Faculty

Michael Falk

Professor

Vice Dean of Undergraduate Education

Secondary Appointment: Mechanical Engineering; Physics and Astronomy

Research Interests

Computational Materials Science, Structural Materials, and Optoelectronic & Magnetic Materials

Education
  • Ph.D. 1998, University of California, Santa Barbara
  • Other Master's Degree (MSE) 1991, Johns Hopkins University
  • B.A. 1990, Johns Hopkins University
Experience
  • 2013 - Present:  Professor, Materials Science and Engineering; Mechanical Engineering; Physics, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD
  • 2014:  Visiting Researcher, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, FRANCE
  • 2014 - 2014:  Chaire Joliot, Chaire Total, École Supérieure de Physique et de Chimie Industrielles (ESPCI), Paris, FRANCE
  • 2009 - 2013:  Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering; Physics, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD
  • 2008 - 2013:  Associate Professor, Materials Science and Engineering, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD
  • 2011 - 2011:  Chaire Joliot, École Supérieure de Physique et de Chimie Industrielles (ESPCI), Paris, FRANCE
  • 2010 - 2010:  Program Organizer, Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA
  • 2006 - 2008:  Associate Professor, Applied Physics, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
  • 2006 - 2008:  Associate Professor, Materials Science and Engineering, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
  • 2003 - 2006:  Dow Corning Assistant Professor, Materials Science and Engineering, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
  • 2000 - 2006:  Assistant Professor, Applied Physics, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
  • 2000 - 2006:  Assistant Professor, Materials Science and Engineering, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
  • 2005 - 2005:  Program Organizer, Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA
  • 1998 - 2000:  Postdoctoral Fellow, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
  • 1999:  Visiting Scholar, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD
Research Areas
  • Accelerated molecular dynamics methods (Hyperdynamics)
  • Long time scale kinetic Monte Carlo methods for predicting nanostructure evolution in semiconductors and battery compounds
  • Nanotribology: Atomic scale physics of frictional sliding
  • Plastic deformation and failure in glasses and nano-crystalline solids
  • Simulation of mixing in metallic multilayer thin films
Awards
  • 2011:  Diversity Recognition Award, Johns Hopkins Institutions Diversity Leadership Council
  • 2008:  NOGLSTP Educator Award
  • 2005:  1938E Award (College of Engineering, University of Michigan)
  • 2005:  Jon R. and Beverly Holt Award for Excellence in Teaching (University of Michigan)
  • 2005:  Outstanding Student Group Advisor Award, Epeians Engineering Leadership Society (University of Michigan)
  • 2004:  Founding Member, UM Engineering Teaching Academy
  • 2002:  Best Classroom Climate Award (UM Society of Women Engineers)
  • 2002:  New Century Scholar, NSF Faculty Development Program
  • 2002:  NSF CAREER Award
  • 2002:  Poster Award Winner, Materials Research Society, Fall Meeting
  • 2000:  APS Nicholas Metropolis Award for Outstanding Dissertation in Computational Physics
  • 1995:  DOE Computational Sciences Graduate Fellow
  • 1991:  Luce Scholarship
  • 1990:  Phi Beta Kappa
Journal Articles
  • Falk, M. L., Magana, A. J., Vieira, C., Reese, M. J., Alabi, O., Patinet, S. (2017).  Affordances and Challenges of Computational Tools for Supporting Modeling and Simulation Practices.  Computer Applications in Engineering Education.
  • Falk, M.,  Vieira, C.,  Magana, A., Garcia, R. (2017).  Writing In-Code Comments to Self-Explain in Computational Science and Engineering Education.  ACM Transactions on Computing Education.
  • Roy, A., Cheng, Y., Falk, M. (2016).  Amorphous ZnO-Based Compounds as Thermoelectrics.  The Journal of Physical Chemistry C.  120(5).  2529-2535.
  • Yi, P., Cammarata, R., Falk, M. (2016).  Atomistic simulation of solid solution hardening in Mg/Al alloys: Examination of composition scaling and thermo-mechanical relationships .  Acta Materialia .  105.  378 - 389.
  • Jiang, T., Rudraraju, S., Roy, A., Van der Ven, A., Garikipati, K., Falk, M. (2016).  Multiphysics Simulations of Lithiation-Induced Stress in Li1+xTi2O4 Electrode Particles.  The Journal of Physical Chemistry C.  120(49).  27871-27881.
  • Hinkle, A. R., Falk, M. (2016).  A small-gap effective-temperature model of transient shear band formation during flow.  JOURNAL OF RHEOLOGY.  60(5).  873-882.
  • Magana, A. J., Falk, M., Vieira, C., Reese, Jr., M. (2016).  A case study of undergraduate engineering students’ computational literacy and self-beliefs about computing in the context of authentic practices.  COMPUTERS IN HUMAN BEHAVIOR.  61.  427-442.
  • Patinet, S., Vandembroucq, D., Falk, M. (2016).  Connecting Local Yield Stresses with Plastic Activity in Amorphous Solids.  PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS.  117(4).
  • Hufnagel, T., Schuh, C. A., Falk, M. (2016).  Deformation of metallic glasses: Recent developments in theory, simulations, and experiments.  ACTA MATERIALIA.  109.  375-393.
  • Ireland, R. M., Liu, Y., Guo, X., Cheng, Y. T., Kola, S., Wang, W., Yang, R., Falk, M., Jones, T., Katz, H. (2015).  ZT>0.1 Electron-Carrying Polymer Thermoelectric Composites with in-situ SnCl2 Microstructure Growth.  Advanced Science.
  • Kim, W. K., Falk, M. (2014).  A practical perspective on the implementation of hyperdynamics for accelerated simulation.  Journal of Chemical Physics.  140(4).
  • Ding, J., Patinet, S., Falk, M., Cheng, Y., Ma, E. (2014).  Soft spots and their structural signature in a metallic glass.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America.  111(39).  14052-14056.
  • Jin, Y., Shao, C., Kieffer, J., Falk, M., Shtein, M. (2014).  Spatial nonuniformity in heat transport across hybrid material interfaces.  Physical Review B.  90(5).
  • Guan, P., Lu, S., Spector, M. J., Valavala, P. K., Falk, M. (2013).  Cavitation in Amorphous Solids.  Physical Review Letters.  110(18).
  • Xu, R., Falk, M., Weihs, T. (2013).  Interdiffusion of Ni-Al multilayers: A continuum and molecular dynamics study.  Journal of Applied Physics.  114(16).
  • Magana, A., Falk, M., Reese, M. (2013).  Introducing Discipline-Based Computing in Undergraduate Engineering Education.  ACM Transactions on Computing Education.  13(4).  16.
  • Liu, Y., Guan, P. F., Zhang, B., Falk, M., Katz, H. (2013).  Ion Dependence of Gate Dielectric Behavior of Alkali Metal Ion-Incorporated Aluminas in Oxide Field-Effect Transistors.  Chemistry of Materials.  25(19).  3788-3796.
  • Jiang, T., Falk, M. (2012).  Calculations of the thermodynamic and kinetic properties of Li1+xV3O8.  Physical Review B.  85(24).
  • Vempati, U. K., Valavala, P. K., Falk, M., Almer, J., Hufnagel, T. (2012).  Length-scale dependence of elastic strain from scattering measurements in metallic glasses.  Physical Review B.  85(21).
  • Rizzi, F., Salloum, M., Marzouk, Y. M., Xu, R. G., Falk, M., Weihs, T., Fritz, G., Knio, O. M. (2011).  BAYESIAN INFERENCE OF ATOMIC DIFFUSIVITY IN A BINARY NI/AL SYSTEM BASED ON MOLECULAR DYNAMICS.  Multiscale Modeling & Simulation.  9(1).  486-512.
  • Kim, W. K., Falk, M. (2011).  Role of intermediate states in low-velocity friction between amorphous surfaces.  Physical Review B.  84(16).
  • Kim, W. K., Falk, M. (2010).  Accelerated molecular dynamics simulation of low-velocity frictional sliding.  Modelling and Simulation in Materials Science and Engineering.  18(3).
  • Puchala, B., Falk, M., Garikipati, K. (2010).  An energy basin finding algorithm for kinetic Monte Carlo acceleration.  Journal of Chemical Physics.  132(13).
  • Park, K., Shibutani, Y., Falk, M., Lee, B., Lee, J. (2010).  Shear localization and the plasticity of bulk amorphous alloys.  Scripta Materialia.  63(2).  231-234.
  • Falk, M., Maloney, C. E. (2010).  Simulating the mechanical response of amorphous solids using atomistic methods.  European Physical Journal B.  75(4).  405-413.
  • Kim, W. K., Falk, M. (2009).  Atomic-scale simulations on the sliding of incommensurate surfaces: The breakdown of superlubricity.  Physical Review B.  80(23).
  • Kim, H. J., Emge, A., Winter, R. E., Keightley, P. T., Kim, W. K., Falk, M., Rigney, D. A. (2009).  Nanostructures generated by explosively driven friction: Experiments and molecular dynamics simulations.  Acta Materialia.  57(17).  5270-5282.
  • Park, K., Lee, C., Lee, M., Fleury, E., Falk, M., Lee, J. (2009).  Paradoxical phenomena between the homogeneous and inhomogeneous deformations of metallic glasses.  Applied Physics Letters.  94(2).
  • Shi, Y., Falk, M. (2008).  A computational analysis of the deformation mechanisms of a nanocrystal-metallic glass composite.  Acta Materialia.  56(5).  995-1000.
  • Puchala, B., Falk, M., Garikipati, K. (2008).  Elastic effects on relaxation volume tensor calculations.  Physical Review B.  77(17).
  • Park, K., Lee, C., Wakeda, M., Shibutani, Y., Falk, M., Lee, J. (2008).  Elastostatically induced structural disordering in amorphous alloys.  Acta Materialia.  56(19).  5440-5450.
  • Kim, H. J., Kim, W. K., Falk, M., Rigney, D. A. (2008).  MD Simulations of microstructure evolution during high-velocity sliding between crystalline materials (vol 28, pg 299, 2008).  Tribology Letters.  31(1).  67-67.
  • Yim, J. T., Falk, M., Boyd, I. D. (2008).  Modeling low energy sputtering of hexagonal boron nitride by xenon ions.  Journal of Applied Physics.  104(12).
  • Lee, S., Lee, C., Lee, J., Kim, H., Shibutani, Y., Fleury, E., Falk, M. (2008).  Structural disordering process of an amorphous alloy driven by the elastostatic compression at room temperature.  Applied Physics Letters.  92(15).
  • Shi, Y., Katz, M. B., Li, H., Falk, M. (2007).  Evaluation of the disorder temperature and free-volume formalisms via simulations of shear banding in amorphous solids.  Physical Review Letters.  98(18).
  • Falk, M. (2007).  Materials science - The flow of glass.  Science.  318(5858).  1880-1881.
  • Kim, H. J., Kim, W. K., Falk, M., Rigney, D. A. (2007).  MD simulations of microstructure evolution during high-velocity sliding between crystalline materials.  Tribology Letters.  28(3).  299-306.
  • Shi, Y., Falk, M. (2007).  Simulations of nanoindentation in a thin amorphous metal film.  Thin Solid Films.  515(6).  3179-3182.
  • Shi, Y., Falk, M. (2007).  Stress-induced structural transformation and shear banding during simulated nanoindentation of a metallic glass.  Acta Materialia.  55(13).  4317-4324.
  • Shi, Y. F., Falk, M. (2006).  Atomic-scale simulations of strain localization in three-dimensional model amorphous solids.  Physical Review B.  73(21).
  • Shi, Y., Falk, M. (2006).  Does metallic glass have a backbone? The role of percolating short range order in strength and failure.  Scripta Materialia.  54(3).  381-386.
  • Bodapati, A., Treacy, M. M., Falk, M., Kieffer, J., Keblinski, P. (2006).  Medium range order and the radial distribution function.  Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids.  352(2).  116-122.
  • Chou, C., Falk, M. (2006).  Multiscale diffusion Monte Carlo simulation of epitaxial growth.  Journal of Computational Physics.  217(2).  519-529.
  • Garikipati, K., Falk, M., Bouville, M., Puchala, B., Narayanan, H. (2006).  The continuum elastic and atomistic viewpoints on the formation volume and strain energy of a point defect.  Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids.  54(9).  1929-1951.
  • Albano, F., Falk, M. (2005).  Shear softening and structure in a simulated three-dimensional binary glass.  Journal of Chemical Physics.  122(15).
  • Shi, Y. F., Falk, M. (2005).  Strain localization and percolation of stable structure in amorphous solids.  Physical Review Letters.  95(9).
  • Shi, Y. F., Falk, M. (2005).  Structural transformation and localization during simulated nanoindentation of a noncrystalline metal film.  Applied Physics Letters.  86(1).
  • Wu, J. H., Karthikeyan, S., Falk, M., Rigney, D. A. (2005).  Tribological characteristics of diamond-like carbon (DLC) based nanocomposite coatings.  Wear.  259(1-6).  744-751.
  • Bouville, M., Millunchick, J. M., Falk, M. (2004).  Pit nucleation in the presence of three-dimensional islands during heteroepitaxial growth.  Physical Review B.  70(23).
  • Albano, F., Lacevic, N., Falk, M., Glotzer, S. C. (2004).  Relating metallic glass mechanical properties to liquid structure.  Materials Science and Engineering a-Structural Materials Properties Microstructure and Processing.  375.  671-674.
  • Falk, M., Langer, J. S., Pechenik, L. (2004).  Thermal effects in the shear-transformation-zone theory of amorphous plasticity: Comparisons to metallic glass data.  Physical Review E.  70(1).
  • Wu, J. H., Rigney, D. A., Falk, M., Sanders, J. H., Voevodin, A. A., Zabinski, J. S. (2004).  Tribological behavior of WC/DLC/WS2 nanocomposite coatings.  Surface & Coatings Technology.  188.  605-611.
  • Rigney, D. A., Fu, X. Y., Hammerberg, J. E., Holian, B. L., Falk, M. (2003).  Examples of structural evolution during sliding and shear of ductile materials.  Scripta Materialia.  49(10).  977-983.
  • Fu, X. Y., Rigney, D. A., Falk, M. (2003).  Sliding and deformation of metallic glass: experiments and MD simulations.  Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids.  317(1-2).  206-214.
  • Riposan, A., Martin, G. K., Bouville, M., Falk, M., Millunchick, J. M. (2003).  The effect of island density on pit nucleation in In0.27Ga0.73As/GaAs films.  Surface Science.  525(1-3).  222-228.
  • Falk, M., Needleman, A., Rice, J. R. (2001).  A critical evaluation of cohesive zone models of dynamic fracture.  Journal De Physique Iv.  11(PR5).  43-50.
  • Fu, X. Y., Kasai, T., Falk, M., Rigney, D. A. (2001).  Sliding behavior of metallic glass - Part I. Experimental investigations.  Wear.  250.  409-419.
  • Fu, X. Y., Falk, M., Rigney, D. A. (2001).  Sliding behavior of metallic glass - Part II. Computer simulations.  Wear.  250.  420-430.
  • Selinger, R. L., Farkas, D., Abraham, F., Beltz, G. E., Bernstein, N., Broughton, J. Q., Cannon, R. M., Corbett, J. M., Falk, M., Gumbsch, P., Hess, D., Langer, J. S., Lipkin, D. M. (2000).  Atomistic theory and simulation of fracture.  Mrs Bulletin.  25(5).  11-14.
  • Falk, M., Langer, J. S. (2000).  From simulation to theory in the physics of deformation and fracture.  Mrs Bulletin.  25(5).  40-45.
  • Falk, M. (1999).  Molecular-dynamics study of ductile and brittle fracture in model noncrystalline solids.  Physical Review B.  60(10).  7062-7070.
  • Falk, M., Langer, J. S. (1998).  Dynamics of viscoplastic deformation in amorphous solids.  Physical Review E.  57(6).  7192-7205.
  • Stevens, M. J., Falk, M., Robbins, M. O. (1996).  Interactions between charged spherical macroions.  Journal of Chemical Physics.  104(13).  5209-5219.
  • Lee, S. J., Park, M. J., Ihm, G., Falk, M., Noh, S. K., Kim, T. W., Choe, B. D. (1993).  ELECTRONIC-STRUCTURE OF THE TRIANGULAR QUANTUM-WELL IN A TILTED MAGNETIC-FIELD.  Physica B.  184(1-4).  318-322.
  • Ihm, G., Noh, S. K., Falk, M., Lim, K. Y. (1992).  INTERFACE LOCALIZED STATES IN COUPLED SUPERLATTICES.  Journal of Applied Physics.  72(11).  5325-5328.
  • Ihm, G., Falk, M., Noh, S. K., Lee, S. J., Kim, T. W. (1992).  INVESTIGATION OF LOCALIZATION IN AN INFINITE SUPERLATTICE.  Superlattices and Microstructures.  12(2).  159-161.
  • Ihm, G., Falk, M., Noh, S. K., Lee, J. I., Lee, S. J. (1992).  OSCILLATING MAGNETIZATION OF QUANTUM-WELLS AND WIRES IN TILTED MAGNETIC-FIELDS.  Physical Review B.  46(23).  15530-15533.
  • Ihm, G., Falk, M., Noh, S. K., Lee, S. J., Kim, T. W. (1992).  QUANTUM WIRE IN A LONGITUDINAL MAGNETIC-FIELD - EFFECT OF QUANTUM CONFINEMENT ON MAGNETIZATION.  Physical Review B.  46(23).  15270-15273.
  • Ihm, G., Falk, M., Noh, S. K., Lee, S. J. (1992).  SYMMETRY-DEPENDENT LOCALIZATION IN A FINITE SUPERLATTICE.  Physical Review B.  46(15).  9564-9568.
Book Chapters
  • Falk, M., Langer, J. S. (2011).  Deformation and Failure of Amorphous, Solidlike Materials.  Annual Review of Condensed Matter Physics, Vol 2.  2.  353-373.
  • Bouville, M., Falk, M., Millunchick, J. M. (2004).  Pit nucleation in compound semiconductor thin films.  Self-Organized Processes in Semiconductor Heteroepitaxy.  794.  41-46.
  • Falk, M., Langer, J. S., Pechenik, L. (2004).  The thermal shear-transformation-zone theory: Homogeneous flow and superplasticity in bulk metallic glasses.  Amorphous and Nanocrystalline Metals.  806.  283-288.
  • Falk, M., Shi, Y. F. (2003).  Strain localization in a molecular-dynamics model of it metallic glass.  Supercooled Liquids, Glass Transition and Bulk Metallic Glasses.  754.  257-262.
  • Riposan, A., Martin, G. K., Bouville, M., Falk, M., Millunchick, J. M. (2002).  Island and pit formation during growth and annealing of InGaAs/GaAs films.  Current Issues in Heteroepitaxial Growth-Stress Relaxation and Self Assembly.  696.  201-206.
  • Falk, M. (1999).  Plastic dynamics and brittle vs. ductile failure in noncrystalline solids.  Fracture and Ductile Vs. Brittle Behavior-Theory, Modelling and Experiment.  539.  131-136.
Conference Proceedings
  • Falk, M. L.,  Vieira, C., Magana, A. ., Roy, A.,  Reese, J. M. (2016).  Exploring Undergraduate Students’ Computational Literacy in the Context of Problem Solving.  Proceedings of the 122th ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition.
  • Vieira, C., Magana, A. J., Roy, A., Falk, M., Reese, Jr., M. J. (2015).  Exploring Undergraduate Students’ Computational Literacy in the Context of Problem Solving.  2015 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition.  ASEE Conferences.  (10.18260/p.24081).
  • American Vacuum Society Meeting.  Nashville, TN.  2016
  • "Establishing a coarse-graining length-scale for stochastic multi-scale modeling of localized plastic deformation in metallic glasses", Society of Engineering Science 53rd Annual Technical Meeting.  College Park, MD.  October 2, 2016
  • Workshop on the flow of amorphous solids: from atomistic simulations to Earth Science applications.  Lyon, France.  2016
  • "Stochastic coarse-graining of amorphous solids – from molecular dynamics to continuum mechanics", 2016 European Congress on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences and Engineering.  Crete, Greece.  June 5, 2016
  • Department of Civil Engineering.  Urbana Champaign, IL.  2016
  • Materials Research Society Spring Meeting.  Phoenix, AZ.  2016
  • MRS Spring Meeting.  Phoenix, AZ.  2016
  • "Signal and noise in the mechanics of amorphous solids – Bridging from atoms to continua", Materials Research Society Spring Meeting.  Phoenix, AZ.  March 28, 2016
  • "Deformation in Metallic Glass: Connecting Atoms to Continua", Meeting of the American Physical Society.  Baltimore, MD.  March 14, 2016
  • Joint Mathematics Meeting.  Seattle, WA.  2016
  • Joint Mathematics Meeting.  Seattle, WA.  2016
  • "The Role of Dimensionality and Structural Fluctuations in Atomistically Informed Continuum Modeling of Shear Banding in Metallic Glass", Materials Research Society Fall Meeting & Exhibit.  Boston, MA.  November 29, 2015
  • Frontiers In Physics, Pattern Formation, and Complex Materials Far From Equilibrium.  Washington, DC.  2015
  • "Progress and Challenges in the Mechanics of Amorphous Solids — Bridging from Atoms to Continua", Frontiers In Physics, Pattern Formation, and Complex Materials Far From Equilibrium.  Washington, DC.  October 26, 2015
  • Progress and Challenges in the Mechanics of Amorphous Solids — Bridging from Atoms to Continua.  2015
  • Workshop on Chemical and Structural Transformations in Materials under Mechanical Load`.  Lausanne, Switzerland.  2015
  • "Bridging atomistic and continuum computational models for shear localization and failure in metallic glasses", Conference of the Engineering Mechanics Institute.  Palo Alto, CA.  June 16, 2015
  • Physics Colloquium.  Medford, MA.  2015
  • Unifying Concepts in Glass Physics VI.  Aspen, CO.  2015
  • MRS Fall Meeting.  Boston, MA.  2014
  • "Combined atomistic/continuum modeling of strain localization in metallic glass.", Materials Research Society Fall Meeting & Exhibit.  Boston, MA.  November 30, 2014
  • Colloquium.  Gainesville, FL.  2014
  • The Impact of Contextualized Computing for Materials Students.  2014
  • 7th International Conference on Multiscale Materials Modeling.  Berkeley, CA.  2014
  • Workshop on Complexity in Mechanics: Intermittency and Collective Phenomena in Disordered Solids.  Santa Barbara, CA.  2014
  • W. E. Heraeus Workshop on Nonlinear Response in Complex Systems and Nonequilibrium Liquids.  Cologne, Germany.  2014
  • Workshop on Impact of Boundaries on the Dynamics of Complex Fluids.  Lyon, France.  2014
  • Colloquium.  Leuven, Belgium.  2014
  • Colloquium.  Amsterdam, Netherlands.  2014
  • Colloquium.  Barcelona, Spain.  2014
  • Driven Disordered Systems 2014.  Grenoble, France.  2014
  • "Connecting atomistic and continuum amorphous solid mechanics using stochastic fields", Mach Conference.  Annapolis, MD.  April 9, 2014
  • Colloquium.  2014
  • Middle Atlantic Soft Matter Workshop.  Philadelphia, PA.  2014
  • MRS Fall Meeting.  Boston, MA.  2013
  • "Materials Tribology: Fundamentals, Applications and Solutions", MS&T Meeting.  Montreal, Canada.  2013
  • SISA-PIRE Workshop on Evolution Problems for Material Defects: Dislocations, Plasticity, and Fracture.  Trieste, Italy.  2013
  • CECAM Workshop on Reactive Multilayer Foils – Bridging the Gap from Thermodynamics, Modeling and Experiments.  Lausanne, Switzerland.  2013
  • CECAM Workshop on From Cooperativity in Supercooled Liquids to Plasticity of Amorphous Solids.  Zurich, Switzerland.  2013
  • École de Physique des Houches Workshop on Materials' Deformation: Fluctuations, Scaling, Predictability.  Les Houches.  2013
  • MRS Fall Meting.  Boston, MA.  2012
  • International Workshop on Computational Mechanics of Materials.  Baltimore, MD.  2012
  • 50th New England Complex Fluids Workshop.  2012
  • Workshop on Complex Dynamics of Dislocations, Defects and Interfaces.  2011
  • AVS Meeting.  Nashville, TN.  2011
  • CECAM Workshop on Multiscale Modeling of Amorphous Materials: From Structure to Mechanical Properties.  Dublin, Ireland.  2011
  • Groupe Vitreux.  2011
  • Workshop on Large Fluctuations and Collective Phenomena in Disordered Materials.  Urbana-Champaign.  2011
  • APS Meeting.  Dallas, TX.  2011
  • "In Situ Studies and Simulations of Rapid, Self-Propagating Phase Transformations in Nanolayer Foils", TMS Meeting.  February 28, 2011
  • TMS Meeting.  San Diego, CA.  2011
  • Frontiers of Engineering Education Symposium.  Irvine, CA.  2010
  • MRS Meeting.  Boston, MA.  2010
  • Colloquium.  2010
  • Sino-German workshop: Building the bridge between physics and material science in amorphous metals.  Beijing, China.  2010
  • Conference on Emerging Concepts in Glass Physics.  Santa Barbara, CA.  2010
  • Program on the Physics of Glasses.  Santa Barbara, CA.  2010
  • Exploratory workshop on Physics of Amorphous Solids: Mechanical Properties and Plasticity.  Les Houches, France.  2010
  • School on Glasses and Glass Formers.  Bangalore, India.  2010
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