• Atomistic Simulations of the Deformation and Energetics of Metal Nanowires 

      Leach, Austin Miles (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-08-27)
      Nanowires are an exciting class of novel materials that have potential applications in areas including biological sensing, photonics, and electronics. The promise of these future applications relies on the production of ...
    • Contributions to statistical learning and statistical quantification in nanomaterials 

      Deng, Xinwei (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-06-22)
      This research focuses to develop some new techniques on statistical learning including methodology, computation and application. We also developed statistical quantification in nanomaterials. For a large number of ...
    • Nano and Micromechanics of Biological Tissues 

      Dean, Delphine (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-03-13)
      Using a variety of experimental techniques and modeling approaches, the mechanical properties of biological tissues can be characterized over a large range of length scales. One can look at interactions between molecules ...
    • Nanomechanics of plasticity in ultra-strength metals and shape memory alloys 

      Zhong, Yuan (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-08-23)
      We study the plasticity mechanisms of diffusionless martensite phase transformation in Nickel-Titanium, one of the most widely used shape memory alloys. The research here involves four thrusts focusing on different length ...