Journal Publications

 Protein Papers  | Amorphous Solid Papers  | Soft Materials Papers  | Electromechanical Coupling Papers  | Plasmon Resonance Papers  | Graphene/2D Materials Papers  | Surface Cauchy-Born Papers  | Nanowire Papers  | Bridging Scale Papers  | Meshfree Papers  | Book Chapters  | Books  | Edited Journal Special Issues 


Graduate students are noted in red. Post-doctoral scholars are noted in blue.

Protein Papers

  1. P. Cao, G. Yoon, W. Tao, K. Eom and H.S. Park. The Role of Binding Site on the Mechanical Unfolding Mechanism of Ubiquitin, submitted for publication 2014.

Amorphous Solid Papers

  1. P. Cao, X. Lin and H.S. Park. Surface Shear Transformation Zones in Amorphous Solids, Physical Review E 2014; 90:012311.
  2. P. Cao, X. Lin and H.S. Park. Strain-Rate and Temperature-Dependence of Yield Stress of Amorphous Solids via Self-Learning Metabasin Escape Algorithm, Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 2014; 68:239-250.
  3. P. Cao, H.S. Park and X. Lin. Strain-Rate and Temperature-Driven Transition in the Shear Transformation Zone for 2D Amorphous Solids, Physical Review E 2013; 88:042404.
  4. P. Cao, M. Li, R.J. Heugle, H.S. Park and X. Lin. Self-Learning Metabasin Escape Algorithm for Supercooled Liquids, Physical Review E 2012; 86:016710.

Soft Materials Papers

  1. J. Wang, T.D. Nguyen and H.S. Park. Electrostatically-Driven Creep in Viscoelastic Dielectric Elastomers, Journal of Applied Mechanics 2014; 81:051006.
  2. H.S. Park, Q. Wang, X. Zhao and P.A. Klein. Electromechanical Instability on Dielectric Polymer Surface: Modeling and Experiment, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 2013; 260:40-49.
  3. H.S. Park and T.D. Nguyen. Viscoelastic Effects on Electromechanical Instabilities in Dielectric Elastomers, Soft Matter 2013; 9:1031-1042.
  4. H.S. Park, Z. Suo, J.X. Zhou and P.A. Klein. A Dynamic Finite Element Method for Inhomogeneous Deformation and Electromechanical Instability of Dielectric Elastomer Transducers, International Journal of Solids and Structures 2012; 49:2187-2194.

Electromechanical Coupling Papers

  1. S. Dai and H.S. Park. Surface Effects on the Piezoelectricity of ZnO Nanowires, Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 2013; 61:385-397.
  2. S. Dai, M. Gharbi, P. Sharma and H.S. Park. Surface Piezoelectricity, Size-effects in Nanostructures and the Emergence of Piezoelectricity in Non-piezoelectric Materials, Journal of Applied Physics 2011; 110:104305.
  3. H.S. Park, M. Devel and Z. Wang. A New Multiscale Formulation for the Electromechanical Behavior of Nanomaterials, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 2011; 200:2447-2457.
  4. S. Dai, M.L. Dunn and H.S. Park. Piezoelectric Constants for ZnO Calculated Using Classical Polarizable Core-Shell Potentials, Nanotechnology 2010; 21:445707.

Plasmon Resonance Papers

  1. X. Ben and H.S. Park. Surface Plasmon Resonance-Induced Stiffening of Silver Nanowires, submitted for publication 2014.
  2. X. Ben and H.S. Park. Atomistic Simulations of Electric Field Effects on the Young's Modulus of Metal Nanowires, accepted for publication in Nanotechnology 2014.
  3. X. Ben, P. Cao and H.S. Park. The Effect of Planar Defects on the Optical Properties of Silver Nanostructures, Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2013; 117:13738-13746.
  4. X. Ben and H.S. Park. Strain Engineering Enhancement of Surface Plasmon Polariton Propagation Lengths for Gold Nanowires, Applied Physics Letters 2013; 102:041909.
  5. X. Ben and H.S. Park. Size-Dependent Validity Bounds on the Universal Plasmon Ruler for Metal Nanostructure Dimers, Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2012; 116:18944-18951.
  6. X. Ben and H.S. Park. Size-Dependence of the Plasmon Ruler for Two-Dimensional Metal Nanosphere Arrays, Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2011; 115:15915-15926.
  7. X. Qian and H.S. Park. Strain Effects on the SERS Enhancements for Spherical Silver Nanoparticles, Nanotechnology 2010; 21:365704.
  8. H.S. Park and X. Qian. Surface Stress Driven Lattice Contraction Effects on the Extinction Spectra of Ultrasmall Silver Nanowires, Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2010; 114:8741-8748.
  9. X. Qian and H.S. Park. The Influence of Mechanical Strain on the Optical Properties of Spherical Gold Nanoparticles, Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 2010; 58:330-345.

Graphene/2D Materials Papers

  1. J-W Jiang, T. Rabczuk and H.S. Park. A Stillinger-Weber Potential for Single-Layer Black Phosphorus, and the Importance of Cross-Pucker Interactions for Negative Poisson's Ratio and Edge Stress-Induced Bending, submitted for publication 2014.
  2. J-W Jiang, B-S Wang, J-S Wang and H.S. Park. A Review on Flexural Modes of Graphene: Lattice Dynamics, Thermal Conductivity, Thermal Expansion, Young's Modulus, and Nanomechanical Resonators, submitted for publication 2014.
  3. Z.N. Qi, D.K. Campbell and H.S. Park, Highly Deformable Graphene Kirigami, submitted for publication 2014.
  4. Z.N. Qi, A.L. Kitt, H.S. Park, V.M. Pereira, D.K. Campbell and A.H. Castro Neto, Pseudomagnetic Fields in Graphene Nanobubbles of Constrained Geometry: A Molecular Dynamics Study, Physical Review B 2014; 90:125419.
  5. J-W Jiang and H.S. Park. Mechanical Properties of MoS2/Graphene Heterostructures, Applied Physics Letters 2014; 105:033108.
  6. J-W Jiang and H.S. Park. Mechanical Properties of Single-Layer Black Phosphorus, Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 2014; 47:385304.
  7. J-W Jiang and H.S. Park. Negative Poisson's Ratio in Single-Layer Black Phosphorus, Nature Communications 2014; 5:4727.
  8. D. Midtvedt, A. Croy, A. Isacsson, Z.N. Qi and H.S. Park. Fermi-Pasta-Ulam Physics With Nanomechanical Graphene Resonators: Intrinsic Relaxation and Thermalization from Flexural Mode Coupling, Physical Review Letters 2014; 112:145503.
  9. J-W Jiang, H.S. Park and T. Rabczuk. MoS2 Nanoresonators: Intrinsically Better than Grapehene?, Nanoscale 2014; 6:3618-3625.
  10. J-W Jiang, B-S Wang, H.S. Park and T. Rabczuk. Adsorbate Migration Effects on Continuous and Discontinous Temperature-Dependent Transitions in the Quality Factors of Graphene Nanoresonators, Nanotechnology 2014; 25:025501.
  11. Z.N. Qi, P. Cao and H.S. Park. Density Functional Theory Calculation of Edge Stresses in Monolayer MoS2, Journal of Applied Physics 2013; 114:163508.
  12. J-W Jiang, Z.N. Qi, H.S. Park and T. Rabczuk. Elastic Bending Modulus of Single-Layer Molybdenum Disulfide (MoS2): Finite Thickness Effect, Nanotechnology 2013; 24:435705.
  13. J-W Jiang, H.S. Park and T. Rabczuk. Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Single-Layer Molybdenum Disulfide (MoS2): Stillinger-Weber Parametrization, Mechanical Properties, and Thermal Conductivity, Journal of Applied Physics 2013; 114:064307.
  14. X. Liu, F. Wang, H.S. Park and H.A. Wu. A Reactive Force Field Study of the Controllability of Bombardment-Induced Defects in Graphene, Journal of Applied Physics 2013; 114:054313.
  15. Z.N. Qi, D.A. Bahamon, V.M. Pereira, H.S. Park, D.K. Campbell and A.H. Castro Neto, Resonant Tunneling in Graphene Pseudomagnetic Quantum Dots, Nano Letters 2013; 13:2692-2697.
  16. A.L. Kitt, Z.N. Qi, S. Remi, H.S. Park, A.K. Swan and B.B. Goldberg. How Graphene Slides: Measurement and Theory of Frictional Forces Between Graphene and SiO2, Nano Letters 2013; 13:2605-2610.
  17. J-W Jiang, H.S. Park and T. Rabczuk. Enhancing the Mass Sensitivity of Graphene Nanoresonators via Nonlinear Oscillations: The Effective Strain Mechanism, Nanotechnology 2012; 23:475501.
  18. Z.N. Qi and H.S. Park. Intrinsic Energy Dissipation in CVD-Grown Graphene Nanoresonators, Nanoscale 2012; 4:3460-3465.
  19. S.Y. Kim and H.S. Park. On the Effective Plate Thickness of Monolayer Graphene from Flexural Wave Propagation, Journal of Applied Physics 2011; 110:054324.
  20. S. Jun, T. Tashi and H.S. Park. Size-Dependence of the Nonlinear Elastic Softening of Nanoscale Graphene Monolayers Under Plane-Strain Bulge Tests, Journal of Nanomaterials 2011; 380286. (Invited paper: Special issue on Low-Dimensional Carbon Nanomaterials: Synthesis, Properties, and Applications).
  21. S.Y. Kim and H.S. Park. Boundary Condition and Strain Effects on the Q-Factors of Carbon Nanotubes, Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience 2011; 8:814-819. (Invited paper: Special Issue on Multiscale and Multiphysics Simulations for Energy Applications).
  22. Z.N. Qi, F.P. Zhao, X.Z. Zhou, H.S. Park and H.A. Wu. A Molecular Simulation Analysis of Producing Monatomic Carbon Chains by Stretching Ultranarrow Graphene Nanoribbons, Nanotechnology 2010; 21:265702.
  23. S.Y. Kim and H.S. Park. On the Utility of Vacancies and Tensile Strain-Induced Quality Factor Enhancement for Mass Sensing Using Graphene Monolayers, Nanotechnology 2010; 21:105710.
  24. S.Y. Kim and H.S. Park. Multilayer Friction and Attachment Effects on Energy Dissipation in Graphene Nanoresonators, Applied Physics Letters 2009; 94:101918. (Also selected for publication in the Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science and Technology, March 30, 2009).
  25. S.Y. Kim and H.S. Park. The Importance of Edge Effects on the Intrinsic Loss Mechanisms of Graphene Nanoresonators, Nano Letters 2009; 9(3):969-974.
  26. S. Jun, S. Pendurti, I.-H. Lee, S.Y. Kim, H.S. Park and Y.-H. Kim. Action-Derived Ab Initio Molecular Dynamics, International Journal of Applied Mechanics 2009; 1:469-482. (Invited paper: Special Issue on Theoretical and Computational Nanomechanics).

Surface Cauchy-Born/Surface Elasticity Papers

  1. S.S. Nanthakumar, N. Valizadeh, H.S. Park and T. Rabczuk. Shape and Topology Optimization of Nanostructures using a Coupled XFEM/Level Set Method, submitted for publication 2014.
  2. K. Jayawardana, C. Mordac, C. Ortner and H.S. Park. An Analysis of the Boundary Layer in the 1D Surface Cauchy-Born Model, ESAIM: Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis 2013; 47:109-123.
  3. H.S. Park. Surface Stress Effects on the Critical Buckling Strains of Silicon Nanowires, Computational Materials Science 2012; 51:396-401.
  4. G. Yun and H.S. Park. Bridging the Gap Between Experimental Measurements and Atomistic Predictions of the Elastic Properties of Silicon Nanowires Using Multiscale Modeling, Finite Elements in Analysis and Design 2012; 49:3-12. (Invited paper: Special issue on Analysis and Design of MEMS/NEMS).
  5. F. Song, G.L. Huang, H.S. Park and X.N. Liu. A Continuum Model of the Mechanical Behavior of Nanowires Including Surface and Surface-Induced Initial Stresses, International Journal of Solids and Structures 2011; 48:2154-2163.
  6. M. Farsad, F.J. Vernerey and H.S. Park. An Extended Finite Element/Level Set Method to Study Surface Effects on the Mechanical Behavior and Properties of Nanomaterials, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 2010; 84:1466-1489.
  7. H.S. Park. A Multiscale Finite Element Method for the Dynamic Analysis of Surface-Dominated Nanomaterials, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 2010; 83:1237-1254. (Invited paper: Special Issue on Atomistic and Multiscale Analysis).
  8. G. Yun and H.S. Park. Surface Stress Effects on the Bending Properties of FCC Metal Nanowires, Physical Review B 2009; 79:195421.
  9. H.S. Park. Quantifying the Size-Dependent Effect of the Residual Surface Stress on the Resonant Frequencies of Silicon Nanowires if Finite Deformation Kinematics are Considered, Nanotechnology 2009; 20:115701.
  10. H.S. Park and P.A. Klein. Surface Stress Effects on the Resonant Properties of Metal Nanowires: The Importance of Finite Deformation Kinematics and the Impact of the Residual Surface Stress, Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 2008; 56:3144-3166.
  11. H.S. Park and P.A. Klein. A Surface Cauchy-Born Model for Silicon Nanostructures, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 2008; 197:3249-3260. (Invited paper: Special issue on Recent Advances in Computational Study of Nanostructures).
  12. G. Yun and H.S. Park. A Multiscale, Finite Deformation Formulation for Surface Stress Effects on the Coupled Thermomechanical Behavior of Nanomaterials, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 2008; 197:3337-3350. (Invited paper: Special issue on Recent Advances in Computational Study of Nanostructures).
  13. G. Yun and H.S. Park. A Finite Element Formulation for Nanoscale Resonant Mass Sensing Using the Surface Cauchy-Born Model, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 2008; 197:3324-3336. (Invited paper: Special issue on Recent Advances in Computational Study of Nanostructures).
  14. H.S. Park. Strain Sensing Through the Resonant Properties of Deformed Metal Nanowires, Journal of Applied Physics 2008; 104:013516. (Also selected for publication in the Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science and Technology, July 21, 2008).
  15. H.S. Park. Surface Stress Effects on the Resonant Properties of Silicon Nanowires, Journal of Applied Physics 2008; 103:123504. (Also selected for publication in the Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science and Technology, June 30, 2008.)
  16. H.S. Park and P.A. Klein. Surface Cauchy-Born Analysis of Surface Stress Effects on Metallic Nanowires, Physical Review B 2007; 75:085408. (Also selected for publication in the Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science and Technology, Feb. 19, 2007.)
  17. H.S. Park, P.A. Klein and G.J. Wagner. A Surface Cauchy-Born Model for Nanoscale Materials, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 2006; 68:1072-1095.

Nanowire Papers

  1. J-H Seo, H.S. Park, Y. Yoo, T-Y Seong, J. Li, J-P Ahn, B. Kim and I-S Choi. Origin of Size-Dependency in Coherent-Twin-Propagation Mediated Tensile Deformation of Noble Metal Nanowires, Nano Letters 2013; 13:5112-5116.
  2. J-W Jiang, H.S. Park and T. Rabczuk. Polar Surface Effects on the Thermal Conductivity in ZnO Nanowires: Shell-Like Surface Reconstruction-Induced Preserving Mechanism, Nanoscale 2013; 5:11035-11043.
  3. J-W Jiang, H.S. Park and T. Rabczuk. Preserving the Q-factors of ZnO Nanoresonators via Polar Surface Reconstruction, Nanotechnology 2013; 24:405705.
  4. J-W Jiang, A.M. Leach, K. Gall, H.S. Park and T. Rabczuk. A Surface Stacking Fault Energy Approach to Predicting Defect Nucleation in Surface-Dominated Nanostructures, Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 2013; 61:1915-1934.
  5. T.J. Delph, P. Cao, H.S. Park and J.A. Zimmerman. A Harmonic Transition State Theory Model for Defect Initiation in Crystals, Modelling and Simulation in Materials Science and Engineering, 2013; 21:025010.
  6. H.F. Zhan, Y.T. Gu and H.S. Park. Beat Phenomena in Metal Nanowires, and Their Implications for Resonance-Based Elastic Property Measurements, Nanoscale 2012; 4:6779-6785.
  7. P.A.T. Olsson and H.S. Park. On the Importance of Surface Elastic Contributions to the Flexural Rigidity of Nanowires, Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 2012; 60:2064-2083.
  8. G. Yun, P. Cao, J.A. Zimmerman, T.J. Delph and H.S. Park. Nonlocal Instability Analysis of FCC Bulk and (100) Surfaces Under Uniaxial Stretching, International Journal of Solids and Structures 2011; 48:3406-3416.
  9. J-H Seo, Y. Yoo, N-Y Park, S-W Yoon, H Lee, S Han, S-W Lee, T-Y Seong, S-C Lee, K-B Lee, P-R Cha, H.S. Park, B. Kim and J-P Ahn. Superplastic Deformation of Defect-Free Au Nanowires via Coherent Twin Propagation, Nano Letters 2011; 11:3499-3502.
  10. K. Eom, H.S. Park, D.S. Yoon and T. Kwon. Nanomechanical Resonators and Their Applications: Nanomechanics Principles, Physics Reports 2011; 503:115-163.
  11. P.A.T. Olsson and H.S. Park. Atomistic Study of the Buckling of Gold Nanowires, Acta Materialia 2011; 59:3883-3894.
  12. P.A.T. Olsson, H.S. Park and P.C. Lidstrom. Influence of Shear and Rotary Inertia on Resonant Properties of Gold Nanowires, Journal of Applied Physics 2010; 108:104312.
  13. H.S. Park, W. Cai, H.D. Espinosa and H. Huang. Mechanics of Crystalline Nanowires, MRS Bulletin 2009; 34(3):178-183. (Invited review paper).
  14. S.Y. Kim and H.S. Park. Utilizing Mechanical Strain to Mitigate the Intrinsic Loss Mechanisms in Oscillating Metal Nanowires, Physical Review Letters 2008; 101:215502. (Also selected for publication in the Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science and Technology, December 8, 2008).
  15. C. Ji and H.S. Park. The Coupled Effects of Geometry and Surface Orientation on the Mechanical Properties of Metal Nanowires, Nanotechnology 2007; 18:305704.
  16. H.S. Park and V. Laohom. Surface Composition Effects on Martensitic Phase Transformations in Nickel Aluminum Nanowires, Philosophical Magazine 2007; 87:2159-2168. (Invited paper: Special Issue on Nanowires).
  17. C. Ji and H.S. Park. The Effects of Defects on the Mechanical Behavior of Silver Shape Memory Nanowires, Journal of Theoretical and Computational Nanoscience 2007; 4:578-587.
  18. Q. Pu, Y. Leng, L. Tsetseris, H.S. Park, S.T. Pantelides and P.T. Cummings. Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Stretched Gold Nanowires - The Relative Utility of Different Semimempirical Potentials, Journal of Chemical Physics 2007; 126:144707.
  19. C. Ji and H.S. Park. Characterizing the Elasticity of Hollow Metal Nanowires, Nanotechnology 2007; 18:115707.
  20. C. Ji and H.S. Park. Geometric Effects on the Inelastic Deformation of Metal Nanowires, Applied Physics Letters 2006; 89:181916. (Also selected for publication in the Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science and Technology, Nov. 13, 2006.)
  21. H.S. Park, K. Gall and J.A. Zimmerman. Deformation of FCC Nanowires by Twinning and Slip, Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 2006; 54 (9):1862-1881.
  22. H.S. Park and C. Ji. On the Thermomechanical Deformation of Silver Shape Memory Nanowires, Acta Materialia 2006; 54 (10):2645-2654.
  23. H.S. Park. Stress-Induced Martensitic Phase Transformation in Intermetallic Nickel Aluminum Nanowires, Nano Letters 2006; 6 (5): 958-962.
  24. H.S. Park and J.A. Zimmerman. Stable Nanobridge Formation in <110> Gold Nanowires under Tensile Deformation, Scripta Materialia 2006; 54 (6): 1127-1132.
  25. H.S. Park, K. Gall and J.A. Zimmerman. Shape Memory and Pseudoelasticity in Metal Nanowires, Physical Review Letters 2005; 95:255504. (Also selected for publication in the Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science and Technology, Dec. 25, 2005.)
  26. H.S. Park and J.A. Zimmerman. Modeling Inelasticity and Failure in Gold Nanowires, Physical Review B 2005; 72:054106.

Bridging Scale Papers

  1. D.E. Farrell, H.S. Park and W.K. Liu. Implementation Aspects of the Bridging Scale Method and Application to Intersonic Crack Propagation, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 2007; 71:583-605.
  2. E.G. Karpov, H.S. Park and W.K. Liu. A Phonon Heat Bath Approach for the Atomistic and Multiscale Simulation of Solids, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 2007; 70:351-378.
  3. E.G. Karpov, H. Yu, H.S. Park, W.K. Liu, J. Wang and D. Qian. Multiscale Boundary Conditions in Crystalline Solids: Theory and Application to Nanoindentation, International Journal of Solids and Structures 2006; 43:6359-6379.
  4. W.K. Liu, H.S. Park, D. Qian, E.G. Karpov, H. Kadowaki and G.J. Wagner. Bridging Scale Methods for Nanomechanics and Materials, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 2006; 195:1407-1421. (Invited paper: Special Issue In Honor of the 60th Birthday of Prof. T.J.R. Hughes).
  5. H.S. Park, E.G. Karpov, P.A. Klein and W.K.Liu. Three-Dimensional Bridging Scale Analysis of Dynamic Fracture, Journal of Computational Physics 2005; 207:588-609.
  6. H.S. Park, E.G. Karpov and W.K. Liu. Non-reflecting Boundary Conditions for Atomistic, Continuum and Coupled Atomistic/Continuum Simulations, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 2005; 64:237-259.
  7. H.S. Park, E.G. Karpov, W.K. Liu and P.A. Klein. The Bridging Scale for Two-Dimensional Atomistic/Continuum Coupling, Philosophical Magazine 2005; 85 (1): 79-113.
  8. H.S. Park, E.G. Karpov and W.K. Liu. A Temperature Equation for Coupled Atomistic/Continuum Simulations, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 2004; 193: 1713-1732. (Invited paper: Special Issue on Multiple Scale Methods for Nanoscale Mechanics and Materials).
  9. H.S. Park and W.K. Liu. An Introduction and Tutorial on Multiple Scale Analysis in Solids, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 2004; 193: 1733-1772. (Invited paper: Special Issue on Multiple Scale Methods for Nanoscale Mechanics and Materials).
  10. W.K. Liu, E.G. Karpov, S. Zhang and H.S. Park. An Introduction to Computational Nano Mechanics and Materials, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 2004; 193: 1529-1578. (Invited paper: Special Issue on Multiple Scale Methods for Nanoscale Mechanics and Materials).

Meshfree Papers

  1. S. Hao, H.S. Park and W.K. Liu. Moving Particle Finite Element Method, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 2002; 53:1937-1958.

Invited Chapters in Books

  1. H.S. Park and P.A. Klein. Multiscale Models for Surface Effects on Nanomaterials, Springer Series: Challenges and Advances in Computational Chemistry and Physics, editor Jerzy Leszczynski, Springer 2008.
  2. W.K. Liu, H.S. Park, E.G. Karpov and D.E. Farrell. Bridging Scale Method and its Applications, Meshfree Methods for Partial Differential Equations III, editors M. Griebel and M.A. Schweitzer, Springer 2007, ISBN: 3540462147.
  3. W.K. Liu and H.S. Park. Bridging Scale Methods for Computational Nanotechnology, Handbook of Theoretical and Computational Nanotechnology, editors M. Rieth and W. Schommers, 2006, ISBN: 1-58883-042-X.
  4. W.K. Liu, L.T. Zhang, E.G. Karpov, H. Kadowaki and H.S Park. Bridging Scale Methods, Springer Lecture Notes in Computational Science and Engineering, editors T. Barth, M. Griebel, D.E. Keyes, R.M. Nieminen, D. Roose and T. Schlick, 2005, ISSN: 1439-7358.
  5. W.K. Liu, H.S. Park, E.G. Karpov, H. Kadowaki, G.J. Wagner, D. Qian and S. Li. Bridging Scale Mechanics and Materials, Finite Element Methods: 1970s and Beyond–A book dedicated to Thomas J.R. Hughes, editors L.P. Franca, T.E. Tezduyar and A. Masud. International Center for Numerical Methods and Engineering (CINME), ISBN: 84-95999-49-8, 72-88 2004.

Books

  1. W.K. Liu, E.G. Karpov and H.S. Park. Nano Mechanics and Materials: Theory, Multiscale Methods and Applications, John Wiley and Sons, ISBN:0-470-01851-8, 2006.

Edited Journal Special Issues

  1. Special issue on Recent Advances in Computational Study of Nanostructures, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 2008; 197:3173-3418 (co-editors J. Fish, H.E. Fang and H. Huang).