Faculty

Dr.Yuranan Hanlumyuang

Lecturer

  • B.S. Materials Science and Engineering with an additional major in Physics, Carnegie Mellon University, USA, 2006
  • M.S. Materials Science and Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, USA, 2008
  • Ph.D. Materials Science and Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, USA, 2011

fengynh@ku.ac.th

Tel: 02-942-8555

Disciplines

Research

 

- G. Shi, Y. Hanlumyuang, Z. Liu, Y. Gong, W. Gao,  B. Li, J. Kono, J. Lou, R. Vajtai,  P. Sharma, and P. M. Ajayan “BoronNitride-Graphene Nanocapacitor and the Origins of Anomalous Size-dependent Increase of Capacitance,” Nano Letters 14, 1739 (2014)

Y. Hanlumyuang, L. P. Liu, and P. Sharma. “Revisiting the Entropic Force Between Fluctuating Biological Membranes.”  Journal of Mechanics and Physics of Solids 63, 179 (2014).

Y. Hanlumyuang,  R. P. Sankaran, M. P. Sherburne, J. W. Morris Jr., and D. C. Chrzan“Phonons and Phase Stability in TiV Approximants to Gum Metals.”  Physical Review B 85, 144108  (2012).

- D. C. Chrzan, M. P. Sherburne, Y. Hanlumyuang, T. Li, and J. W.  Morris Jr., “Spreading of dislocation cores in elastically anisotropic body-centered-cubic materials: The case of gum metal.”  Physical Review B 82, 184202 (2010).

- J. W. Morris Jr., Y. Hanlumyuang,  M. P. Sherburne, E. Withey, D. C. Chrzan, S. Kuramoto, Y. Hayashi, and M. Hara, “Anomalous transformation-induced deformation in <110> textured Gum Metal.”Acta Materialia 58,  3271 (2010).

Y. Hanlumyuang, P. A. Gordon, T. Neeraj,  and D. C. Chrzan, “Interaction between carbon solutes and dislocations in bcc iron.”Acta Materialia 58, 5481 (2010).

Y. Hanlumyuang, P. R. Ohodnicki, D. E. Laughlin, and M. E. McHenry, “Bragg-Williams model of Fe-Co order-disorder phase transformations in a strong magnetic field.” Journal of Applied Physics99, 08F101 (2006).

      -  ŸX. Zhang, S. Ha, Y. Hanlumyuang, C. H. Chou, V. Rodriguez, M. Skowronski, J. J. Sumakeries, M. J. Paisley, and M. J. OLoughlin. “Morphology of basal plane dislocations in 4H-SiC homoepitaxial layers grown by chemical vapor deposition.” Journal of Applied Physics101, 053517(2007).