Elizabeth A. Holm
Professor of Materials Science and Engineering
EducationDual PhD Materials Science and Engineering and Scientific Computing, University of Michigan
SM Ceramics, MIT
ResearchProfessor Holm uses the tools of computational materials science to study a variety of materials systems and phenomena. Her research areas include the theory and modeling of microstructural evolution in complex polycrystals, the physical and mechanical response of microstructures, mechanical properties of carbon nanotube networks, atomic-scale properties of internal interfaces, machine vision for automated microstructural
S. Ratanaphan, D. L. Olmsted, V. V. Bulatov, E. A. Holm, A. D. Rollett, G. S. Rohrer,“Grain boundary energies in body-centered cubic materials,” Acta Mater. 88 346-354 (2015).
N. A. Pedrazas, T. E. Buchheit, E. A. Holm, E. M. Taleff, “Dynamic Abnormal Grain Growth in Tantalum,” Mat. Sci. Engin. A 610 76084 (2014).
E. R. Homer, E. A. Holm, S. M. Foiles, D. L. Olmsted, “Trends in Grain Boundary Mobility: Survey of Motion Mechanisms,” JOM 66 114-120 (2014).
E. R. Homer, V. Tikare, E. A. Holm, “Hybrid Potts-Phase Field Model for Coupled Microstructural-Compositional Evolution,” Computational Materials Science 69 414-423 (2013).
E. R. Homer, S. M. Foiles, E. A. Holm, D. L. Olmsted, “Phenomenology of shear-coupled grain boundary motion in symmetric tilt and general grain boundaries,” Acta Mater. 61 1048-1060 (2013).
C. R. Weinberger, C. C. Battaile, T. E. Buchheit, E. A. Holm, “Incorporating atomistic models of lattice friction into BCC crystal plasticity models,” Int. J. Plasticity 37 16-30 (2012).
J. D. Madison, V. Tikare, E. A. Holm, “A hybrid simulation methodology for modeling dynamic recrystallization in UO2 LWR nuclear fuels,” J. Nuc. Mater. 425[1-3] 173-180 (2012). doi:10.1016/j.jnucmat.2011.10.
T. E. Buchheit, C. C. Battaile, C. R. Weinberger, E. A. Holm, “Multiscale modeling of low temperature deformation in BCC metals,” (Invited) JOM 63 33-36 (2011).
S. Wang, E. A. Holm, J. Suni, M. H. Alvi, P. N. Kalu, A. D. Rollett, “Recrystallized grain size in single phase materials,” Acta Mater. 59 3872-3882 (2011). doi:10.1016/j.actamat.2011.03.
E. A. Holm, G. S. Rohrer, S. M. Foiles, A. D. Rollett, H. Miller, D. Olmsted, “Validating computed grain boundary energies in FCC metals using the grain boundary character distribution,” Acta Mater. 59 5250-5256 (2011).
E. A. Holm and S. M. Foiles, “How Grain Growth Stops: A mechanism for grain growth stagnation in pure materials,” Science 328 1138-
D. Olmsted, S. M. Foiles, E. A. Holm, “Survey of grain boundary properties in FCC metals: I. Grain boundary energy,” Acta Mater. 57 3694–3703 (2009).
D. Olmsted, E. A. Holm, S. M. Foiles, “Survey of grain boundary properties in FCC metals: II. Grain boundary mobility,” Acta Mater. 57 3704–3713 (2009).
K. G. F. Janssens, D. Olmsted, E. A. Holm, S. M. Foiles, S. J. Plimpton and P. M. Derlet, “Computing the Mobility of Grain Boundaries,” Nature Materials 5 124-127 (2006).
D. Basanta, M. A. Miodownik, E. A. Holm and P. J. Bentley, “Using Genetic Algorithms to Evolve 3D Microstructures from 2D Micrographs” Metall. Mater. Trans. A 36A 1643-1652 (2005).
E. S. McGarrity, P. M. Duxbury, and E. A. Holm, “Statistical physics of grain boundary engineering,” Phys. Rev. E 71 026102 (2005).
M. A. Miodownik, P. Smereka, E. A. Holm, and D. J. Srolovitz, “Scaling of Dislocation Cell Structures: Diffusion in Orientation Space,” Proc. Roy. Soc. Lond. A457 1807-1819 (2001).
E. A. Holm and G. N. McGovney, “Network Algorithms for Minimum Energy Fracture Surfaces,” Advances in Computational Engineering and Sciences, S. N. Atluri and F. W. Brust (editors) (Tech Science Press, Palmdale, CA, 2000) pp. 1784-1789.