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Dr. Kurt E. Sickafus
Department Head, Alvin and Sally Beaman Professor

Ph.D., Cornell University: Grain Boundary Structural Transformations Induced by Solute Segregation

Dr. Roberto S. Benson
Associate Department Head, Professor

Ph.D., Florida State: Biopolymers, Polymer Degradation, Composites


Kevin M. Kit
Associate Professor

Ph.D., Delaware: Polymer Blends, Agricultural Materials


Gajanan S. Bhat
Professor Ph.D. Georgia Tech: Acrylic and Carbon Fibers, Recycled Plastics, Nonwoven materials
Hahn Choo
Associate Professor Ph.D., Illinois Institute of Technology: Physical/Mechanical Behavior of Structural Materials, Neutron Scattering

Gerd Duscher
Associate Professor Ph.D., Max-Planck Institute: : Acrylic and Carbon Fibers, Recycled Plastics, Nonwoven materials
Takeshi Egami
Professor, UT/ORNL Distinguished Scientist Ph.D., Pennsylvania: Materials Physics, Neutron and X-Ray Diffraction, Electronic Ceramics

Yanfei Gao
Associate Professor Ph.D., Princeton University: Small Scale Mechanical Behavior, Defects and Friction, Nanoscale Thin Film Heterostructures, Computational Materials Science
Easo P. George
Professor Ph.D., Pennsylvania: Mechanical Behavior, Physical Metallurgy, Intermetallics, In-Situ Composites

Wei He
Associate Professor Ph.D., Connecticut: Synthesis and Patterning of Polymers for Biomedical Application
Bin Hu
Professor Ph.D., Chinese Academy of Sciences: Electronic and Optical Polymeric Materials and Devices

David C. Joy
Distinguished Professor D.Phil., Oxford (UK): Electron Microscopy, Electron-Solid Interactions, Device Metrology
Ramki Kalyanaraman
Associate Professor Ph.D., North Carolina State University, Raleigh: Advanced materials for energy, thin films, nanomaterials, nanomanufacturing, sensing and electronics, self-organization, etc.

David J. Keffer
Professor Ph.D., University of Minnesota: Multiscale materials modeling with applications in fuel cells, nanoporous materials, polymers, explosive sensors, etc.
Veerle M. Keppens
Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs, Professor

Ph.D., Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Belgium): Elastic Constants of Novel Materials, Lattice Dynamics, Tunneling States in Amorphous Materials


Peter K. Liaw
Professor Racheff Chair of Excellence Ph.D., Northwestern: Mechanical Behavior, Composite Materials, Life Prediction and Extension
Carl D. Lundin
Professor Ph.D., Rensselaer: Welding, Joining, Non-Equilibrium Metallurgy

David Mandrus
Professor Ph.D., Stony Brook University: Growth, discovery, and materials physics of new electronic and magnetic materials. Oxide electronics.
Carl McHargue
Research Professor Ph.D., Kentucky:Radiation effects in insulators; nanostructures prepared by ion implantation

Thomas T. Meek
Associate Professor Ph.D., The Ohio State University: Structure Determination of Vitreous Silica Using Energy Dispersive X-ray Analysis
Charles L. Melcher
Research Professor Ph.D. Washington University, St. Louis.: Inorganic Scintillators and their Applications

James R. Morris
Associate Professor Ph.D.: Cornell University: Theoretical modeling and computational simulations of materials at small length scales
T. G. Nieh
Professor Ph.D., Stanford: Superplasticity, Intermetallic Compounds, Bulk Metallic Glasses

George M. Pharr
Chancellor's Professor Ph.D., P.E., Stanford: Mechanical Behavior, Nanoindentation, Thin Films
Philip D. Rack
Professor Leonard G. Penland Chair Ph.D., Florida: Electronic and Optoelectronic Materials and Devices, Thin Film Processing and Characterization

Claudia J. Rawn
Assistant Professor Ph.D., Arizona: Ceramic Processing, X-Ray Diffraction, Neutron Scattering

Michael L. Simpson
Professor Ph.D., Tennessee: Electronic Materials, Nanostructured Materials, Nanofabrication, Biomaterials

Shanfeng Wang
Associate Professor Ph.D., Akron: Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering, Polymer Chemistry, Physics, and Rheology


William J. Weber
Governor's Chair Professor Ph.D., University of Wisconsin: Radiation Effects, Ion-Beam Modification of Materials, Nuclear Materials, Defects Properties in Ceramics
Andrew Wereszczak
Joint Faculty Professor Ph.D.,University of Delaware: Mechanical Behavior, Science and Engineering of Ceramics, Glasses, and Brittle Materials

Haixuan Xu
Assistant Professor Ph.D., Florida: From Electronic Structure of Point Defects to Physical Properties of Complex Materials using Atomic-Level Simulations
Yanwen Zhang
Associate Professor Ph.D., Lund Institute of Technology (LTH), Sweden: Ions and electrons interaction with solids, Radiation effects and radiation detector physics, Ion beam analysis
ORNL



Larry C. Wadsworth
Professor Emeritus Ph.D., North Carolina State: Nonwoven Materials, Process-Structure-Property Studies in Melt Blowing and Spunbonding and Composites Technologies


Adjunct Faculty


Hongbin Bei, Assistant Professor

Theodore M. Besmann, Associate Professor

Everett Bloom, Professor

Craig Blue, Associate Professor

Lynn Boatner, Professor

Michael P. Brady, Associate Professor

Domenic A. Canonico, Professor

Claus Daniel, Assistant Professor

Lars Aldon Erikson, Professor

Zhili Feng, Professor

Miguel A. Fuentes-Cabrera, Associate Professor

Joseph A. Horton, Jr., Professor

Cam Hubbard, Professor

Gene Ice, Professor

James, Klett, Assistant Professor

  • Ho Nyung Lee, Associate Professor
  • Hua-Tay Lin, Professor
  • Jimmy W. Mays, Professor
  • Govidarajan Muralidharan, Assistant Professor
  • Chaitanya Narula, Assistant Professor
  • Warren Oliver, Professor
  • Felix Paulauskas, Professor
  • Timothy R. Rials, Professor
  • Michael L. Santella, Professor
  • Piotr Szupryczynski, Assistant Professor
  • Terry N. Tiegs, Assistant Professor
  • Xun-Li Wang, Professor
  • Thomas R. Watkins, Assistant Professor
  • Richard Weber, Professor



 

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