Dallas R. Trinkle

Research Group

Publications

  1. “Database optimization for empirical interatomic potential models”
    Pinchao Zhang and Dallas R. Trinkle. in review (2013):
    preprint
  2. “Stress-induced anisotropic diffusion in alloys: Complex Si solute flow near a dislocation core in Ni.”
    T. Garnier, V. R. Manga, D. R. Trinkle, M. Nastar, and P. Bellon. Phys. Rev. B 88, 134108 (2013):
    doi
  3. “Solute drag by vacancies in body-centered cubic alloys.”
    T. Garnier, M. Nastar, P. Bellon, and D. R. Trinkle. Phys. Rev. B 88, 134201 (2013):
    doi
  4. “Solute effect on oxygen diffusion in alpha-titanium”
    Henry H. Wu and Dallas R. Trinkle. J. Appl. Phys. 113, 223504 (2013):
    publication, PDF, doi, database
  5. “Hydrogen trapping at dislocation cores at room temperature in deformed Pd”
    B. J. Heuser, D. R. Trinkle, T.-N. Yang, and L. He. J. Alloy Compd. 577, 189-191 (2013):
    publication, PDF, doi
  6. Ab initio based empirical potential used to study the mechanical properties of molybdenum”
    Hyoungki Park, Michael R. Fellinger, Thomas J. Lenosky, William W. Tipton, Dallas R. Trinkle, Sven P. Rudin, Christopher Woodward, John W. Wilkins, and Richard G. Hennig. Phys. Rev. B 85, 214121 (2012):
    publication, PDF, doi
  7. “Direct calculation of lattice Green function with arbitrary interactions for general crystals”
    J. A. Yasi and D. R. Trinkle. Phys. Rev. E 85, 066706 (2012):
    publication, PDF, doi, preprint
  8. “Prediction of thermal cross-slip stress in magnesium alloys from a geometric interaction model”
    J. A. Yasi, L. G. Hector, Jr., and D. R. Trinkle. Acta mater. 60, 2350-2358 (2012):
    publication, PDF, doi
  9. “Core structure of a screw dislocation in Ti from density functional theory and classical potentials”
    M. Ghazisaeidi and D. R. Trinkle. Acta Mater. 60, 1287–1292 (2012):
    publication, PDF, doi
  10. “Au/TiO2(110) interfacial reconstruction stability from ab initio”
    M. Yu and D. R. Trinkle. J. Phys. Chem. C 115, 17799–17805 (2011):
    publication, PDF, doi, preprint
  11. “Direct diffusion through interpenetrating networks: Oxygen in titanium”
    H. H. Wu and D. R. Trinkle. Phys. Rev. Lett. 107, 045504 (2011):
    publication, PDF, doi, preprint
  12. “Prediction of thermal cross-slip stress in magnesium alloys from direct first principles data”
    J. A. Yasi, L. G. Hector, and D. R. Trinkle. Acta mater. 59, 5652–5660 (2011):
    publication, PDF, doi, preprint
  13. “Nanoscale-hydride formation at dislocations in palladium: Ab initio theory and incoherent inelastic neutron scattering measurements”
    D. R. Trinkle, H. Ju, B. J. Heuser, T. J. Udovic. Phys. Rev. B 83, 174116 (2011):
    publication, PDF, doi, preprint
  14. “Thermal conductivity of compressed H2O to 22 GPa: A test of the Leibfried-Schlömann equation”
    B. Chen, W.-P. Hsieh, D. G. Cahill, D. R. Trinkle, and J. Li. Phys. Rev. B 83, 132301 (2011):
    publication, PDF, doi
  15. “Energy density in density functional theory: Application to crystalline defects and surfaces”
    M. Yu, D. R. Trinkle, R. M. Martin. Phys. Rev. B 83, 115113 (2011):
    publication, PDF, doi, preprint
  16. “Accurate and efficient algorithm for Bader charge integration”
    M. Yu and D. R. Trinkle. J. Chem. Phys. 134, 064111 (2011):
    publication, PDF, doi, preprint
  17. “First-principles calculation of H vibrational excitations at a dislocation core of Pd”
    H. M. Lawler and D. R. Trinkle. Phys. Rev. B 82, 172101 (2010):
    publication, PDF, doi, preprint
  18. “Lattice Green's function for crystals containing a planar interface”
    M. Ghazisaeidi and D. R. Trinkle. Phys. Rev. B 82, 064115 (2010):
    publication, PDF, doi, preprint
  19. “Misfit-Dislocation-Mediated Heteroepitaxial Island Diffusion”
    A. W. Signor, H. H. Wu, D. R. Trinkle. Surf. Sci. Lett. 604, L67–L70 (2010):
    publication, PDF, doi, preprint
  20. “First-principles data for solid-solution strengthening of magnesium: From geometry and chemistry to properties”
    J. A. Yasi, L. G. Hector Jr., and D. R. Trinkle. Acta Mater. 58, 5704–5713 (2010):
    publication, PDF, doi, preprint
  21. “Island Shape Controls Magic-Size Effect for Heteroepitaxial Diffusion”
    H. H. Wu, A. W. Signor and D. R. Trinkle. J. Appl. Phys. 108, 023521 (2010):
    publication, PDF, doi, preprint
  22. Ab initio simulations of molten Ni alloys”
    C. Woodward, M. Asta, D. R. Trinkle, J. Lill, and S. Angioletti-Uberti. J. Appl. Phys. 107, 113522 (2010):
    publication, PDF, doi
  23. “Atomistic study of edge and screw <c+a> dislocations in magnesium”
    T. Nogaret, W. A. Curtin. J. A. Yasi, L. G. Hector Jr., and D. R. Trinkle. Acta Mater. 58, 4332–4343 (2010):
    publication, PDF, doi
  24. “Basal and prism dislocation cores in magnesium: comparison of first-principles and embedded-atom-potential methods predictions”
    J. A. Yasi, T. Nogaret, D. R. Trinkle, Y. Qi, L. G. Hector Jr., and W. A. Curtin. Modelling Simul. Mater. Sci. Eng. 17, 055012 (2009):
    publication, PDF, doi
  25. “Cu/Ag EAM Potential Optimized for Heteroepitaxial Diffusion from ab initio Data”
    H. H. Wu and D. R. Trinkle. Comp. Mater. Sci. 47, 577–583 (2009):
    publication, PDF, doi, preprint
  26. “Convergence rate for numerical computation of the lattice Green's function”
    M. Ghazisaeidi and D. R. Trinkle. Phys. Rev. E 79, 037701 (2009):
    publication, PDF, doi, preprint
  27. “Mechanism of a prototypical synthetic membrane-active antimicrobial: Efficient hole-punching via interaction with negative intrinsic curvature lipids”
    L. Yang, V. D. Gordon, D. R. Trinkle, N. W. Schmidt, A. Davis, C. DeVries, A. Som, J. E. Cronan, Jr., G. N. Tew, G. C. L. Wong. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 105, 20595 (2008):
    publication, PDF, doi
  28. “Classical potential describes martensitic phase transformations between the alpha, beta and omega titanium phases”
    R. G. Hennig, T. J. Lenosky, D. R. Trinkle, S. P. Rudin, and J. W. Wilkins. Phys. Rev. B 78, 054121 (2008):
    publication, PDF, doi, preprint
  29. “Lattice Green function for extended defect calculations: Computation and error estimation with long-range forces”
    D. R. Trinkle. Phys. Rev. B 78, 014110 (2008):
    publication, PDF, doi, preprint
  30. “Prediction of dislocation cores in aluminum from density functional theory”
    C. Woodward, D. R. Trinkle, L. G. Hector, and D. L. Olmsted. Phys. Rev. Lett. 100, 045507 (2008):
    publication, PDF, doi
  31. “Lattice and elastic constants of titanium-niobium monoborides containing aluminum and vanadium”
    D. R. Trinkle. Scripta Mater. 56, 273–276 (2007):
    publication, PDF, doi, preprint
  32. “Contribution to size effect of yield strength from the stochastics of dislocation source lengths in finite samples”
    T. A. Parthasarathy, S. I. Rao, D. M. Dimiduk, M. D. Uchic and D. R. Trinkle. Scripta Mater. 56, 313–316 (2007):
    publication, PDF, doi
  33. “An Empirical Tight-Binding Model for Titanium Phase Transformations”
    D. R. Trinkle, M. D. Jones, R. G. Hennig, S. P. Rudin, R. C. Albers, and J. W. Wilkins. Phys. Rev. B 73, 094123 (2006):
    publication, PDF, doi, preprint
  34. “The Chemistry of Deformation: How Solutes Soften Pure Metals”
    D. R. Trinkle and C. Woodward. Science 310, issue 5754, 1665–1667 (2005):
    publication, HTML, PDF, doi
    • perspective: “Metallurgy in the Age of Silicon”, by D. Chrzan [University of California, Berkeley and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory] Science 310, issue 5754, 1623–1624 (2005). doi
    • news item: “Metallurgists models predict alloy applications”, Chemistry World, December 2005.
  35. “Systematic pathway generation and sorting in martensitic transformations: Titanium alpha to omega”
    D. R. Trinkle, D. M. Hatch, H. T. Stokes, R. G. Hennig, and R. C. Albers. Phys. Rev. B 72 014105 (2005):
    publication, PDF, doi, preprint
  36. “Impurities block the alpha to omega martensitic transformation in Titanium”
    R. G. Hennig, D. R. Trinkle, J. Bouchet, S. G. Srinivasan, R. C. Albers, and J. W. Wilkins. Nature Materials 4(2), 129–133 (2005):
    publication, PDF, doi, preprint
  37. “A New Mechanism for the Alpha to Omega Martensitic Transformation in Pure Titanium”
    D. R. Trinkle, R. G. Hennig, S. G. Srinivasan, D. M. Hatch, M. D. Jones, H. T. Stokes, R. C. Albers, and J. W. Wilkins. Phys. Rev. Lett. 91, 025701 (2003):
    publication, PDF, doi, preprint
  38. “Shock-Induced alpha-omega Transition in Titanium”
    C. W. Greeff, D. R. Trinkle, and R. C. Albers. J. Appl. Phys. 90 5, p. 2221–2226 (2001):
    publication, PDF, doi
  39. “Bound States in Waveguides and Bent Quantum Wires”
    J. P. Carini, J. T. Londergan, D. P. Murdock, D. Trinkle, and C. S. Yung. Phys. Rev. B 55, p. 9842–9851 (1997):
    publication, PDF, doi

Proceedings, etc.

  1. “Applying for computational time on NSF's TeraGrid—The World's Largest Cyberinfrastructure Supporting Open Research”
    K. Thornton, D. R. Trinkle, and R. G. Hennig. JOM 62, 17–18 (March 2010):
    publication, PDF, doi
  2. “Hydrogen trapping in dislocations in palladium at low temperature: Results from inelastic neutron scattering and advanced computations”
    B. J. Heuser, H. Ju, D. R. Trinkle, T. J. Udovic. Effects of Hydrogen on Materials (2008 International Hydrogen Conference) 464–468. (2009).
  3. “Ab-Initio Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Molten Ni-Based Superalloys”
    M. Asta, D. R. Trinkle, C. Woodward. Proceedings of the 2007 High Performance Computing User's Group Conference (IEEE Computing Society, Los Alamitos, CA) 147–152. (2007).
  4. “Ab-Initio Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Molten Ni-Based Superalloys”
    M. Asta, D. R. Trinkle, C. Woodward. Proceedings of the 2006 High Performance Computing User's Group Conference (IEEE Computing Society, Los Alamitos, CA) 177–181. (2007).
  5. “Alpha-Omega Transition in Ti: Equation of State and Kinetics”
    C. W. Greeff, D. R. Trinkle, and R. C. Albers. AIP Conference Proceedings 620 1, p. 225–228 (2002):
    publication, PDF, doi
  6. “Actinide Electronic Structure and Atomic Forces”
    R. C. Albers, S. P. Rudin, D. R. Trinkle, and M. D. Jones. AIP Conference Proceedings 532, p. 412–413 (2000):
    publication, PDF, doi

Invited Talks

  1. “Beyond binaries: solid solution strengthening and softening in magnesium.” Magnesium Workshop Madrid 2013, Madrid, Spain, May 21-24, 2013.
  2. “Stress-induced anisotropic diffusion in alloys: Complex Si solute flow near a dislocation core in Ni.” NIST Diffusion workshop, Gaithersburg, MD, May 9-10, 2013.
  3. “Predicting strength and cross-slip of magnesium alloys: First-principles, solute distribution, and deformation.” Annual Meeting of the Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, “Modeling and Experimental Validation of Multiscale Mechanical Behavior from Atomic Scale to Macro Scale” symposium. San Antonio, TX, Mar. 4-Mar. 7, 2013.
  4. “Solute diffusion to dislocations under irradiation: Si in Ni.” Materials Science and Technology Meeting, “Materials Development for Nuclear Applications and Extreme Environments” symposium. Pittsburgh, PA, Oct. 7–11, 2012.
  5. “From dislocation/solute interactions and solute distribution to deformation in magnesium.” 9th International Conference on Magnesium Alloys and their Applications. Vancouver, BC, Canada, July 8–12, 2012.
  6. “Deformation in magnesium from first-principles.” NIST Metallurgy Colloquium, July 6, 2012.
  7. “Deformation in magnesium from first-principles.” Materials Science and Engineering Colloquium, Los Alamos National Laboratory, June 19, 2012.
  8. “The Challenge of Multicomponent Systems: Atomistics, Thermodynamics and Kinetics.” NSF Workshop on Emerging Research Areas in the Science of Metals and Metallic Nanostructures. Univ. California, Santa Barbara, June 13–14, 2012.
  9. “Atomic-scale modeling and data.” NIST “Materials Genome Initiative Workshop on Building the Materials Innovation Infrastructure: Data and Standards.” U.S. Department of Commerce, Washington, D.C., May 14–15, 2012.
  10. “Deformation in magnesium from first-principles.” Annual Meeting of the Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, “Phase Transformations and Deformation in Magnesium Alloys” symposium. Orlando, FL, Mar. 11–Mar. 15, 2012.
  11. “First Principles Modeling of Dislocation/Twin Boundary Interactions in Titanium.” International Conference on Plasticity. Puerto Rico, Jan. 3–8, 2012.
  12. “Deformation in magnesium from first-principles.” U.S. Army Research Laboratory speaker series on Integrated Computational Materials Engineering, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, Nov. 16, 2011.
  13. “First-principles predictions of dislocation/solute interactions: Rare earths in magnesium.” MagNET Research Network Workshop, “Rare Earth Elements in Magnesium Alloys.” CANMET Facility, Hamilton, Ontario, Nov. 7–8, 2011.
  14. “Interactions of dislocations and twin boundaries in titanium with first-principles.” Materials Science and Technology Meeting, “Deformation and Transitions at Grain Boundaries” symposium. Columbus, OH, Oct. 16–20, 2011.
  15. “Dislocations with first principles: From defects to material behavior in magnesium.” Materials Science and Engineering Colloquium, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Oct. 13, 2011.
  16. “First principles modeling of dislocations for magnesium alloys.” Keynote lecture, “NSF Workshop on Magnesium Science and Technology.” Arlington, VA, May 19–20, 2011.
  17. “Dislocations with first principles: From defects to material behavior.” Materials Science and Engineering Colloquium, Cornell University, April 21, 2011.
  18. “Dislocations with first principles: From defects to material behavior.” Materials Science and Engineering Colloquium, Univ. Michigan, April 15, 2011.
  19. “Formation of hydrogen Cottrell atmosphere in palladium: Theory and measurement from inelastic neutron scattering.” 2011 Annual Meeting of the Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, “Hydrogen Storage in Materials: Theory and Experiment” symposium. San Diego, CA, Feb. 27–Mar. 3, 2011.
  20. “Predicting Mg strength from first-principles: Solid-solution strengthening, softening, and cross-slip.” Keynote lecture; 2011 Annual Meeting of the Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, “Magnesium Technology 2011” symposium. San Diego, CA, Feb. 27–Mar. 3, 2011.
  21. “Dislocations with first principles: From defects to material behavior.” Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Feb. 25, 2011.
  22. “Dislocations with first principles: From defects to material behavior.” Materials Science and Engineering Colloquium, Univ. California, Berkeley, Feb. 24, 2011.
  23. “Dislocations from first principles: Connecting defects to macroscale behavior in real materials.” Physics and Theory Colloquium, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Dec. 9, 2010.
  24. “Dislocations from first principles: Connecting defects to macroscale behavior in real materials.” Materials Science and Engineering Colloquium, California Institute of Technology, Dec. 8, 2010.
  25. “Dislocations from first principles: Connecting defects to macroscale behavior in real materials.” Mechanical, Aerospace, and Nuclear Engineering Colloquium, Rensselaer Polytechnic Insti- tute, Nov. 10, 2010.
  26. “Point, line, and planar defects and interactions using electronic structure methods.” 2009 CAMM meeting, “Possibilities and Limitations of Characterization and Modeling Solid/Solid Interfaces.” Bernkastel-Kues, Germany, May 17–20, 2009.
  27. “Palladium-hydrogen interaction in dislocations: Trapping and diffusion.” TMS Annual Meeting, “Computational Thermodynamics and Kinetics” symposium. San Francisco, CA, Feb. 15–20, 2009; slides
  28. “Interface mobility for Ti alpha to omega transformation.” TMS Annual Meeting, “Transformations Under Extreme Conditions” symposium. San Francisco, CA, Feb. 15–20, 2009; slides
  29. “Chemical short-range ordering in liquid-phase Ni alloys.” TMS Annual Meeting, “Advanced Characterization and Modeling of Phase Transformations in Metals” symposium. San Francisco, CA, Feb. 15–20, 2009; slides
  30. “Electronic structure in dislocation modeling: Dislocation/solute interactions in Mo, Al, and Mg.” Joint Materials/Solid Mechanics Seminar Series, Brown Univ., January 30, 2009; slides
  31. “Dislocation/solute interactions via first-principles for modeling strength of materials: Mo, Al, Mg.” International Conference on Plasticity. St. Thomas, Jan. 3–8, 2009; slides
  32. “First-principles calculation of dislocation/solute interaction: Solid-solution softening, dynamic strain-aging, and hydrogen trapping.” General Motors Research and Development, April 24, 2008; slides
  33. “Electronic structure for dislocation/defect interactions” Japan Institute of Metals Annual Meeting, Tokyo, March 28, 2008; slides
  34. “First-principles calculation of dislocation/solute interaction: Solid-solution softening, dynamic strain-aging, and hydrogen trapping” Materials Science and Engineering Seminar, Univ. Wisconsin, December 14, 2007; slides
  35. “Chemistry of deformation: Solid-solution softening from first-principles to dislocation mobility” Service de Recherches de Metallurgie Physique seminar, CEA/Saclay, June 26, 2007: slides
  36. “Implementing flexible-boundary conditions and computing the lattice Green function.” Service de Recherches de Metallurgie Physique, Dislocation simulation workshop, CEA/Saclay, June 21, 2007.
  37. “Density-functional theory, flexible-boundary conditions, and predicting dislocation-core structures.” Service de Recherches de Metallurgie Physique, Dislocation simulation workshop, CEA/Saclay, June 21, 2007.
  38. “Material strength from first principles: Electronic structure and the solute/dislocation interaction” Electronic Structure Workshop, North Carolina State University, June 12–15, 2007: slides
  39. “Chemistry of deformation: From atomic bonding to dislocations to strength” Joint Metallurgical Engineering and Material Science & Engineering graduate seminar, University of Utah, March 28, 2007: slides
  40. “Chemistry of deformation: Solid-solution softening from first-principles to dislocation mobility” TMS Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL, Feb. 25–Mar. 1, 2007: slides
  41. “Martensitic alpha to omega in titanium: Atomic pathway and impurity effects” TMS Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL, Feb. 25–Mar. 1, 2007: slides
  42. “The simulation of material deformation” Physics in Careers seminar, Xavier University, October 20, 2006: slides
  43. “The chemistry of deformation.” Materials Science and Engineering seminar, Northwestern University, March 1, 2006.
  44. “The chemistry of deformation.” Mechanical Engineering seminar, Johns Hopkins University, Feb. 7, 2006.
  45. “The chemistry of deformation.” Materials Science and Engineering colloquium, Univ. Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Jan. 23, 2006.
  46. “Alpha to Omega in Titanium Alloys: Martensitic Phase Transitions at the Atomic Length Scale” MST Annual Meeting (Modeling and Simulation of Titanium Technology: Theory and Practices symposium), Pittsburgh, PA, September 26–28, 2005: slides
  47. “Martensitic Phase Transitions at the Atomic Length Scale: Titanium Alpha to Omega” APS March Meeting, Los Angeles, CA, March 21–25, 2005: slides
  48. “Atomistic Mechanisms of the Martensitic Titanium HCP to Omega Phase Transformation” Air Force Research Laboratory, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, August 20, 2003: slides
  49. “Atomistic Mechanisms of Martensitic Phase Transformations: Titanium HCP to Omega” Electronic Structure Workshop, University of Minnesota, May 17–19, 2003: slides
  50. “A Systematic Approach to Modeling Martensitic Phase Transformations: The Titanium Hcp to Omega Transition” Brigham Young University, October 18, 2001: slides
  51. “Total Energy and Elastic Properties of Titanium via Tight-Binding” University of Cincinnati, July 14, 1999.

Conference contributions

  1. “Fundamentals of hydrogen and hydride formation at defects in palladium: First-principles prediction and inelastic neutron scattering measurements.” 2011 Spring Meeting of the Materials Research Society, San Francisco, Apr. 23–27.
  2. “First-principles calculation of dislocation/solute interactions and modeling of strength in Mg.” Multiscale Materials Modeling 2010, Freiburg, Germany, Oct. 4–8.
  3. “Ab initio modeling to improve oxygen tolerance of Ti alloys.” Multiscale Materials Modeling 2010, Freiburg, Germany, Oct. 4–8.
  4. “H trapping and diffusion in Pd dislocation cores.” 2008 Fall Meeting of the Materials Research Society, Boston, Dec. 1–5.
  5. “Ab initio calculation of H in Pd dislocation core”. MRS Fall Meeting, Boston, MA, November 26–30, 2007: slides
  6. “Chemistry of Deformation: Solute Softening of Molybdenum and Iron” MST Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, OH, October 16–20, 2006: slides
  7. “New Quantitative Analysis Explains Softening of Pure Metals by Solutes” TMS Annual Meeting, San Antonio, March 12–16, 2006: slides
  8. “Quantitative Modeling of Solid-solution Softening in BCC Mo at the Atomistic Scale” MRS Fall Meeting, Boston, MA, November 28–December 2, 2005: slides
  9. “Intrinsic Solid-Solution Softening in BCC Mo from Dislocation-Solute Interactions” APS March Meeting, Los Angeles, CA, March 21–25, 2005: slides
  10. “Solid-Solution Softening Trends in BCC Molybdenum by First Principles” TMS Annual Meeting, San Francisco, February 14–17, 2005: slides
  11. “Solid-Solution Softening in BCC Molybdenum from First Principles” MST Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, September 26-30, 2004: slides
  12. “Impurities Block the Alpha to Omega Martensitic Transformation in Titanium” TMS Annual Meeting, Charlotte, March 15–18, 2004: slides
  13. “Inhomogeneous Mechanism for the HCP to Omega Martensitic Transformation in Pure Titanium” APS March Meeting, Austin, March 3–7, 2003: slides
  14. “A New Mechanism for the HCP to Omega Transformation in Pure Titanium” TMS Annual Meeting, San Diego, March 2–6, 2003: slides
  15. “The Mechanism of the Titanium HCP to Omega Transformation” Electronic Structure Workshop, University of Califonia at Berkeley, June 5–8, 2002: (poster)
  16. “Complete Titanium HCP to Omega Transformation Mechanism” APS March Meeting, Indianapolis, March 18–22, 2002: slides
  17. “Titanium HCP to Omega Transformation with Oxygen Impurities” APS March Meeting, Indianapolis, March 18–22, 2002: slides
  18. “Modeling the HCP to Omega Phase Transition in Titanium” 2000 Psi-k Conference, Schwaebisch Gmuend, Germany, August 22–26, 2000: (poster)
  19. “A New Tight-Binding Model for Titanium” APS March Meeting, Minneapolis, March 20–24, 2000: slides
  20. “Modeling the HCP to Omega Phase Transition in Titanium” 1999 Psi-k Workshop on Calculation of Material Properties, Trieste, Italy, August 9–18, 1999: (poster)
  21. “Total Energy and Elastic Properties of Titanium via Tight-Binding” Electronic Structure Workshop, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champagne, May 21–24, 1999: poster
  22. “Interstitials on Si {113} Surface” Electronic Structure Workshop, Philadelphia, May 29–31, 1998: (poster)
  23. “Interstitials on Si {113} Surface” APS March Meeting, Los Angeles, March 23–27, 1998: (slides)

Dissertation

Dissertation: “A theoretical study of the HCP to omega martensitic phase transition in titanium.” Ph.D 2003, Physics, Ohio State University. Advisors: Prof. John W. Wilkins, Dr. Robert C. Albers (LANL).