Wen Jin Meng
Gerald Cire & Lena Grand Williams Professor of Mechanical Engineering
2502B Patrick F. Taylor Hall
Mechanical & Industrial Engineering Department
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, LA 70803, U.S.A
Phone: +1-225-578-5832 / Fax: +1-225-578-5924
- Ph.D., Applied Physics, California Institute of Technology, 1988
- B. S., Physics, California Institute of Technology, 1982
- Nanostructured thin films and coatings
- Plasma-assisted vapor deposition
- Micro/nano fabrication
P. J. Hymel, D. S. Guan, Y. Mu, W. J. Meng, A. C. Meng, “Internal passivation of Al-based microchannel devices by electrochemical anodization”, J. Micromech. Microeng. 25, 027003/1-10 (2015).
Y. Mu, J. W. Hutchinson, W. J. Meng, “Micro-pillar measurements of plasticity in confined Cu thin films”, Extreme Mechanics Letters 1, 62-69 (2014).
Y. Mu, K. Chen, W. J. Meng, “Thickness dependence of flow stress of Cu thin films in confined shear plastic flow”, MRS Comm. 4, 129-133 (2014).
K. Chen, W. J. Meng, J. A. Eastman, “Interface development in Cu-based structures transient liquid phase bonded with thin Al foil intermediate layers”, Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A45(9), 3892-3906 (2014).
K. Chen, Y. Mu, W. J. Meng, “A new experimental approach for evaluating the mechanical integrity of interfaces between hard coatings and substrates”, MRS Comm. 4, 19-23 (2014).
B. Lu, W. J. Meng, “Roll molding of microchannel arrays on Al and Cu sheet metals: a method for high-throughput manufacturing”, ASME J. Micro Nano Manufacturing 2(1), 011007/1-9 (2014).
Y. Mu, K. Chen, B. Lu, W. J. Meng, G. L. Doll, “Manufacturing of metal-based microparts: fabrication strategies and surface engineering applications”, Surf. Coat. Technol. 237, 390-401 (2013).