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Frank Fisher

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PROFESSIONAL ROLES

  • Higher Ed: Engineering 

BIO

Dr. Frank Fisher is an Associate Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Stevens Institute of Technology (Hoboken, NJ) and is co-Director of the Stevens Nanotechnology Graduate Program. Dr. Fisher earned BS degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mathematics from the University of Pittsburgh in 1995, and Masters degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Learning Sciences (School of Education and Social Policy) from Northwestern University. 

EXPERTISE

His technical research interests include characterization of nanoreinforced polymer systems, multiscale modeling of nanocomposites and materials, NEMS/MEMS sensors and devices, and vibration energy harvesting/scavenging. He is also interested in the application of learning science to practical applications of engineering education at K-16 level. 

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

# V.R. Challa, M.G. Prasad, and F.T. Fisher. (2011). "Towards an autonomous self-tuning vibration energy harvesting device for wireless sensor network applications", Smart Materials and Structures, 20 025004.

# S.H. Modi, S. Bartolucci, H. Gevgilili, K. Dikovics, G. Mago, F.T. Fisher, and D.M. Kalyon. (2010). "Nanocomposites of poly(ether ether ketone) with carbon nanofibers: Effects of dispersion and thermo-oxidative degradation on development of linear viscoelasticity and crystallinity", Polymer, 51 5236-5244.

# K. Kumar, O. Sul, S. Strauf, D.S. Choi, F.T. Fisher, M.G. Prasad, and E.H. Yang. (2011). "A study on carbon nanotube local oxidation lithography using an atomic force microscope", IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology.


# V. Challa, M.G. Prasad, and F.T. Fisher. (2009). "Coupled piezoelectric-electromagnetic energy harvesting technique for increased power output through damping matching", Smart Materials and Structures, 18 095029.


# G. Mago, D.M. Kalyon, and F.T. Fisher. (2009). "Polymer crystallization and precipitation-induced wrapping of carbon nanofibers with PBT ", Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 114 1312-1319.


# G. Mago, F.T. Fisher, and D.M. Kalyon. (2009). "Effect of shearing on crystallization behavior and morphology of PVDF nanocomposites", Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, 9 3330-3340.