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CAREER: Synthesis, Microstructure, and Mechanical Behavior of Metallic Thin Films with Nanoscale Growth TwinsXinghang Zhang, Texas Engineering Experiment Station, DMR 0644835

  • Explore dislocation - twin boundary interaction via in situ nanoindentation in TEM

  • Investigate nanotwins in Ag films

Work hardening of nanotwinned Cu

Epitaxial nanotwinned Ag films

Multiplication of dislocation at twin boundary in nanotwinned Cu

Acta Mater., 2011.

Script Mater, Acta Mater. 2011.


CAREER: Synthesis, Microstructure, and Mechanical Behavior of Metallic Thin Films with Nanoscale Growth TwinsXinghang Zhang, Texas Engineering Experiment Station, DMR 0644835

Education

OsmanAnderoglu (Ph.D. in 09). Now a postdoctor at Los Alamos.

Nan Li (Ph.D. in 2010). A postdoctor at Los Alamos

Nan Li won the Acta Mater. Student paper contest award, 2011.

Dan Bufford (Ph.D. candidate). NSF IGERT Fellow, Work on nanotwinned Ag films.

Yue Liu (defended MS. in 2010). Continue for Ph.D. to work on in situ nanoindentation.

  • Broader impact

  • Hosted 2 minority summer undergraduate

  • students (Matai Wilson, and Cassandra Lee Gutierrez) to work on nanoindentation, TEM sample preparations.

  • Collaborate with A. Misra et al through CINT

  • Journal articles: 3 in Acta Mater., 1 in Scripta Mater. (10-11)

  • Numerous presentations at TMS, and MRS.

  • Invited talks at Zhejiang University and Hefei University of Technology

  • Adjunct professor at Hefei University of Technology


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