Jeremy Mason

Jeremy Mason

Position Title
Assistant Professor

Unit
Materials Science and Engineering

2005 Kemper
Bio

Dr. Mason's research uses theoretical and computational techniques to study the evolution of materials. He and his research group investigate phenomena as diverse as the solidification nuclei in a liquid, the appearance of low-energy dislocation structures during the deformation of metals and grain boundary motion during annealing and recrystallization. Approaching these topics often requires the group to develop either new simulation methods to improve accuracy or reduce runtime or new mathematical models to develop and analyze simulation results and make rigorous comparison with experiments. His research will help develop both a theoretical and a computational side of rational materials design at the microstructural level.