|Present||Professor, Iowa State University ‐ Department of Materials Science and Engineering|
|Director, Ames Laboratory ‐ Ames Laboratory|
Honors and Awards
- Fellow of the Materials Research Society, 2009
- Peter G. Winchell Memorial Lecture, Purdue University, 2008
- Distinguished Lecture, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Iowa State University, 2007
- Chair of the Gordon Conference on Physical Metallurgy, 2006
- U.S. State Department/National Academies Jefferson Science Fellow, 2005–2006
- Distinguished Lecture, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Pennsylvania State University, 2005
- Burgess Memorial Lecture, Washington DC Chapter of ASM International, 2003
- Frontiers of Materials Science Lecture, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, 2002
- President of the Materials Research Society, 2002
- Visiting Fellow of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, 1996
- Fellow of the Institute of Materials of the United Kingdom, 1995
- Fellow of the American Society of Materials, 1995
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Effect of stacking fault energy on mechanism of plastic deformation ...
Modelling and Simulation in Materials Science and Engineering (2015)
Starting from a semi-empirical potential designed for Cu, we have developed a series of potentials that provide essentially constant values ...
Vacancies, twins, and the thermal stability of ultrafine-grained copper
Applied Physics Letters (2011)
Ultrafine-grained metals have impressive strength but lack the thermal stability necessary for most applications. Nano-scale, deformation twinned copper microstructures exhibit ...
Size-driven domain reorientation in hydrothermally derived lead titanate nanoparticles
Journal of Materials Research (2005)
High-resolution transmission electron microscopy studies of hydrothermally derived platelike lead titanate nanoparticles reveal that below a critical size of approximately ...