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Feng Ye
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Feng Ye

Professor, doctor

State Key Laboratory for Advanced Metals and Materials

University of Science and Technology, Beijing

30 Xueyuan Road, Haidian District, Beijing 100083 P.R.China

Tel.: +86 10 6233 3899

Fax: +86 10 6233 3447

Email: yefeng@skl.ustb.edu.cn

     

EDUCATION

Doctor, Materials Science, Institute of Metal Research Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shenyang China, 5/31/1999. Thesis: Pressure effects on crystallization kinetics of amorphous solids.

Master, Materials Science, Institute of Metal Research Chinese Academy of Sciences, 6/19/1996. Dissertation: Syntheses and characterization of Ti-Fe nanoparticle.

Bachelor, Materials Science, Tsinghua University, Beijing China, 7/3/1993. Dissertation: Effect of boron addition in graphite intercalation compounds.

 

Professional Experiences

9/2004 – to date: present position

7/2002 - 8/2004: Max-Planck Institute for metal research, and Institute for Theory and Applied Physics, University Stuttgart, Max-Planck Fellow.

12/2001 - 6/2002: Institute of Nanotechnology, Research Center Karlsruhe, postdoctoral research associate.

2/2000 - 11/2001: Institute of Nanotechnology, Research Center Karlsruhe, Alexander von Humboldt Fellow.

10/1999 - 1/2000: Institute for Theory and Applied Physics, Uni. Stuttgart, research assistant.

7/1999 - 9/2000: Institute of Metal Research Shenyang, China, research assistant.

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS ANF RESULTS IN RECENT YEARS

2003-2006  Glass transition mechanism and free volume kinetics of a bulk metallic glass. Reversible formation and disappearance of vacant spaces (vacancy- type defects) in bulk Zr57Cu15.4Ni12.6Nb5Al10 glass are directly evidenced by high-resolution, time-differential dilatometry studies. The vacancy kinetics are strongly temperature-dependent, with an effective migration enthalpy of 43.3 eV. This mayexplain the strong temperature dependence of glass properties such as viscosity. The results are of general importance for understanding amorphous condensed matter and biomaterials and for the technical development of amorphous steels. see PNAS 2007

2005-2010  Cold rolling technique of Fe-6.5wt.%Si high silicon steel. High silicon steel with Si content of 6.5wt% is perspective to be applied in magnetic devices at high frequencies due to its high electrical resistivity, high permeability, low magnetocrystalline anisotropy and near-zero magnetostriction, which results in low core loss and low device noises. Thermal mechanical treatments can improve the ductility of the Fe-6.5wt%Si alloy. New technique has been developed so that the Fe-6.5wt.%Si alloy sheets of 0.05 mm thickness can be successfully obtained after hot/cold rolling and heat treatments.

Currently  focusing on fabrication technique of Fe-6.5wt.%Si high silicon steel; viscous flow of bulk metallic glasses; aluminum foam.

 

TEACHING

2004-2011 supervised 17 master degree dissertations and 2 doctor theses on Fe-6.5%Si alloy, aluminum alloy and  bulk metallic glasses.

Currently supervising five master degree students and five doctor degree students

 

AWARDS AND HONORS:

            1999: President Prize of Chinese Academy of Sciences

            1999: Shi Chang-Xu Prize of Institute of Metal Research, CAS.

            2000: Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship

            2002: Max-Planck Fellowship

            2005: Beijing Eminent Young Scientists Fellowship

            2007: Technological Invention Award from the Ministry of Education China on “Fabrication of Fe-6.5Si High Silicon Steel Sheet with Low Iron Loss and High Ductility by Cold Rolling”

            2009: New Century Excellent Talent Fellowship, Ministry of Education of China

            2010: Science and Technology Progress Award from the Ministry of Education China on “Microstructure and Toughening of Bulk Metallic Glasses”

 

PUBLICATIONS, PATENTS, AND PRESENTATIONS:

·           Over 60 papers published on peer reviewed journals. They have been cited 238 times.

·           10 authorized patents, and 6 in pending.

·           42 presentations in Industry, universities and at conferences, 9 of which were invited.

 

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

1.        Fe-6.5wt.%Si high silicon steel sheets produced by cold rolling, Ye F, Liang Y, Wang Y, Lin J, Chen G, Materials Science Forum, 2010, 638-642: 1428-1433.

2.        Improvement of magnetic properties of an Fe-6.5 wt. % Si alloy by directional recrystallization, Zhang ZW, Chen G, Bei H, Ye F, Chen GL, Liu CT, Applied Physics Letters. 2008, 93: 191908.

3.        Formation of columnar-grained structures in directionally solidified Fe-6.5wt.%Si alloy, Zheng ZL, Ye F, Liang YF, Ding XF, Lin JP, Chen GL, Intermetallics,  2011, 19(2): 165-168.

4.        First-principles calculations of phonon and thermodynamic properties of Fe-Si compounds, Liang YF, Shang SL, Wang J, Wang Y, Ye F, Lin JP, Chen GL, Liu ZK, Intermetallics, 2011, 19(10): 1374-1384.

5.        Effect of annealing temperature on soft magnetic properties of cold rolled 0.30 mm thick Fe-6.5wt.%-Si foils, Fang XS, Lin JP, Liang YF, Ye F, Zhang LQ, Chen GL, Journal of Magnetics, 2011, 16(2): 177-180.

6.        Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Rapidly Quenched Fe-6.5wt.% Si Alloy, Liang YF, Lin JP, Ye F, Li YJ, Wang YL, Chen GL,   Journal of Alloys and Compounds. 2010, 504S: S476-S479.

7.        Vacancies and atomic processes in intermetallics - From crystals to quasicrystals and bulk metallic glasses, Schaefer HE, Baier F, Muller MA, Reichle KJ, Reimann K, Rempel AA, Sato K, Ye F, Zhang XY, Sprengel W, Physica Status Solidi B-Basic Solid State Physics, 2011, 248(10): 2290-2299.

8.        Effect of annealing temperature on magnetic properties of cold rolled high silicon steel thin sheet, Liang YF, Ye F, Lin JP, Wang YL, Chen GL, Journal of Alloys and Compounds. 2010, 491: 268-270.

9.        Reversible atomic processes as basic mechanisms of the glass transition, Ye F, Sprengel W, Wunderlich RK, Fecht H-J, Schaefer H-E, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States America (PNAS), 2007, 104(32): 12962-65.

10.    Self-diffusion in liquid interfaces, Herth S, Ye F, Eggersmann M, Gutfleisch O, Würschum R, Physical Review Letters, 2004, 92: 095901.

11.    Crystallization of amorphous solids under pressure, Ye F and Lu K, Physical Review B, 1999, 60: 7018-7024.

12.    Pressure effect on crystallization kinetics of Al-La-Ni amorphous alloy, Ye F and Lu K, Acta materilia 1999, 47: 2449-2454.

13.    Pressure effect on polymorphous crystallization kinetics in amorphous selenium, Ye F and Lu K, Acta materilia, 1998, 46: 5965-5971.

14.    Crystallization kinetics of Al-La-Ni amorphous alloy, Ye F and Lu K, Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, 2000, 262: 228-235.  

 

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