Paper accepted for publication in AEM

Ganesh Patil’s work in collaboration with Prof. Sinha’s group from MechSE on “Independently Tunable Thermal Conductance and Phononic Band Gaps of 3D Lattice Materials” was recently accepted for publication in Advanced Engineering Materials!

Paper accepted for publication in APL

Ganesh Patil and Aditya Shedge’s work on “3D auxetic lattice materials for anomalous elastic wave polarization” was recently accepted for publication in Applied Physics Letters!

Formally admitted to the Ph.D. program

Ganesh Patil successfully completed his Ph.D. Qualifying Examination on August 6, 2019, and has been formally admitted to the Mechanical Science and Engineering Ph.D. program!

Excellent TA Rated by Students

Ganesh is rated as an excellent TA by students for Spring 2019 semester for TAM 212.

Edgar Presented at ISRS 2019

Edgar Becerra, summer undergrad researcher, mentored by Ganesh at WPML Lab presented his research work on non-reciprocal wave propagation in metastructures at Illinois Summer Research Symposium (ISRS) 2019.

Mentoring NSF EFRI – REU

Undergraduates (Edgar Becerra and Mark Guo) from Parkland College joined WPML group under NSF EFRI-REU outreach program. They will work with Ganesh on ongoing projects to get hands-on experience in research activities. Under the NSF EFRI-REU program at UofI, undergraduates are working with Prof. Vakakis, Prof. Sameh Tawfick, Prof. Aimy Wissa and Prof. Katie Matlack’s read more »

ASA, Louisville, Kentucky 2019

Ganesh presented his work on wave propagation through auxetics at the Acoustical Society of America (ASA) Conference, Louisville, Kentucky 2019 in “Smart Materials and structures” session.

Congratulations on graduation!

Ganesh completed his Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering degree. He will continue for Ph.D. at UofI with Prof. Matlack’s group.

Aditya Presented at URS-2019

Aditya Shedge, an undergraduate researcher working with Ganesh,¬† presented his research work on “Evaluating Geometric Dependence of Lattice Effective Properties through Wave Propagation” at the Undergraduate Research Symposium (URS) at the University of Ilinois.

Paper Accepted in JASA

Ganesh’s Paper on “Effective property evaluation and analysis of three-dimensional periodic lattices and composites through Bloch-wave homogenization‚ÄĚ has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Acoustical Society of America (JASA).