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Lucas Hale (Fed)

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A Roadmap for LIMS at NIST Material Measurement Laboratory

April 11, 2022
Author(s)
Gretchen Greene, Jared Ragland, Zachary Trautt, June W. Lau, Raymond L. Plante, Joshua Taillon, Adam Abel Creuziger, Chandler A. Becker, Joe Bennett, Niksa Blonder, Lisa Borsuk, Carelyn E. Campbell, Adam Friss, Lucas Hale, Michael Halter, Robert Hanisch, Gary R. Hardin, Lyle E. Levine, Samantha Maragh, Sierra Miller, Chris Muzny, Marcus William Newrock, John Perkins, Anne L. Plant, Bruce D. Ravel, David J. Ross, John Henry J. Scott, Christopher Szakal, Alessandro Tona, Peter Vallone
Instrumentation generates data faster and in higher quantity than ever before, and interlaboratory research is in historic demand domestically and internationally to stimulate economic innovation. Strategic mission needs of the NIST Material Measurement

High-throughput assessment of vacancy formation and surface energies of materials using classical force-fields

September 7, 2018
Author(s)
Kamal Choudhary, Adam J. Biacchi, Supriyo Ghosh, Lucas M. Hale, Angela R. Hight Walker, Francesca M. Tavazza
In this work, we present an open access database for surface and vacancy-formation energies using classical force-fields (FFs). These quantities are essential in understanding diffusion behavior, nanoparticle formation and catalytic activities. FFs are

Vacancy Dissociation in BCC Screw Dislocation Cores

July 1, 2017
Author(s)
Lucas M. Hale, Yuri Mishin, Chandler A. Becker
The interaction between screw dislocations and vacancies in body-centered cubic metals is investigated using molecular dynamics simulations. For thirteen different classical interatomic potentials, materials properties relating to vacancies, dislocations