Matthew G. Hennessy

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A unified patterning strategy via frontal photopolymerization (FPP) that is robust to a wide range of radical photopolymerizing systems, including thiol-ene and acrylic monomers is reported. The factors governing the spatiotemporal solidification process, including front position, profile shape, and thermal effects, are investigated and modeled(More)
Ultrasound-driven bubbles can cause significant deformation of soft viscoelastic layers, for instance in surface cleaning and biomedical applications. The effect of the viscoelastic properties of a boundary on the bubble-boundary interaction has been explored only qualitatively, and remains poorly understood. We investigate the dynamic deformation of a(More)
A neuron is a complex living cell, with intricate ion dynamics and vast system of treelike branches called dendrites. Mathematical models of a neuron often group the soma and dendrites into a single compartment, thereby simplifying the governing dynamical system. This however, does not explicitly consider the spatial extent of the dendrites and assumes that(More)
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