Liam Huber
TitleCited byYear
Ab initio calculations of rare-earth diffusion in magnesium
L Huber, I Elfimov, J Rottler, M Militzer
Physical Review B 85 (14), 144301, 2012
412012
Atomistic simulations of the interaction of alloying elements with grain boundaries in Mg
L Huber, J Rottler, M Militzer
Acta Materialia 80, 194-204, 2014
182014
Ab initio modelling of solute segregation energies to a general grain boundary
L Huber, B Grabowski, M Militzer, J Neugebauer, J Rottler
Acta Materialia 132, 138-148, 2017
72017
A machine learning approach to model solute grain boundary segregation
L Huber, R Hadian, B Grabowski, J Neugebauer
npj Computational Materials 4 (1), 64, 2018
62018
A QM/MM approach for low-symmetry defects in metals
L Huber, B Grabowski, M Militzer, J Neugebauer, J Rottler
Computational Materials Science 118, 259-268, 2016
62016
Reactions in viscous media: potential and free energy surfaces in solvent–solute coordinates
L Huber, E Edwards, MV Basilevsky, N Weinberg
Molecular Physics 107 (21), 2283-2291, 2009
52009
Basal slip in laves phases: The synchroshear dislocation
J Guénolé, FZ Mouhib, L Huber, B Grabowski, S Korte-Kerzel
Scripta Materialia 166, 134-138, 2019
22019
Dislocations in Laves phases–Phantastical beasts and how to understand them
S Korte-Kerzel, C Zehnder, FZ Mouhib, S Sandlöbes, J Guénolé, J Gibson, ...
2019
Quantum simulations of the interaction between solutes and spatial defects in metals.
L Huber
University of British Columbia, 2015
2015
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