Kyoungdoc Kim, Ph.D.

Postdoctoral Fellow

Voorhees Research Group
Office: Cook 4028

Research Interests

  • Physical Metallurgy, Electrochemistry
  • Northwestern University, 2017
    Ph.D. Materials Science and Engineering
    Advisor: Prof. Christopher M. Wolverton, Co-advisor: Prof. Peter W. Voorhees
  • Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), 2013
    M.S. Materials Science and Engineering
    Advisor: Prof. Jin Yu
  • Hanyang University, 2011
    B.S. Materials Science and Engineering


  1. Kyoungdoc Kim et al., “Phase-field model of oxidation: Kinetics”, (Under review)
  2. Kyoungdoc Kim1, Logan Ward1 et al., “Machine Learning Assisted High-Throughput Materials Screening: Discovery of Novel Quaternary Heusler Compounds”, (Under review)
  3. Kyoungdoc Kim et al., “Interfacial stability of θ/Al in Al-Cu alloys”, Scripta Materialia (2019)
  4. Kyoungdoc Kim et al., “Enhanced Coarsening Resistance of Q-phase in Aluminum alloys by the addition of Slow Diffusing Solutes”, Materials Science and Engineering: A (2018).
  5. Kyoungdoc Kim et al., “Energetics of native defects, solute partitioning, and interfacial energy of Q precipitate in Al-Cu-Mg-Si alloys”, Acta Materialia (2018).
  6. Kyoungdoc Kim et al., “Ostwald ripening of spheroidal particles in multicomponent alloys”, Acta Materialia (2018).
  7. Kyoungdoc Kim et al., “First-Principles study of crystal structure and stability of T1 precipitate in Al-Li-Cu alloys”, Acta Materialia (2018).
  8. Kyoungdoc Kim et al., “First-principles/Phase-field modeling of θ′ precipitation in Al-Cu alloys”, Acta Materialia (2017).