OOF: Finite Element Analysis of Microstructures

Credits and Disclaimers

Credits

OOF was developed at the US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) by
Principal Developers
Steve Langer Applied and Computational Mathematics Division
Information Technology Laboratory
NIST
Andrew Reid Metallurgy Division
Material Measurement Laboratory
NIST
Valerie R. Coffman Applied and Computational Mathematics Division
Information Technology Laboratory
NIST
Günay Doğan Theiss Research
R. Edwin García Materials Engineering Department
Purdue University
Previously funded by the MatCASE project, NSF ITR-0205232
Developers Emeritus
Rhonald Lua Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Penn State University
NIST MSEL guest researcher
Previously funded by the MatCASE project, NSF ITR-0205232
Seung-Ill Haan Department of Mechanical Engineering
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
NIST CTCMS guest researcher
Andy Roosen Materials Science and Engineering Laboratory
NIST
Students
Kyle Stemen Kent State University
NIST SURF program
Olga Kuznetsova University of Maryland
NIST SURF program
Daniel Vlacich
Kang-Xing Jin
Kevin Chang
Eric Ma
Science Magnet Program
Montgomery Blair High School
Silver Spring, MD
Advisors, Kibbitzers, and Other Hangers-On
Ed Fuller Ceramics Division
Materials Science and Engineering Laboratory
NIST
Craig Carter Department of Materials Science and Engineering
MIT
Panos Charalambides Department of Mechanical Engineering
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Zi-Kui Liu Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Penn State University

Support for OOF comes from the NIST Information Technology Laboratory, and the NIST Center for Theoretical and Computational Materials Science.


Disclaimer

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