Jason Armstrong

Teaching Assistant Professor

Contact Information

233 Bell Hall

716-645-3541

jna4@buffalo.edu

Education

Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, University at Buffalo, 2010

Courses Taught

Materials Science, Test and Measurement, CAD

Research Interests

Physical properties of atomic point contacts, scanning probe microscopy (SPM) and metrology, materials for transducers (sensors & actuators)

Selected Publications

  • “Anisotropic Curie temperature materials” Jason N. Armstrong, Susan Z. Hua, and Harsh Deep Chopra, Physica Status Solidi B. 250, 387 (2013).
  • “Physical properties of a two-component system at the Fermi and Sharvin length scales” Jason N. Armstrong, Eric M. Gande, John W. Vinti, Susan Z. Hua, Harsh Deep Chopra, Journal of Applied Physics. 112, 104320 (2012).
  • “Strength of metals at the Fermi length scale” Jason N. Armstrong, Susan Z. Hua, Harsh Deep Chopra Physica Status Solidi (RRL) Rapid Research Letters. 6, 99 (2012).
  • “Mechanics of quantum and Sharvin conductors” Jason N. Armstrong, Susan Z. Hua, and Harsh Deep Chopra, Physical Review B 83, 235422 (2011).
  • “Cooperative motion of domain walls in magnetic multilayers” Jason N. Armstrong, Susan Z. Hua, and Harsh Deep Chopra, Physical Review B 83, 054426 (2011).
  • “Channel saturation and conductance quantization in single-atom gold constrictions” Jason N. Armstrong, R. M. Schaub, Susan Z. Hua, and Harsh Deep Chopra, Physical Review B 82, 195416 (2010).