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.
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