Joseph Stevick, Ph.D

Dr.  Stevick’s  background is in Applied Physics, Material Science, and Product and Systems Development.

He completed his Ph.D. at Cambridge University, UK, in the field of Medical Imaging Physics, and has since worked in industrial R&D labs, contributing to the commercialization and optimization of new materials, manufacturing processes, and development of new technologies for the Aerospace, Automotive, and Medical Device Industries.

Learn more about his research interests and publications from his Google Scholar profile or by connecting to his LinkedIn profile.

Selected Publications

Journal papers

  1. Ward, L. et al. A machine learning approach for engineering bulk metallic glass alloys. Acta Materialia 159, 102–111 (2018).
  2.  Jaiswal, A. et al. Coincidence of collective relaxation anomaly and specific heat peak in a bulk metallic glass-forming liquid. Physical Review B 92, 024202 (2015).
  3.  Stevick, J. W. et al. Gaussian process modeling for image distortion correction in echo planar imaging. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine: An Official Journal of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 59, 598–606 (2008).
  4.  Ma, C. et al. Increasing fracture strength in bulk metallic glasses using ultrasonic nanocrystal surface modification. Journal of Alloys and Compounds 718, 246–253 (2017).
  5.  Sorensen, D. et al. Intrinsic toughness of the bulk-metallic glass Vitreloy 105 measured using micro-cantilever beams. Acta Materialia 183, 242–248 (2020).
  6.  Sorensen, D. et al. Investigation of a dissimilar vitreloy 105 to grade 2 titanium laser weld. Materials Science and Engineering: A 742, 33–43 (2019).
  7.  Jaiswal, A. et al. Onset of cooperative dynamics in an equilibrium glass-forming metallic liquid. The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 120, 1142–1148 (2016).
  8.  Hawkes, R. et al. Silicon photomultiplier performance tests in magnetic resonance pulsed fields. in 2007 IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium Conference Record vol. 5 3400–3403 (IEEE, 2007).