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Books, Chapters in Handbooks & Topical Books and Proceedings

BOOK (EDITOR/AUTHOR) AND CHAPTER

 

1.      Y. Bar-Cohen (Volume Editor and author/co-author of 8 chapters and subchapters), "Automation, Miniature Robotics and Sensors for Nondestructive Evaluation and Testing," Volume 4 of the Topics on NDE (TONE) Series, American Society for Nondestructive Testing, Columbus, OH, ISBN 1-57117-043 (2000), 481 pages.

1.1.      Y. Bar-Cohen, “Introduction,” Chapter 1, ibid, pp.1-14.

1.2.      Y. Bar-Cohen, “Background,” Section 3.1, of Chapter 3 “Crawlers and Portable Scanners,” ibid, pp. 49-52

1.3.      Y. Bar-Cohen and P. Backes, "Robotic crawler with open architecture,” Section 3.2, Chapter 3 “Crawlers and Portable Scanners,” ibid, pp. 43-59.

1.4.      Y. Bar-Cohen, “Sensors for NDE - Review,” Section 4.1, Chapter 4 “Sensors,” ibid, pp. 103-118.

1.5.      S. Sherrit, Y. Bar-Cohen, and X. Bao, “Ultrasonic Materials, Actuators and Motors (USM),” Section 5.2, Chapter 5 “Actuators,” Ibid, pp. 215-228

1.6.      Y. Bar-Cohen, and S. Leary, “Electroactive polymer (EAP) Actuators,” Section 5.3, Chapter 5 “Actuators,” ibid, pp. 233-245

1.7.      Y. Bar-Cohen, “Robotics and Automatic NDE,” Section 10.1, Chapter 10: “Future Trends in Robotics and Automated NDE,” ibid, pp. 452-452.

1.8.      Y. Bar-Cohen, C. Mavroidis, C. Pfeiffer, C. Culbert and D. F. Magruder, “Robotics and Automatic NDE,” ibid, Section 10.3, Chapter 10: “Future Trends in Robotics and Automated NDE,” pp. 461-467.

 

2.      Y. Bar-Cohen (Book Editor and author/(co)author of 5 of the 21 chapters), “Electroactive Polymer (EAP) Actuators as Artificial Muscles - Reality, Potential and Challenges,” ISBN 0-8194-4054-X, SPIE Press, Bellingham, WA, Vol. PM98, (March 2001), 671 pages.

2.1.      Y. Bar-Cohen, “EAP History, Current Status and Outlook,” Topic 1, Chapter 1, pp. 3-44, ibid.

2.2.      Y. Bar-Cohen, V. Olazábal, J. Sansiñena, and J. Hinkley “Processing and Support Techniques,” Topic 6, Chapter 14, pp. 405-453, ibid.

2.3.      S. Sherrit and Y. Bar-Cohen, “Methods of Testing and Characterization,” Topic 6, Chapter 15, pp. 567-594, ibid.

2.4.      C. Mavroidis, Y. Bar-Cohen, and M. Bouzit, “Haptic Interfacing via ElectroRheological Fluids,” Topic 7, Chapter 19, pp. 567-594, ibid.

2.5.      Y. Bar-Cohen, “EAP Applications, Potentials, and Challenges,” Topic 8, Chapter 21, pp. 615-659, ibid.

 

2nd EDITION – significant revision and update of the first one

2a. Y. Bar-Cohen (Book Editor and author/(co)author of 5 of the 21 chapters), “Electroactive Polymer (EAP) Actuators as Artificial Muscles - Reality, Potential and Challenges,” 2nd Edition (the 1st Edition was published in 2001), ISBN 0-8194-5297-1, SPIE Press, Bellingham, WA, Vol. PM136, (March 2004), 765 pages http://spie.org/x648.xml?product_id=547465&search_text=bar-cohen&category=Press

2a.1  Y. Bar-Cohen, “EAP History, Current Status and Outlook,”Topic 1, Chapter 1, pp. 3-50

2a.2  Y. Bar-Cohen, V. Olazábal, J. Sansiñena, and J. Hinkley, “Processing and Support Techniques,” Topic 6, Chapter 14, pp. 431-463

2a.3  S. Sherrit, X. Bao and Y. Bar-Cohen, “Methods of Testing and Characterization,” Topic 6, Chapter 15, pp. 467-526

2a.4  C. Mavroidis, Y. Bar-Cohen, and M. Bouzit, “Haptic Interfacing via ElectroRheological Fluids,” Topic 7, Chapter 19, pp. 659-685

2a.5  Y. Bar-Cohen, “EAP Applications, Potentials, and Challenges,” Topic 8, Chapter 21, pp. 709-756

 

3.      Y. Bar-Cohen and C. Breazeal (Book Editors /(co)author of 4 of the 11 chapters), “Biologically-Inspired Intelligent Robots,” SPIE Press, Bellingham WA, Vol. PM122, ISBN 0-8194-4872-9 (May 2003), 393 pages. Outline details on: http://ndeaa.jpl.nasa.gov/ndeaa-pub/Biomimetics/Biomimetic-robots-outline.pdf

3.1   C. Breazeal, MIT; and Y. Bar-Cohen, “Biomimetic Intelligent Robots – Introduction,” Chapter 1, ibid, pp. 1-24.

3.2   K. Meijer, Y. Bar-Cohen, and R. Full, “Biological Inspiration For Muscle Like Actuators of Robots,” Chapter 2, ibid, pp. 25-45.

3.3   A. Fisch, C. Mavroidis, Y. Bar-Cohen, and J. Melli-Huber, “Haptic and Telepresence Robotics” Chapter 4, ibid, pp. 73-101.

3.4   Y. Bar-Cohen, and C. Breazeal, “Outlook for the Technology of Intelligent Biomimetic Robots,” Chapter 11, ibid, pp. 351-380.

 

4.   Y. Bar-Cohen, (Book Editor / author of 3 chapters out of 20), “Biomimetics - Biologically Inspired Technologies,” CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida, ISBN 0849331633, (Nov. 2005), 527 pages.

      http://ndeaa.jpl.nasa.gov/ndeaa-pub/Biomimetics/Biologically-Inspired-Technology.pdf

4.1   Y. Bar-Cohen, “Introduction to Biomimetics: The wealth of inventions in Nature as an inspiration for humans innovation,” Chapter 1, ibid. pp. 1-40.

4.2   Y. Bar-Cohen, “Artificial muscles using Electroactive Polymers (EAP),” Chapter 10, ibid, pp. 267-290.

4.2   Y. Bar-Cohen, “Biomimetics - Reality, Challenges, and Outlook,” Chapter 20, ibid, pp. 495-513.

 

5.   Y. Bar-Cohen and D. Hanson, “The Coming Robot Revolution - Expectations and Fears About Emerging Intelligent, Humanlike Machines“, Springer, New York, NY, ISBN:  978-0-387-85348-2, (Feb. 2009), 174 pages   

 

6.   Y. Bar-Cohen and K. Zacny (Book Editors/ coauthor of 4 chapters out of 10), “Drilling in Extreme Environments - Penetration and Sampling on Earth and Other Planets,” Wiley – VCH, Hoboken, NJ, ISBN-10: 3527408525, ISBN-13: 9783527408528, (July 2009) 827 pages.

6.1 Y. Bar-Cohen and K. Zacny, “Drills as tools for media penetration and sampling,” Chapter 1, ibid, pp. 1-30.

6.2 K. Zacny, Y. Bar-Cohen, K. Davis, P. Coste, G. Paulsen, S. Sherrit, J. George, B. Derkowski, S. Gorevan, D. Boucher, J. Guerrero, T. Kubota, B. J. Thomson, S. Stanley, P. Thomas, N. Lan, C. McKay, T. C. Onstot, C. Stoker, B. Glass, S. Wakabayashi, L. Whyte, G. Visentin, E. Re, L. Richter, M. Badescu, X. Bao, R. Fincher, T. Hoshino, P. Magnani, and C. Menon “Extraterrestrial Drilling and Excavation,” Chapter 6, ibid, pp.  347-558.

6.3 K. Zacny, A. Diaz-Calderon, P.G. Backes, K. Davis, C. Leger, E. Mumm, E. Tunstel, J. Herman, G. Paulsen, and Y. Bar-Cohen, “Planetary sample handling and processing ,” Chapter 7, ibid, pp. 559-706.

6.4 Y. Bar-Cohen and K. Zacny, “Drilling capabilities, challenges and future possibilities,” Chapter 10, ibid, pp. 741-754.

 

7.   Y. Bar-Cohen (Book Editor and author of 5 chapters out of 20), Biomimetics: Nature-Based Innovation,  ISBN: 9781439834763, ISBN 10: 1439834768, CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, Boca Raton, Florida (Sept. 2011), pp. 1-788. http://www.crcpress.com/product/isbn/9781439834763;jsessionid=I+s2BjGXHzPTWkYWUhDtxw**

7.1   Y. Bar-Cohen, “Introduction: Nature as a source for inspiration of innovation,” Chapter 1, ibid, pp. 1-34 

7.2   Y. Bar-Cohen, “Electroactive polymer (EAP) actuators as artificial muscles,” Chapter 6, ibid, pp. 213-244. 

7.3   Y. Bar-Cohen, “Refreshable Braille Displays (RBDs) Actuated by Electroactive Polymers (EAP),” Chapter 7, ibid, pp. 245-266. 

7.4   Y. Bar-Cohen, “Humanlike robots - capabilities, potentials and challenges,” Chapter 16, ibid, pp. 477-494. 

7.5   Y. Bar-Cohen, “Biomimetics - Reality, Challenges, and Outlook,” Chapter 20, ibid, pp. 293-714. 

 

8.   Y. Bar-Cohen (Book Editor and (co)author of 5 chapters of the 17 chapters), High Temperature Materials and Mechanisms, ISBN 13: 9781466566453, ISBN 10: 1466566450, CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, Boca Raton, Florida (March 2014)  http://www.crcpress.com/product/isbn/9781466566453

8.1    Y. Bar-Cohen, “High Temperatures Materials and Mechanisms -Introduction”, Chapter 1, pp. 1-16.

8.2    Y. Bar-Cohen, and R. Cormia, “Characterization of High Temperature Materials”, Chapter 7, pp. 193-222.

8.3    Y. Bar-Cohen, J. D. Lekki, H. J. Lee, X. Bao, Stewart Sherrit, S.-S. Lih, M. Badescu, A. Gyekenyesi, G. Hunter, M. Woike, and G. Adamovsky, “Nondestructive evaluation (NDE) and health monitoring of high temperature materials and structures”, Chapter 8, pp.223-280.

8.4    Y. Bar-Cohen, X. Bao, M. Badescu, S. Sherrit, K. Zacny, N. Kumar, T. Shrout and S. Zhang, “High temperature drilling mechanisms”, Chapter 14, pp. 427-466.

8.5    Y. Bar-Cohen, “High temperature materials and mechanisms - applications and challenges”, Chapter 17, pp. 499-512.

 

9.   Y. Bar-Cohen (Book Editor and coauthor of 7 Chapters), Low Temperature Materials and Mechanisms, ISBN-10: 1498700381, ISBN-13: 978-1498700382, CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, Boca Raton, Florida, July 2016, 500 pages, http://www.crcpress.com/product/isbn/9781498700382

9.1 Y. Bar-Cohen, and R. Radebaugh, “Low temperatures materials and mechanisms – Introduction”, Chapter 1, pp. 1-9.

9.2 Y. Bar-Cohen, JPL; W. Kinzy Jones, and Robert Cormia, “Characterization of Low Temperature Materials”, Chapter 4, pp. 55-78.

9.3 Y. Bar-Cohen, V. Sloan, T. D. Rolin, and T. Guettinger, “NDE and structural health monitoring for low temperatures applications”, Chapter 5, pp. 79-107.

9.4 J. Flynn and Y. Bar-Cohen, “Low temperature motors and actuators – Design considerations and a case study”, Chapter 8, pp. 213-227.

9.5 J. C. Castillo, Y. Bar-Cohen, S. Vance, S. Kedar, M. Choukroun, H. J. Lee, X. Bao, M. Badescu, and S. Sherrit, M. G. Trainer and S. Getty, “Sample handling and instruments for the in-situ exploration of ice-rich planets”, Chapter 9, pp. 229-269.

9.6 K. Zacny, G. Paulsen, Y. Bar-Cohen, X. Bao, M. Badescu, H. Jae Lee, S. Sherrit, V. Zagorodnov, L. Thompson, P. Talalay, “Drilling and breaking ice”, Chapter 10, pp. 347.

9.7 R. Radebaugh, and Y. Bar-Cohen, “Low temperature materials and mechanisms - applications and challenges”, Chapter 15, pp. 437-475.

 

10. Y. Bar-Cohen (Book Editor and (co)author of 3 Chapters), Advances in manufacturing and processing of materials and structures, CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, Boca Raton, Florida. Expected to be published in 2017.

 

Chapters of Handbook and Topical Books

1.      Y. Bar‑Cohen, "Non‑Destructive Testing of Composite Materials," in Composite Materials 1972‑1982 (Center for Technology and Interdisciplinary Forecasting, Tel‑Aviv University, Israel, (1972), pp. 137‑164.

2.      Y. Bar‑Cohen, "Ultrasonic NDE of Composites ‑ A Review," Solid Mechanics Research for Quantitative NDE, J. D. Achenbach, and Y. Rajapakse (Eds.) Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Boston, (1987), pp. 187‑201.

3.      Y. Bar‑Cohen and A. K. Mal, "Ultrasonic Inspection," Vol. 17, 9th Edition, Metals Handbook, NDE and Quality Control, ASM International, Metals Park, OH, 1989, pp. 231‑277.

4.      G. R. Robertson, C. W. Miles, and Y. Bar‑Cohen, "Ultrasonic Technology: Systems and Applications," Chapter 18, Non‑Topographic Photogrammetry, 2nd Edition, H. M. Karara (Ed.), The American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, (1989), pp. 305‑320.

5.      Y. Bar‑Cohen and A. K. Mal, "End Product NDE of Adhesive Bonded Composite Joints," ASM International Handbook, Vol. 3, Adhesive and Sealant, Section 9: NDE and QA, Subsection 4, (1990), pp. 777‑784.

6.      Y. Bar‑Cohen, "Nondestructive Inspection and Quality Control," ASM International Handbook, Vol. 3, Adhesive and Sealant, Section 9, (1990), pp. 727‑798.

7.      A. K. Mal, M. R. Karim and Y. Bar-Cohen, "Determination of the Properties of Composite Interfaces by an Ultrasonic Method," Science of Composite Interfaces, R.G. Brand, et al (Ed.), Elsevier Science Publishers, London (1990) pp. 155-164.

8.      Y. Bar‑Cohen, "Ultrasonic Pulse‑Echo Immersion Techniques," Nondestructive Testing Handbook, Vol. 7: Ultrasonic Testing, Section 8, B. Green Jr. (Ed.), American Society for NDT, Columbus, OH (1991) pp. 220‑266.

9.      A. K. Mal, M. R. Karim, and Y. Bar‑Cohen, "Determination of Dynamic Elastic Moduli of Composite Materials by Leaky Lamb Wave Experiment," International Advances in NDT, Vol. 16, W. J. McGonnagle (Ed.), Gordon and Breach Science Publishers, Philadelphia, (1991) pp. 77-101.

10.  Y. Bar‑Cohen, D. R. Johnson, A. K. Mal, and R. McClung, "Ultrasonic Testing Applications in Advanced Materials and Processes," Nondestructive Testing Handbook, Vol. 7, Section 15, ibid, pp. 506‑549.

11.  Y. Bar-Cohen, et al, "Special Acoustic Nondestructive Testing Methods", Sect. 5, Vol. 9, ASNT Nondestructive Testing Handbook, "Special NDT Methods", R. K. Stanley and P. Moore (Eds.), American Society for Nondestructive Testing, Columbus, OH (1995), pp. 119-301.

12.  Y. Bar-Cohen, A. S. Birks, F. Chang and M. J. Golis, “Ultrasonic Pulse Echo Techniques”, Sections 11, Nondestructive Testing Handbook, Second Edition, Volume 10, Nondestructive Testing Overview, American Society for Nondestructive Testing, Columbus, OH (1996), pp. 380-424.

13.  M. Shahinpoor, Y. Bar-Cohen, J. O. Simpson and J. Smith, "Ionic Polymer-Metal Composites (IPMC) As Biomimetic Sensors and Actuators-Artificial Muscles," Field Responsive Polymers, ACS Symposium, Series 726, I.M. Khan and J.S. Harrison, (Eds) Oxford University Press, (1999) pp 25-50.

14.  Y. Bar-Cohen, “Electroactive polymers as artificial muscles - capabilities, potentials and challenges,” Section 10 in Chapter 8, “Motion” paper #134, Handbook on Biomimetics, Yoshihito Osada (Chief Ed.), publisher: NTS Inc., Sept. 2000, pp. 936-950 (in Japanese).

15.  Y. Bar-Cohen, R. Bossi, D. Bowles, T. Drake, D. Emaheiser, G. Georgeson, E. Henneke, R. Engelbart, S.-S. Lih and A. K. Mal, S. Shepard, and J. Tucker, “Quality Assurance,” “Nondestructive Evaluation,” ASM Handbook, Vol. 21: Composites, ASM International, ISBN: 0-87170-703-9, (2001), pp. 699-725.

16.  Y. Bar-Cohen, “Artificial Muscle using Electroactive-Polymer (EAP) as Actuation Materials,” Chapter I.2.5 in Y. Osada (Ed.), Soft Actuators, NTS Inc., Tokyo, Japan (October 4, 2004) pp. 136-155 (in Japanese).

17.  Y. Bar-Cohen, “Electroactive polymers as artificial muscles,” Chapter 4.0 of Compliant Structures in Nature and Engineering, C. H. M. Jenkins (Ed), WIT Press, Southampton, UK, ISBN 1-85312-941-0, (Sept. 2005), pp. 69-81

18.  A. Vinogradov, J. Su, Y. Bar-Cohen, C. H. M. Jenkins and Eric Pollard, “Functional Materials for Smart Gossamer Spacecraft,” in C. H. M. Jenkins (Ed), Recent Advances in Gossamer Spacecraft, Progress in Astronautics and Aeronautics Series, 212, AIAA Press, ISBN: 1-56347-777-7, (2006) pp. 165-190.

19.  Y. Bar-Cohen, “Focused Beam Immersion Techniques,” Chapter 3, Part 5, in the Nondestructive Testing Handbook, Vol. 7, “Ultrasonic Testing”, P. O. Moore (Ed.), 3d Edition, ASNT Press, (2007) pp. 95-99.

20.  Y. Bar-Cohen, B. B. Brenden, and G. P. Singh, “Ultrasonic Scanning,” Chapter 7 in the Nondestructive Testing Handbook, Vol. 7, “Ultrasonic Testing”, P. O. Moore (Ed.), 3d Edition, ASNT Press, (2007) pp. 261-303.

21.  Y. Bar‑Cohen, A. K. Mal, and Donald J. Roth, "Ultrasonic Testing Applications in Advanced Materials," Chapter 9 in the Nondestructive Testing Handbook, Vol. 7, “Ultrasonic Testing”, P. O. Moore (Ed.), 3d Edition, ASNT Press, (2007) pp. 357-397.

22.  Y. Bar-Cohen, “Electroactive Polymers as Actuators,” Part1, Chapter 9 in K. Uchino (Ed.), The Science and Technology of Advanced Piezoelectric Materials, ISBN 1845695348, ISBN-13: 978184569 5347, Woodhead Publishing Limited, Cambridge, UK (2010).

23.  K. Zacny and Y. Bar-Cohen, “Drilling and excavation for construction and in situ resource utilization,” Chapter 15 in V. Badescu (Ed.), Mars: Prospective Energy and Material Resources, ISBN-10: 3642036287; ISBN-13: 978-3642036286, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Germany (January 11, 2010), pp. 431-459.

24.  Y. Bar-Cohen, “Electroactive Polymers,” Chapter 8 in K. Uchino (Ed.), The Science and Technology of Advanced Piezoelectric Materials, Woodhead Publishing Limited, Cambridge, UK, IPBN 978-1-84569-534-7, and CRC Press LLC, Boca Raton, FL, ISBN 978-1-4398-2140-3 (2010) pp. 287-317.

25.  Y. Bar-Cohen, "Humanlike Robots,” Chapter 2 in R. Allan (Ed.), Bulletproof Feathers – A fascinating guide to biomimetics, the art and science of stealing nature’s design solutions, The Ivy Press Limited, East Sussex, UK (2010) pp. 44-65.

26.  Y. Bar-Cohen, "Electroactive Polymers (EAP) as actuators for aerospace engineering,” Chapter 4.3.7 in Section 4.3: “Active Materials,” of R. Blockley and W. Shyy, Encyclopedia of Aerospace Engineering, ISBN 978-0-470075440-0, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Chichester, UK,  (2010), pp. 2467-2474.

27.  Y. Bar-Cohen, "Electroactive Polymers (EAP) as actuators for aerospace engineering,” Chapter 4.3.7 in Section 4.3: “Active Materials,” of R. Blockley and W. Shyy, Encyclopedia of Aerospace Engineering, ISBN 978-0-470075440-0, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Chichester, UK,  (2010), pp. 2467-2474.

28.  Y. Bar-Cohen, “Electroactive Polymers (EAP) as biomimetic actuators,” Section B: Biomimetic Muscles and Actuators, Chapter in B. Bhushan (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Nanotechnology, ISBN-10: 904819752X, ISBN-13: 978-9048197521, Springer; Berlin, Germany (August 16, 2012), pp. 285-290

29.  Y. Bar-Cohen, "Biologically Inspired Technologies for Aeronautics", Chapter 2 in T. M. Young (Ed.), Innovation in Aeronautics, Woodhead Publishing Limited, Cambridge, UK, (2012).

30.  Y. Bar-Cohen, "Humanlike Robots: Synthetically Mimicking Humans”, Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Mechanics Series, Mechanics of Biological Systems and Materials, Volume 5, Chapter 9, ISBN: 9781461444268, Springer-Verlag New York Inc., (2012), pp. 57-61

31.  Y. Bar-Cohen, X. Bao, M. Badescu, S. Sherrit, H. J. Lee, K. Zacny, N. Kumar, and E. Mumm, “Drilling and sample transfer mechanisms for potential missions to Venus”, Chapter 8 in V. Badescu and K. Zacny (Eds), Inner Solar System. Prospective Energy and Material Resources, Springer-Verlag, Switzerland, ISBN-10: 3319195689, ISBN-13: 978-3319195681, (July 2015), pp.163-187.

32.  Y. Bar-Cohen, S. Sherrit, M. Badescu, H. J. Lee, and X. Bao, “Drilling mechanisms using piezoelectric actuators”, Chapter 11 in V. Badescu and K. Zacny, Outer Solar System. Prospective Energy and Material Resources, Springer-Verlag, to be published.

 

 

 

EDITOR/CO-EDITOR OF CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

SPIE

EAPAD Conferences

1.      Y. Bar-Cohen, (Ed.), Proceedings of the SPIE’s Electroactive Polymer Actuators and Devices Conf., 6th Smart Structures and Materials Symposium, Vol. 3669, ISBN 0-8194-3143-5, (1999), pp. 1-414.

2.      Y. Bar-Cohen, (Ed.), Proceedings of the 2rd SPIE’s Electroactive Polymer Actuators and Devices Conf., 7th Smart Structures and Materials Symposium, Vol. 3987, ISBN 0-8194-3605-4 (2000), pp 1-360.

3.      Y. Bar-Cohen (Ed.), Proceedings of the 3rd SPIE’s Electroactive Polymer Actuators and Devices, 8th Smart Structures and Materials Symposium, Vol. 4329, ISBN 0-8194-4015-9 (2001), pp. 1-524.

4.      Y. Bar-Cohen (Ed.), Proceedings of the 4th SPIE’s Electroactive Polymer Actuators and Devices, 9th Smart Structures and Materials Symposium, Vol. 4695, ISBN 0-8194-4443-X (2002). pp. 1-506.

5.      Y. Bar-Cohen (Ed.), Proceedings of the 5th SPIE’s Electroactive Polymer Actuators and Devices, 10th Smart Structures and Materials Symposium, Vol. 5051, ISBN 0-8194-4856-7 (2003), pp. 1-556.

6.      Y. Bar-Cohen (Ed.), Proceedings of the 6th SPIE’s Electroactive Polymer Actuators and Devices, 11th Smart Structures and Materials Symposium, Vol. 5385, ISBN 0-8194-5302-1 (2004), pp. 1-572.

7.      Y. Bar-Cohen (Ed.), Proceedings of the 7th SPIE’s Electroactive Polymer Actuators and Devices, 12th Smart Structures and Materials Symposium, Vol. 5759, ISBN 0-8194-5740-X, ISSN 0277-786X (2005) pp. 1-550.

8.      Y. Bar-Cohen (Ed.), Proceedings of the 8th SPIE’s Electroactive Polymer Actuators and Devices, 13th Smart Structures and Materials Symposium, Vol. 6168, ISBN 0-8194-6221-7 (2006) , pp. 1-728

9.      Y. Bar-Cohen (Ed.), Proceedings of the 9th SPIE’s Electroactive Polymer Actuators and Devices, 14th Smart Structures and Materials Symposium, Vol. 6524, ISBN 9780819466457, (2007)

10.  Y. Bar-Cohen (Ed.), Proceedings of the 10th SPIE’s Electroactive Polymer Actuators and Devices, 15th Smart Structures and Materials Symposium, Vol. 6927, ISBN 9780819471130, SPIE digital library, (2008)

11.  Y. Bar-Cohen and Thomas Wallmersperger (Ed.), Proceedings of the 11th SPIE’s Electroactive Polymer Actuators and Devices, 16th Smart Structures and Materials Symposium, Vol. 7287, ISBN 9780819475473, SPIE digital library, (2009)

12.  Y. Bar-Cohen (Ed.), Proceedings of the 12th SPIE’s Electroactive Polymer Actuators and Devices, 17th Smart Structures and Materials Symposium, Vol. 7642, ISBN: 9780819480576, SPIE digital library (2010)

13.  Y. Bar-Cohen and Federico Carpi (Eds.), Proceedings of the 13th SPIE’s Electroactive Polymer Actuators and Devices, 18th Smart Structures and Materials Symposium, Vol. 7976, SPIE digital library 797601 doi:10.1117/12.894740 (2011);

14.  Y. Bar-Cohen (Ed.), Proceedings of the 14th SPIE’s Electroactive Polymer Actuators and Devices, 19th Smart Structures and Materials Symposium, Vol. 8340, , SPIE digital library  #834001, doi: 10.1117/12.966008 (2012)

15.  Y. Bar-Cohen (Ed.), Proceedings of the 15th SPIE’s Electroactive Polymer Actuators and Devices, 20th Smart Structures and Materials Symposium, Vol. 8687 , Part I and II, ISBN: 9780819494702, SPIE digital library  (2013) http://spie.org/x648.html?product_id=977582

16.  Y. Bar-Cohen (Ed.), Proceedings of the 16th SPIE’s Electroactive Polymer Actuators and Devices Conf., 21th Smart Structures and Materials Symposium, Vol. 9056, SPIE digital library, doi: 10.1117/12.2053826 (2014)  http://proceedings.spiedigitallibrary.org/volume.aspx?volumeid=16431

17.  Y. Bar-Cohen (Ed.), Proceedings of the 17th SPIE’s Electroactive Polymer Actuators and Devices Conf., 22th Smart Structures and Materials Symposium, Vol. 9430, ISBN 9781628415339  doi:10.1117/12.2184300 (2015) http://spie.org/Publications/Proceedings/Volume/9430 http://proceedings.spiedigitallibrary.org/volume.aspx?volumeid=17095 

18.  Y. Bar-Cohen and Frédéric Vidal (Eds.), Proceedings of the 18th SPIE’s Electroactive Polymer Actuators and Devices Conf., 23rd Smart Structures and Materials Symposium, Vol. 9798, ISBN 9781510600393, (2016) http://spie.org/Publications/Proceedings/Volume/9798

 

Transducing Materials and Devices Conf.

1.      Y. Bar-Cohen (Ed.), Proceedings of the SPIE's Transducing Materials and Devices Conf., Photonics Fabrication Europe 2002, Vol. 4696, ISBN 0-8194-4741-2 (2002), pp. 1-234.

 

NDE Conferences

1.      S. R. Doctor, Y. Bar-Cohen, and A. E. Aktan (Ed.), Proceedings of the SPIE's Nondestructive Detection and Measurement for Homeland Security, NDE for Health Monitoring and Diagnostics Symposium 2003, Vol. 5048, ISBN 0-8194-4853-2 (2003), pp. 1-154.

2.      A. A. Diaz, A. E. Aktan, H. F. Wu, S. R. Doctor, and Y. Bar-Cohen, (Ed.), Proceedings of the Nondestructive Detection and Measurement for Homeland Security II, ISBN 0-8194-5312-9, Vol. 5395, (2004) pp. 1-152.

3.      A. A. Diaz, A. H. F. Wu, S. R. Doctor, and Y. Bar-Cohen, (Ed.), Proceedings of the Nondestructive Detection and Measurement for Homeland Security, Vol. #5769, ISBN 0-8194-5750-7 (2005) pp. 1-178

4.      A. A. Diaz, H. F. Wu, S. R. Doctor, Y. Bar-Cohen, (Ed), Nonintrusive Inspection, Structures Monitoring, and Smart Systems for Homeland Security, Vol. 6178, ISBN 0-8194-6231-4 (March 2006) pp. 1-146

 

MRS

1.      Q.M. Zhang, T. Furukawa, Y. Bar-Cohen, and J. Scheinbeim (Eds.), “Electroactive Polymers (EAP),” ISBN 1-55899-508-0, 1999 MRS Symposium Proceedings, Vol. 600, Warrendale, PA, (2001), pp 1-336.

2.      Y. Bar-Cohen, Q.M. Zhang, E. Fukada, S. Bauer, D. B. Chrisey, and S. C. Danorth (Eds.), “Electroactive Polymers (EAP) and Rapid Prototyping,” ISBN 1-55899-634-6, 2001 MRS Symposium Proceedings, Vol. 698, Warrendale, PA, (2003), pp 1-359.

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