Ishraq Shabib
Ishraq ShabibAssistant Professor
Mechanical Engineering
ET Building 137
989-774-3692



Education
  • Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, Carleton University, Ontario, Canada, 2009
  • M.A.Sc., Mechanical Engineering, Carleton University, Ontario, Canada, 2005
  • B.S., Mechanical Engineering, BUET, Bangladesh, 2001
Professional Interests
Deformation behavior and properties of nanocrystalline materials, irradiation induced damage of structural materials, atomistic and multi-scale modeling of crystal defects
Teaching Areas
Dynamics, System Dynamics, Mechanics of Materials, Finite Element Analysis, Materials Science, Mechanical Design, Numerical Analysis
Selected Publications
  • I. Shabib, R.E. Miller, "Deformation characteristics and stress-strain response of nanotwinned Cu," Acta Materialia, 57: 4364-4373, 2009.
  • I. Shabib, R.E. Miller, "Molecular Dynamics Study of Twin Width, Grain Size, and Temperature Effects on the Toughness of Nanotwinned Copper," Modeling and Simulation of Materials Science and Engineering, 17, 055009, 2009.
  • M.R. Khan, H. Mahfuz, A. Adnan, I. Shabib, and T. Leventouri, Elastic Properties of UHMWPE-SWCNT Nanocomposites' Fiber: An Experimental, Theoretic, and Molecular Dynamics Evaluation, Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance, 2012, DOI: 10.1007/s11665-013-0471-9.
  • K.P. Boyle and I. Shabib, "Temperature Dependence of Defect Production Efficiency in  α-Fe," published in the 5th International Symposium on Supercritical Water-Cooled Reactors Proceedings, March 13-16, 2011. Vancouver, Canada.
  • I. Shabib, R.E. Miller, "Deformation characteristics and stress-strain response of copper nanotwinned structure," published in the CSME (The Canadian Society for Mechanical Engineering) Forum 2008 Conference proceedings, June 5-8, 2008, Ottawa, ON.
  • I. Shabib, K. Chen, R. Miller and L.R. Zhao, "Multi-scale Modeling of the Indentation of Nickel-Aluminum nano-layers," published in the 20th CANCAM (Canadian Congress of Applied Mechanics) conference proceedings, pp. 131-132, May 30-June 2, 2005, Montreal, QC.​