Qi-Jun Hong

Presentations

10. Reentrant melting of sodium, magnesium and aluminum and possible universal trend.
Qijun Hong and Axel van de Walle.
TMS annual meeting, Phoenix AZ (2018).

9. A tetrahedron tiling method for crystal structure prediction.
Qijun Hong and Axel van de Walle.
TMS annual meeting, San Diego CA (2017).

8. Calculations of heat of fusion and melting temperature via an automated ab initio tool.
Qijun Hong and Axel van de Walle.
STOHT16 (International Research Conference on Structure and Thermodynamics of Oxides at High Temperature), UC Davis, Davis CA (2016) (Poster).

7. Prediction of the material with highest know melting point via an automated ab initio melting point calculation tool.
Qijun Hong and Axel van de Walle.
Materials Science and Technology, Columbus OH (2015).

6. Ab initio prediction of the material with highest known melting point.
Qijun Hong and Axel van de Walle.
TMS annual meeting, Orlando FL (2015).

5. Prediction of the material with highest know melting point via an automated ab initio melting point calculation tool.
Qijun Hong and Axel van de Walle.
University of Wisconsin, Madison WI (2015) (Poster).

4. Ab initio prediction of the material with highest known melting point.
Qijun Hong and Axel van de Walle.
MRS fall meeting, Boston MA (2014).

3. Solid‐liquid coexistence in small systems: a statistical method to calculate melting temperatures.
Qijun Hong and Axel van de Walle.
National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg MD (2014).

2. Solid-liquid Coexistence in Small Systems: A Statistical Method to Calculate Melting Temperatures.
Qijun Hong and Axel van de Walle.
TMS annual meeting, San Diego CA (2014).

1. Direct First-principles Chemical Potential Calculations of Liquids.
Qijun Hong and Axel van de Walle.
MRS fall meeting, Boston MA (2012).

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