Publications

  1. C. Deng, A. Kim, and W. Lu, “A generic battery-cycling optimization framework with learned sampling and early stopping strategies,” Patterns, 3, 100531, 2022.
  2. B. Wu, B. Zhang, C. Deng, and W. Lu, “Physics-encoded deep learning in identifying battery parameters without direct knowledge of ground truth,” Applied Energy, 321, 119390, 2022.
  3. T. Gao and W. Lu, “Surface instability of metal anode in all-solid-state batteries,” International Journal of Solids and Structures, 111790, 2022.
  4. H. Shin, Y. Lee, and W. Lu, “Structural degradation of graphite anode induced by dissolved manganese ions in lithium-ion batteries,” Journal of Power Sources, 528, 231223, 2022.
  5. C. Deng, Y. Wang, C. Qin, Y. Fu, and W. Lu, “Self-directed online machine learning for topology optimization,” Nature Communications, 13, 388, 2022.
  6. T. Gao, D. Barnes, and W. Lu, “Theory of coupled electrochemistry and piezoelectricity in a porous medium,” Physical Review Letters, 128, 068301, 2022.
  7. T. Gao, G. Liu, and W. Lu, “A theory that couples electrochemistry and thin film piezoelectricity with stability analysis for electrodeposition,” Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, 162, 104827, 2022.
  8. J. Zhang and W. Lu, “Sparse data machine learning for battery health estimation and optimal design incorporating material characteristics,” Applied Energy, 307, 118165, 2021.
  9. X. Lin, K. Khosravinia, X. Hu, J. Li, and W. Lu, “Lithium plating mechanism, detection, and mitigation in lithium-ion batteries,” Progress in Energy and Combustion Science, 87, 100953, 2021.
  10. C. Deng and W. Lu, “A facile process to fabricate phosphorus/carbon xerogel composite as anode for sodium ion batteries,” Journal of The Electrochemical Society, 168, 080529, 2021.
  11. J. Zhang, H. Shin, and W. Lu, “Top-down ultrasonication-assisted exfoliation for prebonded phosphorene-graphene heterostructures enabling fast lithiation/delithiation,” ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 13, 25946–25959, 2021.
  12. T. Gao and W. Lu, “Machine learning toward advanced energy storage devices and systems,” iScience, 24, 101936, 2021.
  13. H. Rokni and W. Lu, “Direct measurements of interfacial adhesion in 2D materials and van der Waals heterostructures in ambient air,” Nature Communications, 11, 5607, 2020.
  14. T. Gao, C. Rainey, and W. Lu, “Piezoelectric mechanism and a compliant film to effectively suppress dendrite growth,” ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 12, 51448–51458, 2020.
  15. C. Deng, X. Ji, C. Rainey, J. Zhang, and W. Lu, “Integrating machine learning with human knowledge,” iScience, 23, 101656, 2020.
  16. T. Gao, A. Kim, and W. Lu, “Modeling electrode-level crack and quantifying its effect on battery performance and impedance,” Electrochimica Acta, 363, 137197, 2020.
  17. C. Deng and W. Lu, “Consistent diffusivity measurement between Galvanostatic Intermittent Titration Technique and Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy,” Journal of Power Sources, 473, 228613, 2020.
  18. F.C. Liu,  P. Dong, J. Zhang, W. Lu, A. Taub, and K. Sun,”Alloy amorphization through nanoscale shear localization at Al-Fe interface,” Materials Today Physics, 15, 100252, 2020.
  19. I. Gupta, J.R. Barber, M.D. Thouless, and W. Lu, “Influence of the Turing instability on the motion of domain boundaries,” Physical Review E, 102, 012802, 2020.
  20. T. Gao and Wei Lu, “Physical model and machine learning enabled electrolyte channel design for fast charging,” Journal of The Electrochemical Society, 167, 110519, 2020.
  21. Z. Cheng, Q. Zhang, D. Wang, and W. Lu, “Cyclic stress-assisted surface diffusion and stress concentration of machined surface topography,” Engineering Fracture Mechanics, 234, 107087, 2020. 
  22. D. Wang, M.D. Thouless, W. Lu, and J.R. Barber, “Generation of perversions in fibers with intrinsic curvature,” Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, 139, 103932, 2020. 
  23. C. Deng and W. Lu, “Geometry optimization of porous electrode for lithium-ion batteries,” ECS Transactions, 97, 249, 2020.
  24. K. Hong, J.R. Barber, M.D. Thouless, and W. Lu, “Effect of power history on pellet-cladding interaction,” Nuclear Engineering and Design, 358, 110439, 2020.
  25. G. Liu, D. Wang, J. Zhang, A. Kim, and W. Lu, “Preventing dendrite growth by a soft piezoelectric material,” ACS Materials Letters, 1, 498-505, 2019.
  26. R. Shifmana, Z. Li, W. Allen, N. Ng, D. Wang, P. Takunda Chazovachii, W. Lu, B.G. Orr, F.W. Gibson, A. Ashraf, and M.M. Banaszak Holl, “Bicomponent poly(ethylene)/poly(propylene) fiber bonding using dielectric inks,” Colloids and Surfaces A, 582, 123868, 2019.
  27. B. Wu and W. Lu, “A consistently coupled multiscale mechanical-electrochemical model with particle interaction and its validation,” Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, 125, 89-111, 2019. 
  28. H. Shin, J. Zhang, and W. Lu, “Material structure and chemical bond effect on the electrochemical performance of black phosphorus-graphite composite anodes,” Electrochimica Acta, 309, 264-273, 2019.
  29. J. Zhang, H. Shin, and W. Lu, “Highly ambient-stable few-layer black phosphorene by pulsed laser exfoliation and HEMM,” Chemical Communications, 55, 2601-2604, 2019.
  30. T. Gao and W. Lu, “Mechanism and effect of thermal degradation on electrolyte ionic diffusivity in Li-ion batteries: A molecular dynamics study,” Electrochimica Acta, 323, 134791, 2019.
  31. Y. K. Lee, J. Park, and W. Lu, “A comprehensive experimental and modeling study on dissolution in Li-ion batteries,” Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 166, A1340-A1354, 2019.
  32. H. Shin, J. Zhang, and W. Lu, “A comprehensive study of black phosphorus-graphite composite anodes and HEMM synthesis conditions for improved cycle stability,” Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 166, A2673-A2682, 2019.
  33. K. Hong, J. R. Barber, M. D. Thouless, and W. Lu, “Cracking of Cr-coated accident-tolerant fuel during normal operation and under power-ramping conditions,” Nuclear Engineering and Design, 353, 110275, 2019.
  34. D. Wang, M.D. Thouless, W. Lu, and J.R. Barber, “In-situ observations of abrasion mechanisms of nonwoven fabric,” Wear, 432–433, 202945, 2019.
  35. I. Gupta, J. R. Barber, M. D. Thouless, and W. Lu, “Mechanistic model for stresses in the oxide layer formed on zirconium alloys,” Journal of Thermal Stresses, 42, 1071-1082, 2019.
  36. K. Hong, W. Lu, M.D. Thouless, and J.R.Barber, “Corner stress fields in sliding at high friction coefficients,” European Journal of Mechanics – A/Solids, 76, 308-311, 2019.
  37. K. Hong, M. D. Thouless, W. Lu, and J. R. Barber, “Asymptotic stress fields for complete contact between dissimilar materials,” Journal of Applied Mechanics, 86, 011009, 2019.
  38. F. C. Liu, P. Dong, W. Lu, and K. Sun, “On formation of Al-O-C bonds at aluminum/polyamide joint interface,” Applied Surface Science, 466, 202-209, 2019.
  39. H. Rokni and W. Lu, “Nanoscale probing of interaction in atomically thin layered materials,” ACS Central Science, 4, 288-297, 2018.
  40. X. Lin and W. Lu, “A framework for optimization on battery cycle life,” Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 165, A3380-A3388, 2018.
  41. B. Wu, S. Han, K.G. Shin, and W. Lu, “Application of artificial neural networks in design of lithium-ion batteries,” Journal of Power Sources, 395, 128-136, 2018.
  42. B. Ryu, D. Li, C. Park, H. Rokni, W. Lu , X. Liang, “Rubbing-induced site-selective growth of MoS2 device patterns,” ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 10, 43774–43784, 2018.
  43. D. Wang, J.R. Barber, W. Lu, M.D. Thouless, “Use of wavelet analysis for an objective evaluation of the formation of pills in nonwoven fabrics,” Journal of Industrial Textiles, 2018.
  44. K. Hong, J.R. Barber, M.D. Thouless, and W. Lu, “Cracking and spalling of the oxide layer developed in high-burnup Zircaloy-4 cladding under normal operating conditions in a PWR,” Journal of Nuclear Materials, 512, 46-55, 2018.
  45. D. Li, B. Wu, X. Zhu, J. Wang, B. Ryu, W.D. Lu, W. Lu, and X. Liang, “MoS2 Memristors Exhibiting Variable Switching Characteristics towards Bio-Realistic Synaptic Emulation,” ACS Nano, 12, 9240–9252,  2018.
  46. Z. Hu, H. Wang, M.D. Thouless, and W. Lu, “An approach of adaptive effective cycles to couple fretting wear and creep in finite-element modeling,” International Journal of Solids and Structures, 139–140, 302, 2018.
  47. B. Wu and W. Lu, “Mechanical modeling of particles with active core-shell structures for lithium-ion battery electrodes,” The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 121, 19022–19030, 2017.
  48. B. Wu and W. Lu., “A battery model that fully couples mechanics and electrochemistry at both particle and electrode levels by incorporation of particle interaction,” Journal of Power Sources, 360, 360, 2017.
  49. M. Chen, H. Rokni, W. Lu, and X. Liang, “Scaling behavior of nanoimprint and nanoprinting lithography for producing nanostructures of molybdenum disulfide,” Microsystems & Nanoengineering, 3, 17053, 2017.
  50. H. Wang, Z. Hu, W. Lu, and M.D. Thouless, “The effect of coupled wear and creep during grid-to-rod fretting,” Nuclear Engineering and Design, 318, 163, 2017.
  51. H. Rokni and W. Lu, “Layer-by-layer insight into electrostatic charge distribution of few-layer graphene,” Scientific Reports, 7, 42821, 2017.
  52. G. Liu and W. Lu, “A model of concurrent lithium dendrite growth, SEI growth, SEI penetration and regrowth,” Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 164, A1826, 2017.
  53. X. Lin and W. Lu, “A battery model that enables consideration of realistic anisotropic environment surrounding an active material particle and its application,” Journal of Power Sources, 357, 220, 2017.
  54. Y. K. Lee, J. Park and W. Lu, “A comprehensive study of manganese deposition and side reactions in Li-ion battery electrode,” Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 164, A2812, 2017.
  55. Z. Cheng, R. Liao, W. Lu, and D. Wang, “Fatigue notch factors prediction of rough specimen by the theory of critical distance,” International Journal of Fatigue 104, 195, 2017.
  56. Z. Cheng, R. Liao, and W. Lu, “Surface stress concentration factor via Fourier representation and its application for machined surfaces,” International Journal of Solids and Structures, 113, 108, 2017.
  57. L. Wei, W. Lu, H. Wei, C. Chen, and Z. Hou, “Porous sandwich-like silica/graphene nanocomposites obtained via templating of porous silica with CTAB in the gallery region of graphene oxide,” Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, 241, 58-65, 2017.
  58. B. Wu and W. Lu, “Mechanical-electrochemical modeling of agglomerate particles in lithium-ion battery electrodes,” Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 163, A3131-A3139, 2016.
  59. W. Lu, M.D. Thouless, Z. Hu, H. Wang, R. Ghelichi, C. H. Wu, K. Kamrin, and D. Parks, “CASL structural mechanics modeling of Grid-to-Rod Fretting (GTRF),” JOM, 68, 2922-2929, 2016.
  60. H. Gong, C. Wang, W. Zhang, P. Huai, W. Lu and Z. Zhu, “Atomistic simulation of the trapping capability of He-vacancy defects at Ni grain boundary,” Modelling and Simulation in Materials Science and Engineering, 24, 085004, 2016.
  61. Z Hu, M.D. Thouless and W. Lu, “Effects of gap size and excitation frequency on the vibrational behavior and wear rate of fuel rods,” Nuclear Engineering and Design, 308, 261-268, 2016.
  62. S. Lee, J. Yang and W. Lu, “Debonding at the interface between active particles and PVDF binder in Li-ion batteries,” Extreme Mechanics Letters, 7, 18–26, 2016.
  63. J. Park, J. Li, W. Lu and A. M. Sastry, “Geometric consideration of nanostructures for energy storage systems,” Journal of Applied Physics, 119, 025101, 2016.
  64. Y. Bie, J. Yang, W. Lu, Z. Lei, Y. Nuli and J. Wang, “A facile 3D binding approach for high Si loading anodes,” Electrochimica Acta, 212, 141–146, 2016.
  65. L. Xin, W. Lu, S. Yang, C. Ju and G. Dui, “Influence of linear work hardening on the elastic–plastic behavior of functionally graded thick-walled tube,” Acta Mechanica, 227, 2305–2321, 2016.
  66. Y. Bie, J. Yang, X. Liu, J. Wang, Y. Nuli and W. Lu, “Polydopamine wrapping silicon cross-linked with polyacrylic acid as high-performance anode for lithium-ion batteries,” ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 8, 2899–2904, 2016.
  67. H. Gong, G. Li. S. Zhang, W. Lu and L. Wang, “Atomistic Study of the Copper Cluster Deposition on Si(001) and Si(111) Surface,” Materials Science Forum, 850, 287, 2016.
  68. Z. H, W. Lu, M.D. Thouless and J.R. Barber, “Effect of plastic deformation on the evolution of wear and local stress fields in fretting,” International Journal of Solids and Structures, 82, 1–8, 2016.
  69. S. Hu, G. Liu, W. Chen, X. Li, W. Lu, R.H. Lam and J. Fu, “Multiparametric biomechanical and biochemical phenotypic profiling of single cancer cells using an elasticity microcytometer,” Small, 2016.
  70. H. Wang, W. Lu, J. R. Barber and M. D. Thouless, “The roles of cohesive strength and toughness for crack growth in visco-elastic and creeping materials,” Engineering Fracture Mechanics, 160, 226-237, 2016.
  71. Y.K. Lee, J. Park and W. Lu, “Electronic and bonding properties of LiMn2O4 spinel with different surface orientations and doping elements and their effects on manganese dissolution,” Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 163, A1359-A1368, 2016.
  72. H. Shin, J. Park, A. M. Sastry and W. Lu, “Degradation of the solid electrolyte interphase induced by the deposition of manganese ions,” Journal of Power Sources, 284, 416–427, 2015.
  73. H. Shin, J. Park, A. M. Sastry and W. Lu, “Effects of fluoroethylene carbonate (FEC) on anode and cathode interfaces at elevated temperatures,” Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 162, A1683-A1692, 2015.
  74. M. Chen, H. Nam, H. Rokni, S. Wi, J. S. Yoon, P. Chen, K. Kurabayashi, W. Lu and X. Liang, “Nanoimprint-assisted shear exfoliation (NASE) for producing multilayer MoS2 structures as field-effect transistor channel arrays,” ACS Nano, 9, 8773–8785, 2015.
  75. Y. Bie, J. Yu, J. Yang, W. Lu, Y. Nuli and J. Wang, “Porous microspherical silicon composite anode material for lithium ion battery,” Electrochimica Acta, 178, 65-73, 2015.
  76. H. Shin, J. Park, S. Han, A. Sastry and W. Lu, “Component-/structure-dependent elasticity of solid electrolyte interphase layer in Li-ion batteries: experimental and computational studies,” Journal of Power Sources, 277, 169–179, 2015.
  77. R. Miao, J. Yang, Y. Wu, J. Wang, Y. Nulia and W. Lu, “Nanoporous silicon from low-cost natural clinoptilolite for lithium storage,” RSC Advances, 5, 56772-56779, 2015.
  78. Q. Lu, J. Yang, W. Lu, J. Wang, Y. Nuli, “Advanced semi-interpenetrating polymer network gel electrolyte for rechargeable lithium batteries,” Electrochimica Acta, 152, 489-495, 2015.
  79. Z. Hu, W. Lu, M.D. Thouless and J.R. Barber, “Simulation of wear evolution using fictitious eigenstrains,” Tribology International, 82, 191-194, 2015.
  80. Z. Hu, W. Lu, M.D. Thouless, “Slip and wear at a corner with Coulomb friction and an interfacial strength,” Wear, 338, 242–251, 2015.
  81. G. Y. Liu, P. Powell and W. Lu, “Nano-batteries in a carry fluid as power supply: Freeform geometry, superfast refilling, and heat self-dissipation,” Applied Physics Letters, 105, 253902, 2014.
  82. M. Zhu, J. Park, A. M. Sastry and W. Lu, “Numerical study of interaction and aggregation of non-spherical particles in forming Li-Ion battery cathodes,” Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 161, A1247-A1252, 2014.
  83. L. Liu, J. Park, X. K. Lin, A. M. Sastry and W. Lu, “A thermal-electrochemical model that gives spatial-dependent growth of solid electrolyte interphase in a Li-ion battery,” Journal of Power Sources, 268, 482-490, 2014.
  84. Shalev, S. Biswas, Y. Yang, T. Eddir, W. Lu, R. Clarke and M. Shtein, “Growth and modelling of spherical crystalline morphologies of molecular materials,” Nature Communications, 5, 5204, 2014.
  85. D. H. Song, J. Park, M. A. Philbert, A. M. Sastry and W. Lu, “Effects of local pH on the formation and regulation of cristae morphologies,” Physical Review E, 90, 022702, 2014.
  86. E. R. Meshot, Z. Z. Zhao, W. Lu and A. J. Hart, “Self-ordering of small-diameter metal nanoparticles by dewetting on hexagonal mesh templates,” Nanoscale, 6, 10106-10112, 2014.
  87. X. Li, W. Q. Chen, G. Y. Liu, W. Lu and J. P. Fu, “Continuous-flow microfluidic blood cell sorting for unprocessed whole blood using surface micromachined microfiltration membranes,” Lab on a Chip, 14, 2565-2575, 2014.
  88. S. Lee, J. Park, J. Yang and W. Lu, “Molecular dynamics simulations of the traction-separation response at the interface between PVDF binder and graphite in the electrode of Li-ion batteries,” Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 161, A1218-A1223, 2014.
  89. J. L. Yu, J. Yang, X. J. Feng, H. Jia, J. L. Wang and W. Lu, “Uniform carbon coating on silicon nanoparticles by dynamic CVD process for electrochemical lithium storage,” Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 53, 12697-12704, 2014.
  90. X. G. Hao, X. K. Lin, W. Lu and B. M. Bartlett, “Oxygen vacancies lead to loss of domain order, particle fracture, and rapid capacity fade in lithium manganospinel (LiMn2O4) batteries,” ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 6, 10849-10857, 2014.
  91. X. J. Feng, J. Yang, Y. T. Bie, J. L. Wang, Y. N. Nuli and W. Lu, “Nano/micro-structured Si/CNT/C composite from nano-SiO2 for high power lithium ion batteries,” Nanoscale, 6, 12532-12539, 2014.
  92. S. Lee and W. Lu, “Controlling the number of graphene sheets exfoliated from graphite by designed normal loading and frictional motion,” Journal of Applied Physics, 116, 024313, 2014.
  93. X. Lin, J. Park, L. Liu, Y. Lee, A.M. Sastry and W. Lu, “A comprehensive capacity fade model and analysis for Li-ion batteries,” Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 160, A1701-A1710, 2013.
  94. H. Nam, S. Wi, H. Rokni, M. Chen, G. Priessnitz, W. Lu, and X. Liang, “MoS2 Transistors fabricated via plasma-assisted nanoprinting of few-layer MoS2 flakes into large-area arrays,” ACS Nano, 7, 5870-5081, 2013.
  95. D.H. Song, J. Park, L. L. Maurer, W. Lu, M.A. Philbert, and A.M. Sastry, “Biophysical significance of the inner mitochondrial membrane structure on the electrochemical potential of mitochondria,” Physical Review E, 88, 062723, 2013.
  96. S. Lee, J. Park, A.M. Sastry and W. Lu, “Molecular dynamics simulations of SOC-dependent elasticity of LixMn2O4 spinels in Li-Ion batteries,” Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 160, A968-A972, 2013.
  97. S. Han, J. Park, W. Lu and A.M. Sastry, “Numerical study of grain boundary effect on Li+ effective diffusivity and intercalation-induced stresses in Li-ion battery active materials,” Journal of Power Sources, 240, 155-167, 2013.
  98. H. Rokni and W. Lu, “A continuum model for the static pull-in behavior of graphene nanoribbon electrostatic actuators with interlayer shear and surface energy effects,” Journal of Applied Physics, 113, 153512, 2013.
  99. S. Tawfick, Z. Zhao, M. Maschmann, A. Brieland-Shoultz, M. De Volder, J.W. Baur, W. Lu and A.J. Hart, “Mechanics of capillary forming of aligned carbon nanotube assemblies,” Langmuir, 29, 5190-5198, 2013.
  100. H. Rokni and W. Lu, “Surface and thermal effects on the pull-in behavior of doubly-clamped graphene nanoribbons under electrostatic and Casimir loads,” Journal of Applied Mechanics, 80, 061014, 2013.
  101. H. Rokni and Wei Lu, “Effect of graphene layers on static pull-in behavior of bilayer graphene/substrate electrostatic microactuators,” Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems, 22, 553-559, 2012.
  102. H. Wang, Z. Hu, W. Lu and M. D. Thouless, “A mechanism-based framework for the numerical analysis of creep in zircaloy-4,” Journal of Nuclear Materials, 433, 188-198, 2012.
  103. R. Lam, S. Weng, W. Lu and J. Fu, “Live-cell subcellular measurement of cell stiffness using a microengineered stretchable micropost array membrane,” Integrative Biology, 4, 1289-1298, 2012.
  104. H. Gong, W. Lu, L.M. Wang, G. Li and S. Zhang, “The effect of deposition velocity and cluster size on thin film growth by Cu cluster deposition,” Computational Materials Science, 65, 230-234, 2012.
  105. H. Gong, W. Lu, L.M. Wang and G. Li, “Cluster size and substrate temperature affecting thin film formation during copper cluster deposition on a Si (001) surface,” Chinese Physics B, 21, 113601, 2012.
  106. Z. Zhao and W. Lu, “Spontaneous propagation of self-assembly in a continuum medium,” Physical Review E, 85, 041124, 2012.
  107. H. Gong, W. Lu, L. Wang, G. Li and S. Zhang, “The effects of substrate size and temperature on the deposition of Cu clusters on a Si substrate,” Journal of Applied Physics, 112, 024903, 2012.
  108. S. Lee and W. Lu, “Using elastic light scattering of red blood cells to detect infection of malaria parasite,” IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, 59, 150-155, 2012.
  109. K.D. Li, Q. Wei, L.M. Wang and W. Lu, “Dynamics of nanoscale void/fiber assembly formation in irradiated amorphous materials,” International Journal for Multiscale Computational Engineering, 10, 109–116, 2012.
  110. S. Lee, L.M. Wang and W. Lu, “Formation of ordered nanodroplet chains on a solid surface by enhanced surface diffusion and shadow effect,” Surface Science, 606, 659–663, 2012.
  111. S. Lee and W. Lu, “Computing light scattering spectrum of microparticles toward disease diagnosis,” Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience, 9, 409-413, 2012.
  112. S. Lee and W. Lu, “Backward elastic light scattering of malaria infected red blood cells,” Applied Physics Letters, 99, 073704, 2011.
  113. S. Lee, L.M. Wang and W. Lu, “Self-organized chains of nanodots induced by an off-normal incident beam,” Nanoscale Research Letters, 6,432, 2011.
  114. S. Lee and W. Lu, “Surface instability, ripple formation, and spontaneous transition to chains of dots by competing kinetics,” Computational Materials Science, 50, 2706-2711, 2011.
  115. G.K. Xu, W. Lu, X.Q. Feng and S.W. Yu, “Self-assembly of organic–inorganic nanocomposites with nacre-like hierarchical structures,” Soft Matter, 7, 4828-4832, 2011.
  116. Z. Zhao and W. Lu, “Growing large nanostructured superlattices from a continuum medium by sequential activation of self-assembly,” Physical Review E, 83, 041610, 2011.
  117. J. Park and W. Lu, “Self-assembly of nanoparticles into heterogeneous structures with gradient material properties,” Physical Review E, 83, 031402, 2011.
  118. S. Lee and W. Lu, “The switching of rotaxane-based motors,” Nanotechnology, 22, 205501, 2011.
  119. J. Park, X.Q. Feng, and W. Lu, “Instability of electrowetting on a dielectric substrate,” Journal of Applied Physics, 109, 034309, 2011.
  120. J. Park, W. Lu, and A.M. Sastry, “Numerical simulation of stress evolution in lithium manganese dioxide particles due to coupled phase transition and intercalation,” Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 158, A201-A206, 2011.
  121. J. Park, J.H. Seo, G.L. Plett, W. Lu and A.M. Sastry, “Numerical simulation of the effect of the dissolution of LiMn2O4 particles on Li-ion battery performance,” Electrochemical and Solid State Letters, 14, A14-A18, 2011.
  122. M. De Volder, S. Tawfick, S.J. Park, D. Copic, Z. Zhao, W. Lu, and A.J. Hart, “Diverse 3D microarchitectures made by capillary forming of carbon nanotubes,” Advanced Materials, 22, 4384-4389, 2010.
  123. Z. Zhao, S. Tawfick, S.J. Park, M. De Volder, A.J. Hart and W. Lu, “Bending of nanoscale filament assemblies by elastocapillary densification,” Physical Review E, 82, 041605, 2010. (Selected by Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science & Technology).
  124. K.D. Li, A. Perez-Bergquist, Q. Wei, L.M. Wang, and W. Lu, “Energy-dependant irradiation-induced nanostructure formation in amorphous germanium”, Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience, 2010, 7, 522-527, 2010.
  125. S. Lee and W. Lu, “Effect of mechanical load on the shuttling operation of molecular muscles,” Applied Physics Letters, 94, Art. No. 233114, 2009. (Selected by Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research).
  126. J. Park and W. Lu, “Interaction of Nanoparticles with Lipid Layers,” Physical Review E, 80, 021607, 2009.
  127. J. Park and W. Lu, “Control Morphology of Nanostructures with Electric Field,” Applied Physics Letters, 93, Art. No. 073110, 2009.
  128. M. Bedewy, E.R. Meshot, H. Guo, E.A. Verploegen, W. Lu, and A.J. Hart, “Collective Mechanism for the Evolution and Self-Termination of Vertically Aligned Carbon Nanotube Growth,” Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 113, 20576-20582, 2009.
  129. H. Guo and W. Lu, “Effect of Areal Density on the Growth Morphology of Nanotube Forests,” Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience, 6, 2152-2155, 2009.
  130. J. Park and W. Lu, “Self-assembly of Functionally Gradient Nanoparticle Structures,” Applied Physics Letters, 93, Art. No. 243109, 2008.
  131. Q. Wei, J. Lian, W. Lu, and L.M. Wang, “Highly ordered Ga nanodroplets on a GaAs surface formed by a focused ion beam,” Physical Review Letters, 100, Art. No. 076103, 2008. (Selected by Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science & Technology).
  132. D. Salac and W. Lu, “A Local Semi-Implicit Level-Set Method for Interface Motion,” Journal of Scientific Computing, 35, 330-349, 2008.
  133. D. Salac and W. Lu, “Stability and Shape Evolution of Voids and Channels due to Surface Misfit,” International Journal of Solids and Structures, 45, 3793-3806, 2008.
  134. J. Park and W. Lu, “Electric Field Processing of Core-Shell Nanoparticles,” Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience, 5, 659-665, 2008.
  135. H. Guo and W. Lu, “Electromigration and Thermal Stress-induced Surface Diffusion and Morphology Evolution of Micro Solder Joints,” Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience, 5, 1310-1317, 2008.
  136. J. Park and W. Lu, “Orientation of Core-shell Nanoparticles in an Electric Field,” Applied Physics Letters, 91, Art. No. 053113, 2007. (Selected by Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science & Technology, Reported in Nanotech News).
  137. W. Lu and A.M. Sastry, “Self-assembly for Semiconductor Industry,” IEEE Transactions on Semiconductor Manufacturing, 20, 421-431, 2007.
  138. D. Salac and W. Lu, “A Level Set Approach to Model Directed Nanocrack Patterns,” Computational Materials Science, 39, 849–856, 2007.
  139. W. Lu, H. Koerner and R. Vaia, “Effect of Electric Field on Exfoliation of Nanoplates,” Applied Physics Letters, 89, Art. No. 223118, 2006.
  140. W. Lu and D. Salac, “Interactions of Metallic Quantum Dots on a Semiconductor Substrate,” Physical Review B, 74, Art. No. 073304, 2006. (Selected by Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science & Technology).
  141. D. Salac and W. Lu, “Design Nanocrack Patterns in Heterogeneous Films,” Nanotechnology, 17, 5185–5191, 2006.
  142. D. Kim and W. Lu, “Creep flow, diffusion, and electromigration in small scale interconnects,” Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, 54, 2554–2568, 2006.
  143. W. Lu and D. Kim, “Thin-Film Structures Induced by Electrostatic Field and Substrate Kinetic Constraint,” Applied Physics Letters, 88, Art. No. 153116, 2006. (Selected by Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science & Technology).
  144. W. Lu, “Theory and Simulation of Nanoscale Self-assembly on Substrates,” Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience, 3, 342–361, 2006.
  145. D. Kim and W. Lu, “Interface Instability and Nanostructure Patterning,” Computational Materials Science, 38, 418–425, 2006.
  146. D. Salac and W. Lu, “Ordering of Metallic Quantum Dots,” Applied Physics Letters, 89, Art. No. 073105, 2006. (Selected by Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science & Technology).
  147. D. Kim and W. Lu, “Three-dimensional model of electrostatically induced pattern formation in thin polymer films,” Physical Review B, 73, Art. No. 035206, 2006. (Selected by Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science & Technology).
  148. D. Salac and W. Lu, “Controlled Nanocrack Patterns for Nanowires”, Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience, 3, 263–268, 2006.
  149. W. Lu and D. Salac, “Patterning multilayers of molecules via self-organization,” Physical Review Letters, 94, Art. No. 146103, 2005. (Selected by Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science & Technology).
  150. H.C. Yu and W. Lu, “Ordering of Nanovoids in an Anisotropic Solid Driven by Surface Misfit,” Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience, 2, 256–262, 2005.
  151. W. Lu and D. Kim, “Engineering Nanophase Self-assembly with Elastic Field,” Acta Materialia, 53, 3689–3694, 2005.
  152. W. Lu and D. Salac, “Programmable Nanoscale Domain Patterns in Multilayers,” Acta Materialia, 53, 3253–3260, 2005.
  153. H.C. Yu and W. Lu, “Dynamics of the self-assembly of nanovoids and nanobubbles in solids,” Acta Materialia, 53, 1799–1807, 2005.
  154. W. Lu and D. Kim, “Simulation on Nanoscale Self-assembly of Ternary-epilayers,” Computational Materials Science, 32, 20–30, 2005.
  155. W. Lu and D. Kim, “Patterning nanoscale structures by surface chemistry,” Nano Letters, 4, 313–316, 2004. (Reported in Technology Research News and NanoBiotech News).
  156. D. Kim and W. Lu, “Stability of Multi-component Epilayers and Nanopattern Formation,” Journal of Nanoparticle Research, 6, 495–507, 2004.
  157. D. Salac, W. Lu, C.W. Wang, and A.M. Sastry, “Pattern Formation in a Polymer Thin Film Induced by an In-plane Electric Field,” Applied Physics Letters, 85, 1161–1163, 2004. (Selected by Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science & Technology).
  158. D. Kim and W. Lu, “Self-organized nanostructures in multi-phase epilayers,” Nanotechnology, 15, 667–674, 2004.
  159. K.S. Schneider, W. Lu, T.M. Owens, D.R. Fosnacht, M.M. Banaszak Holl, and B.G. Orr, “Monolayer pattern evolution via substrate strain-mediated spinodal decomposition,” Physical Review Letters, 93, Art. No. 166104, 2004.
  160. W. Lu and D. Kim, “Dynamics of Nanoscale Self-Assembly of Ternary Epilayers,” Microelectronic Engineering, 75, 78–84, 2004.
  161. K.S. Schneider, W. Lu, D.R. Fosnacht, B.G. Orr, and M.M. Banaszak Holl, “Dynamic In Situ Characterization of Organic Monolayer Formation via a Novel Substrate-Mediated Mechanism,” Langmuir, 20, 1258–1268, 2004.
  162. Y.F. Gao, W. Lu, and Z. Suo, “A Mesophase Transition in a Binary Monolayer on a Solid Surface,” Acta Materialia, 50, 2297–2308, 2002.
  163. W. Lu and Z. Suo, “Symmetry breaking in self-assembled monolayers on solid surfaces. II. Anisotropic substrate elasticity,” Physical Review B, 65, Art. No. 205418, 2002.
  164. W. Lu and Z. Suo, “Symmetry breaking in self-assembled monolayers on solid surfaces: Anisotropic surface stress,” Physical Review B, 65, Art. No. 085401, 2002.
  165. W. Lu and Z. Suo, “Dynamics of nanoscale pattern formation of an epitaxial monolayer,” Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, 49, 1937–1950, 2001.
  166. W. Lu, D.N. Fang, and K.C. Hwang, “Micromechanics of Ferroelectric Domain Switching Behavior Part II: Constitutive Relations and Hysteresis,” Theoretical and Applied Fracture Mechanics, 37, 39–47, 2001.
  167. W. Lu, D.N. Fang, and K.C. Hwang, “Micromechanics of Ferroelectric Domain Switching Behavior Part I: Coupled Electromechanical Field of Domain Inclusions,” Theoretical and Applied Fracture Mechanics, 37, 29–38, 2001.
  168. D.N. Fang, W. Lu, and K.C. Hwang, “Nonlinear electromechanical analysis: a constitutive theory for perovskite type ferroelectrics,” Current Applied Physics, 1,455–465, 2001.
  169. Z. Suo and W. Lu, “Forces that Drive Self-Assembly on Solid Surfaces,” Journal of Nanoparticle Research, 2, 333–344, 2000.
  170. Z. Suo and W. Lu, “Composition Modulation and Nanophase Separation in a Binary Epilayer,” Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, 48, 211–232, 2000.
  171. W. Lu and Z. Suo, “Coarsening, Refining, and Pattern Emergence in Binary Epilayers,” Zeitschrift fur Metallkunde, 90, 956–960, 1999.
  172. D.N Fang, W. Lu, and K.C. Hwang, “Pseudoelastic Behavior of a CuAlNi Single Crystal under Uniaxial Loading,” Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A – Physical Metallurgy and Materials Science, 30, 1933–1943, 1999.
  173. W. Lu, D.N. Fang, C. Q. Li, and K.C. Hwang, “Nonlinear Electric-Mechanical Behavior and Micromechanics Modeling of Ferroelectric Domain Evolution,” Acta Materialia, 47, 2913–2926, 1999.
  174. D.N. Fang, W. Lu, W.Y. Yan, T. Inoue, and K.C. Hwang, “Stress-Strain Relation of CuAlNi SMA Single Crystal under Biaxial Loading-Constitutive Model and Experiments,” Acta Materialia, 47, 269–280, 1998.
  175. W. Lu, D.N. Fang, and K.C. Hwang, “A Macroscopic-Microscopic Constitutive Model for Ferroelectric Ceramics,” Acta Mechanica Sinica, 30, 540–551, 1998.
  176. D.N. Fang, W. Lu, and K.C. Hwang, “Pseudoelastic Behavior of CuAlNi Single Crystal under Biaxial Loading,” Metals and Materials, 4, 702–706, 1998.
  177. W. Lu, D.N. Fang, and K.C. Hwang, “A Constitutive Theory for Ferroelectric Ceramics,” Key Engineering Materials, 145, 983–988, 1998.
  178. W. Lu, D.N. Fang, and K.C.Hwang, “Numerical Analysis of Ferroelectric/Ferroelastic Domain Switching in Ferroelectric Ceramics,” Computational Materials Science, 8, 291–308, 1997.
  179. W. Lu, D.N. Fang, and K.C. Hwang, “Nonlinear Evolution of Ferroelectric Domains,” Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation, 2, 30–35, 1997.
  180. M.D. Xue, K.C.Hwang, W. Lu, and W. Chen, “Reinforcement Design Method Based on Analysis of Large Openings in Cylindrical Pressure Vessels,” Journal of Pressure Vessel Technology-Transactions of the ASME, 118, 502–506, 1996.