Todd C. Hufnagel


Secondary Appointment: Mechanical Engineering

Research Interests

Structural Materials, Nanomaterials, X-Ray Scattering, 3D Microstructures, and Metals

  • Ph.D. 1995, Stanford University
  • M.S. 1991, Stanford University
  • B.S. 1989, Michigan Technological University
  • 2013 - Present:  Professor, Mechanical Engineering (secondary appointment), Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD
  • 2006 - Present:  Professor, Materials Science and Engineering, Johns Hopkins University
  • 2002 - 2006:  Associate Professor, Materials Science and Engineering, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD
  • 1996 - 2002:  Assistant Professor, Materials Science and Engineering, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD
  • 1994 - 1996:  Acting Assistant Professor, Materials Science and Engineering, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA
Research Areas
  • Amorphous and nanocrystalline materials
  • Computational materials science
  • Mechanical properties of materials
  • Metallic glasses
  • Phase transformations in solids
  • Physical metallurgy
  • Synchrotron radiation
  • Transmission electron microscopy (TEM)
  • X-ray diffraction
  • 2016:  Visiting Professor
  • 2012:  NAE Frontiers of Engineering Education Workshop
  • 2010:  Visiting Fellow
  • 2005:  Capers and Marion MacDonald Award for Excellence in Mentoring and Advising
  • 1999:  NSF CAREER Award
  • 1999:  NSF New Century Scholars Workshop
  • 1998:  US Army Research Office Young Investigator Award
  • 1989:  Engineering Society of Detroit (Scholarship)
  • 1989:  National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellow
  • 1988:  Tau Beta Pi National Engineering Honor Society
  • 1984:  Michigan Tech Scholar Award (Scholarship)
  • The ways in which materials break has long fascinated scientists and engineers and is also of tremendous practical importance. If you want to make a tough, lightweight ceramic armor you need to know how the ceramic will fracture when a projectile hits it. Similarly, if you want to understand how rock fractures due to an explosion or an earthquake, you need to understand the mechanisms of fracture.

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  • At the very heart of materials science and engineering is the idea that the properties of a material are governed by its structure, and that we can control that structure (and therefore the properties) by how we process the material. So it should be no surprise that new ways to characterize and understand the structure of materials are of great interest.

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  • Our group develops techniques to watch the structure of materials as they evolve during dynamic loading.

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  • Research in our group has covered a wide range of topics in metallic glasses, ranging from alloy design (including the development of novel metallic-glass-matrix composite materials) and studies of the atomic-scale structure to very practical studies of mechanical behavior, including both deformation and fracture.

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  • Our research group specializes in the development of x-ray techniques to solve challenging problems like this, primarily using synchrotron radiation.

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Journal Articles
  • Hufnagel, T., Schuh, C. A., Falk, M. (2016).  Deformation of metallic glasses: Recent developments in theory, simulations, and experiments .  Acta Materialia .  109.   375-393 .
  • Hufnagel, T., Denisov, D., Lorincz, K., Wright, W. J., Nawano, A., Gu, X., Uhl, J. T., Dahmen, K., Schall, P. (2016).  Universal slip dynamics in metallic glasses and granular matter-linking frictional weakening with inertial effects.  Scientific Reports.
  • Hufnagel, T., Liu, J., Kirchhoff, J., Zhou, L., Zhao, M., Grapes, M., Dale, D., Tate, M., Philipp, H., Gruner, S., Weihs, T. (2016).  X-ray reflectivity measurement of interdiffusion in metallic multilayers during rapid heating.  Journal of Applied Physics.
  • Wright, W. J., Liu, Y., Gu, X., Van Ness, K. D., Robare, S. L., Liu, X., Antonaglia, J., LeBlanc, M., Uhl, J. T., Hufnagel, T., Dahmen, K. A. (2016).  Experimental evidence for both progressive and simultaneous shear during quasistatic compression of a bulk metallic glass.  JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS.  119(8).
  • Uhl, J. T., Pathak, S., Schorlemmer, D., Liu, X., Swinderman, R., Brinkman, B. A., LeBlanc, M., Tsekenis, G., Friedman, N., Behringer, R., Denisov, D., Schall, P., Gu, X., Wright, W. J., Hufnagel, T., Jennings, A., Greer, J. R., Liaw, P. K., Becker, T., Dresen, G., Dahmen, K. A. (2015).  Universal Quake Statistics: From Compressed Nanocrystals to Earthquakes.  Scientific Reports.  5.
  • Hufnagel, T. (2015).  METALLIC GLASSES Cryogenic rejuvenation.  Nature Materials.  14(9).  867-868.
  • Antonaglia, J., Wright, W. J., Gu, X., Byer, R. R., Hufnagel, T., LeBlanc, M., Uhl, J. T., Dahmen, K. A. (2014).  Bulk Metallic Glasses Deform via Slip Avalanches.  Physical Review Letters.  112(15).
  • Slaughter, S. K., Kertis, F., Deda, E., Gu, X., Wright, W. J., Hufnagel, T. (2014).  Shear bands in metallic glasses are not necessarily hot.  Apl Materials.  2(9).
  • Lambert, P. K., Hustedt, C. J., Vecchio, K. S., Huskins, E. L., Casem, D. T., Gruner, S. M., Tate, M. W., Philipp, H. T., Woll, A. R., Purohit, P., Weiss, J. T., Kannan, V., Ramesh, K., Kenesei, P., Okasinski, J. S., Almer, J., Zhao, M., Ananiadis, A. G., Hufnagel, T. (2014).  Time-resolved x-ray diffraction techniques for bulk polycrystalline materials under dynamic loading.  Review of Scientific Instruments.  85(9).
  • Hufnagel, T., Vempati, U. K., Almer, J. D. (2013).  Crack-Tip Strain Field Mapping and the Toughness of Metallic Glasses.  Plos One.  8(12).
  • Barron, S. C., Kelly, S. T., Kirchhoff, J., Knepper, R., Fisher, K., Livi, K. J., Dufresne, E. M., Fezzaa, K., Barbee, T. W., Hufnagel, T., Weihs, T. (2013).  Self-propagating reactions in Al/Zr multilayers: Anomalous dependence of reaction velocity on bilayer thickness.  Journal of Applied Physics.  114(22).
  • 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).
  • Sullivan, K. T., Piekiel, N. W., Wu, C., Chowdhury, S., Kelly, S. T., Hufnagel, T., Fezzaa, K., Zachariah, M. R. (2012).  Reactive sintering: An important component in the combustion of nanocomposite thermites.  Combustion and Flame.  159(1).  2-15.
  • Kelly, S. T., Trenkle, J. C., Koerner, L. J., Barron, S. C., Walker, N., Pouliquen, P., Tate, M. W., Gruner, S. M., Dufresne, E. M., Weihs, T., Hufnagel, T. (2011).  Fast X-ray microdiffraction techniques for studying irreversible transformations in materials.  Journal of Synchrotron Radiation.  18.  464-474.
  • Trenkle, J. C., Koerner, L. J., Tate, M. W., Walker, N., Gruner, S. M., Weihs, T., Hufnagel, T. (2010).  Time-resolved x-ray microdiffraction studies of phase transformations during rapidly propagating reactions in Al/Ni and Zr/Ni multilayer foils.  Journal of Applied Physics.  107(11).
  • Wright, W. J., Samale, M. W., Hufnagel, T., LeBlanc, M. M., Florando, J. N. (2009).  Studies of shear band velocity using spatially and temporally resolved measurements of strain during quasistatic compression of a bulk metallic glass.  Acta Materialia.  57(16).  4639-4648.
  • Trenkle, J. C., Weihs, T., Hufnagel, T. (2008).  Fracture toughness of bulk metallic glass welds made using nanostructured reactive multilayer foils.  Scripta Materialia.  58(4).  315-318.
  • Trenkle, J. C., Koerner, L. J., Tate, M. W., Gruner, S. M., Weihs, T., Hufnagel, T. (2008).  Phase transformations during rapid heating of Al/Ni multilayer foils.  Applied Physics Letters.  93(8).
  • Hruszkewycz, S. O., Fujita, T., Chen, M. W., Hufnagel, T. (2008).  Selected area nanodiffraction fluctuation electron microscopy for studying structural order in amorphous solids.  Scripta Materialia.  58(4).  303-306.
  • Schuster, B. E., Wei, Q., Hufnagel, T., Ramesh, K. (2008).  Size-independent strength and deformation mode in compression of a Pd-based metallic glass.  Acta Materialia.  56(18).  5091-5100.
  • Schuster, B. E., Wei, Q., Ervin, M. H., Hruszkewycz, S. O., Miller, M. K., Hufnagel, T., Ramesh, K. (2007).  Bulk and microscale compressive properties of a Pd-based metallic glass.  Scripta Materialia.  57(6).  517-520.
  • Schuh, C. A., Hufnagel, T., Ramamurty, U. (2007).  Overview No.144 - Mechanical behavior of amorphous alloys.  Acta Materialia.  55(12).  4067-4109.
  • Chew, S. Y., Hufnagel, T., Lim, C. T., Leong, K. W. (2006).  Mechanical properties of single electrospun drug-encapsulated nanofibres.  Nanotechnology.  17(15).  3880-3891.
  • Hufnagel, T. (2006).  Preface to the viewpoint set on mechanical behavior of metallic glasses.  Scripta Materialia.  54(3).  317-319.
  • Ott, R. T., Kramer, M. J., Besser, M. F., Hufnagel, T., Sordelet, D. J. (2006).  Quasicrystal formation in Zr-Cu-Ni-Al-Ta metallic glasses and composites.  Philosophical Magazine.  86(3-5).  299-307.
  • Hufnagel, T., Ott, R. T., Almer, J. (2006).  Structural aspects of elastic deformation of a metallic glass.  Physical Review B.  73(6).
  • Ott, R. T., Sansoz, F., Jiao, T., Warner, D., Fan, C., Molinari, J. F., Ramesh, K., Hufnagel, T. (2006).  Yield criteria and strain-rate behavior of Zr57.4Cu16.4Ni8.2Ta8Al10 metallic-glass-matrix composites.  Metallurgical and Materials Transactions a-Physical Metallurgy and Materials Science.  37A(11).  3251-3258.
  • Ott, R. T., Sansoz, F., Molinari, J. F., Almer, J., Ramesh, K., Hufnagel, T. (2005).  Micromechanics of deformation of metallic-glass-matrix composites from in situ synchrotron strain measurements and finite element modeling.  Acta Materialia.  53(7).  1883-1893.
  • Trenkle, J. C., Wang, J., Weihs, T., Hufnagel, T. (2005).  Microstructural study of an oscillatory formation reaction in nanostructured reactive multilayer foils.  Applied Physics Letters.  87(15).
  • Swiston, A. J., Besnoin, E., Duckham, A., Knio, O. M., Weihs, T., Hufnagel, T. (2005).  Thermal and microstructural effects of welding metallic glasses by self-propagating reactions in multilayer foils.  Acta Materialia.  53(13).  3713-3719.
  • Hufnagel, T. (2004).  Amorphous materials - Finding order in disorder.  Nature Materials.  3(10).  666-667.
  • Jiao, T., Kecskes, L. J., Hufnagel, T., Ramesh, K. (2004).  Deformation and failure of Zr57Nb5Al10Cu15.4Ni12.6/W particle composites under quasi-static and dynamic compression.  Metallurgical and Materials Transactions a-Physical Metallurgy and Materials Science.  35A(11).  3439-3444.
  • Hufnagel, T. (2004).  Materials in the movies.  Jom.  56(11).  6-6.
  • Chen, M. W., Glynn, M. L., Ott, R. T., Hufnagel, T., Hemker, K. (2003).  Characterization and modeling of a martensitic transformation in a platinum modified diffusion aluminide bond coat for thermal barrier coatings.  Acta Materialia.  51(14).  4279-4294.
  • Gu, X., Jiao, T., Kecskes, L. J., Woodman, R. H., Fan, C., Ramesh, K., Hufnagel, T. (2003).  Crystallization and mechanical behavior of (Hf, Zr)-Ti-Cu-Ni-Al metallic glasses.  Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids.  317(1-2).  112-117.
  • Wright, W. J., Hufnagel, T., Nix, W. D. (2003).  Free volume coalescence and void formation in shear bands in metallic glass.  Journal of Applied Physics.  93(3).  1432-1437.
  • Swiston, A. J., Hufnagel, T., Weihs, T. (2003).  Joining bulk metallic glass using reactive multilayer foils.  Scripta Materialia.  48(12).  1575-1580.
  • Chen, M. W., Ott, R., Hufnagel, T., Wright, P. K., Hemker, K. (2003).  Microstructural evolution of platinum modified nickel aluminide bond coat during thermal cycling.  Surface & Coatings Technology.  163.  25-30.
  • Hufnagel, T., Brennan, S. (2003).  Short- and medium-range order in (Zr70Cu20Ni10)(90-x)TaxAl10 bulk amorphous alloys.  Physical Review B.  67(1).
  • Hufnagel, T., Hellman, F. (2003).  Structural and magnetic length scales in amorphous TbFe2.  Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials.  256(1-3).  322-327.
  • Ott, R. T., Fan, C., Li, J., Hufnagel, T. (2003).  Structure and properties of Zr-Ta-Cu-Ni-Al bulk metallic glasses and metallic glass matrix composites.  Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids.  317(1-2).  158-163.
  • Li, J., Gu, X., Hufnagel, T. (2003).  Using fluctuation microscopy to characterize structural order in metallic glasses.  Microscopy and Microanalysis.  9(6).  509-515.
  • Li, J., Wang, Z. L., Hufnagel, T. (2002).  Characterization of nanometer-scale defects in metallic glasses by quantitative high-resolution transmission electron microscopy.  Physical Review B.  65(14).
  • Hufnagel, T., Fan, C., Ott, R. T., Li, J., Brennan, S. (2002).  Controlling shear band behavior in metallic glasses through microstructural design.  Intermetallics.  10(11-12).  1163-1166.
  • Hufnagel, T., Jiao, T., Li, Y., Xing, L. Q., Ramesh, K. (2002).  Deformation and failure of Zr57Ti5CU20Ni8Al10 bulk metallic glass under quasi-static and dynamic compression.  Journal of Materials Research.  17(6).  1441-1445.
  • Gu, X., Xing, L. Q., Hufnagel, T. (2002).  Glass-forming ability and crystallization of bulk metallic glass (HfxZr1-x)(52.5)Cu-17.9Ni14.6Al10Ti5.  Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids.  311(1).  77-82.
  • Fan, C., Ott, R. T., Hufnagel, T. (2002).  Metallic glass matrix composite with precipitated ductile reinforcement.  Applied Physics Letters.  81(6).  1020-1022.
  • Li, J., Spaepen, F., Hufnagel, T. (2002).  Nanometre-scale defects in shear bands in a metallic glass.  Philosophical Magazine a-Physics of Condensed Matter Structure Defects and Mechanical Properties.  82(13).  2623-2630.
  • Hufnagel, T., Gu, X. F., Munkholm, A. (2001).  Anomalous small-angle X-ray scattering studies of phase separation in bulk amorphous Zr52.5Ti5Cu17.9Ni14.6Al10.  Materials Transactions.  42(4).  562-564.
  • Xing, L. Q., Li, Y., Ramesh, K., Li, J., Hufnagel, T. (2001).  Enhanced plastic strain in Zr-based bulk amorphous alloys.  Physical Review B.  64(18).
  • Hufnagel, T., El-Deiry, P., Vinci, R. P. (2000).  Development of shear band structure during deformation of a Zr57Ti5Cu20Ni8Al10 bulk metallic glass.  Scripta Materialia.  43(12).  1071-1075.
  • Xing, L. Q., Hufnagel, T., Eckert, J., Loser, W., Schultz, L. (2000).  Relation between short-range order and crystallization behavior in Zr-based amorphous alloys.  Applied Physics Letters.  77(13).  1970-1972.
  • Gu, X. F., Hufnagel, T. (1999).  Effect of annealing on Y/Mo multilayers.  Journal of Applied Physics.  86(5).  2459-2463.
  • Hufnagel, T., Kautzky, M. C., Daniels, B. J., Clemens, B. M. (1999).  Structural evolution during deposition of epitaxial Fe/Pt(001) multilayers.  Journal of Applied Physics.  85(5).  2609-2616.
  • Clemens, B. M., Hufnagel, T. (1996).  Amorphous films formed by solid-state reaction in an immiscible Y-Mo system and their structural relaxation - Comment.  Applied Physics Letters.  69(19).  2938-2939.
  • Hufnagel, T., Brennan, S., Zschack, P., Clemens, B. M. (1996).  Structural anisotropy in amorphous Fe-Tb thin films.  Physical Review B.  53(18).  12024-12030.
  • Clemens, B. M., Hufnagel, T. (1993).  AMORPHOUS-ALLOYS FORMED BY SOLID-STATE REACTION.  Journal of Alloys and Compounds.  194(2).  221-227.
  • Bertero, G. A., Hufnagel, T., Clemens, B. M., Sinclair, R. (1993).  TEM ANALYSIS OF CO-GD AND CO-GD MULTILAYER STRUCTURES.  Journal of Materials Research.  8(4).  771-774.
  • Hufnagel, T., Brennan, S., Payne, A. P., Clemens, B. M. (1992).  OBSERVATION OF A RAPID AMORPHIZATION REACTION.  Journal of Materials Research.  7(8).  1976-1979.
  • Yu-Zhang, K., Han, K., Kung, H., Embury, J. D., Lu, Y. C., Nastasi, M. A., Daniels, B. J., Hufnagel, T., Clemens, B. M. (1998).  FCC to BCC transition in Fe/Pt multilayers.  361-362.
  • Clemens, B. M., Bain, J. A., Payne, A. P., Hufnagel, T., Brennan, S. M. (1992).  STRUCTURAL CHARACTERIZATION OF MULTILAYERS USING X-RAY-DIFFRACTION.  239.  475-486.
Book Chapters
  • Swiston, A. J., Weihs, T., Knio, O. M., Hufnagel, T. (2004).  Metallic glass fluid flow during welding using self-propagating reactive multilayer foils.  Amorphous and Nanocrystalline Metals.  806.  121-126.
  • Ott, R. T., Sansoz, F., Molinari, J. F., Almer, J., Fan, C., Hufnagel, T. (2004).  Synchrotron strain measurements for in situ formed metallic glass matrix composites.  Amorphous and Nanocrystalline Metals.  806.  361-366.
  • Jiao, T., Fan, C., Kecskes, L. J., Hufnagel, T., Ramesh, K. (2003).  Effect of loading rate on failure in bulk metallic glasses.  Supercooled Liquids, Glass Transition and Bulk Metallic Glasses.  754.  243-248.
  • Xing, L. Q., Gu, X. F., Lusby, T. A., Melmed, A. J., Hufnagel, T. (2000).  Short-range order and nanocrystallization in amorphous Zr-Ti-Cu-Ni-Al.  Nucleation and Growth Processes in Materials.  580.  381-386.
  • Hufnagel, T., Kautzky, M. C., Ramaswamy, V., Leming, A., Clemens, B. M. (1997).  Structural transformations due to intermixing during deposition of Fe/Pt(001) epitaxial multilayers.  Thin Films - Structure and Morphology.  441.  367-372.
  • Clemens, B. M., Hufnagel, T., Kautzky, M. C., Bobo, J. F. (1997).  Structural transformations during growth of epitaxial Fe(001) thin films on Cu(001) and Pt(001).  Thin Films: Stresses and Mechanical Properties Vi.  436.  9-20.
  • Hufnagel, T., Bertero, G. A., Sinclair, R., Clemens, B. M. (1993).  EVOLUTION OF GD THIN-FILM STRUCTURE DUE TO AMORPHIZATION BY CO DEPOSITION.  Phase Transformations in Thin Films - Thermodynamics and Kinetics.  311.  73-76.
Other Publications
  • Hufnagel, T., Ott, R. T., Fan, C., Kecskes, L.  Amorphous metal alloys and wire.  Univ Johns Hopkins; Hufnagel T C; Ott R T; Fan C; Kecskes L; Us Army Res Lab.
  • Xing, L., Hufnagel, T., Ramesh, K.  High strength amorphous alloy which maintains toughness.  Xing L; Hufnagel T C; Ramesh K T; Univ Johns Hopkins.
  • Hufnagel, T., Hustedt, C., Lambert, P.,  Huskins, E., Casem, D., Tate, M., Philipp, H., Woll, A., Purohit, P., Weiss, J., Gruner, S., Kannan, V., Zhao, M., Ramesh, K.  Extension twinning during dynamic compression of polycrystalline magnesium.
  • Hufnagel, T., Leong, A.,  Robinson, A., Fezzaa, K.,  Sun, T., Sinclair, N.,  Casem, D.,  Lambert, P., Hustedt, C., Ramesh, K.  In situ visualization of dynamic crack growth in brittle solids using x-ray phase-contrast imaging.
  • Hufnagel, T., Overdeep, K., Joress, H., Zhou, L., Livi, K., Barron, S., Grapes, M., Dale, D., Tate, M., Philipp, H., Weihs, T., Gruner, S.  Mechanisms of oxide growth during the combustion of Al:Zr nanolaminate foils.
Conference Proceedings
  • Hustedt, C. J., Lambert, P. K., Huskins, E. L., Casem, D. T., Gruner, S. M., Tate, M. W., Philip, H. T., Woll, A. R., Purohit, P., Weiss, J. T., Kannan, V., Ramesh, K. T., Zhao, M., Ananiadis, A., Hufnagel, T. (2015).  Sub-microsecond in situ x-ray diffraction of polycrystalline metals under dynamic compression.  Society of Experimental Mechanics (SEM 2015).
  • Lambert, P. K., Vecchio, K. S., Huskins, E. L., Kenesei, P., Okasinski, J. S., Almer, J., Hufnagel, T. (2014).  Time resolved x-ray diffraction of bulk metallic specimens during dynamic compression.  Society for Experimental Mechanics (SEM 2014).
  • Gu, X. F., Livi, K. J., Hufnagel, T. (2003).  Structure of shear bands in zirconium-based metallic glasses observed by transmission electron microscopy.  Symposium on Supercooled Liquids, Glass Transition and Bulk Metallic Glasses.  754.  263-268.
  • Hufnagel, T., Brennan, S., Clemens, B. M. (1995).  Pair ordering anisotropy in amorphous Tb-Fe thin films.  Symposium on Magnetic Ultrathin Films, Multilayers and Surfaces.  384.  239-244.
  • Hufnagel, T.  "Alloy and method of producing the same ", 2005.
  • Weihs, T., Hufnagel, T., Reiss, M., Knio, O., van Heerden, D., Feldmesser, H.  "Freestanding reactive multilayer foils ", 2004.
  • Hufnagel, T.  "Alloy with metallic glass and quasi-crystalline properties ", 2004.
  • "X-ray phase-contrast imaging studies of crack propagation in ceramics during dynamic deformation", Fall 2016 Materials Research Society Meeting.  Boston, MA.  November 30, 2016
  • "Evolution of density in a Zr-based metallic glass during tensile deformation", Fall 2016 Materials Research Society.  Boston, MA.  2016
  • "X-ray phase-contrast imaging studies of dynamic fracture in geological materials", 53rd Annual Technical Meeting.  College Park, MD.  2016
  • "In situ assessment of strain-induced martensitic transformation in 10% nickel multi-phase steels during dynamic compression", Materials Science and Technology 2016.  Salt Lake City, Utah.  October 23, 2016
  • "Stress state effects on non-affine displacements and strain hardening of a metallic glass.", 8th International Conference on Multiscale Materials Modeling,.  Dijon, France.  October 10, 2016
  • "Life and death of materials in the fast lane: Deformation and fracture under dynamic loading", Department of Materials Science and Engineering Seminar.  University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.  September 30, 2016
  • "Deformation twinning in polycrystalline magnesium under dynamic compression", Annual Conference.  Orlando, FL.  June 5, 2016
  • "Dynamic deformation of structural metals: twinning and phase transformations", Advanced Photon Source Users’ Meeting.   Argonne, Illinois.  May 11, 2016
  • "Deformation twinning in polycrystalline magnesium under dynamic compression", Mach Conference.  Annapolis, MD.  April 6, 2016
  • "Deformation twinning in a polycrystaline magnesium alloy during dynamic compression", March Meeting.  Baltimore, MD.  2016
  • "Development of a concept inventory for Structure of Materials", 2015 Fall MRS.  2015
  • "In situ x-ray diffraction studies of combustion of Al/ZR reactive nanolaminate foils", Fall 2015 MRS.  2015
  • "Seeing metallic glasses in a new light: X-ray scattering and imaging with synchrotron radiation", International Symposium on Metastable, Amorphous, and Nanostructured Materials (ISMANAM 2015).  Paris, France.  July 16, 2015
  • "Slip avalanches in metallic glasses", International Symposium on Metastable, Amorphous, and Nanostructured Materials (ISMANAM 2015).  Paris, France.  July 13, 2015
  • "In situ x-ray diffraction and imaging studies of polycrystalline metals under dynamic loading", 19th Biennial Conference on Shock Compression of Condensed Matter (SCCM-2015).  Tampa, FL.  June 16, 2015
  • "Opportunities for in situ phase contrast imaging studies of dynamic failure processes in materials", Workshop on Advanced Materials and Mesoscale Engineering: Early experiments and unique opportunities with the APS MBA upgrade.  Argonne, Illinois.  May 21, 2015
  • "Sub-microsecond in situ x-ray diffraction of polycrystalline metals under dynamic compression", 2015 Mach Conference.  Annapolis, MD.  April 9, 2015
  • "Slip avalanches in metallic glasses", Workshop on Avalanches in Functional Materials and Geophysics.  December 5, 2014
  • "Sub-microsecond in situ x-ray diffraction of bulk polycrystalline metals under dynamic compression", MRS Fall 2014.  Boston, MA.  December 1, 2014
  • "Deformation and fracture of amorphous metals", Department of Materials Science and Engineering Seminar.  Bethlehem, PA.  September 30, 2014
  • "Deformation and fracture of amorphous metals", Department of Materials Science and Engineering Seminar.  Evanston, Illinois.  May 27, 2014
  • "In situ x-ray diffraction techniques for studying polycrystalline metals under dynamic loading", 2014 Mach Conference.  April 9, 2014
  • "Slip avalanches in amorphous metals", 2014 TMS Annual Meeting.  San Diego, CA.  February 18, 2014
  • "In situ diffraction and imaging studies of transient and irreversible phenomena in materials", Workshop on New Science Opportunities Provided by a Multi-Bend Achromat Lattice at the Advanced Photon Source.  Argonne, IL.  October 21, 2013
  • "Time-resolved x-ray diffraction studies of phase transformations and interdiffusion in reactive multilayers", CECAM Workshop on Reactive Multilayer Foils–Bridging the Gap from Thermodynamics, Modeling and Experiments.  Lausanne, Switzerland.  July 8, 2013
  • "Elastic, anelastic, and plastic mechanisms of deformation in metallic glasses", Seventh MIT Conference on Computational Fluid and Solid Mechanics.  Cambridge, MA.  June 13, 2013
  • "In situ techniques for studying dynamic processes in materials", 2013 Mach Conference.  Annapolis, MD.  April 11, 2013
  • "In Situ Studies and Simulations of Rapid, Self-Propagating Phase Transformations in Nanolayer Foils", TMS Meeting.  February 28, 2011
  • "Evolution of complex microstructures: Opportunities for new experiments with hard x-ray sources", Workshop on Evolution and Control of Complexity: Key Experiments Using Sources of Hard X-rays.  Argonne, IL.  October 11, 2010
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