Feng Ye

Tel.:+86-10-62333899 Email:yefeng@skl.ustb.edu.cn Title:Professor

Research interests

1.Amorphous alloy

2.Aluminum alloy

3.Plastic deformation of high silicon steel


09/1988-07/1993, Tsinghua University, Materials Science, Bachelor

09/1993-07/1996, Institute of Metal Research CAS, Materials Science, Master

09/1996-06/1999, Institute of Metal Research CAS, Materials Science, Ph. D

Professional experiences

2004-present: University of Science and Technology, Professor

2002-2004: Max-Planck Institute for metal research, and Institute for Theory and Applied Physics, University Stuttgart, Max-Planck Fellow.

2001-2002: Institute of Nanotechnology, Research Center Karlsruhe, Postdoctoral research associate.

2000-2001: Institute of Nanotechnology, Research Center Karlsruhe, Alexander von Humboldt Fellow.

1999-2000: Institute for Theory and Applied Physics, Uni. Stuttgart, Research Assistant.

1999-2000: Institute of Metal Research Shenyang, China, Research Assistant.

Honors and Awards

1.2000: Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship

2.2002: Max-Planck Fellowship

3.2005: Beijing Eminent Young Scientists Fellowship

4.2009: New Century Excellent Talent Fellowship, Ministry of Education of China

5.2007: Technological Invention Award from the Ministry of Education China on “Fabrication of Fe-6.5Si High Silicon Steel Sheet with Low Iron Loss and High Ductility by Cold Rolling”

6.2010: Science and Technology Progress Award from Ministry of Education in China on “Microstructure and Toughening of Bulk Metallic Glasses”


1.Adjustment of temperature coefficient of electrical resistivity in Cu66Zr34 metallic glass through surface oxidation induced phase decomposition, Liu B, Han C, Ye F, Corrosion Science, 2017, 125: 166-174.

2.Low temperature heat capacity and electrical resistivity of the Ti40Zr25Cu12Ni3Be20 glass forming alloy, Liu BB, Ye F, Intermetallics, 2016, 75(12): 31-35.

3.Evolution of Microstructure and Ordering in Rolling Process of Fe-6.5mass% Si Alloy, Li H, Liang YF, Ye F, Journal of Iron and Steel Research, International, 2016,23(5): 453-458.

4.Electrochemically enhanced surface plasticity of steels, Gutman EM, Unigovski Ya, Shneck R, Ye F, Liang Y, Applied Surface Science, 2016, 388: 49-56.

5.Abnormal change of electrical resistivity in the Cu46Zr46Al8 bulk metallic glass during crystallization, Liu B, Zuo N, Ye, F, Materials Letters, 2016, 171: 285-288.

6.Effect of heat treatment on ordered structures and mechanical properties of Fe-6.5wt%Si alloy, Li H, Liang YF, Ye F, Materials Transactions, 2015, 56(05): 759-765.

7.Disordering induced work softening of Fe-6.5wt%Si alloy during warm deformation, Li H, Liang YF, Yang W, Ye F, Lin JP, Xie JX, Materials Science & Engineering A, 2015, 628: 262-268.

8.Crystal structure and phase stability of AlSc in the near-equiatomic AlSc alloy, Li J, Huang L, Liang Y, Ye F, Lin J, Shang S, Liu Z, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 2015, 618: 192-196.

9.Effects of Calcium on Mechanical Properties of Cellular Al-Cu Foams, Huang L, Wang H, Yang D, Ye F, Wang SQ, Lu ZP, Materials Science & Engineering A, 2014, 618: 471-478.

10.Hot drawn Fe-6.5wt.%Si wires with good ductility, Yang W, Li H, Yang K, Liang YF, Yang J, Ye F, Materials Science and Engineering B, 2014, 186: 79-82.

11.Liquid fragility calculations from thermal analyses for metallic glasses, Hu L, Ye F, Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, 2014 386: 46-50.

12.Crystallization kinetics of Ca65Mg15Zn20 bulk metallic glass, Hu L, Ye F, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 2013, 557: 160-165.

13.Correlating the supercooled liquid region width with the fragility parameter in bulk metallic glasses, Hu L, Ye F, Liang YF, Lin JP, Applied Physics Letters, 2012, 100(2):021906.

14.Effects of scandium additions on mechanical properties of cellular Al-based foams, Huang L, Wang H, Yang D, Ye F, Lu ZP, Intermetallics, 2012, 28: 71-76.

15.Metallurgical route for fabrication of FeSi6.5 sheet, F. Ye, Y.F. Liang, J.P. Lin, In 5th International Conference on Magnetism and Metallurgy, Proceedings, ed. Yvan Houbaert, Juergen Schneider, Rudolf Kawalla, and Kim Verbeken, 33-44. Ghent, Belgium: Ghent University Department of Metallurgy and Material Science, 2012.

16.Vacancies and atomic processes in intermetallics - From crystals to quasicrystals and bulk metallic glasses, Schaefer HE, Baier F, Muller MA, Reichle KJ, Reimann K, Rempel AA, Sato K, Ye F, Zhang XY, Sprengel W, Physica Status Solidi B-Basic Solid State Physics, 2011, 248(10): 2290-2299.

17.Fe-6.5wt.%Si high silicon steel sheets produced by cold rolling, Ye F, Liang YF, Wang YL, Lin JP, Chen GL, Materials Science Forum, 2010, 638-642: 1428-1433.

18.Reversible atomic processes as basic mechanisms of the glass transition, Ye F, Sprengel W, Wunderlich RK, Fecht H-J, Schaefer H-E, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States America (PNAS), 2007, 104(32): 12962-65.

19.Self-diffusion in liquid interfaces, Herth S, Ye F, Eggersmann M, Gutfleisch O, Würschum R, Physical Review Letters, 2004, 92: 095901.

20.Crystallization of amorphous solids under pressure, Ye F and Lu K, Physical Review B, 1999, 60: 7018-7024.

21.Pressure effect on crystallization kinetics of Al-La-Ni amorphous alloy, Ye F and Lu K, Acta Materialia 1999, 47: 2449-2454.

22.Pressure effect on polymorphous crystallization kinetics in amorphous selenium, Ye F and Lu K, Acta Materialia, 1998, 46: 5965-5971.