1. Zito, R. and Ardebili, H., Energy Storage: New Approach, Second Edition, Scrivener Willey, 2019.
  2. Ardebili, H., and Pecht, M., Encapsulation Technologies for Electronic Applications, Second Edition, Elsevier, 2018
  3. Ardebili, H., and Pecht, M., Encapsulation Technologies for Electronic Applications, Elsevier, 2009          Elsevier Link             Amazon Link


1- Ardebili, H., Moradi. B., “Stretchable fabric based electrode-polymer electrolyte battery” Attorney Docket No. 109293.00099 (UHID 2017-38), Provisianal Patent Application, 2017 View patent

2- Ardebili, H., Dizon, T., Kammoun, M., “Stretchable and multifunctional batteries”, US Patent App. 14/671,812, 2015. View patent

3- Baumgartner, C.E., Fobare, D.F., DeJule, M.C., Wei, C.Y., Hennessy, W.A., Wojnarowski, R.J., Ardebili, H., Burdick, Jr., W.E. “Direct CsI scintillator coating for improved digital X-ray detector assembly longevity”, Patent No. 6,720,561, April 13, 2004. View patent


29- Ghadi B.M. ,Hekmatnia B. ,Fu Q. ,Ardebili H. “Stretchable fabric-based lithium-ion battery”. Extreme Mechanics Letters, 2023

28- Aderyani S, Shah SA, Masoudi A, Green MJ, Lutkenhaus JL, Ardebili H. “Comparison of Nanoarchitecture to Porous Media Diffusion Models in Reduced Graphene Oxide/Aramid Nanofiber Electrodes for Supercapacitors.” ACS nano. 2020

27- (Invited) Ardebili, H. ” A perspective on the mechanics issues in soft solid electrolytes and the development of the next-generation batteries”. Journal of Applied Mechanics, 2019

26- Moradi, B., Yuan, M., Kammoun, M., and Ardebili, H. ” Stretchable fabric based electrodes for lithium ion batteries”. Extreme Mechanics Letters, 2019

25- (Editor’s pick) Kelly, T.D., Yuan, M., Kammoun, M., and Ardebili, H. ” In situ strain dependent electrochemical characterization of stretchable-sliding battery”. accepted for publication AIP Advance ADV19-AR-02015-TR 2019

24- Shi, Y., Chen, Y., Liang, Y., Andrews J., Dong, H., Yuan, M., Ding, W., Banerjee, S., Ardebili, H., Robertson, M., Cui, X., and Yao, Y.”Chemically Inert Covalently Networked Triazole-based Solid Polymer Electrolytes for Stable All-solid-state Lithium Batteries”. accepted for publication in Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 2019

23- Aderyani, S., Flouda, P., Lutkenhaus, J., and Ardebili, H.,”The effect of nanoscale architecture on ionic diffusion in rGo/Aramid nanofiber Structural Electrodes” Journal of Applied Physics, 125, 185106- 2019

22- Truong PV, Shingleton S , Kammoun M , Black RL, Charendoff M, Willis C, Ardebili H. and Stein GE., “Structure and properties of sulfonated pentablock terpolymer films as a function of wet–dry cycles” Macromolecules 51 (6), 2203-2215. 2018

21- Berg, S., A. Akturk, M. Kammoun, and H. Ardebili. “Flexible batteries under extreme bending: Interfacial contact pressure and conductance.” Extreme Mechanics Letters 13 (2017): 108-115. View Article

20- Zhu, B., M. G. Barnes, H. Kim, M. Yuan, H. Ardebili, and R. Verduzco. “Molecular Engineering of Step-growth Liquid Crystal Elastomers.” Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical (2017). View Article

19- Yayathi, Sandeep, William Walker, Daniel Doughty, and Haleh Ardebili. “Energy distributions exhibited during thermal runaway of commercial lithium ion batteries used for human spaceflight applications.” Journal of Power Sources 329 (2016): 197-206. View Article

18- Kammoun, M., Sean B., and Haleh Ardebili. “Stretchable spiral thin-film battery capable of out-of-plane deformation.” Journal of Power Sources 332 (2016): 406-412. View Article

17-  Kelly, Taylor, Bahar Moradi Ghadi, Sean Berg, and Haleh Ardebili. “In Situ Study of Strain-Dependent Ion Conductivity of Stretchable Polyethylene Oxide Electrolyte.” Scientific reports 6 (2016). View Article

16- Li, Qin, and Haleh Ardebili. “Flexible thin-film battery based on solid-like ionic liquid-polymer electrolyte.” Journal of Power Sources 303 (2016): 17-21. View Article

15- Kammoun, M., S. Berg, and H. Ardebili. “Flexible thin-film battery based on graphene-oxide embedded in solid polymer electrolyte.” Nanoscale 7, no. 41 (2015): 17516-17522. View Article

14- Yuan, Mengying, Jeremy Erdman, Changyu Tang, and Haleh Ardebili. “High Performance Solid Polymer Electrolyte with Graphene Oxide Nanosheets” RSC Advances 4 (2014): 59637-59642. View Article

13- Li, Qin, and Haleh Ardebili. “Atomistic investigation of the nanoparticle size and shape effects on ionic conductivity of solid polymer electrolytes” Solid State Ionics 268 (2014): 156-161. View Article

12- Mejdi Kammoun, Lauren Lundquist and Haleh Ardebili, “High Proton Conductivity Membrane With Coconut Shell Activated Carbon” Ionics 21(2015):1665-1674. View Article

11- Walker, W., and H. Ardebili. “Thermo-electrochemical analysis of lithium ion batteries for space applications using Thermal Desktop” Journal of Power Sources 269 (2014): 486-497. View Article

10- Adhikari, Ananta R., Irene Rusakova, Ardebili Haleh, Jonathan Luisi, Neli I. Panova, Fernanda Laezza, and Wei-Kan Chu. “Thermal property and assessment of biocompatibility of poly (lactic-co-glycolic) acid/graphene nanocomposites” Journal of Applied Physics 115, no. 5 (2014): 054701. View Article

9- Li, Q., Wood, E. and Ardebili, H., “Elucidating the mechanisms of ion conductivity enhancement in polymer nanocomposite electrolytes for lithium ion batteries”, Applied Physics Letters 102 (2013): 243903. View Article

8- Tang, C.*, Hackenberg, K.*, Fu, Q., Ajayan, P.M. and Ardebili, H., “High ion conducting polymer nanocomposite electrolytes using hybrid nanofillers”, Nano Letters 12 (2012): 1152–1156. View Article

7- (Invited) Li, Q.*, Patel, C.*, and Ardebili, H., “Mitigating the dead-layer effect in nanocapacitors using graded dielectric film”, International Journal of Smart and Nano Materials 3 (2012): 23-32. View Article

6- Tabatabaei, S.*, Kumar, A., Ardebili, H., Loos, P.J., and Ajayan, P.M., “Synthesis of Au-Sn alloy nanoparticles for lead-free electronics with unique combination of low and high melting temperatures”, Microelectronics Reliability, 52(2012):2685-2689. View Article

5- Sharma, P., Ganti, S., Ardebili, H., and Alizadeh, A., “On the Scaling of Thermal Stresses in Passivated Nano-interconnects”, Journal of Applied Physics 95 (2004): 2763. View Article

4- Ardebili, H., Wong, E.H., and Pecht, M., “Hygroscopic swelling and sorption characteristics of epoxy molding compounds used in electronic packaging”, IEEE Transactions on Components and Packaging Technologies 26 (2003): 206-214. View Article

3- Ardebili, H., Hillman, C., Natishan, M., McCluskey, Pecht, M., and Peterson, D., “A comparison of the theory of moisture diffusion in plastic encapsulated microelectronics with moisture sensor chip and weight-gain measurements”, IEEE Transactions on Components and Packaging Technologies  25 (2002): 132-139. View Article

2- Sharma, P., Ardebili, H. and Loman, J., “A Note on the Thermal Stresses in Passivated Metal Interconnects”, Applied Physics Letters 79 (2001): 1706. View Article   

1- Pecht, M., Ardebili, H., Shukla, A.A., Hagge, J.K., and Jennings, D., “Moisture ingress into organic laminates”, IEEE Transactions on Components and Packaging Technologies 22 (1999): 104-110. View Article