Rodrigo Bernal

Rodrigo Bernal

Assistant Professor - Mechanical Engineering
972-883-4709
ECSW 4.355E
Nanomechanical Multiphysics Lab
ORCID
Tags: Mechanical Engineering

Professional Preparation

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

Research Areas

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

Publications

On the application of Weibull statistics for describing strength of micro and nanostructures 2021 - Journal Article
Visualization of nanoscale wear mechanisms in ultrananocrystalline diamond by in-situ TEM tribometry 2019 - Journal Article
Sliding History-Dependent Adhesion of Nanoscale Silicon Contacts Revealed by in Situ Transmission Electron Microscopy 2019 - 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
Influence of chemical bonding on the variability of diamond-like carbon nanoscale adhesion 2018 - Journal Article
High Strain Rate Tensile Testing of Silver Nanowires: Rate-Dependent Brittle-to-Ductile Transition 2016 - Journal Article
Multiphysics design and implementation of a microsystem for displacement-controlled tensile testing of nanomaterials 2015 - 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
Pushing the envelope of in situ transmission electron microscopy 2015 - Journal Article