Geoffrey H Campbell

Staff Scientist
Materials Science Division
Email: ghcampbell@llnl.gov
Phone: +19254238276

Education

  • Ph.D., Materials Science and Engineering, University of California at Santa Barbara, 1990
  • M.S., Materials Science and Engineering, University of California at Berkeley, 1986
  • B.S., Materials Science and Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1984

Research Interests

  • Behavior of interfaces and grain boundaries
  • Time resolved transmission electron microscopy, high resolution, analytical, and scanning electron microscopy
  • High time resolution characterization techniques
  • Mechanical behavior of materials (plasticity, dislocation dynamics, high temperatures, environmental effects, effects of interfaces, dynamics and fragmentation)
  • Diffusion bonding.

Recent Publications

  1. Campbell, G. H., G. C. Archbold, O. A. Hurricane, and P. L. Miller, "Fragmentation in Biaxial Tension," Journal of Applied Physics 101 [3] 033540 (2007).
  2. Ziegler, A., G. H. Campbell, M. Kumar, and J. S. Stölken, "Effect of the Grain Boundary on the Evolution of Deformation in a Bicrystal," Journal of Materials Science 40, 3225–3229 (2005).
  3. King, W. E., G. H. Campbell, A. Frank, B. Reed, J. Schmerge, B. J. Siwick, B. C. Stuart, and P. M. Weber, "Ultrafast Electron Microscopy in Materials Science, Biology, and Chemistry," Journal of Applied Physics 97, 111101 (2005).
  4. Campbell, G. H., J. M. Plitzko, W. E. King, S. M. Foiles, C. Kisielowski, and G. Duscher, "Copper Segregation to the ∑5 (310)/[001] Symmetric Tilt Grain Boundary in Aluminum," Interface Science 12,165–174 (2004).
  5. Campbell, G. H. and M. Kumar, ”Effect of Laser Shock Processing on the Micro-structure and Mechanical Properties of Pure Cu,” Zeitschrift für Metallkunde 94 [3] 329–332 (2003).
  6. Campbell, G. H., M. Kumar, W. E. King, J. F. Belak, J. A. Moriarty, and S. M. Foiles, “The Rigid-Body Displacement Observed at the ∑5 (310)/[001] Symmetric Tilt Grain Boundary in Central Transition BCC Metals,” Philosophical Magazine A 82 [8] 1573–1594 (2002).
  7. Campbell, G. H., J. Belak, and J. A. Moriarty, “Atomic Structure of the ∑5 (310)/[001] Symmetric Tilt Grain Boundary in Tantalum,” Scripta Materialia 43 [7] 659–664 (2000).
  8. Campbell, G. H., J. Belak, and J. A. Moriarty, “Atomic Structure of the ∑5 (310)/[001] Symmetric Tilt Grain Boundary in Molybdenum,” Acta Materialia 47 [15–16] 3977–3985 (1999).
  9. Campbell, G. H., S. M. Foiles, H. Huang, D. A. Hughes, W. E. King, D. H. Lassila, D. J. Nikkel, T. Diaz de la Rubia, J. Y. Shu, and V. P. Smyshlyaev, “Multiscale Modeling of Polycrystal Plasticity: A Workshop Report,” Materials Science and Engineering A 251 [1–2] 1–22 (1998).
  10. Campbell, G. H., W. E. King, and D. Cohen, “Analysis of Experimental Error in High Resolution Electron Micrographs,” Microscopy and Microanalysis 3 (5) 451–457 (1997).
  11. Campbell, G. H., W. E. King, and D. Cohen, “Data Preparation for Quantitative High Resolution Electron Microscopy,” Microscopy and Microanalysis 3 (4) 299–310 (1997).
  12. Campbell, G. H. W. E. King, S. M. Foiles, P. Gumbsch, and M. R ühle, “Atomic Structure of the (310) Twin in Niobium: Experimental Determination and Comparison with Theoretical Predictions,” Phys. Rev. Lett. 70 [4] 449 (1993).