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Majid Minary
Assistant Professor-Mechanical Engineering
Office MailstopECSN 3.212 
Email Address  majid.minary@utdallas.edu    Primary Phone Number 9728834641    Media Contact
Keywords Nanobiomechanics, scanning Probe microscopy, bioinspired and biomimetic nanomaterials, nanomechanics of living cells and biological systems, nanomanufacturing and microfabrication.   
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 DegreeMajorInstitutionYear
 Ph.D.Mechanical EngineeringUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign2010
 M.S.Biomechanical EngineeringUniversity of Virginia2005
 B.S.Mechanical EngineeringSharif University of Technology, Iran2003
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Research Interests
Nanobiomechanics, scanning Probe microscopy, bioinspired and biomimetic nanomaterials, nanomechanics of living cells and biological systems, nanomanufacturing and microfabrication
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2012
M. Minary, "Trolling-Mode Atomic Force Microscopy: High-resolution Imaging of Single Cells", Imaging & Microscopy 14, 2012,52-53
Non-peer reviewed
2012
Horacio Espinosa, Rodrigo Bernal, and Majid Minary, “A Review of Mechanical and Electromechanical Properties of Piezoelectric Nanowires” Advanced Materials (2012).
Peer reviewed
2012
M. Minary, R. A. Bernal, I. Kuljanishvili, V. Parpoil, and Horacio Espinosa, “Individual GaN Nanowires Exhibit Strong Piezoelectricity in 3D”, NANO Letters 12 (2), pp 970-976 (2012). - Featured in: Science Daily, Physorg, Bio-Medicine.org, Materials Today, Semi Conductor today, Energy Harvesting Research, Nanowerk, EurekAlert, Science Newsline, Science CoDex, i-micronews, Labmate online, Nanotechnology Now, Azom, Laser Focus World, brightsurf, Compound Semiconductor, EE times Asia, and LabSpaces.
Peer reviewed
2012
M. Minary, A. Tajik, Ning Wang, and Min-Feng Yu, “Intrinsically high-Q dynamic AFM imaging in liquid with a significantly extended needle tip” Nanotechnology, 23,235704 (2012). - Featured in: NSF.gov, Materials Today, Phys.org, Nanotechnology Now.
Peer reviewed
2012
M. Minary and M.-F. Yu, "Mechanical and Electromechanical Characterization of One-dimensional Piezoelectric Nanomaterials", in Piezoelectric Nanomaterials for Biomedical Applications, Springer 2012
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Awards and Honors
  • Mavis Memorial Fund Scholarship Award- College of Engineering University of Illinois, 2008.
  • Best Student Paper Award Finalist, Society of Engineering Science, 2010.
  • NSF travel Award, Society of Engineering Science, 2010.
  • Listed as teachers, ranked excellent by students, University of Illinois, 2006.

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