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Journal of Engineering Materials and Technology

Research Paper | October 2004
Ki-Ju Kang, Severine Darzens and Gee-Seob Choi
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Guest Editorial | July 2012
Xin-Lin Gao and Shaofan Li
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Bipul Barua and Mrinal C. Saha
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J. B. Jordon and M. F. Horstemeyer
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AMR Podcast
January 31, 2014
Applied Mechanics Reviews Audio Interview: Prof. Avram Bar-Cohen, part 1
27 minutes, 12 seconds

Prof. Avram Bar Cohen of the University of Maryland is a leading expert in thermal packaging of micro and nanosystems, and a forward thinker on technological leadership, forecasting, and management. He is an honorary member and Fellow of the ASME and a recent recipient of the 75th Anniversary Medal of ASME's Heat Transfer Division in recognition of service and contributions far beyond the call of duty. This AMR audio interview features his personal reflections on cutting edge research in thermal management and miniaturization, a career of service to the applied mechanics community, the needs for flexible funding and training mechanisms, and the Brooklyn soccer leagues.

About This Journal

Providing top-quality, peer-reviewed research papers on contemporary issues of engineering materials and technology, the journal covers a broad spectrum of issues regarding experimental, computational and theoretical studies of mechanical properties of materials, as well as mechanics of materials issues in metals, polymers, ceramics, composites, biomaterials, and nanostructured materials.

Editor: Mohammed Zikry,
North Carolina State University
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ISSN: 0094-4289
eISSN: 1528-8889
CODEN: JEMTA8
Frequency: Quarterly
Scope:
Multiscale characterization, modeling and experiments; high-temperature creep, fatigue and fracture; elastic -plastic behavior; environmental effects on material response, constitutive relations, materials processing, and microstructure mechanical property relationships.

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