Hrachya Kocharyan is a Materials Science/Physics experimental researcher. From 2014-2016, he studied in Estonia, where his research was in solar cell materials. During his Ph.D. between 2016-2020, he worked on the development of smart metamaterials.
His research interests are in smart materials, metamaterials, lattice structures, micro- & nanomaterials, mechanical waves, dynamics and control of waves, optical measurement techniques.
2020, Ph.D. in Aerospace Engineering
Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA
2016, MS in Materials Science
Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia
2014, MA in Education
Vanadzor State University, Armenia
2012, BS in Radiophysics, Armenia
ENGS 261 “Control Systems 1”
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Kocharyan, H., & Karanjgaokar, N. (2021). Development of Controllable Adaptive Granular Metamaterials for Impact Mitigation, in preparation
Kocharyan, H., & Karanjgaokar, N. (2021). Influence of interactions between multiple point defects on wave scattering in granular media, Granular Matter, submitted
Kocharyan, H., & Karanjgaokar, N. (2021). Wave propagation through submerged granular media over a wide range of fluid viscosities. Powder Technology, 380, 126-133.
Kocharyan, H., & Karanjgaokar, N. (2020). Influence of Lateral Constraints on Wave Propagation in Finite Granular Crystals. Journal of Applied Mechanics, 87(7), 071011.
Bereznev, S., Kocharyan, H., Maticiuc, N., Naidu, R., Volobujeva, O., Tverjanovich, A., & Kois, J. (2017). One-stage pulsed laser deposition of conductive zinc oxysulfide layers. Applied Surface Science, 425, 722-727.