2019 - Member of the National Academy of Engineering For contributions to design science and application of nanocrystalline metals.
2019 - Fellow, National Academy of Inventors
2017 - ASM Fellow "For leadership in the fields of materials science, engineering, and education, including the successful integration of fundamental science into the design, fabrication, and commercial implementation of advanced materials products."
His scientific interests lie mostly in Metallurgy, Nanocrystalline material, Composite material, Amorphous metal and Plasticity. His Metallurgy study combines topics in areas such as Temperature cycling and Scaling. His Nanocrystalline material research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Grain size, Grain growth, Grain boundary, Nanostructure and Alloy.
His Composite material study typically links adjacent topics like Single crystal. His Amorphous metal research incorporates themes from Shear, Shear band, Mineralogy and Deformation. His Plasticity study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Activation energy, Continuum Modeling, Elasticity, Nanoindentation and Compression.
Christopher A. Schuh mainly focuses on Composite material, Metallurgy, Grain boundary, Nanocrystalline material and Alloy. His work in Amorphous metal, Deformation, Plasticity, Shape-memory alloy and Nanoindentation are all subfields of Composite material research. His Amorphous metal research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Shear and Shear band.
His research integrates issues of Temperature cycling and Phase in his study of Metallurgy. His Grain boundary research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Triple junction, Boundary, Condensed matter physics and Thermodynamics. The various areas that Christopher A. Schuh examines in his Nanocrystalline material study include Chemical physics, Atom probe, Nanostructure and Grain size, Grain growth.
Christopher A. Schuh mainly focuses on Composite material, Nanocrystalline material, Grain boundary, Shape-memory alloy and Alloy. His study in Crystallite extends to Composite material with its themes. His Nanocrystalline material research includes elements of Metallurgy, Grain growth, Nanocrystalline alloy and Nanostructure.
His Metallurgy research focuses on Microstructure in particular. Christopher A. Schuh interconnects Chemical physics, Thermal stability, Grain size and Thermodynamics in the investigation of issues within Grain boundary. His Shape-memory alloy research integrates issues from Single crystal, Pseudoelasticity, Martensite and Hysteresis.
Christopher A. Schuh mostly deals with Composite material, Grain boundary, Nanocrystalline material, Shape-memory alloy and Alloy. He has included themes like Crystallography, Amorphous solid and Strain in his Composite material study. His research in Amorphous solid is mostly focused on Amorphous metal.
His work deals with themes such as Chemical physics, Grain growth and Thermodynamics, which intersect with Grain boundary. His Ceramic research incorporates elements of Deformation and Crystallite. His study in Metallurgy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Particle and Plating.
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Mechanical behavior of amorphous alloys
Christopher A. Schuh;Todd C. Hufnagel;Upadrasta Ramamurty.
Acta Materialia (2007)
A nanoindentation study of serrated flow in bulk metallic glasses
C.A. Schuh;T.G. Nieh.
Acta Materialia (2003)
Nanoindentation studies of materials
Christopher A. Schuh.
Materials Today (2006)
Design of stable nanocrystalline alloys.
Tongjai Chookajorn;Heather A. Murdoch;Christopher A. Schuh.
Atomistic basis for the plastic yield criterion of metallic glass.
Christopher A. Schuh;Alan C. Lund.
Nature Materials (2003)
The effect of solid solution W additions on the mechanical properties of nanocrystalline Ni
C.A. Schuh;T.G. Nieh;H. Iwasaki.
Acta Materialia (2003)
New regime of homogeneous flow in the deformation map of metallic glasses: elevated temperature nanoindentation experiments and mechanistic modeling
Christopher A. Schuh;Alan C. Lund;T.G. Nieh.
Acta Materialia (2004)
Six decades of the Hall–Petch effect – a survey of grain-size strengthening studies on pure metals
Zachary Copoulos Cordero;Braden E. Knight;Christopher A Schuh.
International Materials Reviews (2016)
Quantitative insight into dislocation nucleation from high-temperature nanoindentation experiments.
C. A. Schuh;J. K. Mason;A. C. Lund.
Nature Materials (2005)
Hall–Petch breakdown manifested in abrasive wear resistance of nanocrystalline nickel
C.A. Schuh;T.G. Nieh;T. Yamasaki.
Scripta Materialia (2002)
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