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Prof. Craig B. Arnold and his research group focus on materials processing and fabrication, with applications in energy, optoelelectronics, sensing and nanotechnology.
News and recent publications
E. Mills, J. Cannarella, Q. Zhang, S. Bhadra, C. B. Arnold, and S. Y. Chou, J. Vac. Sci. Technol., B (2014) uses flexible mold NIL to manufacture Si nanostructures for lithium-ion battery electrodes.
G. Y. Gor, J. Cannarella, J. H. Prévost, and C. B. Arnold, J. Electrochem. Soc. (2014) models the in situ mechanical properties of battery separators under compression, which is important for predicting mechanically coupled battery aging mechanisms.
J. Cannarella, X. Liu, C. Z. Leng, P. D. Sinko, G. Y. Gor, and C. B. Arnold, J. Electrochem. Soc. (2014) measures the in situ mechanical properties of battery separators under compression to better understand mechanically-coupled battery aging mechanisms.
J. Cannarella, C. Z. Leng, and C. B. Arnold, Proc. SPIE (2014) investigates how materials exhibiting intercalation-induced expansion can be used as a new class of force sensors.
K. B. Shepard, C. B. Arnold, and R. D. PriestleyACS Macro Letters (2014) measures the time of flight and nanoscale thermal properties of stable polymer nanoglobules deposited by MAPLE.
- SPIE Photonics West, San Francisco, CA, February 2015
- ACEEES, Perth, Australia, December 2014
- Fall MRS, Boston, MA, December 2014
- Joshua Spechler was featured in an article about flexible electronics (11/12/2014)
- Congratulations to Kimberly Shepard on recieving the Porter Ogden Jacobus Fellowship! (8/10/2014)
- Welcome to our new summer students and visiting researchers! (6/9/14)
- Congratulations to Jake Herb on recieving first place for his third year seminar! (5/29/14)
- Congratulations to John Cannarella on receiving the Wallace Memorial Fellowship! (5/28/14)