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Heeman Choe

Personal Portrait

I am originally from Korea. Upon graduating from KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) in 1995, I came to the states to continue my graduate study at UC Irvine (1997) and UC Berkeley (2001) for M.S. and Ph.D programs, respectively.

During my post-doc work here at Northwestern University, I have been working on the processing and properties of Ni-Al/Ni-Cr-Al superalloy foams and transformation superplasticity of Ti by chemical cycling. Additionally, I have recently started working on Ti-TiC-W alloys for biomaterial applications.

Research

Processing and mechanical properties of Ni-base superalloy foams

Transformation superplasticity of titanium through thermochemical cycling

Comparability of the Ti-TiC-W alloy system as a biomaterial

Education

B.S., Materials Science and Engineering, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)

M.S., Materials Science and Engineering, University of California at Irvine

Ph.D., Materials Science and Engineering, University of California at Berkeley

Contact

Phone: 480.552.8712
Fax: 480.554.1521
e-mail: heeman.choe(@intel.com)
Address: Assembly Technology Development
Intel Corporation
5000 W. Chandler Blvd
Mail Stop CH5-159
Chandler, AZ 85226

Recent Publications

  1. H. Choe, C. Schuh and D. Dunand, “Measurement and Modeling of Transformation Superplasticity of Titanium upon Hydrogen Cycling,” will be submitted to Acta Materialia.
  2. H. Choe and D.C. Dunand. “Mechanical Properties of Oxidation-Resistant Ni–Cr Foams” Materials Science and Engineering A, 384, 1-2 (2004) 183-193.
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  3. H. Choe and D. Dunand, “Synthesis, Structure, and Mechanical Properties of Ni-Al and Ni-Cr-Al Superalloy Foams,” Acta Materialia, 2003, accepted.
  4. H. Choe and D. Dunand, “Superalloy Foams Produced by Gas-Phase Alloying Techniques,” 3rd International Conference on Cellular Metals and Metal Foaming Technology, Berlin, Germany, 2003.
  5. H. Choe and D. Dunand, “Creep of Ni-Al and Ni-Cr-Al Superalloy Foams,” in Affordable Metal Matrix Composites for High Performance Applications, TMS, Warrendale, PA, 2003.
  6. H. Choe and D. Dunand, “Transformation Superplasticity of Titanium Through Thermochemical Cycling,” in Acvances in Superplasticity and Superplastic Foaming, TMS, Charlotte, NC, 2004, accepted.

 

August 7, 2008