Area of Specialization
Thin film; Nanomaterials materials; Materials characterization; Hard multilayer coatings and their mechanical & tribological properties; High temperature superconductivity
Dr. A. Vyas received his MPhil in 1998 from The University of Hong Kong (in Physics) and Ph.D. (in Physics) in 2002 from City University of Hong Kong. He then worked at City University of Hong Kong and The Chinese University of Hong Kong at various research positions before he joined the Department of Mechanical Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University in September 2007 as a Lecturer. Currently he is a Teaching Fellow in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Dr. Vyas has research experience in Thin film, Nanocrystalline materials and characterization, High temperature superconductivity. His current research involvement is mainly in hard multilayer coatings and their mechanical & tribological properties. His research interests are also in application of nanomaterials in energy generation and storage
- K.P. Rao and A. Vyas, “Comparison of titanium silicide and carbide reinforced in situ synthesized TiAl composites and their mechanical properties”, Intermetallics., Vol. 19 Issue. 8 (2011) pp 1236-1242.
- A. Vyas, Y.H. Lu and Y.G. Shen, “Mechanical and tribological properties of multicomponent Ti-B-C-N thin films with varied C contents,” Surf. & Coat. Technol. (accepted, 2009).
- A. Vyas, K.Y. Li and Y.G. Shen, “Influence of deposition conditions on mechanical and tribological properties of nanostructured TiN/CNx multilayer films,” Surf. & Coat. Technol. Vol. 203 (2009) pp. 967-975.
- A. Vyas, K.P. Rao and Y.V.R.K. Prasad, “Mechanical alloying characteristics and thermal stability of Ti-Al-Si and Ti-Al-Si powders”, J. Alloys & Comp., Vol. 475 Issue. 1-2 (2009) pp 252-260.
- A. Vyas, Y.G. Shen, Z.F. Zhou, and K.Y. Li, “Nanostructured CrN/CNx Multilayer Films”, Composites Science and Technology, Vol. 68, Iss. 14, (2008), pp. 2922-2929.
- K.P. Rao, and A. Vyas, “Mechanical Alloying of Ti-Al-Si-C Powders, Their Thermal Stability, Phase Evolution, and Synthesis and Deformation of In Situ Produced Titanium Aluminide Composites”, Key Engineering Materials, vols. 334-335 (2007) pp. 893.
- A. Vyas, Y.G. Shen, Z.F. Zhou, and K.Y. Li, “Deposition of nanostructured CrN/CNx Multilayer Films”, Key Engineering Materials, vols. 340-341 (2007) pp. 83.
- A. Vyas, K.Y. Li, Z.F. Zhou, Y.G. Shen “Carbon Nitride based hard multilayer films prepared by closed field unbalanced ”, Surf. Eng. vol. 22, No. 1, (2006) pp. 15.
- A. Vyas, K.Y. Li, Z.F. Zhou, Y.G. Shen “Synthesis and Characterization of CNx/TiN multilayer on Si(100) substrate,” Surf. Coat. Technol., vol. 200 (2005) 2293.
- Z.-J. Liu, A Vyas, Y.H. Lu, and Y.G. Shen “Structural properties of sputter-deposited CNx/TiN multilayer films,” Thin Solid Films, 479 (2005) 31.
- A. Vyas, K.Y. Li Y.G. Shen, “Carbon nitride films prepared at different N2/Ar ratios by closed-field unbalanced reactive magnetron sputtering”, “Acta Metall. Sin. (English Letters) Vol.18, No. 3 (2005).
- C.C. Lam, Anand Vyas, “The universality of Pseudo-gap phenomenon in the normal state of high temperature superconductors,” Journal of Modern Physics B, vol. 15, No. 16 (2001) 2285.
- C.C. Lam, Anand Vyas, “The relationship between the pseudo-gap and the spin pairing dipolar superconducting gap in the Sn-doped Hg-1223 high temperature superconductors,” Solid State Communc., 117 (2001) 505.
- Anand Vyas, C.C. Lam, “Pseudo-gap phenomenon in the Sn-doped mercury based cuprate superconductors,” Journal of Supercond., 14 Iss. 4 (2001) 487.
- L.J. Shen, C.C. Lam, Anand Vyas, S.H. Li and X. Jin, “Pressure effect on the Spin Gap Opening Temperature for Ca-Doped and Oxygen-Deficient YBCO Superconductors,” Physica C, 341 (2000) 929.
- Anand Vyas, C.C. Lam, L.J. Shen, “Thermal excitation measured by the resistivity measurement on the Mg-doped high temperature supercondutors”, Physica C, 341-348 (2000) 935.
- L.J. Shen, C.C. Lam, Y.S. Chen, Anand Vyas and X. Jin, “The comparision between the pseudo gap opening temperatures in different cuprate superconductors with two CuO2 planes,” Physica C, 341 (2000) 941.