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Material Science & Engineering (MSE)
Dr. TAN Teck Leong
- Title: Scientist
- Tel: 64191494
- Email: email@example.com
- First-principles calculations of alloy structures.
- Cluster expansion method for alloy thermodynamics and phase diagrams.
- Code development for computation tools in alloy theory.
- Statistical thermodynamics.
- Catalytic properties via first-principles and microkinetic modeling.
- Study of nanoalloy catalysts.
- B.Eng. (1st-class Hons.) in Mechanical Engineering, National University of Singapore, 2003.
- Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2011.
Published Journals/ Articles:
- N. A. Zarkevich, Teck L. Tan, D. D. Johnson, “First-principles prediction of phase-segregating alloy phase diagrams and a rapid design estimate of their transition temperatures”, Phys. Rev. B 75, 104203 (2007).
- N. A. Zarkevich, Teck L. Tan, L.-L. Wang, D. D. Johnson, “Low-energy antiphase boundaries, degenerate superstructures, and phase stability in frustrated fcc Ising model and Ag-Au alloys", Phys. Rev. B 77, 144208 (2008).
- Teck L. Tan and D. D. Johnson, “Topologically-correct phase boundaries and transition temperatures for Ising Hamiltonians via self-consistent coarse-grained cluster-lattice models”, Phys. Rev. B 83, 144427 (2011).
- Teck L. Tan and D. D. Johnson, "Unique Truncated Cluster Expansions for Materials Design via Subspace Projection and Fractional Factorial Design", in preparation, arXiv:1209.6176.
- Lin-Lin Wang, Teck L. Tan, D. D. Johnson, "Nanoalloy composition-temperature phase diagram for catalyst design: Case study of Ag-Au", Phys. Rev. B 86, 035438 (2012).
- Teck L. Tan, Lin-Lin Wang, D. D. Johnson, K. Bai, "A Comprehensive Search for Stable Pt-Pd Nanoalloy Configurations and Their Use as Tunable Catalysts", Nano Lett. 12, 4875 (2012). [Featured in: http://phys.org/news/2012-11-approach-nano-alloy-catalysts-revealed.html and http://news.engineering.iastate.edu/2012/11/02/ames-laboratory-scientists-develop-better-search-tool-for-nanoalloys/]
- American Physical Society (APS) March Meeting, 2006, “Computational Toolkit for First-Principles Multi-component Alloy Thermodynamics”.
- American Physical Society (APS) March Meeting, 2007, “Rapid First-Principles Design Estimates of Alloy Order-Disorder Temperatures”.
- American Physical Society (APS) March Meeting, 2009, “Rapid and Accurate Estimates of Alloy Phase Diagrams for Design and Assessment”.
- 6th Conference of the Asian Consortium on Computational Materials Science, 2011, "Reliable Prediction of Stable Nanoalloy Structures and Catalytic Properties via First-Principles Methods".
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