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Yue Fan

Yue Fan

Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering

Fan's Research Group

Address

3476 GGB
2350 Hayward, Ann Arbor, MI 48109

Email: fanyue@umich.edu
Phone: (734) 764-4334

Research Interests

Long time scale atomistic simulation, irradiation defects structure evolution in structure materials, deformation mechanisms and mechanical properties in amorphous system

Faculty Type

Tenured and Tenure-Track

Related News

American Chemical Society selects proposal from Yue Fan
02/16/2021
The American Chemical Society has awarded Yue Fan in their Doctoral New Investigator grant program.

Yue Fan published in Physical Review Materials
03/10/2020
Yue Fan's paper entitled, "Atomistic Mechanism and Probability Determination of the Cutting of GP Zones by Edge Dislocations in Dilute Al-Cu Alloys," published in the Physical Review Materials. 

Yue Fan winner of NSF CAREER Award Program
01/21/2020
Fan's proposal entitled, "Connecting Grain Boundary's Metastability Evolution to Mechanical Behavior of Nanocrystalline Alloys During Non-Equilibrium Processing," won the award.

Fan group's recent study on dislocation-obstacle interaction published in Physical Review Letters
04/10/2018
A recent research by U-M ME Ph.D. student Zhiton Bai and Assistant Professor Yue Fan, entitled "Abnormal Strain Rate Sensitivity Driven by a Unit Dislocation-Obstacle Interaction in bcc Fe," was published in the March 2018 Physical Review Letters.

Fan receives 2017 ASME Haythornthwaite Young Investigator Award
11/17/2017
This award targets university faculty engaged in research in theoretical and applied mechanics that are at the beginning of their academic careers.

Yue Fan’s Research Published in Nature Communications
05/23/2017
The research focused on metallic glass, a novel material system with significantly different properties from traditional metal.

ME Welcomes Four New Faculty
10/24/2016
The ME department is pleased to welcome Jesse Capecelatro, Daniel Cooper,  Bogdan Ioan Popa, and Yue Fan, who are joining the faculty as assistant professors