Prof. B.S. Murty works on the broad areas of structure-property correlations, phase transformations, nanostructured materials, metallic glasses, quasicrystalline materials, intermetallics, grain refinement and in-situ composites. His research involves extensive use of theoretical concepts of thermodynamics as well as a variety of experimental techniques, most notably high energy ball milling, rapid solidification, differential scanning calorimetry, x-ray diffraction and electron microscopy.
Apart from research, Prof. Murty also takes courses at both graduate and undergraduate levels on phase transformations, thermodynamics, nanomaterials and materials characterization.
Advanced Metallurgical Thermodynamics click here for link
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