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Engineering Mechanics (EM)

Dr. DAI Ling

Dr. DAI Ling


Research Interests:

  • Nanomaterial
  • mechanics
  • molecular simulation

Qualifications:

  • Ph. D. , National University of Singapore, 
  • M. Eng., National University of Singapore, 
  • B.S., Shanghai Jiaotong University, China,

Published Journals/ Articles:

Journals

    • Ling Dai, M. Minn, N. Satyanarayana, Sujeet K. Sinha, V.B.C. Tan, “Identifying the Mechanisms of Polymer Friction through Molecular Dynamics Simulation”, Langmuir, 27 (2011) 14861.
    • Y.W. Zhu*, Y.S. Zhang; L. Dai, F.C. Cheong, V.B.C. Tan, C.T. Lim, C.H. Sow*, “Hotplate Synthesis and Mechanical Characterization of Vanadium Oxide Nanobelts”, Acta Materialia, 58 (2010) 415.
    • Ling Dai*, C.H. Sow, C.T. Lim, W.C.D. Cheong, V.B.C. Tan*, “Molecular Dynamics Simulation of ZnO Nanowires Size Effects, Defects and Super Ductility”, Langmuir, 26 (2010) 1165.
    • Ling Dai*, C.H. Sow, C.T. Lim, W.C.D. Cheong, V.B.C. Tan*, “Numerical Investigations into the Tensile Behavior of TiO2 Nanowires: Structural Deformation, Mechanical Properties, and Size Effects”, NANO LETTERS, 9 (2009) 576.
    • Ling Dai*, V.B.C. Tan, C.H. Sow, C.T. Lim*, “Atomistic Simulations of Inorganic Nanowires”, JOURNAL OF NANOSCIENCE AND NANOTECHNOLOGY, 9 (2009) 2795.
    • Varghese Binni*, Yousheng ,Zhang. Ling Dai, V.B.C. Tan, C.T. Lim, C.H. Sow*, “Structure-Mechanical Property of Individual Cobalt Oxide Nanowires”, NANO LETTERS, 8 (2008) 3226.
    • Ling Dai*, V.B.C Tan*, S.W. Yang, X T Chen and P Wu, “Ab initio simulations of low-k and ultra low-k dielectric interconnects”, Nanoscience and Technology, Pts 1 and 2, SOLID STATE PHENOMENA, 121-122 (2007) 1061.    
    • F.C. Cheong, Ling Dai, V.B.C. Tan, C.T. Lim, C.H. Sow*, “WO3-x Nanorods Synthesized on a Thermal Hot Plate”, J. Phys. Chem. C, 111 (2007) 17193.
    • Tan EPS*, Y.S. Zhang, Y.W. Zhu, Ling Dai, C.H. Sow, V.B.C. Tan, C.T. Lim*, Crystallinity and surface effects on Young"s modulus of CuO nanowires, Applied Physics Letters, 90 (2007) 163112.
    • Ling Dai*, V.B.C Tan*, S W Yang, X T Chen and P Wu, "Understanding nitrogen-induced effects on the performance of ultra low-k dielectric systems through ab initio simulations". Surface Science, 601 (2007) 3366.
    • Ling Dai*, Shuo-Wang Yang, Xian-tong Chen, Ping Wu, V.B.C. Tan*, “Large-scale ab initio molecular-dynamics simulations of hydrogen-induced degradation of Ta diffusion barriers in ultralow-k dielectric systems”, Applied Physics Letters, 90 (2007) 032906.
    • Ling Dai* and Shuo-Wang Yang, Xian-tong Chen, Ping Wu, V.B.C. Tan*, “Investigation of Ta film growth mechanisms and atomic structures on polymer and SiC amorphous substrates”, Applied Physics Letters, 88 (2006) 112902.
    • Ling Dai*, Shuo-Wang Yang, Xian-tong Chen, Ping Wu, V.B.C. Tan*, “Investigation of metal diffusion into polymers by ab initio molecular dynamics”, Applied Physics Letters, 87 (2005) 032108.

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