Arroyave, Raymundo individual record

Our group uses computational materials science tools to investigate material properties at different scales of length and time. We use a variety of tools (such as: Ab Initio calculations, molecular dynamics, Monte Carlo, phase-field models, CALPHAD) to investigate the fundamental properties of complex materials.

In the past three years, our research has focused on: (1) Investigation of Microstructural Evolution at Liquid/Solid Interfaces during Lead-free Soldering; (2) Computational Materials Design of Novel High-Temperature Shape Memory Alloys; (3) Phase Stability in Al-Si-Sr Alloys; (4) Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Hydrogen Storage in Mg-based Nano-layered Thin Films; (5) Phase Stability in Nuclear Fuel Materials; (6) Computational Design of Novel High Strength Steels

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Academic Articles133
  • Entel, P., Arróyave, R., Singh, N., Sokolovskiy, V. V., & Buchelnikov, V. D. (2015). Calculation of Electronic Structure and Field Induced Magnetic Collapse in Ferroic Materials. Karaman, I., Arróyave, R., & Masad, E. (Eds.), Proceedings of the TMS Middle East — Mediterranean Materials Congress on Energy and Infrastructure Systems (MEMA 2015). (pp. 405-408). Springer International Publishing.
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Conference Papers18
Institutional Repository Documents2
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Texas A&M University; Materials Science & Engineering; 3003 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-3123