Micro and Nano Mechanics Laboratory
Newark College of Engineering
Welcome to Prof. Nadimpalli's Micro and Nano Mechanics Laboratory in the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at the New Jersey Institute of Technology. The main goal of our lab is to provide fundamental understanding of the mechanics of deformation, fracture, degradation, and failure of materials using a combined experimental and modeling approach.
The current focus of our lab is to understand the role of mechanics in the degradation of lithium-ion batteries to enable durable and light weight battery designs. Please visit the research, publications, and facilities page to find more about our unique capabilities and our research activities. Education page has some information about our educational and outreach activities.
(a) and (b) show lithiated Si particles held by PVdF polymer in a composite lithium-ion electrode. (c) is an image of nano scale Si film after 40 charge/discharge cycles showing extensive degradation.
January 11, 2018
Subhajit's paper was accepted for publication in the journal of Experimental Mechanics, Congratulations Subhajit!!
November 27, 2017
Raj joined Harvard Medical School as postdoctoral associate, Congratulations Raj!!
November 10, 2017
Raj has defended his PhD thesis successfuly, Congratulations Raj!!
April 27, 2017
March 1, 2017
Sep 18, 2016
Arnuparp and Raj's paper has been accepted by Journal of Power Sources, congratulations to both of you for a job well done!
May 17, 2016
Patrick Thompson defended his masters thesis, congratulations Pat!
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