Michel Jabbour

  • Associate Professor
  • Mathematics
729 Patterson Office Tower
Research Interests:

Ph.D., Cal Tech, 1999


Continuum Mechanics and Mathematics of Materials, with emphasis on the modelling and analysis of crystal growth and epitaxy.

Selected Publications: 
  • P. Cermelli M. E. Jabbour, A Novel Mechanism for the Onset of Step-Bunching Instabilities During the Epitaxy of Single-Species Crystalline Films, Phys. Rev. B, 75, 2007, 165409-1/165409-9.
  • F. Hausser, M. E. Jabbour, A. Voigt, A Step-Flow Model for the Heteroepitaxial Growth of Strained, Substitutional, Binary Alloy Films With Phase Segregation: I. Modeling, SIAM Multiscale Modeling Simulation, 6, 2007, 158-189.
  • M. E. Jabbour, Epitaxy of Binary Compounds and Alloys, J. Elasticity, 80, 2006, 153-189.
  • P. Cermelli M. E. Jabbour, Multispecies Epitaxial Growth on Vicinal Surfaces With Chemical Reactions and Diffusion, P. Royal Soc. London A, 461, 2005, 3483-3504.
  • M. E. Jabbour K. Bhattacharya, Multispecies Thin Solid Film Growth by Chemical Vapor Deposition, J. Elasticity, 73, 2003, 13-74.
  • M. E. Gurtin M. E. Jabbour, Interface Evolution in Three Dimensions With Curvature-Dependent Energy and Surface Diffusion: Interface-Controlled Evolution, Phase Transitions, Epitaxial Growth of Elastic Films, Arch. Rational Mech. Anal., 163, 2002, 171-208.
  • M. E. Jabbour K. Bhattacharya, A Multispecies Step Flow Model of Growth of Compound Thin Films by MOCVD, Thin Solid Films, 357, 1999, 26-30.
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