|2016 ‐ Present||Professor of Physics, Missouri University of Science and Technology|
|2014 ‐ Present||Senior Research Investigator, Missouri University of Science and Technology ‐ Graduate Center for Materials Research|
|2012 ‐ Present||Research Staff, Northwestern University|
|2011 ‐ 2016||Associate Professor, Missouri University of Science and Technology ‐ Physics|
|2005 ‐ 2011||Assistant Professor, Missouri University of Science and Technology ‐ Physics|
Density-functional methods, Ab-initio molecular dynamics, Structural, electronic, magnetic, optical, and mechanical properties of solids from first principles, Transparent conducting oxides, Amorphous oxide semiconductors, Advanced steels, Dilute magnetic semiconductors, and Strongly-correlated materials
Honors and Awards
- 2016: AIME Champion H. Mathewson Medal Award, TMS
- 2015: Gilbert R. Speich Award, Association for Iron and Steel (AIST)
- 2009, 2012: Faculty Research Award, Missouri S&T
- 2008: Faculty Excellence Award, Missouri S&T
- 2017: Faculty Excellence Award, Missouri S&T
- Engineering Physics II Recitations: Electricity and Magnetism (undergraduate)
- Engineering Physics I Recitations: Mechanics (undergraduate)
- Elementary Solid State Physics (upper-undergraduate elective)
- Condensed Matter Physics (graduate elective)
- Special Topics in Condensed Matter Physics (graduate elective)
- Engineering Physics I Recitation (Physics 1135)
|2002||Ph.D. in Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences ‐ Institute of Metal Physics|
|1999||M.S. in Physics, Ural State University ‐ Department of Physics|
|1997||B.S. in Physics, Ural State University ‐ Department of Physics|
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Research Works (66)
Composition-Dependent Structural and Transport Properties of Amorphous Transparent Conducting Oxides
Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics (2015)
Structural properties of amorphous In-based oxides, In-X-O with X=Zn, Ga, Sn, or Ge, are investigated using ab initio molecular dynamics ...
An Atom Probe Study of Kappa Carbide Precipitation and the ...
Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A: Physical Metallurgy and Materials Science (2014)
The influence of silicon on K-carbide precipitation in lightweight austenitic Fe-30Mn-9Al-(0.59-1.56)Si-0.9C-0.5Mo cast steels was investigated utilizing transmission electron microscopy, 3D ...
Developing a Third-Generation Advanced High-Strength Steel with Two-Stage Trip Behavior
AISTech - Iron and Steel Technology Conference Proceedings (2014)
Previous success in achieving exceptional tensile properties of >1100 MPa ultimate tensile strength and >30% elongation to failure in alloys ...
Work Hardening Behavior in Steel with Multiple TRIP Mechanisms
Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A (2013)
Transformation-induced plasticity (TRIP) behavior was studied in steel with the composition Fe-0.07C-2.85Si-15.3Mn-2.4Al-0.017N that exhibited two TRIP mechanisms. The initial microstructure ...
Electronic Properties of Layered Multicomponent Wide-Band-Gap Oxides: A Combinatorial Approach
Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics (2012)
The structural, electronic, and optical properties of 12 multicomponent oxides with layered structure RAMO 4, where R3 + = In ...
Doping Dependence of Spin-Lattice Coupling and Two-Dimensional Ordering in Multiferroic ...
Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics (2010)
We have examined a complete phase diagram of Y1-x Lu xMnO3 with 0≤x≤1 by using bulk measurements and neutron-diffraction studies. ...