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Robert J Loomis Iii

PhD Candidate, University of Louisville Robert J Loomis III


  • Fundamentals of Microfabrication & MEMS (ME 543)
  • Advanced Engineering Mathmatics I (ME 565)
  • Advanced Engineering Mathmatics II (ME 566)
  • Mechanics of Micromachines (ME 575)
  • Artificial Neural Systems (ECE 614)
  • Human Movement (ME 651)
  • Human Biodynamics (ME 652)
  • Nanotechnology (ECE 674)


  • Stimuli-responsive transformation in carbon nanotube/expanding microsphere–polymer composites
  • Graphene nanoplatelet based photomechanical actuators
    IOP Nanotechnology, January 6, 2012
  • Layer dependent mechanical responses of graphene composites to near-infrared light
    Applied Physics Letters, February 15, 2012
  • Dimensional dependence of photomechanical response in carbon nanostructure composites
    IOP Nanotechnology, May 3, 2012
  • Advanced MEMS Grayscale Lithography Mask Generation Software
    Kentucky EPSCoR Program, May 26, 2011
  • Photo-thermal polymerization of nanotube/polymer composites: Effects of load transfer and mechanical strength
    Applied Physics Letters, March 28, 2012
  • Large photocurrents in air assisted deposition of single layer graphene: effects of diffusion and drift
    IOP Nanotechnology, June 15, 2012
  • Synergy in binary (MWNT, SLG) nano-carbons in polymer nano-composites: a Raman study(L
    IOP Nanotechnology, July 13, 2012
  • Micro- and nanotechnology approaches for capturing circulating tumor cells
    Cancer Nanotechnology, October 19, 2010
  • Carbon based micro- and nano-opto-mechanical systems (C-MOMS/NOMS)
    SPIE. August 21, 2011
  • Load transfer and mechanical properties of chemically reduced graphene reinforcements in polymer composites
    IOP Nanotechnology, November 29, 2012


Robert J Loomis experience includes:

  • Design of a variety of automated welding systems (including vision systems) that comply with OSHA and ANSI standards, class I safety enclosures, custom motion control systems, d) Served as primary laser system integrator – including component selection, vision system, beam delivery unit integration, associated control and safety systems, and beam delivery units.
  • Robotic handling systems, including various automated robotic testing cells for material handling and quality control
  • Vacuum-based material handling systems
  • Robotic assembly cells
  • Material property testing stations



Robert J Loomis Iii's Background

Robert J Loomis Iii's Experience

Graduate research assistant at University of Louisville

October 2010 - Present | KY

Graduate research assistant (Mechanical Engineering) in the area of micro and nanotechnology

Robert J Loomis Iii's Education

University of Louisville

2010 – 2013


Concentration: Mechanical Engineering

University of Michigan

1997 – 2001


Concentration: Mechanical Engineering

Robert J Loomis Iii's Interests & Activities

Engineering, design

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