Welcome to our Lab at ASU. Our research is primarily focused on the synthesis and characterization of nanostructured materials for structural and functional applications. We develop new synthesis techniques for thin films and investigate their synthesis-structure-property relationships. The overarching goal is to engineer the microstructure of thin films to enhance their mechanical properties and functionality. Our lab also has an active interest in creating soft, polymer-based micro platforms that can be used as scaffolds for biohybrid devices or for studying cellular mechanics.

 

Recent News

Our paper on the effect of plastic anisotropy on the deformation of bicrystalline Al films is published in Acta Materialia (pdf).

Ehsan Izadi defends his PhD dissertation!

Rohit Sarkar defends his PhD dissertation!

Ehsan wins Best Poster Award at 2017 TMS annual meeting!

Our paper on grain rotations in ultrafine-grained aluminum films is published in Materials and Design (pdf).

 

Related Research Groups: Multiphysics Lab, Computational Mechanics Lab, Peralta Research Group, Chawla Research Group

 

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