Vice President for Research
-Magnetic Alloys and Magnetic Multilayers
-Electronic and Thermodynamic Properties of Materials
Dr. Juan M. Sanchez is the Vice President for Research at The University of Texas at Austin
His interests are in the electronic, thermodynamic and structural properties of materials, especially intermetallic compounds, alloys, thin films and magnetic multilayers. Other interests of Dr. Sanchez include order-disorder theory, statistical thermodynamics, and modeling of phase diagrams using ab-initio electronic structure methods.
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