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Journal of Micro and Nano-Manufacturing

Newest Issue: (March 2019, Volume 7, Issue 1)
Issues In Progress:
Technology Review | December 2016
research-article | September 2016
Man-Kwan Ng, Ishan Saxena, Kornel F. Ehmann and Jian Cao
   doi: 10.1115/1.4033680
research-article | March 2017
research-article | December 2017
Marco Giovannini, Huaqing Ren, Xingsheng Wang and Kornel Ehmann
   doi: 10.1115/1.4037726
Guest Editorial | March 2019
Technical Brief | September 2016
Editorial | June 2018
   doi: 10.1115/1.4039752
research-article | December 2016
Jhonatam Cordeiro and Salil Desai
   doi: 10.1115/1.4034607
research-article | March 2018
AMR Podcast
January 23, 2019
Applied Mechanics Reviews Audio Interview: Prof. Kenneth Liechti
44 minutes, 53 seconds

Prof. Ken Liechti of University of Texas at Austin is an award-winning authority on the mechanics of interfaces, describing bonding, unbonding, and crack propagation using innovative experimental techniques with applications to thin film mechanics and graphene transfer. Pipe Major Emeritus of the Silver Thistle Pipes and Drums band out of Austin, Liechti speaks in this interview of his commitment to carrying on the traditions of his Scottish heritage, of building unique devices for uncovering the hidden science of interfacial fracture, and of his experiences articulating the value of mechanics in interdisciplinary collaborations.

About This Journal
Most Accessed Article in 2018
Improving Surface Hydrophobicity by Microrolling-Based Texturing

Most Accessed Article in 2017

ASME announces the 2017 Reviewers of the Year


Purpose

The Journal of Micro and Nano-Manufacturing 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. Papers addressing special needs in emerging areas, such as biomedical devices, drug manufacturing, water and energy, are also encouraged.

Editor: Nicholas Fang,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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Frequency: Quarterly
Scope:
Areas of interest including, but 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
ISSN: 2166-0468
eISSN: 2166-0476
CODEN: AJMNBT

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