Solidification Processes and Complex Structures
Our group is concerned mainly with structure and phase formation in non-equilibrium materials. Particular interests are in solidification of undercooled liquids, processing of nanocrystalline and glassy powders, high-entropy alloys, short-range atomic order and dynamics, surfaces and interfaces.
Atomic-level processes of shear band nucleation in metallic glasses (PhysRevLett)
Experimental and ab-initio molecular dynamics study of the structure and physical properties of liquid GeTe (PhysRevB)
Use of Thermophysical Properties to Select and Control Convection during Rapid Solidification of Steel Alloys using Electromagnetic Levitation on the Space Station (JOM)
Structural, electronic and kinetic properties of the phase-change material Ge2Sb2Te5 in the liquid state (Scientific Reports)
IFW authors won the MSC Impact Editor's Choice Award of Materials Science Engineering C with their paper on biocompatible Ti-based metallic glasses