Prior to his appointment at Boise State University in 2011, Dr. Yaqiao Wu was an assistant scientist at Ames Laboratory at Iowa State University. He earned a Ph.D. from the Institute of Metal Research at the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and both an M.S. and B.S. from Shenyang Polytechnic University. Dr. Wu's research interests are in materials design, synthesis, property analysis, nanoscale structure and chemistry characterization, establishing connections between structure, chemistry and behavior through transmission electron microscopy and atom probe tomography techniques. He has written for the Journal of Applied Physics and other scholarly publications, and presented at conferences such as the annual Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials. He is a member of the Minerals, Metals & Materials Society and the Materials Research Society.
Effective Grain Pinning Revealed by Nanoscale Electron Tomography (with W. Tang, K. W. Dennis, N. Oster, R. W. McCallum, I. E. Anderson, and M. J. Kramer), Journal of Applied Physics (2011)
The grain pinning behavior of TiC particles in a rapidly solidified MRE-Fe-B (MRE = Nd...
Studies of Microstructure and Magnetic Properties in Sintered Mixed Rare Earth (MRE) -Fe-B Magnets (MRE = Nd+La+Dy) (with W. Tang, K. W. Dennis, N. T. Oster, M. J. Kramer, I. E. Anderson, and R. W. McCallum), Journal of Applied Physics (2011)
Sintered [Nd(0.45)(La(r)Dy(1))(1/(r+1)*0.55)](2.6)Fe(14)B magnets (r = 1 to 3) were studied. Magnetic properties and microstructures of...
Anomalous Scattering in Superconducting Indium-Doped Tin Telluride (with A. S. Erickson, T. H. Geballe, I. R. Fisher, and M. J. Kramer), Condensed Matter (2010)
Results of resistivity, Hall effect, magnetoresistance, susceptibility and heat capacity measurements are presented for single...
Effective Grain Pinning Revealed by Nanoscale Electron Tomography (with W. Tang, K. W. Dennis, N. Oster, R. W. McCallum, I. E. Anderson, and M. J. Kramer), 55th Annual Conference on Magnetism & Magnetic Materials (2010)