2007 - Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers
His main research concerns Composite material, Polymer, Shape-memory polymer, Piezoelectricity and Stress. In his study, Anisotropy is inextricably linked to Thin film, which falls within the broad field of Composite material. He has included themes like Epoxy, Nanotechnology and Thermosetting polymer in his Polymer study.
He combines subjects such as Bending, Glass transition and Deformation with his study of Shape-memory polymer. The study incorporates disciplines such as Electrical network, Composite number, Numerical analysis and Finite element method in addition to Piezoelectricity. His Stress research includes themes of Recovery stress, Intensity and Linear elasticity.
His primary areas of study are Composite material, Finite element method, Nanotechnology, Polymer and Stress. His Composite material study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Thin film. His Finite element method research incorporates themes from Piezoelectricity, Phonon and Electromechanics.
Martin L. Dunn focuses mostly in the field of Nanotechnology, narrowing it down to topics relating to Adhesion and, in certain cases, Graphene. Martin L. Dunn usually deals with Polymer and limits it to topics linked to Thermosetting polymer and Epoxy. His Shape-memory polymer research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Elastomer and Actuator.
Composite material, 3D printing, Finite element method, Polymer and Shape-memory polymer are his primary areas of study. His Composite material study deals with Constitutive equation intersecting with Bending. His research investigates the connection between 3D printing and topics such as Inkwell that intersect with issues in Electrical conductor, Silver nanoparticle, Conductivity and Composite epoxy material.
His research in Polymer intersects with topics in Covalent bond, Network covalent bonding and Thermosetting polymer. His Shape-memory polymer study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Actuator and Bending. The concepts of his Stress relaxation study are interwoven with issues in Glass transition and Viscoelasticity.
Martin L. Dunn mostly deals with Polymer, Thermosetting polymer, Epoxy, Composite material and Vitrimers. His Polymer study combines topics in areas such as Covalent bond and Network covalent bonding. Within one scientific family, Martin L. Dunn focuses on topics pertaining to Thermoforming under Thermosetting polymer, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Finite element method, Strain energy, Mechanics, Isothermal process and Chemical reaction.
Martin L. Dunn combines subjects such as Stress relaxation, Glass transition and 3D printing with his study of Epoxy. His research on Composite material frequently links to adjacent areas such as Amorphous solid. His Vitrimers study incorporates themes from Composite number, Monomer, Scrap and Dissolution.
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Ultrastrong adhesion of graphene membranes
Steven P. Koenig;Narasimha G. Boddeti;Martin L. Dunn;J. Scott Bunch.
Nature Nanotechnology (2011)
Thermomechanics of shape memory polymers: Uniaxial experiments and constitutive modeling
Yiping Liu;Ken Gall;Martin L. Dunn;Alan R. Greenberg.
International Journal of Plasticity (2006)
Multimaterial 4D Printing with Tailorable Shape Memory Polymers
Qi Ge;Amir Hosein Sakhaei;Howon Lee;Conner K. Dunn.
Scientific Reports (2016)
Active materials by four-dimension printing
Qi Ge;H. Jerry Qi;Martin L. Dunn.
Applied Physics Letters (2013)
Micromechanics predictions of the effective electroelastic moduli of piezoelectric composites
M.L. Dunn;M. Taya.
International Journal of Solids and Structures (1993)
Active origami by 4D printing
Qi Ge;Qi Ge;Qi Ge;Conner K Dunn;H Jerry Qi;H Jerry Qi;Martin L Dunn;Martin L Dunn.
Smart Materials and Structures (2014)
Surface-stress-induced phase transformation in metal nanowires.
Jiankuai Diao;Ken Gall;Martin L. Dunn.
Nature Materials (2003)
The role of van der Waals forces in adhesion of micromachined surfaces
Frank W. DelRio;Frank W. DelRio;Maarten P. de Boer;James A. Knapp;E. David Reedy.
Nature Materials (2005)
Shape memory polymer nanocomposites
Ken Gall;Martin L. Dunn;Yiping Liu;Dudley Finch.
Acta Materialia (2002)
Strain effects on the thermal conductivity of nanostructures
Xiaobo Li;Kurt Maute;Martin L. Dunn;Ronggui Yang.
Physical Review B (2010)
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