Associate Professor of Department of Astronautics Science and Mechanics
Ph.D. 2007 Engineering physics, University of Virginia
M.S. 2002 Materials science, Tsinghua University
B.S. 2000 Materials science, Tsinghua University
Department of Astronautics Science and Mechanics
P.O. Box 344, Harbin Institute of Technology
92, Xidazhi Street, Nangang District
Harbin, Heilongjiang, P.R. China, 150001
Computational Mechanics and Materials Science, general field of diffusional phase transformations under the influence of externally applied physical fields. Of particular interest are the following topics:
2011- Present, Harbin Institute of Technology, Dept. of Astronautics Science and Mechanics, Associate Professor
2010-2011, Uiversity of California, Irvine, Dept. of Mathematics, Associate Specialist
2007-2010, Uiversity of California, Irvine, Dept. of Mathematics, Visiting assistant professor
• Peng Zhou and Jie Wang, Modeling of the coalescence of micro-voids under the influence of elastic stresses and electromigration, Icept 2014 proceedings.
• Peng Zhou，The Influence of a Field-dependent Total Effective Charge Number on the Interfacial Migration Rate and the Phase Growth Behavior During Intermediate Phase Growth with Electromigration present, Icept 2013 proceedings.
• Peng Zhou, The stressing effect of electromigration from the Maxwell Stress and a preliminary mean time to failure analysis. Journal of Electronic Materials, Vol. 42, 956-962, No. 6, 2013. Featured online by Advances in Engineering
• Peng Zhou, Steven Wise, Xiangrong Li, and John Lowengrub*，Coarsening of elastically stressed, strongly anisotropic driven thin films，Phys. Rev. E 85, 061605 (2012)
• Peng Zhou* and William C. Johnson, “A Diffuse Interface Model of Intermediate Phase Growth under the Influence of Electromigration”, Journal of Electronic Materials, Vol. 40, 1867-1875, No. 9, 2011.
• Peng Zhou*,William C. Johnson, and Perry H. Leo, “A Sharp Interface Model of Intermediate Phase Growth under the Influence of Electromigration”, Journal of Electronic Materials, Vol. 40, 1876-1883, No. 9, 2011.
• Peng Zhou* and William C. Johnson, “Discussion of the Mechanism of Electromigration from the Perspective of Electromagnetism”, Journal of Electronic Materials, Vol. 39, 2583-2587, No. 12, 2010.
• William C. Johnson*, Peng Zhou, A. M. Lucente and J. R. Scully, “Composition Profiles around Solute-Lean, Spherical Nanocrystalline Precipitates in an Amorphous Matrix: Implications for Corrosion Resistance”, Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A, Volume 40, Number 4, April, 2009.
• Peng Zhou, Steven M. Wise and John Lowengrub, Coarsening of 3D Thin Films under the Influence of Strong Surface Anisotropy, Elastic stresses, TMS 2009 (138th annual meeting), Supplemental Proceedings: Materials Characterization, Computation and Modeling (2009) 39-46.
2016 Spring：Tensor Analysis and Continumm Mechanics (Graduate Course), Mechanics of Materials I (Undergraduate Course)
2015 Spring：Tensor Analysis and Continumm Mechanics, Mechanics of Materials I
2014 Spring：Tensor Analysis and Continumm Mechanics
2013 Spring：Mechanics of Materials II
2010 Spring：Mathematical modeling 115
2010 Winter：Infinite series and linear algebra 2J,
2009 Fall：Calculus 2A
2008 Fall： Calculus 2B
2007 Fall, 2008 Winter, 2008 Spring: Elementary differential equations 3D