Yu U. Wang
- M & M Building 405
- Professor, Materials Science and Engineering
- PhD, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Rutgers University
- BS, Mechanical Engineering, University of Science and Technology of China
- Phase Transforming Materials for Advanced Properties
- In-Situ Synchrotron X-Ray Diffraction and Neutron Scattering of Single Crystals, Diffuse Scattering of Nanodomains
- Dielectric, Ferroelectric, Magnetoelectric Materials and Composites
- Colloidal Self-Assembly in Multi-Liquid-Phase Systems
- Modeling and Simulation of Microstructures and Properties
- Y. Yan, J.E. Zhou, D. Maurya, Y.U. Wang, S. Priya, “Giant Piezoelectric Voltage Coefficient in Grain-Oriented Modified PbTiO3 Material,” Nature Communications, 7, 13089 (2016).
- Y.M. Jin, Y.U. Wang, Y. Ren, “Theory and Experimental Evidence of Phonon Domains and Their Roles in Pre-Martensitic Phenomena,” npj Computational Materials, 1, 15002 (2015).
- F.D. Ma, Y.M. Jin, Y.U. Wang, S.L. Kampe, S. Dong, “Phase Field Modeling and Simulation of Particulate Magnetoelectric Composites: Effects of Connectivity, Conductivity, Poling and Bias Field,” Acta Materialia, 70, 45 (2014).
- T.L. Cheng, Y.U. Wang, “Shape-Anisotropic Particles at Curved Fluid Interfaces and Role of Laplace Pressure: A Computational Study,” Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 402, 267 (2013).
- T.L. Cheng, F.D. Ma, J.E. Zhou, G. Jennings, Y. Ren, Y.M. Jin, Y.U. Wang, “In-Situ Three-Dimensional Reciprocal-Space Mapping of Diffuse Scattering Intensity Distribution and Data Analysis for Precursor Phenomenon in Shape-Memory Alloy,” JOM, 64, 167 (2012).
- Y.U. Wang, D.Q. Tan, “Computational Study of Filler Microstructure and Effective Property Relations in Dielectric Composites,” Journal of Applied Physics, 109, 104102 (2011).
- Y.U. Wang, “Phase Field Model of Dielectric and Magnetic Composites,” Applied Physics Letters, 96, 232901 (2010).
- Y.U. Wang, “Field-Induced Inter-Ferroelectric Phase Transformations and Domain Mechanisms in High-Strain Piezoelectric Materials: Insights from Phase Field Modeling and Simulation,” Journal of Materials Science, 44, 5225 (2009).
- Y.U. Wang, “Modeling and Simulation of Self-Assembly of Arbitrary-Shaped Ferro-Colloidal Particles in External Field: A Diffuse Interface Field Approach,” Acta Materialia, 55, 3835 (2007).
- Y.U. Wang, “Diffraction Theory of Nanotwin Superlattices with Low Symmetry Phase: Application to Rhombohedral Nanotwins and Monoclinic MA, MB Phases,” Physical Review B, 76, 024108 (2007).
- Y.U. Wang, “Computer Modeling and Simulation of Solid-State Sintering: A Phase Field Approach,” Acta Materialia, 54, 953 (2006).
- Y.U. Wang, Y.M. Jin, A.G. Khachaturyan, “The Effects of Free Surfaces on Martensite Microstructures: 3D Phase Field Microelasticity Simulation Study,” Acta Materialia, 52, 1039 (2004).
- Y.U. Wang, Y.M. Jin, A.G. Khachaturyan, “Phase Field Microelasticity Modeling of Surface Instability of Heteroepitaxial Thin Films,” Acta Materialia, 52, 81 (2004).
- Y.M. Jin, Y.U. Wang, A.G. Khachaturyan, J.F. Li, D. Viehland, “Conformal Miniaturization of Domains with Low Domain-Wall Energy: Monoclinic Ferroelectric States near the Morphotropic Phase Boundaries,” Physical Review Letters, 91, 197601 (2003).
- Y.U. Wang, Y.M. Jin, A.G. Khachaturyan, “Phase Field Microelasticity Theory and Modeling of Elastically and Structurally Inhomogeneous Solid,” Journal of Applied Physics, 92, 1351 (2002).
- Y.U. Wang, Y.M. Jin, A.G. Khachaturyan, “Phase Field Microelasticity Theory and Simulation of Multiple Voids and Cracks in Single Crystals and Polycrystals under Applied Stress,” Journal of Applied Physics, 91, 6435 (2002).
- Y.U. Wang, A.M. Cuitiño, “Full-Field Measurements of Heterogeneous Deformation Patterns on Polymeric Foams using Digital Image Correlation,” International Journal of Solids and Structures, 39, 3777 (2002).
- Y.U. Wang, Y.M. Jin, A.M. Cuitiño, A.G. Khachaturyan, “Nanoscale Phase Field Microelasticity Theory of Dislocations: Model and 3D Simulations,” Acta Materialia, 49, 1847 (2001).
- Y.U. Wang, A.M. Cuitiño, “Three-Dimensional Nonlinear Open-Cell Foams with Large Deformations,” Journal of Mechanics and Physics of Solids, 48, 961 (2000).
Dr. Wang teaches courses in materials science and engineering, advanced computational materials science, thermodynamics and kinetics, and crystallography and diffraction.