The Micro-Nano-Mechanical Systems Cleanroom Laboratory within the Department of Mechanical Science and Engineering at the University of Illinois provides an opportunity for research and discovery that is otherwise unattainable in a typical laboratory setting. Publications listed below contain work completed in part at this Laboratory.
To properly cite MNMS Cleanroom, please write:
“The material presented in this work was carried out in part in the Micro-Nano-Mechanical Systems Cleanroom Laboratory within the Department of Mechanical Science and Engineering at the University of Illinois.”
Kulkarni, A. A., Kohanek, J., Hanson, E., Thornton, K. & Braun, P. V. Control of lamellar eutectic orientation via template-directed solidification. Acta Materialia 166, 715–722 (2019).
Lopez-Montesinos, P. O., Desai, A. V. & Kenis, P. J. A. A three-dimensional numerical model of a micro laminar flow fuel cell with a bridge-shaped microchannel cross-section. Journal of Power Sources 269, 542–549 (2014).
Jiang, L., Nath, C., Samuel, J. & Kapoor, S. G. Estimating the Cohesive Zone Model Parameters of Carbon Nanotube–Polymer Interface for Machining Simulations. J. Manuf. Sci. Eng 136, 031004-031004–8 (2014).
Ashraf, A., Dastgheib, S. A., Mensing, G. & Shannon, M. A. Surface characteristics of selected carbon materials exposed to supercritical water. The Journal of Supercritical Fluids 76, 32–40 (2013).
Yao, C. W. et al. Droplet contact angle behavior on a hybrid surface with hydrophobic and hydrophilic properties. Appl. Phys. Lett. 101, 111605 (2012).
Tang, X., Ali, M. Y. & A. Saif, M. T. A novel technique for micro-patterning proteins and cells on polyacrylamide gels. Soft Matter 8, 7197–7206 (2012).
López-Montesinos, P. O. et al. Design, fabrication, and characterization of a planar, silicon-based, monolithically integrated micro laminar flow fuel cell with a bridge-shaped microchannel cross-section. Journal of Power Sources 196, 4638–4645 (2011).