member-academic-staff Doron Shilo Professor Full CV Phone: +972-77-8873165 Fax: +972-77-8875711 Email: email@example.com Office: 218, DK Website: http://nanomech.technion.ac.il/ CV Selected Publications Education 1996 - B.S., Physics, Technion - I.I.T., Israel 1996 - B.Sc., Materials Engineering, Technion - I.I.T., Israel 1999 - M.Sc., Materials Engineering, Technion - I.I.T., Israel 2003 - Ph.D., Materials Engineering, Technion - I.I.T., Israel Research Interests Nano and micro mechanics of materials. Mechanical behavior of smart materials. Mechanics and kinetics of domain switching in ferroelectric materials. Micromechanics and kinetics of ferromagnetic shape memory alloys. Mechanical behavior of free-standing submicron metallic films under pure tension. Guest Appointments Fellow, Lester Deutsch Post-Doctoral, Graduate Aeronautical Laboratories, Caltech - California Institute of Technology (2003-2004) Honors and Awards Post-Doctoral Lester Deutsch Fellowship (2003-2004) Shenkar Family Prize for Ph. D. studies (2002) Gutwirth Memorial Fellowship (2002) Maayan and Dr. Avishay Katz Prize (2001) Four Technion fellowships for distinction during Ph.D. studies (2000-2002) Shenkar Family Prize for Project in Materials Engineering (1996) President's Honor Student List for undergraduate students, each semester (1992-1996) E. Faran and D. Shilo, "Twin Motion Faster than the Speed of Sound", Phys. Rev. Lett. 104, 155501 (2010). H. Drezner, D. Shilo, A. Dorogoy and E. Zolotoyabko, "Nano-scale mapping of elastic modules in biogenic composites: the nacre of mollusk shells", Advanced Functional Materials 20, 2723-2728 (2010). S. Vollach and D. Shilo, "The Mechanical Response of Shape Memory Alloys under a Rapid Heating Pulse", Experimental Mechanics 50, 803-811 (2010) Y. Ganor, D. Shilo, T. W. Shield, R. D. James, "Breaching the work output limitation of ferromagnetic shape memory alloys", Appl. Phys. Lett. 93, 122509 (2008). D. Shilo, H. Drezner and A. Dorogoy6 "Investigation of interface properties by nanoscale elastic modulus mapping", Phys. Rev. Lett. 100, 035505 (2008).