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Mikhail Mendelev

Ames Laboratory-USDOE
Associate Scientist Amorphous & Aperiodic Focus Area

207 Metals Development
Tel: 515-294-2795
Fax: 515-294-8727

M.S. 1993, Ph.D. 1995, Moscow Steel and Alloys Institute, Russia; Assistant Professor, Moscow Steel and Alloys Institute, 1995-99; Research Staff, Princeton University, 1999-2004; Associate Scientist, Ames Laboratory, 2004 – present.

Development of semi-empirical potentials for atomistic computer simulation, computer simulation of structure and properties of liquid and amorphous materials, and computer simulation of solid-liquid interface and grain boundary migrations

M.I. Mendelev, S. Han, D.J. Srolotitz, G.J. Ackland, D.Y. Sun, and M. Asta
“Development of new interatomic potentials appropriate for crystalline and liquid iron,” Phil. Mag. A, Vol. 83, 3977 (2003).

M.I. Mendelev, D.J. Srolovitz, G.J. Ackland, and S. Han
“Effect of Fe segregation on the migration of a non-symmetric S5 tilt grain boundary in Al,” JMR, Vol. 20, 208 (2005).

M.I. Mendelev, J. Schmalian, C.Z. Wang, J.R. Morris, and K.M. Ho
“Interface mobility and the liquid-glass transition in a one-component system described by an embedded atom method potential,” Phys. Rev. B, Vol. 74, 104206 (2006).

M.I. Mendelev and G.J. Ackland
“Development of an interatomic potential appropriate for simulation of phase transformations in zirconium,” Phil. Mag. Letters, Vol. 87, 349 (2007).

M.I. Mendelev, D.K. Rehbein, R.T. Ott, M.J. Kramer, and D.J. Sordelet
“Computer simulation and experimental study of elastic properties of amorphous Cu-Zr alloys,” J. Appl. Phys., Vol. 102, 093518 (2007).