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2011 Diffusion Workshop Presentations

Presentations from NIST 2011 Diffusion Workshop

  • Addressing Phenomenological Diffusion Problems with the Lattice Monte Carlo Method (Graeme E. Murch, Irina V. Belova and Thomas Fiedler, The University of Newcastle, Australia) (slides)
  • The role of crystal structure and configurational disorder on ion transport in Li-electrode materials (Anton Van der Ven, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI )
  • Silver diffusion in copper bi- and tri-crystals, (Sergiy V. Divinski, Institute of Materials Physics, University of Münster, Germany)
  • First-principles modeling of diffusion in bcc metals (Nils Sandberg, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm Sweden.)
  • "Using First Principles to Calculate Self –Diffusion Coefficients, ( Zi-Kui Liu, Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA )
  • Overview of Reference Self-Diffusion Mobilities for the Pure Elements, (Carelyn Campbell, NIST, Gaithersburg, MD)

Notes from Workshop (pdf file)


Created July 22, 2011, Updated August 9, 2018