Jiangyu Li - Professor
- Phone: 206-543-6226
- Fax: 206-685-8047
- Website: http://depts.washington.edu/mfml
Degree and Interest
- University of Colorado (PhD 1998)
- Mechanics, Materials and Manufacturing
- ME 354: Mechanics of Materials Lab
- ME 356: Machine Design Analysis
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.
- 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.