Congratulations to Brian Demaske, Ph.D.
Dr. Brian Demaske received his PhD in Fall 2017 Commencement.
His dissertation is entitled “Transport and Phase Transitions in Ceramics and Amorphous Metals by Atomic-Level Simulation” and is available at Phillpot Group Dissertations and Theses.
Brian has authored the following papers as parts of his dissertation, with two more papers close to submission:
P. Wen*, B. J. Demaske*, D. E. Spearot and S. R. Phillpot, Effect of composition on shock compression for Cu-Zr metallic glasses by molecular dynamics simulation, Journal of Materials Science https://doi.org/10.1007/s10853-017-1666- (*Authors contributed equally)
B. J. Demaske, A. Chernatynskiy and S. R. Phillpot, First Principles Investigation of Intrinsic Defects and Self Diffusion in Ordered Phases of V2C, Journal of Physics Condensed Matter 29, 245403 (2017). https://doi.org/10.1088/1361-648X/aa7031
B. J. Demaske, A. Chernatynskiy and S. R. Phillpot, Ferroelectricity in LaBGeO5 from First Principles, Journal of Physics Condensed Matter 28, 165901 (2016). https:/doi.org/10.1088/0953-8984/28/16/165901
Brian will take up a postdoc position as Sandia National Laboratories in Livermore CA in January 2018.