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Jonathan Berger
Jonathan Berger
Materials University of California Santa Barbara
Verified email at umail.ucsb.edu
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Mechanical metamaterials at the theoretical limit of isotropic elastic stiffness
JB Berger, HNG Wadley, RM McMeeking
Nature 543 (7646), 533-537, 2017
6402017
Plate-nanolattices at the theoretical limit of stiffness and strength
C Crook, J Bauer, A Guell Izard, C Santos de Oliveira, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 1579, 2020
1642020
The design of bonded bimaterial lattices that combine low thermal expansion with high stiffness
J Berger, C Mercer, RM McMeeking, AG Evans
Journal of the American Ceramic Society 94, s42-s54, 2011
592011
Music, science, and the rhythmic brain: cultural and clinical implications
J Berger, G Turow
Routledge, 2012
572012
The stiffness and strength of metamaterials based on the inverse opal architecture
JJ do Rosário, JB Berger, ET Lilleodden, RM McMeeking, GA Schneider
Extreme Mechanics Letters 12, 86-96, 2017
522017
3-D honeycomb foam structure
J Berger
US Patent 10,696,009, 2020
362020
Diagnostic ultrasound detection of changes in femoral muscle mass recovery after tibial plateau levelling osteotomy in dogs
I Frank, F Duerr, B Zanghi, R Middleton, L Lang
Veterinary and Comparative Orthopaedics and Traumatology 32 (05), 394-400, 2019
72019
Berger et al. reply
JB Berger, HNG Wadley, RM McMeeking
Nature 564 (7734), E2-E4, 2018
22018
Mechanical characterization of a bonded tailorable coefficient of thermal expansion lattice with near optimal performance
JB Berger, RM McMeeking
Journal of Materials Research 33 (20), 3383-3397, 2018
12018
Stiff competition reply
JB Berger, HNG Wadley, RM McMeeking
Nature 564 (7734), E2-E4, 2018
12018
The Design and Modeling of Periodic Materials with Novel Properties
JB Berger
UC Santa Barbara, 2014
12014
3-D honeycomb foam structure
J Berger
US Patent 11,192,322, 2021
2021
Modeling of ordered foam topologies with maximal stiffness
J Berger
2014
Conclusion: Jonathan Berger
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Music, Science, and the Rhythmic Brain, 211-212, 2012
2012
Optimized internal geometries for lightweighting and multifunctionality in additive manufacturing–an ideal processing target
JB Berger
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