Q. Du
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    Computational Materials Sciences


Recent advances in both computational materials science and information technology during the last two decade have led to a paradigm shift for materials development towards the materials by computational design approach which promises to not only save cost but also accelerate the insertion of new materials to applications.
A critical component in the materials by computational design framework is the computational prediction of material microstructures under different processing conditions, i.e., compositional and structural inhomogeneities, which essentially control the physical and mechanical properties of a material.

Recently, we have been designing fast, robust and adaptive algorithms for the solution of a variety of applications problems in materials sciences. Our efforts include the study of:

List of collaborators: L.Chen, Z. Liu, W. Feng, M. Emelianenko, P.Yu, S. Hu, L. Zhang

Some references:

Contact  Qiang Du  2008-05-01