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Bi-Cheng Zhou

Research Interests

  • Computational thermodynamics and kinetics (the CALPHAD method)
  • Ab initio modeling of thermodynamics and diffusion, high-throughput DFT
  • Physical metallurgy, phase transformations in lightweight and high-temperature alloys
  • Oxidation and corrosion in high-temperature systems
  • Solid state ionic materials for energy applications, defect chemistry, ionic transport

Current Research

Bi-Cheng's current work focuses on first-principles study of thermodynamic and kinetic properties of the precipitate phases in Al-Li-Cu-Mg-Zr alloys.

Biography

Bi-Cheng was originally from Binzhou city, Shandong province in China. He joined the Wolverton group on Jan. 1, 2017. Check out Bi-Cheng's ResearchGate and LinkedIn pages.

Education

Publications


B. C. Zhou, S. L. Shang, Y. Wang, and Z. K. Liu, “Diffusion coefficients of alloying elements in dilute Mg alloys: A comprehensive first-principles study”, Acta Mater. 103 (2016) 573-586

B. C. Zhou, S. L. Shang, Y. Wang, and Z. K. Liu, “Data set for diffusion coefficients of alloying elements in dilute Mg alloys from first-principles”, Data in Brief 5 (2015) 900-912

B. C. Zhou, S. L. Shang, Y. Wang, and Z. K. Liu, “First-principles calculations and thermodynamic modeling of Sn-Sr and Mg-Sn-Sr systems”, CALPHAD 46 (2014) 237-248
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