Institute of High Performance Computing


People: Vibrant & Dynamic Culture



Material Science & Engineering (MSE)

Dr. CHEAH Wei Li

Dr. CHEAH Wei Li

Research Interests:

  • Computational materials – atomistic and DFT simulations
  • Materials for clean energy applications
  • Interfaces


  • Ph.D. in Materials Research, Imperial College London, 2012
  • B.Eng. in Materials Science and Engineering, Imperial College London, 2007

Published Journals/ Articles:


    • W.L. Cheah, M.W. Finnis, "Structure of multilayer ZrO2/SrTiO3", Journal of Materials Science, 47[4] (2012) 1631
    • P. Murali, T. K. Bhandakkar, W.L. Cheah, M. H. Jhon, H. Gao, and R. Ahluwalia, "Role of modulus mismatch on crack propagation and toughness enhancement in bioinspired composites", Phys. Rev. E, 84 (2011) 015102(R)
    • D.A. Eustace, W.L. Cheah, D.W. McComb, F.T. Docherty, A.J. Craven, ‘Modelling paramagnetism in EELS: a study of magnetic order’, Journal of Physics: Conf. Ser., 126 (2008) 012039


    • W.L. Cheah, P.V. Sushko, Optical Properties of LaCr1-xFexO3, XIV International Conference on Intergranular and Interphase Boundaries in Materials in Halkidiki, Greece, 2013, oral presentation
    • W.L. Cheah, D.W. McComb, M.W. Finnis, Structure and Ionic Conductivity of Yttria-Stabilised Zirconia/Strontium Titanate Epitaxial Layers, MACAN Capstone Conference, Israel, 2013, poster
    • W.L. Cheah, M.W. Finnis, Computational study of structures of yttria-stabilised zirconia/strontium titanate multilayers, DPG Spring Meeting in Berlin, Germany, 2012, oral presentation
    • W.L. Cheah, M.W. Finnis, Structure of Multilayer Strontium Titanate/Cubic Zirconia, E-MRS Spring Meeting IUMRS ICAM 2011 & E-MRS/MRS Bilateral Conference on Energy in Nice, France, 2011, oral presentation

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