My interests are in materials informatics, density functional theory, machine learning, bayesian inference, and optimal design methods applied to accelerate the search and discovery of novel 2D materials, metallic alloys, ferroic and electronic materials.
Assistant Professor, Materials Science and Engineering, starting Fall 2024
Kory Burns is an incoming Assistant Professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering starting Fall 2024. After obtaining a B.S. in Chemistry from Valdosta State University in 2017, he completed an M.S. in Materials Science and Engineering in 2020 and a Ph.D. in Materials Science...
Heinz and Doris Wilsdorf Distinguished Research Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, Associate Professor of Materials Science and Engineering
Our research foucses on the impact of environmental degradation on the mechanical properties of high-performance structural metals. We explore a wide range of material systems (e.g. steel, Al, Ti, Ni-based alloys) produced via tradtional and additively manufactured processes. Our work is at the...