1. 1.D. Chen, and Y. Kulkarni, Effect of impurities on grain boundary motion from interface random walk, In Review (2017).

  1. 2.F. Hammami and Y. Kulkarni, Rate dependence of grain boundary sliding via time-scaling atomistic simulations, Journal of Applied Physics, 121, 085303 (2017). (pdf)

  1. 3.S. Jiao, and Y. Kulkarni, Molecular dynamics study of creep mechanisms in nanotwinned metals, Computational Materials Science, 110, 254 (2015). (pdf)

  1. 4.D. Chen, and Y. Kulkarni, Entropic interaction between fluctuating twin boundaries, Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, 84, 59 (2015). (pdf)

  1. 5.D. Chen, and Y. Kulkarni, Atomistic study of the thermal stress due to twin boundaries,    Journal of Applied Mechanics, 82, 021005 (2015). (pdf)

  1. 6.T. Sinha, and Y. Kulkarni, Alternating brittle and ductile response of twin boundaries in nanotwinned structures, Journal of Applied Physics, 116, 183505 (2014). (pdf)

  1. 7.F. Hammami, and Y. Kulkarni, Size effects in twinned nanopillars, Journal of Applied Physics, 116, 033512 (2014). (pdf)

  1. 8.S. Tang, and Y. Kulkarni, The interplay between strain and size effects on the thermal conductance of grain boundaries in graphene, Applied Physics Letters, 103, 213113 (2013). (pdf)

  1. 9.D. Chen, and Y. Kulkarni, Elucidating the kinetics of twin boundaries from thermal fluctuations, MRS Communications, 3, 241 (2013). (pdf)

  1. 10.J. Bezares, S. Jiao, Y. Liu, D. Bufford, L. Lu, X. Zhang, Y. Kulkarni and R.J. Asaro, Indentation of nano-twinned FCC metals: Implications for nano-twin stability, Acta Materialia,  60, 4623 (2012). (pdf)

  1. 11.Y. Kulkarni, Coarse-graining of atomistic description at finite temperature using formal asymptotics, International Journal of Multiscale Computational Engineering, 10, 13 (2012). Invited. (pdf)

  1. 12.T. Sinha, and Y. Kulkarni, Anomalous deformation twinning in FCC metals at high temperatures, Journal of Applied Physics, 109, 114315 (2011). (pdf)

  1. 13.C. Arevalo, Y. Kulkarni, M.P. Ariza, M. Ortiz, J. Knap, J. Marian, Quasicontinuum method at finite temperature applied to the study of nanovoids evolution in fcc crystals, Progress in Industrial Mathematics at ECMI 2008, 15, 709 (2010).

  1. 14.Y. Kulkarni, and R.J. Asaro, Are some nano-twinned FCC metals optimal for strength and grain stability, Acta Materialia, 57, 4835 (2009). (pdf)

  1. 15.Y. Kulkarni, R.J. Asaro, and D. Farkas, Are nano-twinned structures in FCC metals optimal for strength, ductility, and grain stability, Scripta Materialia, 60, 532 (2009). (pdf)

  1. 16.R.J. Asaro, D. Farkas, and Y. Kulkarni, The Soret effect in diffusion in crystals, Acta Materialia, 56, 1243 (2008). (pdf)

  1. 17.R.J. Asaro, and Y. Kulkarni, Are rate sensitivity and strength effected by cross-slip in nano-twinned FCC metals, Scripta Materialia, 58, 389 (2008). (pdf)

  1. 18.Y. Kulkarni, J. Knap, and M. Ortiz, A variational approach to coarse-graining of equilibrium and non-equilibrium atomistic description at finite temperature, Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, 56, 1417 (2008). (pdf)