SP: Student Poster Competition

Instructions for Student Poster Competition:

SES 2016 poster template available HEREThe poster should be no more than 48H”x36W”.

Students will be evaluated by a panel of judges, based on the presentation quality and poster content.  Awards will be presented to winners of this evaluation.

NOTE: Students are responsible for printing their own posters and bringing a full-size print to the conference.

Tuesday | T3 3:00pm-4:40pm

Student Poster Competition
Lower Level Concourse Session Chairs:
Hugh Bruck. Yifei Mo
Track H: Poster Symposium
SP1 Can rigid proteins make a membrane softer? — the curios case of HIV induced cell membrane softening

Himani Agrawal

SP2 Interacting elastic curves on a rigid manifold

Vikash Chaurasia

SP3 Quantifying the Dislocation Emission Process from Nanocrystalline Grain Boundaries with Continuum-Equivalent Traction Fields

Ruizhi Li

SP4 Interface Mechanical Strength and Interface Elastic Constants Calculations in Polymer Composites, and Natural Materials

Devendra Verma

SP5 Unraveling Metamaterial Concepts with Reconfigurable Bricks

Paolo Celli

SP6 Continuum Models of Liquid-Solid Phase Change

Aaron Joy

SP7 Patterning of graphene by hydrogen plasma: A molecular dynamics study

Abhilash Harpale

SP8 In-situ nanocompression of solution-grown crystalline superelastic materials: ThCr2Si2-structured novel intermetallic compounds

Keith Dusoe

SP9 Atomic Modeling of Toughening graphene through bio-inspired topological designs

Bo Ni

SP10 A High Aspect-Ratio Tapered Structure Achieved Through Re-Purposed 3D Printable Materials

David W Collinson

SP11 Computational damage mechanics of viscoelastic materials with a gradient-enhanced propagation control

Juan Guillermo Londono Lozano

SP12 Reconfigurable and multifunctional soft mechanical metasurface via cuts-guided buckling

Gaojian Lin

SP13 Programming three-dimensional shape shifting of polymer sheets via self-folding origami and kirigami with light

Qiuting Zhang

SP14 Modulating elastic band gap structure in layered soft composites using sacrificial interfaces

Qianli Chen

SP15 An Investigation Of Non-Schmid Effects In Single Crystal Metal Plasticity Using Phonon-Stability Analysis

Hossein Salahshoor

SP16 A Bidirectional Self-Folding Actuator Based on Bilayer Shape Memory Polymer Composites

Shuyang Chen

SP17 Breaking the Lattice Model: Redefining Mechanical Properties of Nanoarchitected Materials

Carlos M. Portela

SP18 Study of Graphene Nano Ribbon with Vacancy Defects under Uniaxial Tension

Ji Zhang

SP19 Configurational Anisotropy and Toughness Asymmetry in Graphene

Venkateswaran Santhanam

SP20 Analytical Studies on Organic-inorganic Interface in Nacreous Structures

Sina Askarinejad

SP21 Topology optimization of structures with mechanical interface phenomena

Reza Behrou

SP22 Effective thermoelastic properties in van der Waals heterostructures

Kazi Istiaque Alam

SP23 Effect of symmetry breaking in viscous pumping of oscillating plates in an intermediate Reynolds numbers

Farhad Saffaraval

SP24 The Twinning Genome: A Systematic Framework for Predicting Twinning in Materials

Dingyi Sun

SP25 Superelasticity and One-Dimensional Cryogenic Shape Memory Effects of Novel Intermetallic Compound CaFe2As2 at Small Length Scales

John T Sypek

SP26 Engineering Toughness-strength Correlation in Glass

Tengyuan Hao

SP27 Reprogrammable ultra-fast shape-transformation of macroporous composited hydrogel sheets in response to light

Jian Cheng, Hongyu Guo, Zheng Jia, Zhihong Nie, Teng Li

SP28 Effect of Stress State and Interfacial Roughness on Creep Rupture of SAC305 Solder Interconnects

Qian Jiang

SP29 Coexistence of wrinkles and cracks in elastomer/metallic bilayers with strong interfacial adhesion

Timothy Ibru

SP30 Deformation Mechanisms in Crystalline Ag Nanowires

Guangming Cheng, Yong Zhu

SP31 Transparent Wood as Energy Efficient Building Material

Tian Li

SP32 3D printable high temperature and high rate micro-heaters

Yonggang Yao

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