Clarissa Yablinsky

Research Associate
Nuclear Engineering-Engineering Physics
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Phone: (608) 890-4256
  • Ph.D., Materials Science and Engineering, Ohio State University, 2010
  • M.S., Materials Science and Engineering, Ohio State University, 2007
  • M.S., Materials Science, Fudan University, Carnegie Mellon University, 2004
  • Research Associate, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2010-present
  • Graduate Research Associate, Ohio State University, 2005-2010
  • Post Baccalaureate Student, Los Alamos National Laboratory, 2004-2005
  • Materials under extreme conditions, including:
  • Irradation
  • High Temperature
  • High strain rate
  • Structure-property releations
  • C.A. Yablinsky, K.M. Flores, M.J. Mills, J.C. Williams, Joe Rigney. Fatigue Behavior in Monocrystalline Ni-based Superalloys for Blade Applications. International Conference on Superalloys Proceedings. 2008. p535-540.
  • E.K. Cerreta, C.A. Yablinsky, G.T. Gray III, S.C. Vogel, D.W. Brown. The Influence of Grain Size and Texture on the Mechanical Response of High Purity Hafnium. Mat. Sci. & Eng. A, 2007. 456: p243-251.
  • C.A. Yablinsky, E.K. Cerreta, G.T. Gray III, D.W. Brown, and S.C. Vogel. The Effect of Twinning on the Work Hardening Behavior and Microstructural Evolution of Hafnium. Metall. and Mat. Trans. A, 2006. 37A: p1907-1915.
  • D.D. Koller, R.S. Hixson, G.T. Gray III, P.A Rigg, L.B. Addessio, E.K. Cerreta, J.D. Maestas, and C.A. Yablinsky. Influence of Shock-Wave Profile Shape on Dynamically Induced Damage in High-Purity Copper. J. of Applied Physics, 2005. 98(10): p 103518-7.