Ian Winter joined LLNL as a Postdoctoral Research Staff Member in the Computational Materials Science Group in February 2019. His research interests include computational materials design, elasticity theory, molecular dynamics, and density-functional theory. His current research focuses on modeling materials interfaces. Prior to joining LLNL, he received his PhD in Materials Science and Engineering from the University of California, Berkeley.
- I. S. Winter, J. Montoya, K. A. Persson and D. C. Chrzan, “Ab initio calculation of thermal expansion with application to understanding Invar behavior in gum metal,” Physical Review Materials 2, 073601 (2018).
- I. S. Winter, Z. J. Wang, P. Hosemann and D. C. Chrzan , “Impact of a dense helium-bubble superlattice on the deformation of copper by twinning,” Journal of Nuclear Materials 508, 481 (2018).
- I. S. Winter, M. de Jong, M. Asta and D. C. Chrzan, ”Computing elastic anisotropy to discover gum-metal-like structural alloys,” Physical Review Materials 1, 030601 (2017).
- I. S. Winter, T. Tsuru and D. C. Chrzan, “Lattice softening in body-centered-cubic lithium-magnesium alloys,” Physical Review Materials 1, 033606 (2017).
- M. de Jong, I. Winter, D. C. Chrzan and M. Asta, “Ideal strength and ductility in metals from second- and third-order elastic constants,” Physical Review B 96, 014105 (2017).
- I. S. Winter, M. Poschmann, T. Tsuru and D. C. Chrzan, “Dislocations near elastic instability in high-pressure body-centered-cubic magnesium,” Physical Review B 95, 064107 (2017).