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Jiangyu Li

Jiangyu Li - Professor

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Degree and Interest

  • University of Colorado (PhD 1998)
  • Mechanics, Materials and Manufacturing

Courses

  • ME 354: Mechanics of Materials Lab
  • ME 356: Machine Design Analysis

Biography

Prof. Li joined University of Washington in 2006. Previously, he was an Assistant Professor at University of Nebraska-Lincoln from 2001 to 2005, a Postdoctoral Scholar at California Institute of Technology from 1999 to 2001, and a Postgraduate Researcher at University of California-San Diego from 1998 to 1999. He graduated with a Bachelor degree in Materials Science and Engineering in 1994 from Tsinghua University. Prof. Li's general research area is physical behaviors of materials. He is particularly interested in structure-property relationship of multifunctional materials. His current research is focused on electro-active polymers, ferroelectrics, ferromagnetism, and multiferroic materials. Funding support for Prof. Li's research comes from National Science Foundation, American Chemical Society Petroleum Research Fund and Nebraska Research Initiative, among others.

Representative Publications

  • Li, J.Y. and Dunn, M.L., 1998, "Anisotropic Coupled-Field Inclusion and Inhomogeneity Problems," Philosophical Magazine A 77, 1341-1350.
  • Nemat-Nasser, S. and Li, J.Y., 2000, "Electromechanical Response of Ionic Polymer Metal Composite," Journal of Applied Physics 87, 3321-3331.
  • Li, J. Y., 2003, "Exchange Coupling in P(VDF-TrFE) Copolymer Based All-Organic Composites with Giant Electrostriction," Physical Review Letters 90, articles number 217601.
  • Li, J.Y. and Liu, D., 2004, "On Ferroelectric Crystals with Engineered Domain Configurations," Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 52, 1719-1742.
  • Li, J. Y., Rogan, R. C., Ustundag, E., and Bhattacharya, K., 2005, "Domain Switching in Polycrystalline Ferroelectric Ceramics," Nature Materials 4, 776-781.
  • Li, J.Y., Luo, Y., Bai, M.J., Ducharme, S., 2005, "Nanomesa and Nanowell Formation in Langmuir-Boldgett Polyvinylidene Fluoride Trifluoroethelyne Copolymer Films," Applied Physics Letters 87, article number 213116.
  • Qu, H.L. and Li, J.Y., 2005, "An Effective Medium Theory on Magnetization Reversal in Magnetically Interacting Particles," IEEE Transaction on Magnetics 41, 1093-1099.