Jackie Jie Li
Grove School of EngineeringDepartment
Steinman Hall ST - 227
p: (212) 650-5207
f: (212) 650-8013
Dr. Jackie Li is interested in nano/micro-mechanics of materials. Since coming to The City College of New York, she has conducted analytical and experimental investigations on nonlinear electromechanical coupling behavior of ferroelectrics and their composites by considering the microstructure of their systems. She has also developed a molecular mechanics based approach to study the elastic properties of carbon nanotubes.
Dr. Li is a recipient of NSF CAREER award and a member of Frontier of Engineering, National Academy of Engineering. Her current research interests include nano-micromechanics; electro-mechanical coupling behaviors of piezo/ferroelectrics and their composites; mechanical and electrical properties of CNT and CNT composites; nanocomposites; nanoferroelectrics; self-sensing and self-health monitoring technology of structural materials and composites; energy harvesting using piezoelectrics based material systems.
- Ph.D Mechanical and Aerospace of Engineering, Rutgers University, 1995
- M.E. Applied Mechanics, Beijing Institute of Technology, China, 1989
- B.S. Mechanics, Peking University, China, 1986
- ME 461 – Materials Science
- ME 247 – Dynamics
- ME 330 – Mechanics of Materials
- ME G4200 – Continuum Mechanics
- ME G4400 – Nano/Micromechanics
- ME G4700 – Physical Properties of Materials
Micro/nano-mechanics Ferroelectric ceramics and composites, shape memory alloys, smart materials and structures Nnano-grained materials, nanotubes, nanotechnology Self-sensing and self-health monitoring technology of structural materials and composites
- J. Li and G.J. Weng, Strain-Rate Sensitivity, Relaxation Behavior and Complex Moduli of a Class of Isotropic Viscoelastic Composites, ASME Journal of Engineering Materials and Technology Vol. 116, No.4, 495-504 (1994).
- J. Li and G.J. Weng, Anisotropic Stress-strain Relations and Complex Moduli of a Viscoelastic Composite with Aligned Inclusions, Composites Engineering Vol. 4, No.11, 1073-1097 (1994).
- J. Li and G.J. Weng, Effective Creep Behavior and Complex Moduli of Fiber and Ribbon Reinforced Polymer-Matrix Composites, Composites Science and Technology Vol. 52, 615-629 (1994).
- J. Li and G.J. Weng, A Unified Micromechanical Theory for the High-Temperature Creep of Particle-Reinforced Metal-Matrix Composites, Key Engineering Materials Vol. 104-107, 749-756 (1995).
- J. Li and G.J. Weng, Void Growth and Stress-Strain Relations of a Class of Viscoelastic Porous Materials, Mechanics of Materials Vol. 22, 179-188 (1996).
- J. Li and G.J. Weng, Orthotropic Creep and Complex Moduli of a Viscoelastic Composite Reinforced with Aligned Elliptic Fibers, Journal of Composite Materials Vol. 30, 1042-1066 (1996).
- J. Li and G.J. Weng, Effect of a Viscoelastic Interphase on the Creep and Stress-Strain Behavior of Fiber-Reinforced Polymer Matrix Composites, Composites Part B Vol.27, 589-598 (1996).
- J. Li and G.J. Weng, Stress-Strain Relations of a Viscoelastic Composite Reinforced with Elliptic Cylinders, Journal of Thermoplastic Composite Materials Vol.10, 19-30 (1997).
- J. Li and G.J. Weng, A Secant-Viscosity Approach to the Elastic-Viscoplastic Behavior of Particle-Reinforced Solids, J. Mech. Phys. Solids Vol. 45, 1069-1083 (1997).
- J. Li and G.J. Weng, Influence of Inclusion Microgeometry on Some Thermomechanical Properties of Isotropic Polymer-Matrix Composites, ASME Journal of Engineering Materials and Technology Vol. 119, No.3, 242-250 (1997).
- J. Li and T.-W. Chou, Elastic Field of a Thin-Film/Substrate System under an Axisymmetric Loading, International Journal of Solids and Structures Vol. 34, Nos. 35-36, 4463-4478 (1997).
- J. Li and G.J. Weng, A Homogenization Theory for the Overall Creep of Isotropic Viscoplastic Composites, Acta Mechanica Vol. 125, 141-153 (1997).
- J. Li and G.J. Weng, A Unified Approach from Elasticity to Viscoelasticity to Viscoplasticity of Particle-Reinforced Solids, International Journal of Plasticity Vol. 14, 193-208 (1998).
- J. Li and G.J. Weng, Time-Dependent Creep of a Dual-Phase Viscoplastic Material with Lamellar structure, International Journal of Plasticity Vol.14, No.8, 755-770, (1998).
- J. Li, E.T. Thostenson, T.-W. Chou and L. Riester, An Investigation of Thin-Film Coating/Substrate Systems by Nanoindentation, ASME-Journal of Engineering Materials and Technology Vol.120, No.2, 154-162, (1998).
- J. Li and G.J. Weng, Creep of a Composite with Dual Viscoplastic Phases, Composites Science and Technology Vol.58, 1803-1810, (1998).
- J. Li and G.J. Weng, A Theory of Domain Switch for the Nonlinear Behavior of Ferroelectrics, The Royal Society, Proceedings A Vol.455, 3493-3511 (1999).
- J. Li and G.J. Weng, A Micromechanics-Based Hysteresis Model for Ferroelectric Ceramics, Journal of Intelligent Material Systems and Structures Vol. 12, 79-91 (2001).
- L. Shen and J. Li, Effect of a Minimal Spacing between Inhomogeneities on Effective Moduli of Isotropic Plates with Circular Inhomogeneities, International Journal of Fracture Vol.117, L35-40 (2002).
- L. Shen and J. Li, Effective Elastic Moduli of Composites Reinforced by Particle or Fiber with an Inhomogeneous Interphase, International Journal of Solids and Structures Vol. 40, 1393-1409 (2003).
- J. Li, Orientation-dependent piezoelectric Eshelby S-tensor for a lamellar structure in a transversely isotropic medium, Acta Mechanica Vol. 162, 69-81 (2003).
- L. Shen and J. Li, Number of Inhomogeneities at Which Effective Moduli of the Heterogeneous Material Stabilize, International Journal of Fracture Vol. 119, L67-70 (2003).
- J. Li, Electro-mechanical Coupling Behavior of Ferroelectric Ceramics under Multi-axial Electric Switching, Journal of Applied Physics Vol. 94, No.5, 3326-3332 (2003).
- L. Shen and J. Li, Transversely Isotropic Elastic Properties of a Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube, Physics Review B Vol.69, 045414 (2004), and Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science & Technology, Feb. 9, vol. 9, issue 5 (2004).
- L. Shen and J. Li, A Numerical Simulation for Effective Moduli of Plates with Various Distributions and Sizes of Cracks, International Journal of Solids and Structures Vol. 41/26 pp 7471-7492 (2004).
- L. Shen and J. Li, Transversely Isotropic Elastic Properties of a Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotube, Physics Review B, Vol. 71, 035412 (2005), and Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science & Technology, January 31, vol. 11, issue 4 (2005).
- L. Shen and J. Li, Homogenization of a fiber/sphere with an inhomogeneous interphase for the effective elastic moduli of composites, The Royal Society, Proceedings A Vol. 461, 1475-1504 (2005).
- L. Shen and J. Li, Equilibrium Structure and Strain Energy of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes, Physics Review B, vol.71, 165427 (2005), and Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science & Technology, May 2, vol.11, issue 17 (2005).
- L. Shen, J. Li, B. Liaw, F. Delale and J. H. Chung: Modeling and Analysis of the Electrical Resistance Measurement of Carbon Fiber Polymer-Matrix Composites, Composites Science and Technology, vol. 67, 2513-2520 (2007).
- J. Li and G.J. Weng, A Secant-Viscosity Composite Model for the Strain-Rate Sensitivity of Nanocrystalline Materials, International Journal of Plasticity vol.23, 2115-2133 (2007).
- E. Sevkat, J. Li, B. Liaw, and F. Delale, A statistical model of electrical resistance of carbon-fiber reinforced composites under tensile loading, Composites Science and Technology, vol.68/10-11, 2214-2219 (2008).
- P. Zhao and J. Li, Orientation dependence on electro-mechanical coupling Behavior of ferroelectrics under compression, Journal of Applied Physics, v 103, n 10, p 104104 (2008).
- Y. Cao and J. Li, A Micromechanics-Based Model for Temperature Effect on Piezoelectric and Dielectric Constants of Ferroelectric Crystals, Journal of Applied Physics, v105, 064101 (2009).
- P. Zhao and J. Li, Orientation Dependence on Electro-Mechanical Coupling Behavior of 1-3 Piezoelectric Composites under Compression, Smart Material and Structures, v18, 104011 (2009).
- Y. Ngabonziza, H. Ergun, R. Kuznetsova, B. Liaw, J. Li, F. Delale and J.H. Chung, An Experimental Study of Self-Diagnosis of Interlaminar Damage in Carbon-Fiber Composites, Journal of Intelligent Material Systems and Structures, v21, 233-242 (2010).