Publications

  1. Hu, Y.-C., Schroers, J., Shattuck, M. D., and O’Hern, C. S. Tuning the glass-forming ability of metallic glasses through energetic frustration, Physical Review Materials 3, 085602 (2019).

  2. Li, Z., et al., Stability of ternary nanocrystalline alloys in the Pt–Pd–Au system, Materialia 8, 100449 (2019).

  3. Wolf, W., et al., Formation and stability of complex metallic phases including quasicrystals explored through combinatorial methods, Scientific Reports 9, 7136 (2019).

  4. Li, M.-X., et al., High-temperature bulk metallic glasses developed by combinatorial methods, Nature 569, 99–103 (2019).

  5. Kube, S. A., et al., Phase selection motifs in High Entropy Alloys revealed through combinatorial methods: Large atomic size difference favors BCC over FCC, Acta Materialia 166, 677-686 (2019).

  6. Liu, Z., Han, G., Sohn, S., Liu, N., and Schroers, J., Nanomolding of Crystalline Metals: The Smaller the Easier, Physical Reviews Letters 122, 036101 (2019).

  7. Datye, A., Kube, S. A., Verma D., Schroers J., and Schwarz, U. D., Accelerated discovery and mechanical property characterization of bioresorbable amorphous alloys in the Mg–Zn–Ca and the Fe–Mg–Zn systems using high-throughput methods, Journal of Materials Chemistry B (2019).

  8. McMillon-Brown, L. et al., Measured optical constants of Pd77.5Cu6Si16.5 bulk metallic glass, Optical Materials: X 1, 100012 (2019).

  9. Xie, Y., et al., Supercluster-coupled crystal growth in metallic glass forming liquids, Nature Communications 10, 915 (2019).

  10. Popović, M. P., et al., A study of the effects of minor additives to Pb-Bi eutectic: Designing novel Pb-Bi-X liquid alloys for heat transfer applications, Materials & Design 159, 240-251 (2018).

  11. Li, R., et al., Atomic imprinting into metallic glasses, Communications Physics 1, 75 (2018).

  12. Gibson, A., et al., 3D printing metals like thermoplastics: Fused filament fabrication of metallic glasses, Materials Today 21, 7, 697-702 (2018).

  13. Zhang, H., et al., Combinatorial temperature resistance sensors for the analysis of phase transformations demonstrated for metallic glasses, Acta Materialia 156, 486-495 (2018).

  14. Shayan, M., et al., Nanopatterned bulk metallic glass-based biomaterials modulate macrophage polarization, Acta Biomaterialia 75, 427-438 (2018).

  15. Jennie, W., Loye, A. M., Ketkaew, J., Schroers, J., and Kyriakides, T. R., Hierarchical Micro-and Nanopatterning of Metallic Glass to Engineer Cellular Responses, ACS Applied Bio Materials 1151-1158 (2018).

  16. Loye, A. M., et al., Regulation of mesenchymal stem cell differentiation by nanopatterning of bulk metallic glass, Scientific Reports 8, 8758 (2018).

  17. Bose, A., et al., Traditional and additive manufacturing of a new Tungsten heavy alloy alternative, International Journal of Refractory Metals and Hard Materials 73, 22-28 (2018).

  18. Shao, L., et al., Evolution of microstructure and microhardness of the weld simulated heat-affected zone of Ti-22Al-25Nb (at.%) alloy with continuous cooling rate, Journal of Alloys and Compounds 744, 487-492 (2018).

  19. Ketkaew, J., Fan, M., Shattuck, M. D., O’Hern, C. S., and Schroers, J., Structural relaxation kinetics defines embrittlement in metallic glasses, Scripta Materialia 149, 21-25 (2018).

  20. Zhang, P., Maldonis, J. J., Liu, Z., Schroers, J., and Voyles, P. M., Spatially heterogeneous dynamics in a metallic glass forming liquid imaged by electron correlation microscopy, Nature Communications 9, 1129 (2018).

  21. Chen, W., et al., Test sample geometry for fracture toughness measurements of bulk metallic glasses, Acta Materialia 145, 477-487 (2018).

  22. Hasan, M., et al., Three-Dimensional Compatible Sacrificial Nanoimprint Lithography for Tuning the Wettability of Thermoplastic Materials, Journal of Micro and Nano-Manufacturing 6, 041003 (2018).

  23. Ketkaew J., et al., Mechanical glass transition revealed by the fracture toughness of metallic glasses, Nature Communications 9, 3271 (2018).

  24. Sohn, S., Xie, Y., Jung, Y., Schroers, J., and Cha, J. J., Tailoring crystallization phases in metallic glass nanorods via nucleus starvation, Nature Communications 8, 1980 (2017) .

  25. Kinser, E. R., et al., Nanopatterned Bulk Metallic Glass Biosensors, ACS sensors 2, 12, 1779-1787 (2017).

  26. Xie, Y., Sohn, S., Schroers, J., and Cha, J. J., Direct observation through in situ transmission electron microscope of early states of crystallization in nanoscale metallic glasses, JOM 69, 11, 2187–2191 (2017).

  27. Mota, R. M. O., Graedel, T. E., Pekarskaya, E., and Schroers, J., Criticality in Bulk Metallic Glass Constituent Elements, JOM 69, 11, 2156–2163 (2017).

  28. Allenstein, U., et al., Binary Fe-Pd submicron structures fabricated through glancing angle deposition (GLAD) for bioapplications, Materials & Design, 131, 366-374 (2017).

  29. Li, Y., Zhao, S., Liu, Y., Gong, P., and Schroers, J., How many bulk metallic glasses are there?, ACS Combinatorial Science 19, 11, 687-693 (2017).

  30. Fan, M., Zhang, K., Schroers, J., Shattuck, M. D., and O’Hern, C. S., Particle rearrangement and softening contributions to the nonlinear mechanical response of glasses, Physical Review E 96, 032602 (2017).

  31. Shao, L., et al., Pulsed Laser Beam Welding of Pd43Cu27Ni10P20 Bulk Metallic Glass, Scientific Reports 7, 7989 (2017).

  32. Bordeenithikasem, P., et al., Determination of critical cooling rates in metallic glass forming alloy libraries through laser spike annealing, Scientific Reports 7, 7155 (2017).

  33. Zhang, P., Liu, Z., Schroers, J., and Voyles, P., Atomic-scale Relaxation Dynamics in the Supercooled Liquid State of a Metallic Glass Nanowire by Electron Correlation Microscopy, Microscopy and Microanalysis, 23(S1), 960-961 (2017).

  34. Zhang, P., et al., Applications and limitations of electron correlation microscopy to study relaxation dynamics in supercooled liquids, Ultramicroscopy, 178, 125-130 (2017).

  35. Chen, W., et al., Processing effects on fracture toughness of metallic glasses, Scripta Materialia, 130, 152-156 (2017).

  36. Fan, M., et al., Effects of cooling rate on particle rearrangement statistics: Rapidly cooled glasses are more ductile and less reversible, Physical Review E 95, 022611 (2017).

  37. Li, J., et al., Exploring a wider range of Mg–Ca–Zn metallic glass as biocompatible alloys using combinatorial sputtering, Chemical Communications, 53, 8288-8291 (2017).

  38. Li, J., et al., Combinatorial screening of Pd-based quaternary electrocatalysts for oxygen reduction reaction in alkaline media, Journal of Material Chemistry A, 5, 67-72 (2017).

  39. Sohn, S., et al., Noble metal high entropy alloys, Scripta Materialia 126, 29-32 (2017)

  40. Lee, D., et al., Crystallization behavior upon heating and cooling in Cu50Zr50 metallic glass thin films, Acta Materialia 121, 68–77 (2016).

  41. Padmanabhan, J., et al., https://www.nature.com/articles/srep33277, Scientific Reports 6, 33277 (2016).

  42. Magagnosc, D. J., Chen, W., Kumar, G., Schroers, J., and Gianola, D. S., Thermomechanical Behavior of Molded Metallic Glass Nanowires, Scientific Reports 6, 19530 (2016).

  43. Sohn, S., Jung, Y., Xie, Y., Osuji, C., Schroers, J., and Cha, J. J., Nanoscale size effects in crystallization of metallic glass nanorods. Nature Communications 2015, 6, 8157.

  44. Li, Y., et al. , Combinatorial Strategies for Synthesis and Characterization of Alloy Microstructures over Large Compositional Ranges. ACS Combinatorial Science 18(10), 630–637, (2016).

  45. Perim, E., et al., Spectral descriptors for bulk metallic glasses based on the thermodynamics of competing crystalline phases, Nature communications 7, 12315 (2016).

  46. Sohn, S. W., Jung, Y., Xie, Y., Osuji, C., Schroers, J., and Cha, J. J. , Nanoscale Size Effects on Crystallization Kinetics of Metallic Glass Nanorods by In Situ TEM
    , Microscopy and Microanalysis 22 (Suppl 3), (2016).

  47. Liu, Y., et al., Combinatorial development of antibacterial Zr-Cu-Al-Ag thin film metallic glasses, Scientific Reports, 6(1).(2016).

  48. Chen, W., Liu, Z., Ketkaew, J., Mota, R. M. O., Kim, S.-H., Power, M., Samela, W. and Schroers, J. , Flaw tolerance of metallic glasses, Acta Mater 107, 220-228 (2016).

  49. Ryu, W.-H., Wilson, H., Sohn, S., Li, J., Tong, X., Shaulsky, E., Schroers, J., Elimelech, M., and Taylor, A. D., Heterogeneous WSx/WO3 Thorn-Bush Nanofiber Electrodes for Sodium-Ion Batteries, Acs Nano 10 (3), 3257-3266 (2016).

  50. Liu, Z., Chen, W., Carstensen, J., Ketkaew, J., Mota, R. M. O., Guest, J. K., and Schroers, J., 3D metallic glass cellular structures. Acta Materialia 2016, 105, 35-43.

  51. Ketkaew, J., Liu, Z., Chen, W., and Schroers, J., Critical Crystallization for Embrittlement in Metallic Glasses. Physical Review Letters 2015, 115 (26), 265502.

  52. Liu, J., Liu, Y., Gong, P., Li, Y., Moore, K., Scanley, E., Walker, F., Broadbridge, C., and Schroers, J., Combinatorial exploration of color in gold-based alloys. Gold Bulletin 2015, 1-8.

  53. Doubek, G., et al. Guided Evolution of Bulk Metallic Glass Nanostructures: A Platform for Designing 3D Electrocatalytic Surfaces. Advanced Materials 2015.

  54. Zhang, K., Fan, M., Liu, Y., Schroers, J., Shattuck, M. D., and O’Hern, C. S., Beyond packing of hard spheres: The effects of core softness, non-additivity, intermediate-range repulsion, and many-body interactions on the glass-forming ability of bulk metallic glasses. The Journal of chemical physics 2015, 143 (18), 184502

  55. Gossett, E. M., et al., Computational Nanocharacterization for Combinatorially Developed Bulk Metallic Glass. International Journal of High Speed Electronics and Systems 2015, 24 (03n04), 1520012

  56. Sohn, S., Jung, Y., Xie, Y., Osuji, C., Schroers, J., and Cha, J. J., Nanoscale size effects in crystallization of metallic glass nanorods. Nature communications 2015, 6.

  57. Zhang, K.; Dice, B.; Liu, Y.; Schroers, J.; Shattuck, M. D.; O’Hern, C. S., On the origin of multi-component bulk metallic glasses: Atomic size mismatches and de-mixing. arXiv preprint arXiv:1505.06771 2015

  58. Chen, W.; Ketkaew, J.; Liu, Z.; Mota, R. M. O.; O’Brien, K.; da Silva, C. S.; Schroers, J., Does the fracture toughness of bulk metallic glasses scatter? Scripta Materialia 2015, 107, 1-4.

  59. Singer, J. P., Pelligra, C. I., Kornblum, N., Choo, Y., Gopinadhan, M., Bordeenithikasem, P., Ketkaew, J., Liew, S.F., Cao, H., Schroers, J., Osuji, C. O., Multiscale patterning of a metallic glass using sacrificial imprint lithography, Microsystems & Nanoengineering 1: 15040, (2015).

  60. Carstensen, J. V., Lotfi, R., Guest, J. K., Chen, W., & Schroers, J., “Topology Optimization of Cellular Materials With Maximized Energy Absorption“, ASME 2015 International Design Engineering Technical Conferences and Computers and Information in Engineering Conference, Volume 2B: 41st Design Automation Conference., (2015).

  61. Liu, Y.; Liu, J.; Sohn, S.; Li, Y.; Cha, J. J.; Schroers, J., Metallic glass nanostructures of tunable shape and composition. Nat Commun 2015, 6.

  62. Bordeenithikasem, P.; Sohn, S.; Liu, Z.; Schroers, J., Protocols for multi-step thermoplastic processing of metallic glasses. Scripta Materialia 2015.

  63. Liu, Z.; Schroers, J., General nanomoulding with bulk metallic glasses. Nanotechnology 2015, 26 (14), 145301.

  64. Singer, J. P.; Gopinadhan, M.; Shao, Z.; Taylor, A. D.; Schroers, J.; Osuji, C. O., Nanoimprinting Sub-100 nm Features in a Photovoltaic Nanocomposite using Durable Bulk Metallic Glass Molds. ACS applied materials & interfaces 2015, 7 (6), 3456-3461.

  65. Wang, M.; Zhang, K.; Li, Z.; Liu, Y.; Schroers, J.; Shattuck, M. D.; O’Hern, C. S., Asymmetric crystallization during cooling and heating in model glass-forming systems. arXiv preprint arXiv:1501.02186 2015.

  66. Hasan, M.; Schroers, J.; Kumar, G., Functionalization of metallic glasses through hierarchical patterning. Nano letters 2015.

  67. Zhang, K.; Liu, Y.; Schroers, J.; Shattuck, M. D.; O’Hern, C. S., The glass-forming ability of model metal-metalloid alloys. The Journal of chemical physics 142 (10) 2015.

  68. Kanik, M.; Bordeenithikasem, P.; Kumar, G.; Kinser, E.; Schroers, J., High quality factor metallic glass cantilevers with tunable mechanical properties. Applied Physics Letters 2014, 105 (13), 131911.

  69. Zhang, K.; Smith, W. W.; Wang, M.; Liu, Y.; Schroers, J.; Shattuck, M. D.; O’Hern, C. S., Connection between the packing efficiency of binary hard spheres and the glass-forming ability of bulk metallic glasses. Physical Review E 2014, 90 (3), 032311.

  70. Schroers, J., Condensed-matter physics: Glasses made from pure metals. Nature 2014, 512 (7513), 142-143.

  71. Shao, Z.; Singer, J. P.; Liu, Y.; Liu, Z.; Li, H.; Gopinadhan, M.; O’Hern, C. S.; Schroers, J.; Osuji, C. O., Shear-accelerated crystallization in a supercooled atomic liquid. Physical Review E 2015, 91 (2).

  72. Kanik, M., Bordeenithikasem, P., Kim, D., Selden, N., Desai, A., M’Closkey, R., & Schroers, J. , “Metallic Glass Hemispherical Shell Resonators. “, Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems, 24(1), 19–28 (2015).

  73. M. Kanik, P. Bordeenithikasem, J. Schroers, N. Selden, A. Desai, D. Kim, R. M’Closkey, Microscale three-dimensional hemispherical shell resonators fabricated from metallic glass, 2014 International Symposium on Inertial Sensors and Systems (ISISS), 1-4 (2014).

  74. Magagnosc, D. J.; Kumar, G.; Schroers, J.; Felfer, P.; Cairney, J. M.; Gianola, D. S., Effect of ion irradiation on tensile ductility, strength and fictive temperature in metallic glass nanowires. Acta Materialia 2014, 74, 165-182.

  75. Chen, W.; Liu, Z.; Robinson, H. M.; Schroers, J., Flaw tolerance vs. performance: A tradeoff in metallic glass cellular structures. Acta Materialia 2014, 73, 259-274.

  76. Padmanabhan, J.; Kinser, E. R.; Stalter, M. A.; Duncan-Lewis, C.; Balestrini, J. L.; Sawyer, A. J.; Schroers, J.; Kyriakides, T. R., Engineering Cellular Response Using Nanopatterned Bulk Metallic Glass. Acs Nano 2014, 8 (5), 4366-4375.

  77. Ding, S.; Liu, Y.; Li, Y.; Liu, Z.; Sohn, S.; Walker, F. J.; Schroers, J., Combinatorial development of bulk metallic glasses. Nature materials 2014, 13 (5).

  78. Shao, Z.; Gopinadhan, M.; Kumar, G.; Mukherjee, S.; Liu, Y.; apos; Hern, C. S.; Schroers, J.; Osuji, C. O., Size-dependent viscosity in the super-cooled liquid state of a bulk metallic glass. Applied Physics Letters 2013, 102 (22)

  79. Arora, H. S.; Xu, Q.; Xia, Z.; Ho, Y.-H.; Dahotre, N. B.; Schroers, J.; Mukherjee, S., Wettability of nanotextured metallic glass surfaces. Scripta Materialia 2013, 69 (10), 732-735.

  80. Chen, W.; Liu, Z.; Schroers, J., Joining of bulk metallic glasses in air. Acta Materialia 2014, 62, 49-57.

  81. Gopinadhan, M.; Shao, Z.; Liu, Y.; Mukherjee, S.; Sekol, R. C.; Kumar, G.; Taylor, A. D.; Schroers, J.; Osuji, C. O., Finite size effects in the crystallization of a bulk metallic glass. Applied Physics Letters 2013, 103 (11).

  82. Ritter, C.; Baykara, M. Z.; Stegemann, B.; Heyde, M.; Rademann, K.; Schroers, J.; Schwarz, U. D., Nonuniform friction-area dependency for antimony oxide surfaces sliding on graphite. Physical Review B 2013, 88 (4).

  83. Sekol, R. C.; Carmo, M.; Kumar, G.; Gittleson, F.; Doubek, G.; Sun, K.; Schroers, J.; Taylor, A. D., Pd-Ni-Cu-P metallic glass nanowires for methanol and ethanol oxidation in alkaline media. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 2013, 38 (26), 11248-11255.

  84. Zhang, K.; Wang, M.; Papanikolaou, S.; Liu, Y.; Schroers, J.; Shattuck, M. D.; O’Hern, C. S., Computational studies of the glass-forming ability of model bulk metallic glasses. Journal of Chemical Physics 2013, 139 (12).

  85. B. Sarac and J. Schroers, “Designing tensile ductility in metallic glasses”, Nature Communication 4 (2013).

  86. R. C. Sekol, G. Kumar, M. Carmo, F. Gittleson, N. Hardesty-Dyck, S. Mukherjee, J. Schroers and A. D. Taylor, “Bulk Metallic Glass Micro Fuel Cell”, Small 9 (12), 2081-2085 (2013).

  87. S. Mukherjee, R. C. Sekol, M. Carmo, E. I. Altman, A. D. Taylor and J. Schroers,”Metallic-Glass Nanostructures: Tunable Hierarchical Metallic-Glass Nanostructures”, Advanced Functional Materials 23 (21), 2784-2784 (2013).

  88. G. Kumar, J. Blawzdziewicz and J. Schroers,”Controllable nanoimprinting of metallic glasses: effect of pressure and interfacial properties”, Nanotechnology 24 (10), 105301-105301 (2013).

  89. G. Kumar, P. Neibecker, Y. H. Liu and J. Schroers,”Critical fictive temperature for plasticity in metallic glasses”, Nature Communications 4 (2013).

  90. J. Schroers,”BULK Metallic Glasses”, Physics Today 66 (2), 32-37 (2013).

  91. D. J. Magagnosc, R. Ehrbar, G. Kumar, M. R. He, J. Schroers and D. S. Gianola,”Tunable Tensile Ductility in Metallic Glasses”, Scientific Reports 3 (2013).

  92. B. Sarac, J. Ketkaew, D. O. Popnoe and J. Schroers,”Honeycomb Structures of Bulk Metallic Glasses”, Advanced Functional Materials 22 (15), 3161-3169 (2012).

  93. S. Mukherjee, M. Carmo, G. Kumar, R. C. Sekol, A. D. Taylor and J. Schroers, “Palladium nanostructures from multi-component metallic glass”, Electrochimica Acta 74, 145-150 (2012).

  94. S. Ding, J. Gregoire, J. J. Vlassak, J. Schroers, “Solidification of Au-Cu-Si alloys investigated by a combinatorial approach”. Journal of Applied Physics 111  ( 2012).

  95. J.M. Gregoire, P.J. McCluskey, D. Dale, S. Ding, J. Schroers, and J.J. Vlassak, “Combining combinatorial nanocalorimetry and X-ray diffraction techniques to study the effects of composition and quench rate on Au–Cu–Si metallic glasses,” Scripta Materialia 66, 178 (2012)

  96. G. Kumar, A. Desai and J. Schroers, “Bulk Metallic Glass: The Smaller the Better“, Adv Mater 23 (4), 461-476 (2011).

  97. G. Kumar, S. Prades-Rodel, A. Blatter, and J. Schroers, “Unusual brittle behavior of Pd-based bulk metallic glass,” Scripta Materialia 65, 585-587 (2011)

  98. J. Schroers, T. M. Hodges, G. Kumar, H. Raman, A. J. Barnes, P. Quoc and T. A. Waniuk, “Thermoplastic blow molding of metals“, Mater Today 14 (1-2), 14-19 (2011).

  99. B. Sarac, G. Kumar, T. Hodges, S. Y. Ding, A. Desai and J. Schroers, “Three-Dimensional Shell Fabrication Using Blow Molding of Bulk Metallic Glass“, J Microelectromech S 20 (1), 28-36 (2011).

  100. B. Pitt, G. Kumar and J. Schroers, “Temperature dependent formability in metallic glasses“, J Appl Phys, 110, 043518 (2011).

  101. X. D. Wang, Q. P. Cao, J. Z. Jiang, H. Franz, J. Schroers, R. Z. Valiev, Y. Ivanisenko, H. Gleiter and H. J. Fecht, “Atomic-level structural modifications induced by severe plastic shear deformation in bulk metallic glasses“, Scripta Mater 64 (1), 81-84 (2011).

  102. M. Carmo, R. C. Sekol, S. Y. Ding, G. Kumar, J. Schroers and A. D. Taylor, “Bulk Metallic Glass Nanowire Architecture for Electrochemical Applications“, Acs Nano 5 (4), 2979-2983 (2011).

  103. D. H. Xu, B. D. Wirth, J. Schroers and W. L. Johnson, “Calculating glass-forming ability in absence of key kinetic and thermodynamic parameters“, Appl Phys Lett 97, 024102, (2010).

  104. J. Schroers, “Processing of bulk metallic glass“, Adv Mater 22, 1566-1597 (2010).

  105. G. Kumar, P. A. Staffier, J. Blawzdziewicz, U. D. Schwarz and J. Schroers, “Atomically smooth surfaces through thermoplastic forming of metallic glass“, Appl Phys Lett 97, 101907, (2010).

  106. J. Kong, S. Ding and J. Schroers, “Wetting of bulk metallic glass forming liquids on metals and ceramics“, J Appl Phys 110, 043508, (2011).

  107. I. Galliano, R. Busch and J. Schroers, “Kinetic and thermodynamic studies of the fragility of bulk metallic glass forming liquids“, J. Appl. Phys. 108, 063501 (2010).

  108. J. Schroers, G. Kumar, T. M. Hodges, S. Chan and T. R. Kyriakides, “Bulk metallic glasses for biomedical applications“, Jom-Us 61 (9), 21-29 (2009).

  109. C. E. Packard, J. Schroers and C. A. Schuh, “In situ measurements of surface tension-driven shape recovery in a metallic glass“, Scripta Mater 60 (12), 1145-1148 (2009).

  110. R. Martinez-Duarte, M. J. Madou, G. Kumar and J. Schroers, “A novel method for amorphous metal micromolding using carbon MEMS“, TRANSDUCERS 2009 – 15th International Conference on Solid-State Sensors, Actuators and Microsystems 5285533, 188-191 (2009).

  111. G. Kumar, H. X. Tang and J. Schroers, “Nanomoulding with amorphous metals“, Nature 457 (7231), 868-872 (2009).

  112. G. Kumar, D. Rector, R. D. Conner and J. Schroers, “Embrittlement of Zr-based bulk metallic glasses“, Acta Mater 57 (12), 3572-3583 (2009).

  113. H. M. Chiu, G. Kumar, J. Blawzdziewicz and J. Schroers, “Thermoplastic extrusion of bulk metallic glass“, Scripta Mater 61 (1), 28-31 (2009).

  114. C. Borchers, J. Schroers and R. Busch, “Prediction of spinodal wavelength in continuously cooled metallic liquid“, Annalen Der Physik 18 (1), 4-12 (2009).

  115. C. Veazey, M. D. Demetriou, J. Schroers, J. C. Hanan, L. A. Dunning, W. F. Kaukler and W. L. Johnson, “Foaming of amorphous metals approaches the limit of microgravity foaming“, Journal of Advanced Materials 40 (1), 7-11 (2008).

  116. J. Schroers, “On the formability of bulk metallic glass in its supercooled liquid state“, Acta Mater 56 (3), 471-478 (2008).

  117. R. Martinez, G. Kumar and J. Schroers, “Hot rolling of bulk metallic glass in its supercooled liquid region“, Scripta Mater 59 (2), 187-190 (2008).

  118. G. Kumar and J. Schroers, “Write and erase mechanisms for bulk metallic glass“, Appl Phys Lett 92, 031901,  (2008).

  119. J. Schroers, Q. Pham, A. Peker, N. Paton and R. V. Curtis, “Blow molding of bulk metallic glass“, Scripta Mater 57 (4), 341-344 (2007).

  120. J. Schroers, Q. Pham and A. Desai, “Thermoplastic forming of bulk metallic glass – A technology for MEMS and microstructure fabrication“, J Microelectromech S 16 (2), 240-247 (2007).

  121. J. Schroers, T. Nguyen, S. O’Keeffe and A. Desai, “Thermoplastic forming of bulk metallic glass – Applications for MEMS and microstructure fabrication“, Mat Sci Eng a-Struct 449, 898-902 (2007).

  122. J. Schroers, T. Nguyen and G. A. Croopnick, “A novel metallic glass composite synthesis method“, Scripta Mater 56 (2), 177-180 (2007).

  123. J. Schroers, B. Lohwongwatana, W. L. Johnson and A. Peker, “Precious bulk metallic glasses for jewelry applications“, Mat Sci Eng a-Struct 449, 235-238 (2007).

  124. B. A. Legg, J. Schroers and R. Busch, “Thermodynamics, kinetics, and crystallization of Pt57.3Cu14.6Ni5.3P22.8 bulk metallic glass“, Acta Mater 55 (3), 1109-1116 (2007).

  125. M. D. Demetriou, C. Veazey, J. Schroers, J. C. Hanan and W. L. Johnson, “Expansion evolution during foaming of amorphous metals“, Mat Sci Eng a-Struct 449, 863-867 (2007).

  126. M. D. Demetriou, C. Veazey, J. Schroers, J. C. Hanan and W. L. Johnson, “Thermo-plastic expansion of amorphous metallic foam“, J Alloy Compd 434, 92-96 (2007).

  127. R. Busch, J. Schroers and W. H. Wang, “Thermodynamics and kinetics of bulk metallic glass“, Mrs Bulletin 32 (8), 620-623 (2007).

  128. S. Bossuyt, S. Gimenez and J. Schroers, “Resonant vibration analysis for temperature dependence of elastic properties of bulk metallic glass“, J Mater Res 22 (2), 533-537 (2007).

  129. J. Schroers and N. Paton, “Amorphous metal alloys form like plastics“, Advanced Materials & Processes 164 (1), 61-63 (2006).

  130. B. Lohwongwatana, J. Schroers and W. L. Johnson, “Strain rate induced crystallization in bulk metallic glass-forming liquid“, Phys Rev Lett 96 (7), – (2006).

  131. J. Schroers, B. Lohwongwatana, W. L. Johnson and A. Peker, “Gold based bulk metallic glass“, Appl Phys Lett 87 (6), – (2005).

  132. J. Schroers, “The superplastic forming of bulk metallic glasses“, Jom-Us 57 (5), 35-39 (2005).

  133. S. Mukherjee, J. Schroers, W. L. Johnson and W. K. Rhim, “Influence of kinetic and thermodynamic factors on the glass-forming ability of zirconium-based bulk amorphous alloys“, Phys Rev Lett 94 (24), – (2005).

  134. S. Bossuyt, J. Schroers, W. K. Rhim and W. L. Johnson, “Minimizing convection effects to measure diffusion in liquid droplets during high-temperature electrostatic levitation“, Review of Scientific Instruments 76 (3), – (2005).

  135. J. Schroers, C. Veazey, M. D. Demetriou and W. L. Johnson, “Synthesis method for amorphous metallic foam“, J Appl Phys 96 (12), 7723-7730 (2004).

  136. J. Schroers and W. L. Johnson, “Highly processable bulk metallic glass-forming alloys in the Pt-Co-Ni-Cu-P system“, Appl Phys Lett 84 (18), 3666-3668 (2004).

  137. J. Schroers and W. L. Johnson, “Dispersion technique studies on Pd43Ni10Cu27P20“, Mat Sci Eng a-Struct 375-77, 781-784 (2004).

  138. J. Schroers and W. L. Johnson, “Ductile bulk metallic glass“, Phys Rev Lett 93 (25), – (2004).

  139. J. Schroers, S. Bossuyt, W. K. Rhim, J. Z. Li, Z. H. Zhou and W. L. Johnson, “Enhanced temperature uniformity by tetrahedral laser heating“, Review of Scientific Instruments 75 (11), 4523-4527 (2004).

  140. S. Mukherjee, Z. Zhou, J. Schroers, W. L. Johnson and W. K. Rhim, “Overheating threshold and its effect on time-temperature-transformation diagrams of zirconium based bulk metallic glasses“, Appl Phys Lett 84 (24), 5010-5012 (2004).

  141. S. Mukherjee, J. Schroers, Z. Zhou, W. L. Johnson and W. K. Rhim, “Viscosity and specific volume of bulk metallic glass-forming alloys and their correlation with glass forming ability“, Acta Mater 52 (12), 3689-3695 (2004).

  142. T. Waniuk, J. Schroers and W. L. Johnson, “Timescales of crystallization and viscous flow of the bulk glass-forming Zr-Ti-Ni-Cu-Be alloys“, Phys Rev B 67 (18), – (2003).

  143. J. Schroers, C. Veazey and W. L. Johnson, “Amorphous metallic foam“, Appl Phys Lett 82 (3), 370-372 (2003).

  144. L. L. Li, J. Schroers and Y. Wu, “Crossover of microscopic dynamics in metallic supercooled liquid observed by NMR“, Phys Rev Lett 91 (26), – (2003).

  145. J. Schroers, Y. Wu and W. L. Johnson, “Heterogeneous influences on the crystallization of Pd43Ni10Cu27P20“, Philosophical Magazine a-Physics of Condensed Matter Structure Defects and Mechanical Properties 82 (6), 1207-1217 (2002).

  146. J. Schroers and W. L. Johnson, “Extremely low critical cooling rate measured on dispersed Pd43Ni10Cu27P20“, Appl Phys Lett 80 (12), 2069-2071 (2002).

  147. J. Schroers and W. L. Johnson, “Extremely low critical cooling rate for Pd43Ni10Cu27P20“, J Metastab Nanocryst 386-3, 111-115 (2002).

  148. H. Choi-Yim, J. Schroers and W. L. Johnson, “Microstructures and mechanical properties of tungsten wire/particle reinforced Zr57Nb5Al10Cu15.4Ni12.6 metallic glass matrix composites“, Appl Phys Lett 80 (11), 1906-1908 (2002).

  149. H. Assadi and J. Schroers, “Crystal nucleation in deeply undercooled melts of bulk metallic glass forming systems“, Acta Mater 50 (1), 89-100 (2002).

  150. T. A. Waniuk, J. Schroers and W. L. Johnson, “Critical cooling rate and thermal stability of Zr-Ti-Cu-Ni-Be alloys“, Appl Phys Lett 78 (9), 1213-1215 (2001).

  151. J. Schroers, Y. Wu, R. Busch and W. L. Johnson, “Transition from nucleation controlled to growth controlled crystallization in Pd43Ni10Cu27P20 melts”, Acta Mater 49 (14), 2773-2781 (2001).

  152. J. Schroers, J. F. Loffler, E. Pekarskaya, R. Busch and W. L. Johnson, “Crystallization of bulk glass forming Pd-based melts“, Metastable, Mechanically Alloyed and Nanocrystalline Materials, Ismanam-2000 360-3, 79-84 (2001).

  153. J. Schroers, R. Busch, S. Bossuyt and W. L. Johnson, “Crystallization behavior of the bulk metallic glass forming Zr41Ti14Cu12Ni10Be23 liquid“, Mat Sci Eng a-Struct 304, 287-291 (2001).

  154. C. C. Hays, J. Schroers, W. L. Johnson, T. J. Rathz, R. W. Hyers, J. R. Rogers and M. B. Robinson, “Vitrification and determination of the crystallization time scales of the bulk-metallic-glass-forming liquid Zr58.5Nb2.8Cu15.6Ni12.8Al10.3“, Appl Phys Lett 79 (11), 1605-1607 (2001).

  155. J. Schroers, K. Samwer, F. Szuecs and W. L. Johnson, “Characterization of the interface between the bulk glass forming alloy Zr41Ti14Cu12Ni10Be23 with pure metals and ceramics“, J Mater Res 15 (7), 1617-1621 (2000).

  156. J. Schroers, W. L. Johnson and R. Busch, “Repeated crystallization in undercooled Zr41Ti14Cu12Ni10Be23 liquids“, Appl Phys Lett 76 (17), 2343-2345 (2000).

  157. J. Schroers, W. L. Johnson and R. Busch, “Crystallization kinetics of the bulk-glass-forming Pd43Ni10Cu27P20 melt“, Appl Phys Lett 77 (8), 1158-1160 (2000).

  158. J. Schroers and W. L. Johnson, “History dependent crystallization of Zr41Ti14Cu12Ni10Be23 melts“, J Appl Phys 88 (1), 44-48 (2000).

  159. J. Schroers and W. L. Johnson, “Crystallization of Zr41Ti14Cu12Ni10Be23“, Materials Transactions Jim 41 (11), 1530-1537 (2000).

  160. J. Schroers, D. Holland-Moritz, D. M. Herlach and K. Urban, “Growth kinetics of quasicrystalline and polytetrahedral phases of Al-Pd-Mn, Al-Co, and Al-Fe from the undercooled melt“, Phys Rev B 61 (21), 14500-14506 (2000).

  161. J. Schroers, R. Busch and W. L. Johnson, Crystallization of Zr41Ti14Cu12Ni10Be23 melts, Metastable, Mechanically Alloyed and Nanocrystalline Materials, Pts 1 and 2 343-3, 167-172 (2000).

  162. J. F. Loffler, J. Schroers and W. L. Johnson, “Time-temperature-transformation diagram and microstructures of bulk glass forming Pd40Cu30Ni10P20″, Appl Phys Lett 77 (5), 681-683 (2000).

  163. C. C. Hays, J. Schroers, U. Geyer, S. Bossuyt, N. Stein and W. L. Johnson, “Glass forming ability in the Zr-Nb-Ni-Cu-Al bulk metallic glasses”, Metastable, Mechanically Alloyed and Nanocrystalline Materials, Pts 1 and 2 343-3, 103-108 (2000).

  164. J. Schroers, A. Masuhr, W. L. Johnson and R. Busch, “Pronounced asymmetry in the crystallization behavior during constant heating and cooling of a bulk metallic glass-forming liquid”, Phys Rev B 60 (17), 11855-11858 (1999).

  165. J. Schroers, R. Busch, A. Masuhr and W. L. Johnson, “Nucleation in undercooled Zr41Ti14Cu12Ni10Be23 melts”, J Non-Cryst Solids 250, 699-703 (1999).

  166. D. Holland-Moritz, I. R. Iu, G. Wilde, J. Schroers and B. Grushko, “Melting entropy of Al-based quasicrystals”, J Non-Cryst Solids 250, 829-832 (1999).

  167. D. Holland-Moritz, J. Schroers, D. M. Herlach, B. Grushko and K. Urban, “Undercooling and solidification behaviour of melts of the quasicrystal-forming alloys Al-Cu-Fe and Al-Cu-Co”, Acta Mater 46 (5), 1601-1615 (1998).

  168. J. Schroers, R. Busch, A. Masuhr and W. L. Johnson, “Continuous refinement of the microstructure during crystallization of supercooled Zr41Ti14Cu12Ni10Be23 melts”, Appl Phys Lett 74 (19), 2806-2808 (1998).

  169. J. Schroers, D. HollandMoritz, D. M. Herlach, B. Grushko and K. Urban, “Undercooling and solidification behaviour of a metastable decagonal quasicrystalline phase and crystalline phases in Al-Co”, Mat Sci Eng a-Struct 226, 990-994 (1997).

  170. D. HollandMoritz, J. Schroers, B. Grushko, D. M. Herlach and K. Urban, “Dependence of phase selection and microstructure of quasicrystal-forming Al-Cu-Fe alloys on the processing and solidification conditions”, Mat Sci Eng a-Struct 226, 976-980 (1997).

  171. D. HollandMoritz, J. Schroers, D. M. Herlach, B. Grushko and K. Urban, “Undercoolability and solidification behaviour of melts of Al-Cu-Co and Al-Cu-Fe”, Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Quasicrystals, 636-643, 840 (1997).

  172. J. Schroers, T. Volkmann, D. M. Herlach, D. R. Allen and J. H. Perepezko, “Phase selection processes in undercooled Ni-V melts”, International Journal of Rapid Solidification 9 (4), 267-288 (1996).