Markus J. Buehler focuses on Nanotechnology, Composite material, Fracture mechanics, Deformation and Materiomics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Chemical physics, Molecular dynamics and SILK, Spider silk. The various areas that Markus J. Buehler examines in his Fracture mechanics study include Brittleness, Mechanics, Linear elasticity and Force field.
His Mechanics study incorporates themes from ReaxFF and Silicon. His Deformation research integrates issues from Young's modulus, Biophysics, Fracture and Stiffness. The Fibril research Markus J. Buehler does as part of his general Biophysics study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Nanomechanics, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
His primary scientific interests are in Nanotechnology, Composite material, Biophysics, Molecular dynamics and Materiomics. His work in Nanotechnology covers topics such as Chemical physics which are related to areas like Molecule. His study in Toughness, Fracture mechanics, Ultimate tensile strength, Carbon nanotube and Deformation falls under the purview of Composite material.
His Fracture mechanics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Brittleness, Mechanics and Fracture. His research in Biophysics intersects with topics in Intermediate filament, Cytoskeleton, Tendon and Protein filament. Markus J. Buehler connects Materiomics with Tropocollagen in his research.
Markus J. Buehler mainly focuses on Nanotechnology, SILK, Molecular dynamics, Artificial intelligence and Composite material. His Nanotechnology study frequently involves adjacent topics like Biopolymer. His SILK research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Elastin, Biomaterial, Biophysics, Polymer science and Self-healing hydrogels.
His Molecular dynamics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Chemical physics, Elasticity and Molecule. His Artificial intelligence study also includes
His primary areas of investigation include Nanotechnology, SILK, Graphene, Composite material and Nanocomposite. In his study, he carries out multidisciplinary Nanotechnology and Natural materials research. In his research on the topic of SILK, Angstrom is strongly related with Biopolymer.
The concepts of his Graphene study are interwoven with issues in Raman spectroscopy, Contact area and Biosensor. His research integrates issues of Tissue engineering and Bone tissue engineering in his study of Composite material. His work deals with themes such as Self-assembly, Multiscale modeling, Mechanical strength and Toughness, which intersect with Nanocomposite.
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Nanoconfinement controls stiffness, strength and mechanical toughness of β-sheet crystals in silk
Sinan Keten;Zhi Ping Xu;Britni Ihle;Markus J. Buehler.
Nature Materials (2010)
A realistic molecular model of cement hydrates
Roland J. M. Pellenq;Akihiro Kushima;Rouzbeh Shahsavari;Krystyn J. Van Vliet.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2009)
Current issues in research on structure–property relationships in polymer nanocomposites
J. Jancar;J. F. Douglas;Francis W. Starr;S. K. Kumar.
Multifunctionality and control of the crumpling and unfolding of large-area graphene
Jianfeng Zang;Seunghwa Ryu;Nicola Pugno;Qiming Wang.
Nature Materials (2013)
Merger of structure and material in nacre and bone - Perspectives on de novo biomimetic materials
Horacio D. Espinosa;Jee E. Rim;Francois Barthelat;Markus J. Buehler.
Progress in Materials Science (2009)
Nature designs tough collagen: Explaining the nanostructure of collagen fibrils
Markus J. Buehler.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2006)
Nanomechanics of functional and pathological amyloid materials
Tuomas P. J. Knowles;Markus J. Buehler.
Nature Nanotechnology (2011)
On the Mechanistic Origins of Toughness in Bone
Maximilien E. Launey;Markus J. Buehler;Robert O. Ritchie.
Annual Review of Materials Research (2010)
Hierarchical structure and nanomechanics of collagen microfibrils from the atomistic scale up.
Alfonso Gautieri;Simone Vesentini;Alberto Redaelli;Markus J. Buehler.
Nano Letters (2011)
Combinatorial molecular optimization of cement hydrates
M.J. Abdolhosseini Qomi;K.J. Krakowiak;M. Bauchy;M. Bauchy;M. Bauchy;K.L. Stewart.
Nature Communications (2014)
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