Recent Doctoral Theses-Department of Materials Science and Engineering - Carnegie Mellon University

2006 Doctoral Theses

Paolo Nolli
Initial Solidification Phenomena: Factors Affecting Heat Transfer in Strip Casting
Advisor: Alan W. Cramb

Sungwook Huh
Deep Level Defects in SiC Crystals Grown by Halide CVD Method
Advisor: Marek Skowronski

Sai Prasanth Venkateswaran
Domain Structure Investigations in Multiferroic Heusler Ferromagnetic Shape Memory Alloy.
Advisor: Marc De Graef

Tricia Bennett
Abnormal Grain Growth in Fe-1%Si.
Advisor: Anthony Rollett

Daniel Ewing
Inhomogeneities and Their Effect on the Electrical Characteristics of Schottky Contacts to n-type 4H-SiC.
Advisor: Lisa Porter

Balasubramaniam R. Kavaipatti
Phase Competition and Thin Film Growth of Layered Ferroelectrics and Related Perovskite Phases.
Advisor: Paul Salvador

Changyong Um
Fe-based Amorphous and Nanocrystalline Nanocomposite Materials.
Advisor: Michael McHenry

Martin E. Valdez
Controlled Undercooling of Liquid Iron: Effect of Substrate Composition and Under-cooling.
Advisors: Sridhar Seetharaman and Alan W. Cramb