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Journal of Micro and Nano-Manufacturing

Newest Issue: (September 2016, Volume 4, Issue 3)
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Man-Kwan Ng, Ishan Saxena, Kornel F. Ehmann and Jian Cao
   doi: 10.1115/1.4033680
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AMR Podcast
June 01, 2016
Applied Mechanics Reviews Audio Interview: Prof. Rodney Clifton
32 minutes, 40 seconds

Prof. Rodney Clifton is among the pioneers in the development of experimental techniques for characterizing high-strain-rate material response, recognized with membership in the National Academy of Engineering in 1989 and the ASME Timoshenko Medal in 2000. This AMR audio interview tells his story from a modest background in a one-room country school, through his labor on the early construction of Interstate 80 in Nebraska, to research on computational techniques for wave propagation in elastic-plastic materials, innovative approaches to characterizing the viscoelastic response of vocal folds, and a life-long commitment to teaching and learning.

About This Journal

The ASME Journal of Micro and Nano-Manufacturing is the latest addition to the Transactions of the ASME journal series. This new title provides a forum for the rapid dissemination of original theoretical and applied research in the areas of micro- and nano-manufacturing that are related to process innovation, accuracy and precision, throughput enhancement, material utilization, compact equipment development, environmental and life-cycle analysis and predictive modeling of manufacturing processes with feature sizes less than one hundred micrometers.

Editor: Jian Cao,
Northwestern University

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Frequency: Quarterly
Scope:
Areas of interest include, but are not limited to: unit micro- and nano-manufacturing processes; hybrid manufacturing processes combining bottom-up and top-down processes; hybrid manufacturing processes utilizing various energy sources (optical, mechanical, electrical, solar, etc.) to achieve multi-scale features and resolution; high-throughput micro- and nano-manufacturing processes; equipment development; predictive modeling and simulation of materials and/or systems enabling point-of-need or scaled-up micro- and nano-manufacturing; metrology at the micro- and nano-scales over large areas; sensors and sensor integration; design algorithms for multi-scale manufacturing; life cycle analysis; logistics and material handling related to micro- and nano-manufacturing. Papers addressing special needs in emerging areas, such as biomedical devices, drug manufacturing, water and energy, are also encouraged.
ISSN: 2166-0468
eISSN: 2166-0476
CODEN: AJMNBT

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