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Address: 2627 Yifu Building, School of Materials Science and Engineering, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, China
Email: hao.chen@mail.tsinghua.edu.cn
Tel: 010-62788328

Education Background

07/2009--06/2013   Delft University of Technology, PhD       
09/2007--06/2009   Tianjin University, MSc       
09/2003--07/2007   Tianjin University, BS

Work Resume

02/2015—present  Assistant Professor, Tsinghua University
02/2014—12/2014  Postdoc fellow, University of British Columbia, Canada              
06/2013—02/2014  Postdoc researcher, Delft University of Technology

Research Field

Phase transformation in metals
Computational design of advanced alloys
Phase field modeling

Awards And Honors

2015    National 1000 Talents Program for Young Scholars
2013    Doctor Cum Laude, The highest distinction
2012    Outstanding Self-Financed Students Abroad Award by Chinese Government

Academic Achievements

23. Benqiang Zhu, Hao Chen, Matthias Militzer,  Phase field modeling of cyclic phase transformation in low-carbon steel, Computational Materials Science, in press, 2015.
22. Hao Chen*, Sybrand van der Zwaag, A general mixed-mode model for the austenite to ferrite transformation kinetics in Fe-C-M alloys, Acta Materialia, 72(2014)1-12.
21. Hao Chen*, Sybrand van der Zwaag, Predicting the effect of Mo, Ni, and Si on the bainitic stasis, Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A, 45A(2014)3429-3437.
20. Kun Shen, Hao Chen, Frits Klaver, FokkoMulder, Marnix Wagemaker, Impact of particle size on the non-equilibrium phase transition of lithium inserted anatase TiO2, Chemistry of Materials, 26(2014)1608-1615.
19. Hao Chen*, Xiaojun Xu, Wei Xu, Sybrand van der Zwaag, Predicting the austenite fraction after intercritical annealing in lean steels as a function of  the initial microstructure, Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A, 45A(2014)1675-1679.
18. Ernst Gamsjager*, Hao Chen, Sybrand van der Zwaag, Application of the cyclic phase transformation concept for determining the effective austenite/ferrite interface mobility, Computational Materials Science, 83(2014)92-100.
17. Hao Chen*, Roman Kuziak, Sybrand van der Zwaag, Experimental evidence of the effect of alloying additions on the stagnant stage length during cyclic partial phase transformations,  Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A, 44(2013)5617-5621.
16. Kangying Zhu*, Hao Chen, Jean-Philippe Masse, Olivier Bouaziz, Gabriel Gachet, The effect of ferrite/austenite interface on bainite and martensite transformations, Acta Materialia, 61(2013)6025-6036.
15. Hao Chen*, Kangying Zhu, Lie Zhao, Sybrand van der Zwaag, Analysis of transformation stasis during isothermal bainitic ferrite formation in Fe-C-Mn and Fe-C-Mn-Si alloys, Acta Materialia, 61(2013)5458-5468.
14. Hao Chen*, Annika Borgenstam, Joakim Odqvist, Ian Zuazo, John  Agren, Sybrand van der Zwaag, Application of interrupted cooling experiments to study the mechanism of bainitic ferrite formation in steels, Acta Materialia, 61(2013)4512-4523.
13. Hao Chen*, Ernst Gamsjager, Siegfried Schider, Hamideh Khanbareh, Sybrand van der Zwaag, In situ observation of austenite-ferrite interface migration in a lean Mn steel during cyclic partial phase transformations, Acta Materialia, 61(2013)2414-2424.
12. Jaroslaw Opara, Roman Kuziak*,  Hao Chen, Sybrand van der Zwaag, A two-dimensional Cellular Automata model to simulate microstructure development and  carbon redistribution during the phase transformation of austenite to ferrite using realistic angular starting microstructures, Computer Methods in Materials Science, 12(2012)207-217.
11. Hao Chen*, Sybrand van der Zwaag, “Analysis of ferrite growth retardation induced by local Mn enrichment in austenite created by prior interface passages”, Acta Materialia, 61(2013)1338-1349.
10. Hao Chen*, Wei Xu, Goune Mohamed, Sybrand van der Zwaag, “Application of the stagnant stage concept for monitoring Mn partitioning at the austenite-ferrite interface in the intercritical region for Fe-Mn-C alloys”, Philosophical Magazine letters 92(2012)547-555.
9. Hao Chen*, Goune Mohamed, Sybrand van der Zwaag, “Analysis of the stagnant stage in diffusional phase transformations starting from austenite-ferrite mixtures”, Computational Materials Science 55(2012):34-43.
8. Hao Chen*, Sybrand van der Zwaag, “Indirect evidence for the existence of the Mn partitioning spike during the austenite to ferrite transformation”, Philosophical Magazine letters 92(2012)86-92.
7.  Hao Chen*, Benoit Appolaire, Sybrand van der Zwaag, “Application of cyclic partial phase transformations for identifying kinetic transitions during solid-state phase transformations: Experiments and modeling”, Acta Materialia 59(2011): 6751-6760.
6.  Hao Chen*, Sybrand van der Zwaag, “Modeling of soft impingement effect during solid-state partitioning phase transformations in binary alloys”, Journal of Materials Science 46(2011): 1328-1336.
5.  Hao Chen*, Sybrand van der Zwaag, “Application of the cyclic phase transformation concept for investigating growth kinetics of solid-state partitioning phase transformations”, Computational Materials Science 49(2010): 801-813.
4.  Hao Chen, Yong Chang Liu*, Ze Sheng Yan, Yanli Li and Lifang Zhang, “Consideration of the growth mode in isochronal austenite-ferrite transformation of ultra-low-carbon Fe-C alloy”, Applied  Physics A 98(2010):211-217.
3.  Hao Chen, Yong Chang Liu*, Dong Jiang Wang, Zesheng Yan, Jicheng Fu, Qingzhi Shi, “A JMAK-like approach for isochronal austenite-ferrite transformation kinetics in Fe-0.055 wt%N alloy”, Materials Science and Technology 26(2010): 572-578.
2.  Yong Chang Liu*, Hao Chen, Z M Gao, Y H Zhang, Q Z Shi, “Evolution of cellular spacing during directional solid-state ferrite-austenite transformation of Fe-Mn-Al alloy”, Journal of Crystal Growth 311(2009): 3761-3764.
1.  Chen Wei, Yong Chang Liu*, Li Ming Yu, Hao Chen, Xun Wang, “Effects of Al on the failure mechanism of the Sn-Ag-Zn eutectic solder”, Microelectronics Reliability 50(2010):1142-1145.

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