Timofey Frolov, Ph.D.

2011 George Mason University, Washington, DC 
Materials Science Engineering, Solid State Physics
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Yuri Mishin grad student 2011 George Mason
 (Interface Thermodynamics with Applications to Atomistic Simulations.)
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Meiners T, Frolov T, Rudd RE, et al. (2020) Observations of grain-boundary phase transformations in an elemental metal. Nature. 579: 375-378
Frolov T, Setyawan W, Kurtz RJ, et al. (2018) Grain boundary phases in bcc metals. Nanoscale
Zhu Q, Samanta A, Li B, et al. (2018) Predicting phase behavior of grain boundaries with evolutionary search and machine learning. Nature Communications. 9: 467
Freitas R, Rudd RE, Asta M, et al. (2018) Free energy of grain boundary phases: Atomistic calculations for Σ5(310)[001] grain boundary in Cu Physical Review Materials. 2
Frolov T, Zhu Q, Oppelstrup T, et al. (2018) Structures and Transitions in Bcc Tungsten Grain Boundaries and their Role in the Absorption of Point Defects Acta Materialia. 159: 123-134
Freitas R, Frolov T, Asta M. (2017) Capillary fluctuations of surface steps: An atomistic simulation study for the model Cu(111) system. Physical Review. E. 96: 043308
Freitas R, Frolov T, Asta M. (2017) Step free energies at faceted solid surfaces: Theory and atomistic calculations for steps on the Cu(111) surface Physical Review B. 95: 155444
Frolov T, Asta M, Mishin Y. (2016) Phase transformations at interfaces: Observations from atomistic modeling Current Opinion in Solid State & Materials Science. 20: 308-315
Frolov T, Mishin Y. (2015) Phases, phase equilibria, and phase rules in low-dimensional systems. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 143: 044706
Frolov T, Asta M, Mishin Y. (2015) Segregation-induced phase transformations in grain boundaries Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics. 92
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