Adib Samin, PhD

Assistant Professor of Nuclear Engineering

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PhD, Mechanical Engineering, The Ohio State University, 2014

MS, Chemical Physics, The Ohio State University, 2012

BS, Chemistry, Wayne State University, 2008


[1] Samin, A. J. and Petrosky, J. C., “An analysis of point defects in ZnTe using density functional theory calculations”, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 2022. 921 p. 166017

[2] Dole┼żal*, T. D. and Samin, A. J., “Adsorption of Oxygen to High Entropy Alloy Surfaces for up to 2 ML Coverage Using Density Functional Theory and Monte Carlo Calculations”, ACS Langmuir, 2022. 38 (10) p. 3158

[3] Samin, A. J., “Oxidation thermodynamics of Nb-Ti alloys studied via first-principles calculations”, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 2021. 879: p.160455.

[4] SaminA. J., “A computational investigation of the interstitial oxidation thermodynamics of a Mo-Nb-Ta-W high entropy alloy beyond the dilute regime”, Journal of Applied Physics, 2020. 128 (21) p. 215101

[5] Samin, A. J., “A physics-based machine learning study of the behavior of interstitial helium in single crystal W–Mo binary alloys”, Journal of Applied Physics, 2020. 127 (17):p. 175904

[6] Samin, A. J., “The effects of dilute concentrations of substitutional Re or Os on the thermodynamics and kinetics of oxygen in tungsten”, Physica B: Condensed Matter, 2020. 580: p. 411937

[7] Samin, A.J., Andersson, D. A., Holby, E. H., and Uberuaga, B. P., “Ab initio based examination of the kinetics and thermodynamics of oxygen in Fe-Cr alloys”, Physical Review B. 2019. 99 (17): p. 174202

[8] Samin, A. J., Andersson, D.A., Holby, E. H., and Uberuaga, B. P., “First-principles localized cluster expansion study of the kinetics of hydrogen diffusion in homogeneous and heterogeneous Fe-Cr alloys”, Physical Review B. 2019. 99 (1): p. 014110

[9] Samin, A. J., Holby, E. F. Andersson, D. and Uberuaga, B. P., “On the role of electro-migration in the evolution of radiation damage in nanostructured ionic materials”, Electrochemistry Communications, 2018. 96: p. 47-52

[10] Yuwono, J.A., N. Birbilis, C.D. Taylor, Williams, K.S., Samin, A.J. and “Medhekar, N.V.Aqueous electrochemistry of the magnesium surface: Thermodynamic and kinetic profiles”, Corrosion Science, 2019. 147: p. 53-68

[11] Samin, A. J. and C.D. Taylor, “A one-dimensional time-dependent model for studying oxide film growth on metallic surfaces”, Journal of Applied Physics, 2018. 123(24): p. 245303

[12] Samin, A. J. and C.D. Taylor, “A Combined Density Functional Theory and Monte Carlo Investigation of the Competitive Adsorption of Atomic Oxygen and Chlorine to the Ni (111) Surface”, Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 2018. 165(7): p. C302-C309

[13] Samin, A. J. and Taylor, C. A., “First-principles investigation of surface properties and adsorption of oxygen on Ni-22Cr and the role of molybdenum”, Corrosion Science, 2018. 134: 103-111

[14] Taylor, C., Sirui, L., and Samin, A. J., “Oxidation versus salt-film formation: Competitive adsorption on a series of metals from first-principles”, Electrochimica Acta, 2018. 269: 93-101

[15] Samin, A. J., “An Analysis of Limiting Cases for the Metal Oxide Film Growth Kinetics Using an Oxygen Defects Model Accounting for Transport and Interfacial Reactions”, Journal of Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics, 2018. 43 (4): p. 317-326

[16] Samin, A. J., “A review of radiation-induced demagnetization of permanent magnets”, Journal of Nuclear Materials, 2018. 503: p. 42-55

[17] Li, X., Samin, A. J., Zhang, J., et al., “Ab-initio molecular dynamics study of lanthanides in liquid sodium”, Journal of Nuclear Materials, 2017. 484: p. 98-102

[18] Samin, A.J. and C.D. Taylor, “A computational thermodynamic and kinetic study of chlorine binding to the Zr(0001) surface”, Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, 2018. 539: p. 92-100

[19] Kortyna, A., Samin, A. J., Miller, T.A. and Nesbitt, D. J., “Sub-Doppler infrared spectroscopy of resonance-stabilized hydrocarbon intermediates: ν34 CH stretch modes and CH2 internal rotor dynamics of benzyl radical”, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2017. 19(44): p. 29812-29821

[20] Samin, A. J. and Taylor, C.D., “A first principles investigation of the oxygen adsorption on Zr(0001) surface using cluster expansions”, Applied Surface Science, 2017. 423: p. 1035-1044

[21] Samin, A. J., and Zhang, J., “A First Principles Kinetic Monte Carlo Investigation of the Adsorption and Mobility of Gadolinium on the (100) Surface of Tungsten”, Journal of Nuclear Materials 488 (2017): 9-15

[22] Samin, A. J., Wu, E. and Zhang, J., “The role of correlations in estimating the uncertainties of key physical properties for LaCl3 in high temperature molten eutectic LiCl-KCl”, Radiochimica Acta, 105 (8) (2017): 649-656

[23] Samin, AJ., Wu, E. and Zhang, J., “The thermodynamic and transport properties of GdCl3 in molten eutectic LiCl-KCl derived from the analysis of cyclic voltammetry signals”, Journal of Applied Physics, 2017. 121(7): p. 074904

[24] Li, X., Samin, A. J., Zhang, J., et al., “Ab-initio molecular dynamics study of lanthanides in liquid sodium”, Journal of Nuclear Materials, 2017. 484: p. 98-102

[25] Samin, A. J. Zhang, J., “A multi-scale study of the adsorption of lanthanum on the (110) surface of tungsten”, Journal of Applied Physics, 2016. 120(4): p. 045305

[26] Samin, A. J., “A one-dimensional stochastic approach to the study of cyclic voltammetry with adsorption effects”, AIP Advances, 2016. 6(5): p. 055101

[27] Samin, A. J., Wang, Z., Lahti, E., Zhang, J., and Simpson M., “Estimation of Key Physical Properties for LaCl3 in Molten Eutectic LiCl-KCl by Fitting Cyclic Voltammetry Data to a BET-based Electrode Reaction Kinetics Model”, Journal of Nuclear Materials 2016. 475: p.149-155

[28] Samin, A. J., Li, X., Zhang, J., Mariani, R. D., and Unal C., “Ab Initio Molecular Dynamics Study of the Properties of Cerium in Liquid Sodium at 1000 K Temperature”, Journal of Applied Physics 118.23 (2015): 234902

[29] Samin, A. J., Hastings, A., and Zhang, J., “A study of uranium adsorption to single-crystal tungsten”, Journal of Nuclear Materials, 2015. 467, Part 2: p. 628-634

[30] Samin, A. J. Cao, L., “Monte Carlo study of radiation-induced demagnetization using the two-dimensional Ising model”, Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section B: Beam Interactions with Materials and Atoms 360 (2015), 111–117

[31] Samin, A. J. Lahti, E., Zhang J., “Analytical solutions of the planar cyclic voltammetry process for two soluble species with equal diffusivities and fast electron transfer using the method of Eigenfunction expansions”, AIP Advances, 2015. 5(8): p. 087141

[32] Samin, A. J. Kurth, M., and Cao, L., “Ab initio study of radiation effects on the Li4Ti5O12 electrode used in lithium-ion batteries”, AIP Advances, 2015. 5(4): p. 047110

[33] Samin, A. J., Kurth, M., and Cao, L. R., “An Analysis of Radiation Effects on NdFeB Permanent Magnets”, Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research, B. 342 (2015): 200-205

[34] Samin, A. J.  Ciccarello, T. and Cao, L., “A methodology for solving the one-dimensional mono-energetic transport equation in homogeneous semi-infinite medium”, Journal of Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics 39.3 (2014): 135-146

[35] Samin, A. J. Qiu, J. Hattrick-Simpers, J. Dai-Hattrick, K.  Zheng, Y.F. and Cao, L., “Characterization of Magnetic Degradation Mechanism in a High-Neutron-Flux Environment”, Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research, B. 334 (2014): 43-47.

[36] Samin, A. J. Subramaniam, V. V., “Analytical Solutions to the Steady State Poisson-Nernst-Planck Equations in Electrobiochemical Systems”, Applied Physics Research Vol. 7 No.2 April (2015)

[37] Yang, T. Samin, A. J. and Cao, L., “A Review of Low-Level Ionizing Radiation and Risk Models of Leukemia”, Journal of Radiation Oncology 2.3 (2013): 263-270

[38] Li, S., Zheng, Y, Qiu, J.,  Samin, A. J., Cao, L., “Study on Radiation Induced Performance Degradation of BLDC Motor in Robot Servo Systems”, International Journal of Mechatronics and Automation Vol 5 Issue 3 (2015)

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