Nikolai Zarkevich

Research Scholar
One Cambridge Center
Robert Bosch Research Center, Cambridge, USA
E-mail: zarkev@gmail.com

Fields of interest:

  • Theoretical and computational condensed matter and solid state physics 
  • Materials science

 

Recent publications:

N.A. Zarkevich and D.D. Johnson:
Predicting Enthalpies of Molecular Substances: Application to LiBH4,
Phys. Rev. Lett., Vol. 100, (2008), p. 040602.

N.A. Zarkevich, T.L. Tan, L.-L. Wang and D.D. Johnson:
Low-energy antiphase boundaries, degenerate superstructures, and phase stability
in frustrated fcc Ising model and Ag-Au alloys,
Phys. Rev. B, Vol. 77, (2008), p. 144208.

N.A. Zarkevich, T.L. Tan, D.D. Johnson:
First-principles prediction of phase-segregating alloy phase diagrams and a
rapid design estimate of their transition temperatures,
Phys. Rev. B, Vol. 75, (2007), p. 104203.

N.A. Zarkevich and D.D. Johnson:
Comment on: Structural Stability of Complex Hydrides: LiBH4 Revisited,
Phys. Rev. Lett., Vol. 97, (2006), p. 119601.

N.A. Zarkevich:
Structural Database for reducing cost in materials design and complexity of
multi-scale computations,
Complexity, Vol. 11, (2006),  p. 36.

N.A. Zarkevich and D.D. Johnson:
Energy scaling and surface patterning of halogen-terminated Si(001) surfaces,
Surface Science, Vol. 591, (2005),  pp. 291-298.

G.J. Xu, N.A. Zarkevich, A. Agrawal, A.W. Signor, D.D.
Johnson, and J.H. Weaver:

Cross-over energetics of halogenated Si(100):Vacancy line defects, dimer vacancy
lines, and atom vacancy lines,
Phys. Rev. B, Vol. 71, (2005), p.115332.

N.A. Zarkevich and D.D. Johnson:
Reliable Alloy Thermodynamics from Truncated Cluster Expansions,
Phys. Rev. Lett., Vol. 92, (2004), p. 255702.

N.A. Zarkevich and D.D. Johnson:
Predicted hcp Ag-Al metastable phase diagram, equilibrium ground states, and
precipitate structure,
Phys. Rev. B, Vol. 67, (2003), pp. 064104.

N.A. Zarkevich, D.D. Johnson and A.V. Smirnov:
Structure and stability of hcp bulk and nano-precipitated Ag2Al,
Acta Materialia, Vol. 50, (2002), pp. 2443-2459.