From left: Neng Wang, Dr. Lin Li, Andy Raddatz, Sharniece Holland, Melissa Mathews, Daryl Lakner
Welcome to Lin Li Research Group
Our interest is exploring the structure-property-processing relationships in structural metals and materials, with particular emphasis on size effect, structural disorder, and their roles in mechanical properties. Our research utilizes computational simulations and analytical theories to establish the spatial and temporal connections between microscopic and macroscopic materials performance, particularly for nanostructured metals, metallic glasses and grain boundary networks.
We are looking for enthusiastic undergraduate, graduate students and postdoc to join our group. Please see Opportunities for details.
- May 2018 -- Sharniece successfully presented her PhD dissertation defense. Congratulation Sharniece!!
- Summer Research experience for Undergraduate students in Multifunctional Materials. Now accepting application. Check this out! reu-flyer-.pdf
- April 2018 -- Sharniece's manuscript "Grain Boundary Network Evolution in Inconel 718 from Selective Laser Melting to Heat Treatment" has been accepted by Materials Science and Engineering: A.
- April 2018 -- Dr. Tian's paper "A Review on the Strengthening of Nanostructured Materials" has been published in International Journal of Current Engineering and Technology.
- April 2018-- Dr. Tian attended 2018 MRS spring meeting, presented an oral talk on "Spatial correlation of elastic heterogeneity tunes the deformation behavior of metallic glasses" and presented a poster "Lightweight, high conductivity, ultra-strong Al/Ca composite conductor"
- April 2018 -- Neng successfully presented his PhD dissertation defense. Congratulation Neng !!
- March 2018 -- Dr. Li and Neng Wang paper "Spatial Correlation of elastic heterogeneity tunes the deformation behavior of metallic glass" has now been accepted for publication in npj Computational Materials.
- March 2018 -- Neng attended TMS 2018 Annual Meeting & Exhibition and presented talk on "Spatial correlation of elastic heterogeneity tunes the deformation behavior of metallic glasses."
- March 2018-- Sharniece presented at TMS at Phoenix, AZ Holland S, Lin L. “Spatial Heterogeneity of Microstructure and Mechanical Properties in Inconel 718 Fabricated by Selective Laser Melting”, The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS) Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ (2018).
- March 2018-- Sharniece presented “Grain Boundary Network Evolution and Spatial Heterogeneity of Microstructure and Mechanical Properties in Inconel 718 Fabricated by Selective Laser Melting”, at am Invited seminar at Auburn University.
- January 2018-- Sharniece Holland was awarded Fall 2017 College of Engineering's outstanding service by a graduate student award.