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Invited talks

(Selected)

Creating new mechanisms exploiting heterogeneity
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2015)

Creating new mechanisms exploiting heterogeneity
Washington State University (2015)

Predicting new mechanisms exploiting heterogeneity
University of Delaware (2015)

Implications of heterogeneity in solids at continuum and atomistic scales
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University (2014)

Multiscale implications of heterogeneity in solids
Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Washington (2014)

Multiscale mechanics of toughening in solids
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Stony Brook University (2014)

Multiscale implications of heterogeneity on energy absorption and transport in solids
Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Alabama (2014)

Nano-engineering energy absorption & transport in solids
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Texas A&M University (2013)

Multiscale implications of nanoscale heterogeneity and deformation in solids                                                                        School of Engineering, University of Maryland (2013)

Engineering nanoscale transport of energy and momentum in solids 
Hopkins Extreme Materials Institute, Johns Hopkins University (2013)

Engineering nanoscale energy transport in solids from a mechanics perspective
School of Engineering, Brown University (2013)

Engineering nanoscale transport of energy and momentum
 Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (2013)

Engineering nanoscale transport of energy and momentum in solids
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Worcester Polytechnic Institute (2013)

Engineering nanoscale transport of energy and momentum 
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of California San Diego (2012)

Effect of distribution of atoms on fundamental properties in SiGe                                                                            Computational Research Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (2011)

Effect of composition and strain fields on optical properties of SiGe/Si quantum dot                                                       Beckman Institute, iOptics Seminar Series, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (2011)

Effect of distribution of atoms on fundamental properties in SiGe                                                                                  Condensed Matter and Materials Division, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (2011)

Fundamental mechanisms in SiGe and carbon nanomaterials
Thermo-mechanical group, Intel Corporation (2010)