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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
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.
J. Cannarella and C. B. Arnold, J. Power Sources (2014) demonstrates a novel technique for measuring SOH and SOC of lithium-ion cells using measurements of mechanical stress or expansion.
C. F. Brasz, J. H. Yang, and C. B. Arnold, Microfluid. Nanofluid. (2014) uses time-resolved imaging and computational fluid dynamics to reveal a tilting effect in adjacent liquid jets formed using blister-actuated laser-induced forward transfer.
Y. Zha, P. T. Lin, L. Kimerling, A. Agarwal, C. B. Arnold, ACS Photonics (2014) demonstrates the microtrench filling method for producing IR waveguides of 1.87 dB/cm propagation loss, which is the lowest among solution-processed waveguides.
J. Cannarella, C. B. Arnold J. Power Sources (2014) shows that mechanical stress arising during normal operation can accelerate chemical degradation. The degradation is nonuniform, suggesting better control of mechanical properties can increase durability.
- SPIE Photonics West, San Francisco, CA, February 2015
- ACEEES, Perth, Australia, December 2014
- Fall MRS, Boston, MA, December 2014
- AIChE Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, November 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)