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March 10, 2018 - ME 1130
Morning Session I - 9:00-10:30 - Kejie Zhao, Chair
- Dr. Weinong Chen, Purdue (Invited): High-speed Visualization of Impact Damage using Synchrotron X-ray.
- Yizhou Nie, Purdue: Dynamic Crack Propagation from a Notched Particle Reinforced Composite
- Dandan Wang, University of Michigan: Mechanisms of abrasion in nonwovens and strategies for abrasion resilient nonwovens
- Isha Gupta, University of Michigan: Continuum-based mechanics models for stress and phase distributions in oxide layers formed on zirconium alloys
- Rong Xu, Purdue: Mechanical and Structural Degradation of LiNixMnyCozO2 Cathode in Li-Ion Batteries
10:30-11:00 - Coffee Break
Morning Session II - 11:00-12:30 - Caroline Baker, Chair
- Sean Conaway, Purdue: Microfiber Fracture Mechanics
- Katie Riley, Purdue: Modeling of Bio-Inspired, Snapping Shells with Magnetically Aligned Reinforcements
- Alfonso Campos, Purdue: Microstructural Limits of Porous Electrode Theory
- Sugrim Sagar, IUPUI: Impact property of 3D printed 15-5 stainless steel
- Bohan Wang, UIUC: Wave propagation in gel
- Chandra Prakash, Purdue: Chemistry Dependent Interface Shock Viscosity in Energetic Materials
12:30-1:30 - Lunch Break
Afternoon Session I - 1:30-3:00 - Rong Xu, Chair
- Dr. Taher Saif, UIUC (Invited): Living micromachines
- Lingbin Meng, IUPUI: Tensile Property of 3D Printed Polymer Materials for Flexible Electronics
- Caroline Baker, Purdue: Applications of Granular Mechanics at the Mesoscale
- Yang Lai, UIUC: Probing the swelling-dependent mechanical and transport properties of polyacrylamide hydrogels through AFM-based dynamic nanoindentation
- Nicholas Kerschen, Purdue: Investigation into Impact Response of HMX Particles
3:00-3:30 - Coffee Break
Afternoon Session II - 3:30-4:45 - Katie Riley, Chair
- Haohui Zhang, UIUC: A Large Deformation Theory Coupling Photochemical Reaction and Electrochemistry for Light-Responsive Gels
- Myungwon Hwang, Purdue: Invariant transition waves in bistable lattices for energy harvesting
- Yunlan Zhang, Purdue: Two-Dimensional Phase Transforming Cellular Materials
- Ankit Agarwal, Purdue: Experimental and Mechanical Characterization of Surrogate Energetic Particle-Binder Composites
- Hong Sun, Purdue: Atomistic origins of high capacity and high structural stability of polymer derived SiOC anode materials
- Yasasvi Bommireddy, Purdue: Multi-scale Experimental and Model Based Characterization of Powder Compaction
Registration for this single day conference is at no cost to the attendees. Lunch will be provided to attendees.
Registration is closed!
The conference will be housed in the Purdue University Mechanical Engineering Building.
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