Publications

• underline indicates student co-authors • refereed conference papers and proceedings all included an oral presentation • for oral presentations, the presenter’s name is in bold type Book Chapters 1. Berger, E. J. and Krousgrill, C. M., “HigherEd 2.0: Web 2.0 in Higher Education”, in Interactive Multimedia (ed. Ioannis Deliyannis), INTECH, pp. 67-92, 2012. URL: http://www.intechopen.com/books/interactive-multimedia/highered-2-0-web2-0-in-higher-education. 2. Berger, E. J. and Johnson, D., “Engineering and the Social Context of the Panama Canal Expansion”, early stages of preparation for a volume on Panama edited by Vivian Thomson from Environmental Science. Textbook Supplements–the Berger Video Series for Hibbeler • Berger, E. J., “Video Solution Series for Hibbeler’s Strength of Materials (7e)”, for Pearson Prentice-Hall, 2008 (100 videos). • Berger, E. J., “Video Solution Series for Hibbeler’s Engineering Mechanics: Statics (12e)”, for Pearson Prentice-Hall, 2009 (75 videos). • Berger, E. J., “Video Solution Series for Hibbeler’s Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics (12e)”, for Pearson Prentice-Hall, 2009 (75 videos). Beginning in 2007, I pitched the idea for a video solution series to Pearson for their bestselling Hibbeler text book series in engineering mechanics, and this idea was based upon my HigherEd 2.0 initiative (see also the relevant publications and funding for this program). I delivered the first video series in 2008; 100 videos totaling about 25 hours of textbook supplement available to students over the internet in Quicktime format. The next two video series were developed in successive years, and together they represent 150 videos and nearly 30 hours of video resources for students. The Hibbeler textbook series in engineering mechanics is the best-selling series in the country, with a circulation of about 50,000 units per year. This means that my work has visibility with tens of thousands of students and hundreds of higher education faculty every year. The feedback I receive is overwhelmingly positive from both students and faculty, and these resources are currently (2012) being more tightly integrated into Pearson’s Mastering Engineering online homework platform. Journal Articles 1

Impact factor and citations are listed for each article as follows. Impact Factor (IF) is given as (total impact factor/5-year impact factor) as reported by Journal Citation Reports (accessed September 2012). Number of citations (C) is as reported by Google Scholar (accessed September 2012). 1. Orange, A., Heinecke, W., Berger, E., Krousgrill, C., Mikic, B., and Quinn, D., “An Evaluation of HigherEd 2.0 Technologies in Undergraduate Mechanical Engineering Courses”, Advances in Engineering Education (ASEE), Vol. 3, No. 1, Winter 2012. URL: http://advances.asee.org/vol03/issue01/05.cfm (IF: n/a, C: 1) 2. Tripathy, S. and Berger, E. J., “Quasi-Linear Viscoelastic Properties of Costal Cartilage using Atomic Force Microscopy”, Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, 2011. DOI:10.1080/10255842.2010.545820 (IF: 0.849/1.250, C: 0) 3. Deshmukh, D. V. and Berger, E. J., “Analysis of a Series Iwan Model Derived from a Continuous Frictional Interface”, ASME Journal of Vibration and Acoustics, working with my former post-doc to finish final revisions. 4. Phadke, R. and Berger, E. J., “A Sliding Contact Model with Application in Tangential Contact Stiffness Identification”, Finite Elements in Analysis and Design, in revision. 5. Tripathy, S. and Berger, E. J., “Measuring Viscoelasticity of Soft Samples using Atomic Force Microscopy”, ASME Journal of Biomechanical Engineering, Volume 131(9), September 2009. (IF: 1.896/2.132, C: 8) 6. Berger, E. J., “HigherEd 2.0: Enhanced and Video Podcasts in Engineering Mechanics’, Academic Intersections, No. 3, April 2009. (IF: n/a, C: n/a) 7. Berger, E. J., “Podcasting in Engineering Education: A Preliminary Study of Content, Student Attitudes, and Impact”, Innovate–The Journal of Online Education, Vol. 4, No. 1, 2007. (IF: n/a, C: 10) 8. Deshmukh, D. V., Berger, E. J., Begley, M. R., and Komaragiri, U., “Correlation of a Discrete Friction (Iwan) Element and Continuum Approaches to Predict Interface Sliding Behavior”, European Journal of Mechanics, A Solids, Vol. 26(2), pp. 212-224, 2007. (IF: 1.484/1.614, C: 0) 9. Grande, A. W., Maher, P. C., Morgan, C. J., Ling, B. C., Radersdorf, T. C., Berger, E. J., and Kuntz, C, “Vertebral Column Subtraction Osteotomy (VCSO) for Recurrent Adult Tethered Spinal Cord Syndrome: A Cadaveric Study”, Journal of Neurosurgery:Spine, Vol. 4, No. 6, pp. 478-484, 2006. (IF: 2.078/2.949, C: 11)

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10. Deshmukh, D., Berger, E. J., Mackin, T. J., and Inglis, H., “Convergence Behaviors of Reduced-Order Models for Frictional Contacts”, ASME Journal of Vibration and Acoustics, Vol. 127, No. 4, pp. 370-381, 2005. (IF: 1.022/0.978, C: 1) 11. Lee, J.-H., Berger, E. J., and Kim, J., “Feasibility Study of a Tunable Friction Damper”, Journal of Sound and Vibration, Vol. 283, pp. 707-722, 2005. (IF: 1.588/1.732, C: 5) 12. Berger, E. J., Krousgrill, C. M., and Sadeghi, F., “Friction-Related Sliding Instability in a Multi-Degree-of-Freedom System with Oscillatory Normal Forces”, Journal of Sound and Vibration, Vol. 266, No. 2, pp. 369-387, 2003. (IF: 1.588/1.732, C: 6) 13. Li, J. and Berger, E. J., “A Semi-Analytical Approach to Three-Dimensional Normal Contact Problems with Friction”, Computational Mechanics, Vol. 30, No. 4, pp. 310-322, 2003. (IF: 2.065/2.294, C: 11) 14. Berger, E. J., “Friction Modeling for Dynamic System Simulation”, Applied Mechanics Reviews, Vol. 55, No. 6, pp. 535-577, 2002. (IF: 3.971/4.659, C: 88) 15. Berger, E. J. and Krousgrill, C. M., “On Friction Damping Modeling Using Bilinear Hysteresis Elements”, ASME Journal of Vibration and Acoustics, Vol. 124, pp. 367375, 2002. (IF: 1.022/0.978, C: 19) 16. Li, J. and Berger, E. J., “A Boussinesq-Cerruti Solution Set for Constant and Linear Distribution of Normal and Tangential Load Over a Triangular Area”, Journal of Elasticity, Vol. 63, pp. 137-151, 2001. (IF: 1.110/1.410, C: 9) 17. Berger, E. J., Mahajani, M., and Karnik, J., “Local Stick-Slip Effects in Dynamic Contact Systems”, ASME Journal of Tribology, accepted for publication. 18. Berger, E. J., Begley, M. R., and Mahajani, M., “Structural Dynamic Effects on Interface Response–Formulation and Simulation Under Partial Slipping Conditions”, ASME Journal of Applied Mechanics, Vol. 67, pp. 785-792, 2000. (IF: 0.949/1.197, C: 16) 19. Luo, J., Liu, Y., and Berger, E. J., “Interface Stress Analysis for Multi-Coating Systems Using an Advanced Boundary Element Method”, Computational Mechanics, Vol. 24, pp. 448-455, 2000. (IF: 2.065/2.294, C: 52) 20. Becker, P. J. W., Wynn, R. H., Berger, E. J., and Blough, J. R., “Using Rigid Body Dynamics to Measure Joint Stiffness”, Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing, Vol. 13, No. 5, pp. 789-901, 1999.(IF: 1.824/2.471, C: 5) 21. Oakes, W. C., McComb, S. A., Mulkay, E. L., Berger, E. J., Blevins, L. G., Stamber, K., and Jones, J. D., “Equipping Undergraduates for the Graduate School Process”, 3

ASEE Journal of Engineering Education, Vol. 88, No. 3, pp. 353-359, 1999. (IF: 1.569/2.020, C: 5) 22. Luo, J., Liu, Y., and Berger, E. J., “Analysis of 2-D Thin Structures (from Microto Nano-Scale) Using the BEM”, Computational Mechanics, Vol. 22, No. 5, pp. 404-412, 1998. (IF: 2.065/2.294, C: 93) 23. Berger, E. J., Deifes, H., Hamaker, H., Jones, J., McComb, S., Mulkay, E., and Oakes, W., “ASEE Student Chapters: Perspectives on and Preparation for Higher Education”, ASEE Journal of Engineering Education, Vol. 87, No. 3, pp. 231-234, July 1998. (IF: 1.569/2.020, C: n/a) 24. Berger, E. J., Sadeghi, F., and Krousgrill, C. M., “Torque Transfer Characteristics of Automatic Transmission Wet Clutches: Numerical Prediction and Experimental Comparison”, STLE Tribology Transactions, Vol. 40, No. 4, pp. 539-548, 1997. (IF: 0.854/0.758, C:18) 25. Berger, E. J., Krousgrill, C. M., and Sadeghi, F., “Stability of Sliding in a System Excited by a Rough Moving Surface”, ASME Journal of Tribology, Vol. 119, No. 4, pp. 672-680, 1997. (IF: 1.196/1.264, C:20) 26. Berger, E. J., Sadeghi, F., and Krousgrill, C. M., “Analytical and Numerical Modeling of Engagement of Rough, Permeable, Grooved Wet Clutches”, ASME Journal of Tribology, Vol. 119, pp. 143-148, 1997. (IF: 1.196/1.264, C:50) 27. Berger, E. J., Sadeghi, F., and Krousgrill, C. M., “Finite Element Modeling of Engagement of Rough and Grooved Wet Clutches”, ASME Journal of Tribology, Vol. 118, pp. 137-146, 1996. (IF: 1.196/1.264, C:53) 28. Berger, E. and Gilmore, B. J., “Seat Dynamic Parameters for Ride Quality”, SAE Transactions, Journal of Passenger Cars, Vol. 112, No. 6, pp. 283-290, 1994. (IF: n/a, C:12) Refereed Conference Papers and Proceedings (∗ = with presentation) 1. ∗ Tripathy, S. and Berger, E. J., “Material Property Characterization of Costal Cartilage Using AFM Indentation”, Proceedings, 2009 ASME IDETC, paper number DETC2009-87462, San Diego CA, September 2009. 2. Berger, E. J., Krousgrill, C. M., Quinn, D. D., Mikic, B., Heinecke, W., and Orange, A., “Social Constructivism in Engineering Education: Student-Generated Content and Collaboration Using Web 2.0 Tools”, Proceedings of the 7th ASEE Global Colloquium on Engineering Education, Cape Town South Africa, October 2008.

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3. ∗ Berger, E. J., “HigherEd 2.0: Web 2.0 in the Classroom”, Vision 2020, Cincinnati OH, August 2008 (a fully-vetted, invitation-only, presentation-only event convened by Apple Inc. and focusing on uses of technology in higher education instruction and administration). [Copy and paste into your browser: http://tinyurl.com/lpgsjf, requires iTunes] 4. ∗ Berger, E. J., “A Numerical Study of Non-Symmetric Joints”, Proceedings, 2007 ASME IDETC, paper number DETC2007-35292, Las Vegas NV, September 2007. 5. ∗ Tripathy, S., Berger, E. J. and Vemaganti, K., “AFM Indentation and Material Property Identification of Soft Hydrogels”, Proceedings, 2007 ASME IDETC, paper number DETC2007-35451, Las Vegas NV, September 2007. 6. ∗ Tripathy, S., Vemaganti, K. and Berger, E. J., “Extracting Nonlinear Material Parameters from AFM Indentation Data”, Proceedings of the International Conference on Computational and Experimental Engineering and Sciences 2005 (ICCES ’05), paper number ICCES0520050715373, Madras, India, December 2005. 7. ∗ Deshmukh, D. and Berger, E. J., “Shear Lag Based Iwan Model for Friction Contacts”, Proceedings, 2005 ASME DETC, paper number MECH-85328, Long Beach, California, September 2005. 8. ∗ Berger, E. J., Deshmukh, D. V., Mackin, T. J., and Xue, X., “A Thermoelastic Investigation of Friction Phenomena”, Proceedings of the World Tribology Congress III, extended abstract (reviewed) WTC2005-63624, Washington, D.C., September 2005. 9. ∗ Berger, E. J., Tripathy, S., Vemaganti, K., Kolambkar, Y. M., You, H. X., and Courtney, K., “An Atomic Force Microscopy Indentation Study of Biomaterial Properties”, Proceedings of the World Tribology Congress III, extended abstract (reviewed) WTC2005-63244, Washington, D.C., September 2005. 10. ∗ Deshmukh, D. and Berger, E. J., “Convergence Behaviors of Reduced-Order Models for Frictional Contacts”, Proceedings, 2003 ASME DETC, paper number MECH48433, Chicago, Illinois, September 2003. 11. ∗ Terrell, T., Berger, E. J., and Wynn, R. H., “An Improved Dynamometer for Brake Squeal Study”, presented at the 2001 SAE Noise and Vibration Conference, May 2001, Traverse City, Michigan. 12. ∗ Berger, E. J. and Begley, M. R., “Friction and Microslip of Turbomachinery Components”, presented at the 2000 Leeds-Lyon Symposium on Tribology, September 5-8, 2000, Lyon France.

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13. Berger, E. J., “ASEE Student Chapters: Foundations for Future Success”, ASEE 1999 Annual Meeting, Session 0455, 1999. 14. Oakes, W. C., Berger, E. J., Blevins, L. G., and Jones, J. D., “Equipping Undergraduates for the Graduate School Process”, Proceeding, 1996 ASEE Annual Meeting, Session 1634, Paper No. 1, 1996. Monographs and Research Reports 1. Deshmukh, D. V., Berger, E. J., Mackin, T. J., and Begley, M. R., “Friction Damping in Dynamic Contact: Novel Experiments and Physics-Based Numerical Models”, final research report to AFOSR for research contract F49620-02-1-0039, August 2005, 170 pages. 2. Berger, E. J., “Fundamentals of Tribology”, an original six-chapter book of new and archival material for the dual-level class Fundamentals of Tribology, c University of Cincinnati, 1999, 133 pages. Includes chapters on rough surface characterization, friction and system dynamics, hertz contact, fluid film lubrication, wear, bearing design. With references, examples, and case studies, including a limited suite of Matlab software. This material has been “reviewed” by several sets of students, with their suggestions resulting in continued revisions of the work.

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