielerMichigan State UniversityGOALI: Continuous Incremental Dynamic Recrystallization Mechanism Promotes Cracking in Solder Joints (3-D X-ray Diffraction)
1006784Surya R. KalidindiDrexel UniversityGOALI: Improved Magnesium Alloys for Automotive Applications
1006876Yashashree KulkarniUniversity of HoustonStrength and Stability of Nanotwinned FCC Metals
1006953Sammy TinIllinois Institute of TechnologyGOALI: Fundamentals of Strengthening in Ni-Al-Nb y-y' -d Alloys
1008222Daniel S. GianolaUniversity of PennsylvaniaMaterials World Network: Quantifying the Role of Impurities that Control Stress-Driven Grain Growth in Nanocrystalline Metals
1008659Tresa PollockUniversity of California-Santa BarbaraNew Intermetallic Strengthened Cobalt Alloys
1035188Burton PattersonUniversity of FloridaTopology of Grain Growth
1042734Wendelin WrightBucknell UniversityCAREER: Shear Banding in Bulk Metallic Glasses
1055073Qizhen LiUniversity of Nevada RenoCAREER: Synthesis, Microstructure, and Properties of Novel Magnesium-based Nanoporous Materials
1056293Daniel S. GianolaUniversity of PennsylvaniaCAREER: Mechanics of Ultra-Strength Nanomaterials: Revealing Deformation Mechanisms
1056704Daniel LewisRensselaer Polytechnic InstituteCAREER: Grain Topology Dynamics in Three Dimensions
1063489Kannan M. KrishnanUniversity of WashingtonSpin behavior and critical length scales in epitaxial exchange-bias systems
1103730Miguel Jose-YacamanUniversity of Texas at San AntonioAlloys at the Nanoscale; The Case of Nanoparticles Second Phase
1104610Carl V. ThompsonMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyStress Evolution During Deposition of Solid Thin Films
1104667Yuntian ZhuNorth Carolina State UniversityGrain Size Effect on Twin Formation and Grain Boudnary Structure in Nanocrystalline Copper
1105081Daryl C. ChrzanUniversity of California-BerkeleyGum Metal: a Continuously Dislocated Solid
1105173Robert M. SuterCarnegie-Mellon UniversityNew X-ray Microscopy Characterizes Thousands of Crystals Inside Bulk Materials During Processing
1105681Mitra TaheriDrexel UniversityCollaborative Research: Determination of Ni-Fe-Cr Species Dependent Transport Through Control of Temperature, Irradiation, and Grain Size
1105757Jôrg M. WiezorekUniversity of PittsburghNanoscale Observation of Growth Mode Changes During Al(Cu)-alloy Rapid Solidification
1107117Carl J. BoehlertMichigan State UniversityMaterials World Network: The Deformation Behavior of a RE-containing Mg Alloy
1107667Chunfei LiClarion University of PennsylvaniaEAGER: Fabrication of Quasicrystalline Nanoparticles
1108211Thomas R. BielerMichigan State UniversityMaterials World Network: Quantifying Local Shears in Pure Ti grains with SEM and Crystal Plasticity Finite Element (CPFE) Simulation to Assess Damage
1108396Joseph H. Ross Jr.Texas A&M University Main CampusMaterials World Network: New developments in Energy Havesting: US-China collaboration on Magnetocaloric Effect Materials
1128818Jun LouWilliam Marsh Rice UniversityEAGER: Probing Deformation Mechanism Transition of Metals at the Nanoscale
1135176K. S. Ravi ChandranUniversity of UtahEAGER: Exploiting Electrochemically-induced Phase Transformations in Mg-Li Thin Film Electrodes for Ultra-high Capacity Energy Storage


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