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Dr. Tian Tang

Department of Mechanical Engineering

University of Alberta, Canada

Associate Professor


Email: tian.tang@ualberta.ca


Qualifications

2005 Ph.D., Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Cornell University, USA

2001 B.Eng., Department of Engineering Mechanics, Tsinghua University, China


Publications (selected)

  1. C. Sun, T. Tang and H. Uludag (2011) Molecular Dynamics Simulations of PEI Mediated DNA Aggregation, Biomacromolecules, 12, 3698-3707.
  2. C. Sun, T. Tang, H. Uludag and J. Cuervo (2011) Molecular Dynamics Simulations of DNA/PEI Complexes: Effect of PEI Branching and Protonation State,Biophysical Journal, 100, 2754-2763.
  3. O. Malysheva, T. Tang and P. Schiavone (2010) Counterion Condensation on a Polyelectrolyte near an Electronically Responsive Cylinder, Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 114, 3781-3790.
  4. T. Tang and N.J. Glassmaker (2010) On the Inextensible Elastica Model for the Collapse of Nanotubes, Mathematics and Mechanics of Solids, 15, 591-606.
  5. B. Nadler and T. Tang (2008) Decohesion of a Rigid Punch from Nonlinear Membrane Undergoing Finite Axisymmetric Deformation, International Journal of Non-linear Mechanics,43, 716-721.
  6. S. Manohar, T. Tang and A. Jagota (2007) Structure of Homopolymer DNA-CNT Hybrids,Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 111, 17835-17845.
  7. T. Tang, A. Jagota and C.Y. Hui (2006) Line of Charges in Electrolyte Solution near a Half-space I. Counterion Condensation,Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 299, 564-571.
  8. T. Tang, A. Jagota, C.Y. Hui and M.K. Chaudhury (2006) Thermal Fluctuations Limit the Adhesive Strength of Compliant Solids, Journal of Adhesion, 82, 671-696.
  9. T. Tang, C.Y. Hui and N.J Glassmaker (2005) Can a Fibrillar Interface be Stronger and Tougher than a Non-fibrillar One, Journal of the Royal Society, Interface, 2, 505-516.
  10. T. Tang, A. Jagota and C.Y. Hui (2005)Adhesion between Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes, Journal of Applied Physics, 97, 074304.


Profile Details

http://www.ualberta.ca/~ttang1/