Multiscale Computational Physics Lab

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Welcome to Multiscale Computational Physics Lab

Books

  • J. D. Lee and James Chen, Sensitivity of Interatomic Potentials in Multiscale Modeling of Fracture in Multiscaling of Synthetic and Natural systems with Self-adaptive Capability, National Taiwan Univresity of Science and Technology Press, 41-44, 2010
  • James Chen and James D. Lee, Dynamic Characteristics of Nano/Micro Biosensors in Multiscaling of Synthetic and Natural systems with Self-adaptive Capability, National Taiwan Univresity of Science and Technology Press, 77-80, 2010
  • J. D. Lee, X. Wang and James Chen, An Overview of Micromorphic Theory in Multiscaling of Synthetic and Natural systems with Self-Adaptive Capability, National Taiwan Univresity of Science and Technology Press, 81-84, 2010
  • Journal Articles

  • James Chen, J. D. Lee and C. Liang, Extention of Nonlinear Onsager Theory of Irreversibility, under review
  • James Chen, C. Liang and J. D. Lee, Micropolar Electromagnetic Fluids: Control of Vortex Shedding Using Imposed Transverse Magnetic Field, Journal of Advanced Mathematics and Applications, Accepted for publication
  • James Chen, Micropolar Theory of Flexoelectricity, Journal of Advanced Mathematics and Applications, accepted for publication
  • James Chen, C. Liang and J. D. Lee, Numerical Simulation for Unsteady Compressible Micropolar Fluid Flow, Computers and Fluids, accepted for publication after minor revision
  • James Chen and J. D. Lee, Multiscale Modeling of Fracture: Buckinaham Catastrophe and Remedy, International Journal of Terraspace Space and Engineering, 3, 177-183, 2011
  • James Chen, J. D. Lee and C. Liang, Constitutive Equations of Micropolar Electromagnetic Fluids, Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluids, 166, 867-874, 2011
  • James Chen, C. Liang and J. D. Lee,Theory and Simulation of Micropolar Fluid Dynamics, Journal of nanoengineering and nanosystems, 224, 31-40, 2011
  • James Chen and J. D. Lee, The Buckingham Catastrophe in Multiscale Modeling of Fracture, International Journal of Theoretical and Applied Multiscale Mechanics, 2, 3-11, 2011 (Invited Paper)
  • James Chen, Atomistic Field Theory of Nano Energy Harvesting, Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience, 8, 722-728, 2011
  • James Chen and J. D. Lee, Atomistic Analysis of Micro/Nano Bio-sensors,Interaction and Multiscale Mechanics, 3, 111-121, 2010
  • James Chen and J. D. Lee, Atomistic Formulation of Nano-piezoelectrics of Barium Titanate, Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Letters, 2, 26-29, 2010
  • James Chen, X. Wang, H. Wang and J. D. Lee, Multiscale Modeling of Dynamic Crack Propagation, Engineering Fracture Mechanics, 77, 736-743, 2010
  • James Chen and J. D. Lee, Multiscale Modeling of Fracture of MgO: Sensitivity of Different Interatomic Potentials, Throretical and Applied Fracture Mechanics, 55, 74-79, 2010
  • U. Lei, C.-W. Huang, James Chen, C.-Y. Yang, Y.-J. Lo, A. Wo, C.-F. Chen, and T.-B. Fung, A traveling wave dielectrophoretic pump for blood delivery, Lab on a Chip, 9, 1349-1356, 2009 (Advanced Article)
  • Conference Presentations (Selected)

  • James Chen, “Nano Energy Harvesting and Nano-piezoelectricity”, International Energy and Sustainability Conference 2012, NY, 2012
  • James Chen and James D. Lee, “Fundamental Theory and Simulation of Nano Energy Harvesting”, ASME 2011 International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Expositio, Denver, CO, 2011 (Accepted)
  • J. D. Lee, X. Wang, James Chen and J. Li, “Simulation of Thermal-Mechanical-Electromagnetic Coupling Phenomena by Non-equilibrium Molecular Dynamics”, ASME 2011 International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Expositio, Denver, CO, 2011
  • James Chen, and J. D. Lee, “Multiscale Modeling of Fracture of Magnesia with Different Interatomic Potentials”, 16th US National Congress of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, PA, June 2010
  • J. D. Lee and James Chen, “Sensitivity of Interatomic Potentials in Multiscale Modeling of Fracture”, 12th International Congress on Micromechanics (MESOMECHANICS 2010), Taipei, June 2010 (Invited Keynote Lecture)
  • James Chen and J. D. Lee, “Dynamic Characteristics of Nano/Micro Biosensors”, 12th International Congress on Mesomechanics (MESOMECHANICS 2010), Taipei June 2010
  • J. D. Lee, X. Wang and James Chen, “Introduction to Micromorphic theory”, 12th International Congress on Mesomechanics (MESOMECHANICS 2010), Taipei June 2010
  • James Chen and J. D. Lee, "Fundamental Theory of Nanogenerator", APS APril Meeting, Washington DC, 2010
  • James Chen and J. D. Lee, "Dynamic Analysis of Biosensors", APS March Meeting, Portland, OR, 2010 (Accepted)
  • James Chen, X. Wang, H. Wang, and J. D. Lee, “A multiscale modeling of fracture mechanics”, US Congress of Computational Mechanics, Coloumbus, Ohio 2009
  • James Chen, X. Wang, H. Wang, and J. D. Lee, “A multiscale modeling of dynamic crack propagation”, ASCE-ASME-SES joint Conference,Blacksburg, VA 2009
  • U. Lei, M.-C. Chen, C.-Y. Yang, Y.-J. Lo, A. Wo, "A traveling wave dielectrophoretic pump for two-phase suspension fluid.", The first ASME Micro/Nanoscale Heat Transfer International Conference, 2007. (Accepted)
  • James Chen, C.-F. Chen, C.-W. Huang, and T.-W. Hsu, “Neural Signal Driven Arm”, 2006, NSC Technical Report (Advised by Prof. Horn-Sen Tzou, U. of Kentucky)
  • James Chen and K.-S. Liao, “The next generation of strain gage and mechanical properties of cell”, Summer Internship program final report at National Instruments