Shujuan Wang

Amit Misra

Edward DeMille Campbell Collegiate Professor of Materials Science and Engineering

G044 Lay Auto, 1231 Beal Ave
T: (734) 764-7799



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Postdoctoral Research Fellow (2016-2018)

Current Position:

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Los Alamos National Laboratory, New Mexico, USA


Academic Training:

 B.S., Materials Science, and Engineering, Central South University, Changsha. China


Ph.D., Shenyang National Laboratory for Materials Science, Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shenyang, China



  • HeBei, China. A province of central China.

  • Got Ph.D. degree from Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences and B.S. degree in Materials Science and Engineering department of Central South University. My major is Materials Science.

  • Working on “Plasticity of High-Strength Multiphase Metallic Composites” project. Research focuses on microstructures evolution and deformation mechanisms of nanoscale materials by in situ nanoindentation, compression, and tension in TEM or SEM.


Please see the below link:

1. SJ Wang, T Jozaghi, I Karaman, R Arroyaveand and YI Chumlyakov, Hierarchical evolution and thermal stability of microstructure with deformation twins in 316 stainless steel, Mater. Sci. Eng. A 694, 121-131, 2017.

2. SJ Wang, H Wang, K Du, W Zhang, ML Sui, and SX Mao, Deformation-induced structural transition in body-centered cubic molybdenum. Nature Communications 5, 3433, 2014.

3. SJ Wang, ML Sui, Y Chen, Q Lu, E Ma, X Pei, Q Li, H Hu, Microstructure fingerprints of phase transitions in shock-loaded iron, Scientific Reports 3, 1086, 2013.

4. Q Lei, BP Ramakrishnan, S Wang, Y Wang, J Mazumder and A Misra, Structural refinement and nanomechanical response of laser remelted Al-Al2Cu lamellar eutectic, Mater. Sci. Eng. A 706, 115-125, 2017.

5. O Karakoc, C Hayrettin, M Bass, SJ Wang, D Canadinc, JH Mabe, DC Lagoudas and I Karaman, Effects of upper cycle temperature on the actuation fatigue response of NiTiHf high temperature shape memory alloys, Acta Mater., 138, 185-197, 2017.

6. NM Bruno, D Salas, S Wang, IV Roshchin, R Santamarta and R Arroyave, On the microstructural origins of martensitic transformation arrest in a NiCoMnIn magnetic shape memory alloy, Acta Mater., in press, 2017.

7. H Ozcan, J Ma, SJ Wang, I Karaman, Y Chumlyakov, J Brown and RD Noebe, Effects of cyclic heat treatment and aging on superelasticity in oligocrystalline Fe-Mn-Al-Ni shape memory alloy wires, Scripta Mater., 134, 66-70, 2017.

8. A Cox, B Franco, S Wang, T Baxevanis, I Karaman and DC Lagoudas, Predictive modeling of the constitutive response of precipitation hardened Ni-rich NiTi, Shape Memory and Superelasticity, 3 (1), 9-23, 2017.

9. NM Bruno, S Wang, I Karaman and YI Chumlyakov, Reversible martensitic transformation under low magnetic fields in magnetic shape memory alloys, Scientific Reports 7, 40434, 2017.

10. E Dogan, S Wang, MW Vaughan, I Karaman, Dynamic precipitation in Mg-3Al-1Zn alloy during different plastic deformation modes, Acta Mater., 116, 1, 2016.

11. LW Tseng, J Ma, SJ Wang, I Karaman, YI Chumlyakov, Effects of crystallographic orientation on the superelastic response of FeMnAlNi single crystals, Scripta Mater., 116, 147, 2016.

12. E Dogan, MW Vaughan, SJ Wang, I Karaman and G Proust, Role of starting texture and deformation modes on low-temperature shear formability and shear localization of Mg-3Al-1Zn alloy. Acta Mater., 89, 408, 2015.

13. LW Tseng, J Ma, SJ Wang, I Karaman, M Kaya, ZP Luo and YI Chumlyakov. Superelastic response of a single crystalline FeMnAlNi shape memory alloy under tension and compression. Acta Mater., 89, 374, 2015.

14. LW Tseng, J Ma, I Karaman, SJ Wang and Y I Chumlyakov, Superelastic response of the FeNiCoAlTi single crystals under tension and compression, Scripta Mater., 101, 1-4, 2015.

15. H Zhang, SJ Wang, SC Wang, ZC Li, S. Hovomler, and XD Zou. A Structure Model for τ2-Al13Co4 Deduced by the Strong Reflections Approach, J. Comput. Theor. Nanosci., 5, 1-3, 2008.