T. David Burleigh
Professor, Associate Chair
Ph.D. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Photoelectrochemistry and passivity; tarnish-resistant silver usinghexadecanethiol self-assembled monolayers; electrochemical "blackening" of steel; photocorrosion of zinc and copper; anodizing galvanized steel for corrosion resistance.
Paul A. Fuierer
Ph.D. Penn State University
Fabrication and characterization of electronic, ferroelectric, piezoelectric and magnetic ceramics, novel ceramic processing techniques, and thin film processing. Recent topics include hot forging of oxide ceramic composites, sol-gel chemistry routes to oriented ceramic thin films, and endurance/fatigue behavior in ferroelectric thin films
Ph.D. Institute of Applied Physics, The Russian Academy of Science, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
Optoelectronics nonlinear optics, nanostuctures and nanotechnology, TeraHz lasers and photodetectors, solid state physics and phusics of nanostructures, semiconductor materials and devices.
Ph.D. University of Minnesota
Biofuel conversion and production, thermo-catalysis, catalyst characterization, hydrogen production, aqueous phase reforming, millisecond contact time reactors
Terry C. Lowe
PhD Stanford University
Specialties: Ultrahigh strength metals and alloys; nanostructured metals properties and processing; severe plastic deformation; polycrystal plasticity modeling; computational mechanics and materials modeling; nanomaterials/biological interfaces; metal forming, metals manufacturing technology; titanium metallurgy; materials technology commercialization.
Ph.D. University of Rochester, NY
Deformation and fracture of metals, composites, interfaces and thin films. Novel experimental techniques and modeling are used to develop microstructure/property relationships. Current research on super alloys; advanced high temperature Al-alloys and composites; intelligent solders and fundamentals of metal-epoxy adhesion.
John D. McCoy
Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania
Modeling of polymeric materials including phase transitions, interfacial phenomena, gas solubility and the glass transition. Experimental investigations of thermal and mechanical properties of viscoelastic materials.
Ph.D. North Carolina State University
Nanocomposite membranes and electrodes; Electrochemical energy devices (batteries, fuel cells, etc.); Photoelectrochemical devices (electricity and fuel production); Hybrid power systems modeling
Ph.D. University of California at Davis
Lipid particle characterization, biomedical imaging, pro-drugs, liposomes, microbubbles, ultrasound, fluorescence microscopy
Scanning electron microscopy, energy-dipersive x-ray spectroscopy, auger spectroscopy.
M.S. New Mexico Tech
Thermal and Mechanical properties of polymer composites.
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Gillian M. Bond Ph.D. Bath University, United Kingdom
James Browning, Sandia National Laboratories
John G. Curro, Sandia National Laboratories
Daniel H. Doughty, Sandia National Laboratories
Christa M. Hockensmith, Energetic Materials Research and Testing Center
Vilupanur A. Ravi, California National Polytechnic University
Alton D. Romig, Jr., Sandia National Laboratories
Kurt Sickafus, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Mark F. Smith, Sandia National Laboratories