Rodrigo Bernal

Assistant Professor - Mechanical Engineering
972-883-4709
ECSW 4.355E
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Professional Preparation

Ph.D. - Mechanical Engineering
Northwestern University - 2014
B. Sc. - Electronics Engineering
Universidad de los Andes - 2007
B.Sc. - Mechanical Engineering
Universidad de los Andes - 2007

Research Areas

Mechanical properties of nanomaterials
Multiphysics phenomena at the nanoscale
MEMS and NEMS
Electron Microscopy

Publications

Sliding History-Dependent Adhesion of Nanoscale Silicon Contacts Revealed by in Situ Transmission Electron Microscopy 2019 - Journal Article
Visualization of nanoscale wear mechanisms in ultrananocrystalline diamond by in-situ TEM tribometry 2019 - Journal Article
Influence of chemical bonding on the variability of diamond-like carbon nanoscale adhesion 2018 - Journal Article
Localized Pulsed Electrodeposition Process for Three-Dimensional Printing of Nanotwinned Metallic Nanostructures 2018 - Journal Article
Microscale 3D Printing of Nanotwinned Copper 2018 - Journal Article
High Strain Rate Tensile Testing of Silver Nanowires: Rate-Dependent Brittle-to-Ductile Transition 2016 - Journal Article
Double-tilt in situ TEM holder with multiple electrical contacts and its application in MEMS-based mechanical testing of nanomaterials 2015 - Journal Article
Intrinsic bauschinger effect and recoverable plasticity in pentatwinned silver nanowires tested in tension 2015 - Journal Article
Multiphysics design and implementation of a microsystem for displacement-controlled tensile testing of nanomaterials 2015 - Journal Article
Pushing the envelope of in situ transmission electron microscopy 2015 - Journal Article