Graduate Research Assistant
Arroyave Research Group, Texas A&M U.
Office: Doherty Bldg., A301
Vahid Attari works on developing computational tools for modeling Transient Liquid Phase Bonding (TLPB) in low volume solder Interconnects. He has been working with Meso-scale modeling tools such as Phase Filed method, Finite element, and Finite Difference tools coupled with thermodynamics and kinetics of materials to predict the microstructure-property-performance of materials in Arroyave lab.
- Constitutive Modeling of Response of Materials
- Mechanics of Materials
- Acoustic metamaterial
- Phase Field Modeling
- Quantitative Characterization
- Mold Design (Injection and Forging)
- Metal Forming approaches
Link to the Current Research:
Strain-induced Suppression of the Miscibility Gap in Nanostructured Mg2Si-Mg2Sn Solid Solutions
Article title: On the Interfacial Phase Growth and Vacancy Evolution during Accelerated Electromigration in Cu/Sn/Cu Microjoints.
Article title: Phase Field Modeling of Joint Formation During Isothermal Solidification in 3DIC Micro Packaging
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