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					Ashraf Bastawros Assistant Professor Department of Aerospace Eng. and Eng. Mechanics Education Ph.D. M.S. M.S. B.S. Engineering Applied Mathematics Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Brown University, Providence, RI Brown University, Providence, RI Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt 1997 1995 1991 1988

Academic Experience Assistant Professor, Aero. Eng. & Eng. Mech., Iowa State University, 8/99 -present Assistant Professor, courtesy Mechanical Engineering, Iowa State University 10/02-present Postdoctoral Fellow, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA 9/96 -7/99 Research Assistant, Brown University, Providence, RI 9/92 -5/96 Instructor, Cairo, Egypt 10/88-5/91

Industrial and Other Non-Academic Experience Visiting Engineer, The Rexroth Corporation, Bethlehem, PA Practical Training, Helsinki Energy Board, Helsinki, Finland Consulting Nuvera Fuel Cells, Cambridge, MA Rockwell Science Center, Thousand Oaks, CA SatCon Technology Corporation Cambridge, MA Phelps Dodge Copper Products Company, Norwich, CT OCG Microelectronic Materials, Inc. Providence, RI. Honors and Awards ASME, Electronic and Photonic Packaging Division Recognition 2003 NSF CAREER award 2002 Outstanding faculty member at Iowa State University, VESHEA 2000 American Society of Mechanical Engineers, JEP, Outstanding Paper Award 1999 Brown University chapter of Sigma Xi award for outstanding research work 1996 Distinction Award, Cairo University 1984-1988 2/00–6/00 1/98-7/99 1/98-6/98 9/94-10/94 6/95-9/95 7/90 – 12/90 6/87 – 10/87

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RESEARCH ACTIVITIES Current Research Areas       Mechanics of cellular materials Size effects in the deformation of dense materials Mechanics of chemical mechanical polishing Mechanics of grinding, surface machining and abrasive wire cutting Mechanics of coatings for orthopedic and dental implants Surface instabilities driven by stresses and chemical attacks

Recent Research Highlights  The unique research path that Dr. Bastawros is embracing for carefully crafted experiments to show the material behavior at the proper length scale has gained him a national recognition among researchers who are interested in bridging the gap between the discrete and continuum description of materials.  The combined experimental-numerical efforts of Dr. Bastawros in collaboration with Dr. Chandra, has gained significant industrial interest of the mechanics of surface machining and the understanding of materials’ detachment mechanisms during the chemical mechanical polishing process (CMP). Dr. Bastawros has brought to the forefront the role of the utilized porous pad, its surface morphology and mechanical properties on the material removal rate in CMP Books, Chapters and Special Editions of Journals (editor) P1. Evans, A.G., Sobayajo, W. and Bastawros, A. (Guest Editors), 2004, Mechanics of Materials (Special issue on: Mechanics of Cellular Materials). (In press) P2. Antoniou, A.M. and. Bastawros, A.-F, 2003 Experimental Investigation of Notch Strengthening in Metallic Foams in Compression. In Cellular Metals and Metal Foaming Technology, J. Banhart, N.A. Fleck, eds., MIT- Verlag, pp. 425-430. P3. Bastawros, A.-F. and Evans, A. G., 1999. Deformation Heterogeneity in Cellular Al Alloys Revealed by Surface Deformation Analysis. In Metal Foams and Porous Metal Structures, J. Banhart, M. Ashby, N. Fleck eds., Verlag MIT, pp. 221-226. Refereed Journal Articles In preparation for submission till summer 2004 P1. Analysis of Hardness Characteristics Near a Crack Tip Using nanoindentation (Physical Review Letters) [April-04] P2. Yang C. and Bastawros A., “Estimate of the interfacial diffusion width using nanoindention ( J. Material Research) [April-04]

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P3. Bastawros, A. and Kim, K.S., “Experimental Analysis of Near-Crack-Tip Plastic Flow and Deformation Characteristics (II): Hardened Copper Crystal,” (J. Mech. Phys. Solids.) [April-04] P4. Antoniou, A., Biner, B. and Bastawros, A., “Experimental Analysis of Deformation Mechanisms in Metallic Glasses,” (Mat. Sc. and Eng. A) [May-04] P5. Antoniou, A., Guo, A., and Bastawros, A. Analysis of Compressive Notch Sensitivity Metallic Foams. (J. Mech. Phys. Solids) [May-04] P6. Guo, Y., Bastawros, A. and Chandra, A., “Macroscopic Shear Response of Porous Materials” (Acta Met) [May-04] P7. Gouda, S. D., Bastawros, A.-F, and Chandra, A. “A Quantitative Analysis of Multi-Scale Responses of CMP Pad: Dynamic Characterization of Dry Pad,” (JMR) [June-04]. P8. Gouda, S. D., Bastawros, A.-F, and Chandra, A. “Response of Thin Porous Layer under Compressive Loading,” (Acta Met) [July, 04] Submitted S1. Gouda, S. D., Bastawros, A.-F, and Chandra, A., 2004, A Quantitative Analysis of MultiScale Responses of CMP Pad: Quasi-Static Characterization of Dry Pad. (JMR) Published J1. Che, W., Guo, Y., Chandra, A. and Bastawros, A.-F., 2003, A Scratch Intersection Model of Material Removal During Chemical Mechanical Planarization. ASME-J. Mfg. Sc. Eng. [Accepted with revision] J2. Guo, Y., Chandra, A. and Bastawros, A. -F., 2004, An Analytical Dishing and Step Height Reduction Model for Chemical Mechanical Planarization (CMP) with a Viscoelastic Pad. J. Electrochemical Soc. [Accepted] J3. Antoniou, A.M. Onck, P.R. and. Bastawros, A.-F, 2004 Experimental Analysis of Compressive Notch Strengthening in Closed-Cell Aluminum Alloy Foam. Acta Metall. [in press]. J4. Tian, Y., Bastawros, A.–F., Lo, C., Constant, A., Russell, A., Cook, B., 2003. Superhard, Self-Lubricating AlMgB14 Films for Microelectromechanical Devices. Appl. Phy. Let. 83(14): 2781-2783 J5. Antoniou, A.M. and. Bastawros, A.-F, 2003. Deformation Characteristics of Tin-Based Solder Joints (J. Materials Research) 18(10) 2304-2309 J6. Che, W., Guo Y., Chandra A., Bastawros A., 2003. Mechanistic Understanding of Material Detachment During Micro-Scale Polishing. ASME-J. Mfg. Sc. Eng., 125(4): 731-735. J7. Ye, Y., Biswas, R., Bastawros, A. -F., Morris, J.R. and Chandra, A. 2003. Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Nanoscale Machining of Copper, Nanotechnology 14: 390–396

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J8. Bastawros, A.-F Chandra, A., Guo, Y. and Yan, B. 2002. Pad Effects on Material Removal Rate in Chemical Mechanical Planarization, J. Electronic Materials, 31(10): 110. J9. Ye, Y., Biswas, R., Bastawros, A. -F. and Chandra, A. 2002. Simulation of Nano Scale Polishing of Copper with Molecular Dynamics. Phy. Rev. Let. 81(10) 1-3. J10. Bastawros, A.-F. and Kim, K.-S., 2001, “Electric-Current Induced Crack Growth in Thin Films: Experimental Observations and Continuum Description”. Int. J. Damage Mech. 10(3):195-213. J11. Bastawros, A.-F, A. G. Evans, 2000. Deformation Heterogeneity in Cellular Al Alloys. Adv. Eng. Mat. 4:210-214 J12. Bastawros, A.-F. and Kim, K.-S., 2000, “Experimental Analysis of Near-Crack-Tip Plastic Flow and Deformation Characteristics (I): Polycrystalline Aluminum,” J. Mech. Phys. Solids. 48(1): 67-98. J13. Bastawros, A.-F., Bart-Smith, H., and Evans A. G., 2000. Experimental Analysis of Deformation Mechanisms in a Closed Cell Al Alloy Foam. J. Mech. Phys. Solids. Vol: 48(2): 301-322 J14. Bastawros, A.-F. and Kim, K.-S., 1998. Experimental Study on Electric-Current Induced Damage Evolution at The Crack Tip in Thin Film Conductors. J. Electronic Packaging, 120(10): 1 J15. Bastawros, A.-F. and McManuis, R. 1998. Case Study: Use of Digital Image Analysis Software to Measure Non-Uniform Deformation in cellular Aluminum Alloys. Exp. Tech. 22(2): 35. J16. Bart-Smith, H., Bastawros, A.-F., Mumm, D.R., Evans, A.G., Sypeck, D., and Wadley, H.G., 1998. Compressive Deformation and Yielding Mechanisms in Cellular Al Alloys Determined Using X-Ray Tomography and Surface Strain Mapping. Acta Metall. 46(10): 3583. Referred Conference Proceedings (Highly respected, with presentation) RC1. Ye, Y., Biswas, R., Bastawros, A. -F. and Chandra, A. 2003. Atomistic Mechanisms underlying Chemical Mechanical Planarization of Copper. Mat. Res. Soc. Proc. Vol.767: 57-62. RC2. Bastawros, A. and Antoniou, A. 2003. Measurements of Size Scale Effects in Layered Structures, Mat. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc. Vol.778:3-8. RC3. Gouda, S., Bastawros, A., Chandra, A, 2003. Multi-Scale characterization of Role of the pad on Material Removal Rate in Chemical Mechanical Planarization. Mat. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc. Vol.767: 95-100. RC4. Che, W., Guo, Y., Bastawros, A., and Chandra, A. 2002. Mechanistic Understanding of Material Detachment During CMP Processing. Mat. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc. Vol. 732E:14.3.1-14.3.6

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RC5. Ye, Y., Biswas, R., Morris, J, Bastawros, A. -F. and Chandra, A. 2002. Simulation of Nanoscale Polishing of Copper with Molecular Dynamics. Mat. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc. Vol. 732E:14.8.1-14.8.6 RC6. Bastawros, A.-F. and Kim, K.-S, 1998, “Experimental Analysis of Deformation Induced Microstructure Near a Crack Tip in a Hardened Copper Crystal,” Fracture and Ductile vs. Brittle Behavior, MRS Proceedings, Vol. 539: 251 -256. RC7. Bart-Smith, H., Bastawros, A.-F., Mumm, D.R., Evans, A.G., Sypeck, D., and Wadley, H.G., 1998. Compressive Deformation and Yielding Mechanisms in Cellular Al Alloys Determined Using X-Ray Tomography and Surface Strain Mapping. MRS Symposium Proceedings Vol 521: 71-82. Conference Proceedings (with presentation) C1. INVITED: Che, W., Guo, Y., Chandra, A. and Bastawros, A. -F., 2003, A Comprehensive Material removal Model for Chemical Mechanical Planarization, Proc. VMIC 2003 (invited paper), IMIC, pp. 340-352. C2. Antoniou, A. and Bastawros, A., 2003. Experimental Observations of the Deformation Characteristics in Layered Structures, ASME Conf. Proc. (MAT:) C3. Bastawros, A. and Antoniou, A., 2003. Deformation Characteristics of Solder Joints. In: Advances in electronic Packaging, Vol. 1, International Electronic Packaging Technical Conference and Exhibition, IPACK03, Maui July 6-11, 2003. C4. Bastawros, A. and Chandra, A., 2003. Experimental Analysis of Deformation Mechanisms and Thermal Cycling During Micro and Nano Surface Machining of Ductile Materials. In: R. Komanduri (ed.); New Developments in Thermal Aspects of Material Removal Processes, NSF workshop, Oklahoma State University, Oklahoma, June 10-12, 2003, 39-44. C5. Ye, Y., Biswas, R., Morris, J. R., Bastawros, A. and Chandra, A., 2003. Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Thermal Effects and Material Removal in the Ultra Precision Machining of Copper. In: R. Komanduri (ed.); New Developments in Thermal Aspects of Material Removal Processes, NSF workshop, Oklahoma State University, Oklahoma, June 10-12, 2003, 121-125. C6. Che, W., Chandra, A. and Bastawros, A., 2003. Mechanistic Understanding of Material Detachment During CMP Processing. In: R. Komanduri (ed.); New Developments in Thermal Aspects of Material Removal Processes, NSF workshop, Oklahoma State University, Oklahoma, June 10-12, 2003, 292-297. C7. Bastawros, A., Chandra A. and Guo, Y., 2003. The Role of Pad Surface Morphology and Chemical Properties on the Material Removal Rate In CMP. CMP-MIC Proceedings (03 IMIC-800P) 365-372. Marina Del Ray, CA Feb. 19-21,2003. C8. INVITED: Che, W., Bastawros, A. and Chandra, A. 2002. Material Removal Mechanisms in Micro and nano Surface Machining. SEM Annual Conference, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, June 10-12, 2002.

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C9. Onck, P.R. and Bastawros, A.-F., 2000. Notch Effects in Metal Foams. In: D. Miannay, et. al (eds.); Advances in mechanical behavior, plasticity and damage, vol. 1, p. 717-722, November 7-9. Euromat 2000 Tours, France. C10. Bastawros, A.-F, 1998. Effectiveness of Open-Cell Metallic Foams for High Power Electronic Cooling, in: Thermal Management of Electronics, ASME Conf. Proc. HTD361-3/PID-3, 211-217. C11. Bastawros, A.-F. and Evans, A. G., 1997. Characterization of Open-Cell Aluminum Alloy Foams as Heat Sinks for High Power Electronic Devices, in: CAE/CAD and Thermal Management Issues in Electronic Systems, (ed. D. Agonafer et al.), ASME Conf. Proc. EEP-23/HTD-356, 1. C12. Bastawros, A.-F. and Kim, K.-S., 1997. The Role of Electric-Current Induced Heating in Damage Evolution at the Crack Tip in Thin Films, in: Application of Fracture Mechanics in Electronic packaging and Materials, (ed. W. Chen et al.), ASME Conf. Proc. EEP-20/AMD-222, 139. C13. Bastawros, A.-F. and Kim, K.-S., 1995. Electro-Thermal Crack Growth Caused by Electric Current Intensification, in: Application of Fracture Mechanics in Electronic packaging and Materials, (ed. T. Wu et al.), ASME Conf. Proc. EEP-11/MD-64, 237. C14. Bastawros, A.-F., Kim, K.-S. and Shield, T.W., 1995. Experimental Studies on Incremental Near-Tip Plastic Deformation for Mode I Cracks in Prehardened Copper Single Crystals, in: Soc. Eng. Sci. Conf. Proc. ( ed. D. Hui et al.), New Orleans, LA, 35. C15. Bastawros, A.-F., Metwalli, S.M. and Eleiche, A.M., 1993. Experimental Investigation of Torsional Instability of P.V.C. Tubes, in Recent Advances in Structural Mechanics, (ed. H. H. Chung et al.), ASME Conf. Proc. 269, 57. Conference and Seminar Presentation (without proceedings) SP1. Antoniou, A., Bastawros, A., Lo, C. and Biner, S., “In-Situ Observations of the Evolution of plasticity in Metallic Glasses,” TMS meeting, March 2004. SP2. Gouda, S. D., Chandra, A. and Bastawros, A., “Initial Macroscopic Response of Thin Porous Sheet under Compression” ASME International Congress & Exposition, Washington, D.C., Nov. 16-22, 2003. SP3. Che, W., Guo, Y., Chandra, A. and Bastawros, A. -F., A Scratch Intersection Model of Material removal During Chemical Mechanical Planarization, Conf. Soc. Eng. Sc., Ann Arbor, MI, Oct. 2003. SP4. Antoniou A., Bastawros, A., “Experimental Investigation of the Notch Effects in Metallic Foams”, Metfoam03, Berlin Germany, June 25-27, 2003. SP5. Bastawros, A. “ Experimental Observations on Hardening Evolution Near a Crack Tip in Ductile Single Crystals,” ASME International Congress & Exposition, New Orleans, LA, Nov. 17-23, 2002.

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SP6. Antoniou, A., Guo, Y., Bastawros, A. “Analysis of Notch Strength Enhancement in Metallic cellular Solids,” ASME International Congress & Exposition, New Orleans, LA, Nov. 17-23, 2002. SP7. Bastawros, A.- F., Che, W., Chandra, A., “Material Removal Mechanisms in Micro and Nano-Machining” 14th U.S. National Congress of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Blacksburg, VA, June 23-28, 2002. SP8. INVITED, Bastawros, A.- F., Guo, Y., Chandra, A., “Macroscopic Shear Response of Porous Materials” 14th U.S. National Congress of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Blacksburg, VA, June 23-28, 2002. SP9. Bastawros, A.-F and Chandra, A., Guo, Y., Yan, B. “Pad Effects on Material Removal Rate in Chemical Mechanical Planarization,” The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society TMS ANNUAL MEETING (TMS) Seattle, Washington, Feb 17-21, 2002. SP10. Bastawros, A.- F. “Size Effect in the Macroscopic Behavior of Solder Joints” The ASME International Congress & Exposition, New York, NY, Nov. 11-17, 2001. SP11. Bastawros, A.- F. and Evans, A. “Optimizing Metallic Foams for Compact Heat Exchangers” The ASME International Congress & Exposition, New York, NY, Nov. 1117, 2001. SP12. Bastawros, A.- F. “Experimental Analysis of Fracture Characteristics in Metallic Cellular Solids” The ASME International Congress & Exposition, New York, NY, Nov. 11-17, 2001. SP13. Bastawros, A.- F., “Notch Effects and Associated Length Scales in the Mechanics of Cellular Metals” ICTAM 2000, Chicago, IL Aug. 27-Sept 1, 2000. SP14. INVITED Bastawros, A.- F., “Revealing the Deformation Mechanisms in Highly Heterogeneous Deformation Fields” NSF workshop on micro and nano mechanics of materials, Palo Alto, CA, Oct 7-8, 1999 SP15. Bastawros, A.- F. and Evans, A. “Deformation Heterogeneity in Cellular Al Alloys Revealed by Surface Deformation Analysis” ASME Summer Meeting, Roanoke VA July 5 –7, 1999 SP16. INVITED Bastawros, A.- F. and Evans, A. “The Role of Defect Interactions in Deterioration of Strength and Stiffness of Closed Cell Metallic Foams” ASME Summer Meeting, Roanoke VA July 5 –7, 1999 SP17. Bastawros, A.- F. and Kim, K.S. “Application of Moiré Interferometry to Fracture Mechanics” ASME Summer Meeting, Roanoke VA July 5 –7, 1999 SP18. Bastawros, A.- F. and Evans, A. “Optimum Performance of Cellular Metal Heat Sinks for Thermal Management of High Power Electronics” IPACK99, Maui June 26-30, 1999 SP19. Bastawros, A.- F. and Evans, A. “Deformation heterogeneity in cellular Al alloys revealed by surface deformation analysis,” Metfoam99, Germany, July, 1999

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SP20. Bastawros, A.- F. “Use of Digital Image Analysis to Study Deformation Mechanisms in Cellular Metals”, Ultralight Metals Structures Workshop, Brewster, MA, Sept. 1998. SP21. Bastawros, A.- F. “Performance and Optimization of Cellular Metal Heat Transfer Media”, Ultralight Metals Structures Workshop, Brewster, MA, Sept. 1998. SP22. Bastawros, A.- F. and Evans, A. “Optimization of Open-Cell Metallic Foam Heat Dissipation Media”, MRS Spring Meeting, San Francisco, April 13-17, 1998. SP23. Bastawros, A.- F. “Infrared Monitoring of Electric–Current Induced damage Close to a Crack Tip in Thin Film Conductors“, MRS Spring Meeting, San Francisco, April 13-17, 1998. SP24. Bastawros, A.- F. and Evans, A. “Characterization of Open-Cell Aluminum Alloy Foams as Heat Sinks for High Power Electronic Devices”, DARPA Workshop on Microelectronic Thermal Management, Washington D.C., Dec. 11-12, 1997. SP25. Bastawros, A.- F. “Heat Dissipation Measurements in Open Cell Systems”, Ultralight Metals Structures Workshop, Charlottesville, VA, Sept. 1997. SP26. INVITED, Bastawros, A.- F. “Crack-Tip Field in Ductile Single Crystals, Between Myth and Reality”, Invited Talk at the Mechanics and Material Seminar, DEAS, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, Feb. 3, 1997. SP27. Bastawros, A.- F. and Kim, K.S. “Experimental Studies on Incremental Near-Tip Plastic Deformation for Mode I Cracks in Prehardened Copper Single Crystals”, Soc. Eng. Sci. Conf. New Orleans, LA, Oct. 1995. SP28. Kim, K.S., Bastawros, A.- F., “Laser-Moiré Analysis of the Near Crack-Tip Incremental-Plastic-Deformation Fields in FCC Copper Single Crystals”, Int. Union Th. Appl. Mech. Conference, Cambridge, England September 1995. SP29. Ortiz, M., Cuitino, A, Bastawros, A, Kim, K “The Hardening and Crack Tip Fields of Copper Single Crystals. Material Research Society, Spring Meeting, San Francisco, California, April, 1994. SP30. Bastawros, A.-F. “Computer Aided Design of Pressure Vessels”, The 4th Cairo University Conference on Mechanical Design and Production, December 1988. SP31. Bastawros, A.-F. “Automated Design Concepts”, Presented at the Egyptian Sugar and Distillation Co., July 1988. Contracts and Grants  NSF-DMI-0355536 ($355,277) 7/1/2004-6/30/07 Vice Provost of Research ($30,000) “Collaborative Research: Wire Sawing - Mechanics and Design Space Exploration” (with Chandra, A. (PI) )

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 NSF-DMI-0323069 ($456,881) 8/1/2003-7/31/06 REU-supplement ($12,000) Vice Provost of Research ($75,000) “Modeling and Control of Wafer Scale Yield Improvement in Chemical Mechanical Planarization (CMP)” (with Chandra, A. (PI), Ashok Kumar, Atul G. Kelkar, Ranga Narayanaswami)  NSF-CMS CAREER ($375,000) REU-supplement ($12,000) “Deformation Mechanisms at the Materials’ Microstructural length Scale”

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 SPRIG-ISU ($16,000) 1/1/02-12/31/02 “The Role of Nanoscale Interfacial Crystallization on Adhesion and Processing of Semicrystalline Polymers” (with Narasimhan, B. (PI) )  NSF-DMI ($337,422) 9/1/00- 8/31/03 Vice Provost of Research ($27,000) REU-supplement ($12,000) “Mechanics of Chemical Mechanical Polishing of Microelectronics Materials” (with Chandra, A. (PI) )  Carver Foundation, ISU ($25,000) 4/16/00-7/31/01 “Yield Improvements in Chemical-Mechanical Polishing Process for Microelectronics” (with Chandra, A. (PI) )  IPRT, ISU ($83,744) 10/1/99-6/30/01 “Development of a New Surface Adhesion Concept for Orthopedic and Dental Implants: A Multi-Center Initiative to Generate New Coating Structures and Analysis Tools” (P.I.; Dan Sordelet, Ames Lab; Ron Roberts, CNDE co-P.I.)  ONR – Subcontract from Harvard University ($13,832) “Thermomechanical Characteristics of cellular Materials” TEACHING ACTIVITIES Courses Taught at ISU MATE 271 AeroE462 EM 324 EM417 EM516 EM517 EM564 EM590F An Introduction to Material Science for Engineers Design of Aerospace Systems Introduction to Mechanics of Materials Experimental Mechanics (Undergraduate) Strength of Solids Experimental Mechanics (Graduate) Fatigue and Fracture of Materials Special Topics on Dislocation and Plasticity 8/16/99-7/31/00

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Course Development Dr. Bastawros has developed a full curriculum for mechanics of materials at Iowa State. While some of these courses are already listed in the department course catalogue, however some of them has never been taught in 10 years. The curriculum now includes two new courses in theory of dislocation and plasticity (EM590F) and a general rounding course in solid mechanics (EM516). Other courses have been almost completely changed to reflect the recent trends in fracture and thin film mechanics (EM564) and the new techniques and phenomena in experimental mechanics (EM417 and EM 517). The devised strategy combines the origin of nonlinear behavior of materials with the proper mathematical framework in a simple but rigors approach to enrich the student experience. Teaching Effectiveness The students have frequently sighted Dr. Bastawros for his diligence in the class and care for the well being of the student. The following are quotes from the student evaluation:  It is very nice to have a professor such as yourself that really cares about what us the students are getting out of the class.  The illustrations that you have at your disposal of possible applications or results of the failure of mechanics of materials are nice to be able to put something tangible to our continuously growing experience. Undergraduate Student Advising Senior Thesis Project: - Kamel Kamel, (ME) Summer 00 - Scott Wonderlich, (ME) Summer 02 - Don Pinter (ME) Fall 02 Freshman Mentoring: - Christopher B Kostyk (AEEM) Spring 2000 Undergraduate Research Experience: - Ryan Light (ME), Spring 00 - Christopher B Kostyk (AEEM), Taylor Swanson (AEEM), Kamel Kamel (ME), Jason P Dale (ME), Summer 00 - Ron Hale (ME), Craig Peterson (ME), Paul Anderson (ME), Fall 00 - Brandon P Williams (ME), Spring 01 - David Wire (EE), Jodi F Krayenhagen (ME) Summer 01 - David Wire (EE), Jodi F Krayenhagen (ME), Marcie miller (ChemE), Shawn Walding (CE) Fall 01 - David Wire (EE), Spring 02 - David Wire (EE), Dean Schwebach (ChemE), Bradley Tucker (ME), Summer 02 - Dean Schwebach (ChemE), Bradley Tucker (ME), Fall 02 - Bradley Tucker (ME), Shawn Walding (CE) Summer 03

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Matthew Roode (AeroE), Ryan Westbrock (AeroE), Kristofor Westermeyer (EE) Fall 2003, Spring 2004

Graduate Student Supervision (as major or co-major Professor) M.S. Students 1. Wei Che Aug., 2000- May, 2002 (Major Professor, shared with A. Chandra) Dissertation: A Study on the Material Detachment Mechanisms in CMP Process. 2. Antonia Antoniou Aug., 2001-May, 2003 Dissertation: Crack tip characterization for closed cell aluminum foam. 3. Chunyu Yang Aug., 2002- Dec., 2003 Dissertation: Measurements of interface thickness of two dissimilar materials: numerical and experimental verification. 4. Sunil D. Gouda Aug., 2002-May, 2004 (shared with A. Chandra) Dissertation: Experimental and numerical analysis of CMP pad characteristics 5. Sivaraman Kadavasal (Kumar) (shared with A. Chandra) Dissertation: Yield improvements of CMP process Jan., 2003-Sept. 2004

6. Shakti Chauhan Sept., 2003-Dec. 2004 Dissertation: Material response at the microstructure length scale Ph.D. Students 1. Wei Che May, 2002- Dec. 2004 (expected) (shared with A. Chandra) Dissertation: A Study on the Material Detachment Mechanisms in CMP Process. 2. Antonia M. Antonia May, 2003- May 2005 (expected) Dissertation: Deformation induced microstructure evolution

Service on POS committees as a Member Dr. Bastawros has served as a member on 8 other POS committees for Ph.D. and Master degree across the campus.

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PROFESSIONAL SERVICE Professional Reviewers  Frequent reviewers for J. Mech. Phys. Solids, J. Non Dist. Eval., Exp. Mech., Int. J. of Damage Mech., Mechanics of Materials, I. J. of Fracture, J. Mat. Research, Mechanics of Materials, J. Eng. Manufacturing and MRS proceedings.  NSF Panel review for CMS division, June 2000, Jan. 2002, and DMII Feb. 2003 Service in Professional Society  Organized symposium on: Material Behavior at the micro and nano length scales, AMESWAM, Nov., 2004.  Offered Short Course on Chemical Mechanical Planarization during the IPACK-03, Maui July 6-10, 2003.  Session Chair, ASME-WAM, Nov. 2003  Session Chair, (3 times) ASME-WAM, Nov. 2001  Organized Symposium on: Material characteristics at the microstructure length scale, ASMEWAM, Nov. 2001  Organized Symposium on: Mechanics of Cellular Materials, ASME-WAM, Nov. 2001  Member of ASME, SEM and MRS INSTITUTIONAL SERVICE University Committees None College Committees Academic Standard Committee Department Committees Seminar Committee 2000- Implemented near regular seminar series within the department and encouraged graduate students to attend. Secure funding twice from the collage for the Miller lecture fund. - Managed to gain ISU a permenant membership and voting right in the Midwest mechanics seminar, one of the most prestigious International Mechanics Seminars. Equipment Committee 2000Maintaining the functionality and operation of teaching labs. 2003-

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Students Committee Russell E. Gorga, Chem. E., Ph.D. Erin L. Jablonski, Chem. E., Ph.D. Guanghui Fu, ME, Ph.D. Muhammad Junaid Khan, EE, M.S. Andrew Fisher, ME, M.S. Chieh-Tsung Lo, Chem.E., Ph.D. Grants/Contracts/Proposal Activity
No. Off 1 2 3 4 5 6 Submission Date Agency 8/16/99 ONRsubcontract 9/1/99 ISU-IPERT 9/20/99 Honda-grants 10/24/99 MURI-ONR 10/1/99 ISU-SPRIG 3/28/00 NSF 5/1/00 Vice provost matching 2/1/00 ISU-Carver 2/1/00 ISU-URG 7/1/00 IPRT (ISU) 7/26/00 NSF-Career 11/1/00 ONR-YIP 2/1/01 URG (ISU) 2/15/01 NSF 5/15/01 NSF (URE-supl 7/25/01 NSF-Career 10/1/01 SPRIG-ISU 11/1/01 ONR-YIP 10/1/01 NSF 10/24/01 MURI-ONR 2/1/02 NSF 9/20/02 Honda-grants 10/1/02 NSF 10/1/02 SPRIG-ISU 1/31/03 NSF 10/1/03 Vice provost matching 3/8/04 NSF (URE-supl 2/1/03 URG-ISU 10/1/03 NSF 7/1/04 Vice provost matching Pending/ Accepted/ Denied Accepted Accepted Denied Denied Denied Accepted Accepted Accepted Denied Accepted Denied Denied Denied Denied Accepted Accepted Accepted Denied Denied Denied Denied Denied Denied Denied Accepted Accepted Accepted Denied Accepted Accepted $ Amount 13,832 75,000 25,000 3,928,762 16,000 337,422 27,000 25,000 21,000 16,500 375,000 300,000 16,000 216,000 12,000 375,000 16,000 300,000 526,418 4,998,941 482,287 30,000 544,831 16,000 456,881 75,000 12,000 16,000 355,277 30,000

2000-2002 2000-2002 1999-2002 2002 2000-2002 2002-

Grant Period 8/16/99-7/31/00 10/1/99-6/30/00 1 yr 5yrs 1 yr 9/1/00-8/31/03

PI CoPI Collaborator PI PI PI CoPI PI CoPI

7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

4/16/00-7/31/01 1 yr 7/1/00-6/30/01 5yrs 3yrs 1yr 3yrs 3yrs 5yrs 1/1/02-12/31/02 3yrs 3yrs 5yrs 3yrs 1yr 3yrs 1yr 3yrs

CoPI PI PI PI PI CoPi PI CoPi PI CoPI PI CoPI CoPi CoPI PI CoPI PI CoPI

25 26

3r 1yr 3yr

PI CoPI

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27 28 29

10/14/03 11/1/03 12/1/03

ISU-SGC NSF-CareerURE- suppl. NSF

Denied Accepted Pending

10,000 12,000 339,207

1yr 1yr 3yr

PI PI PI

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