Ph.D., 1985, Stanford University
Research interests: Synthesis of thin-film electronic materials and devices using metal organic chemical vapor deposition and molecular beam epitaxy.
Ph.D., 2012, Texas A&M University
Research Interests: Nuclear Fuels and Materials, with emphasis on characterization and property evaluation; Mechanical and Thermal properties of materials; Reactor Irradiation; Radiation damage in materials; Ion Implantation; Kinetics; Composites; Nanostructured materials; Multi-Scale simulation of nuclear fuel.
Ph.D., 2009, Northwestern University
Research Interests: Stem Cell Engineering; Directed Stem Cell differentiation, Cell Materials Interactions; Tissue Engineering; Regenerative Medicine
Ph.D., 2008, University of California, Santa Barbara
Research Interests: nanomaterials, nanocomposites for electronic and biomedical applications, magnetic materials, multiferroics, polymers
Research Interests: Applied aspects of cargo monitoring, detector testing and characterization for gamma-ray spectroscopy, as well as development and analysis of techniques for environmental sampling and surveys related to on-site inspections.
Ph.D., 1960, University of Wisconsin
Research Interests: Silanols as novel antimicrobial materials, novel approaches to facilitating various drugs to penetrate the blood brain matter, nuclear reactor materials.
Ph.D., 1974, Rutgers University
Research Interests: Delivery methods for stem cells, Antimicrobial surface modifications, Nanoparticles for gene delivery, Polymeric drug delivery
Ph.D., Chemical and Environmental Engineering – Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Ph. D., 1990, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University
Research Interests: Biointerfaces, antifouling, polymer surfaces/modification, polymer networks, microtopographies, tissue engineering
Ph.D., 1959, Carnegie Mellon University
Ph.D., 1976, University of Florida
Research Interests: Backscatter x-ray imaging, reactor analysis, nuclear power plant dynamics and control, space nuclear power and propulsion, radiation transport and Monte Carlo simulations
Ph. D. Chalmers, University of Technology, Sweden
Research Interests: Nuclear safeguards, detection statistics of radiation from fissile materials, and the physics behind particle-detector interactions. Neutron physics & detectors. Neutron noise signals. Radiation signal analysis
Ph.D. – Materials Science & Engineering, University of Florida
JD, George Washington University Law School
Areas of Interest: law focused on real and intellectual property, youth empowerment, and STEM education. Involved with the start-up and young professional communities through Gainesville Area Innovation Network (GAIN), Empowering Women in Tech Start-ups (eWITS), and Alachua County Emerging Leaders (ACEL). …
Ph. D., 1986, Rensslaer Polytechnic Institute
Research Interests: Interaction of Primary research and teaching interests include inter-relationship of processing, microstructure and properties of high temperature/high performance materials, including superalloys, intermetallics and composites. National AGEP Doctoral Advisor/Mentor (UF-NSF) and Triple-Point Professor Award (UF-MSE)
Ph. D., 1997, University of Tennessee
Research Interests: Advanced modeling and simulation; criticality safety; neutron and photon cross section processing methods and tools; reactor physics applications and methods development; nuclear materials safeguards and security.
Ph. D., 1997, University of Massachusetts at Amherst
Research Interests: Biomimetic synthesis of organic-inorganic hybrid composite materials; biomineralization- processes and structure; biomimetic bone graft substitutes; kidney stone formation; phage display for bioelectronic materials interfaces
Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University
Research Interests: Remote Sensing, Nuclear Nonproliferation/counterproliferation, Nuclear Security, and Nuclear Policy
Ph.D., 2000, Washington University in St. Louis
Research interests: Computational materials science, ab-initio methods, structure prediction algorithms, two-dimensional materials, materials for energy technologies, solid-liquid interfaces
Ph. D., 1972, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Research Interests: Semiconductors; optoelectronic materials; surfaces and interfaces; phosphors; nanophosphors; atomic transport
Ph.D., 1963 Max-Planck Institute Stuttgart/Germany
Research Interests: Electrical Properties of Materials, Optical Properties of Materials, Semiconductors, Energetic Materials Detection, Spark-processing of Luminescent Materials, Differential Reflectometry, Electromigration and other failure mechanisms in thin film interconnects, Radiation Damage of Nuclear Materials, Ion Implantation.
Ph. D., 1987, University of California, Berkeley
Research Interests: Semiconductor Processing and electron microscopy characterization. Ion implantation of Si , Ge and compound semiconductors. Li ion battery anode and cathode development
Research Interests: Advanced electron microscopy techniques, Quantitative analysis of electron microscopy data, Digital image processing, Understanding materials properties at the atomic scale, Functional oxides and semiconductors.
Ph.D., 2016, Brown University
Research interests: Interface engineering, materials for extreme environments, novel ceramic materials processing, microstructure evolution
Ph.D., 2007, Northwestern University
Research Interests: Thermodynamics, Kinetics, Materials Design, Metallurgy Mechanical Behavior, Composites, Metallic Biomaterials, Nuclear Materials
Ph. D., 1973, Catholic University of America
Research Interests: Fracture of Brittle Materials; Fractal Geometry applied to fracture; Failure Analysis; Dental Ceramics; Biomedical Applications
Ph.D., 2018, Duke University
Research Interests: Biomaterials, cell-material interactions, immune engineering, Tissue Engineering, Regenerative Medicine
Eng. Sc. D. 1981, Columbia University
Research Interests: Engineered particulate systems for enhanced performance in nano and bio technologies, micro-electronics, advanced materials and minerals, photocatalytic degradation of hazardous microbes, nanotoxicity, and greener reagents and particle technologies
Ph. D., 2002, The Pennsylvania State University
Research Interests: Multifunctional ceramics; energy materials; dielectrics and ionic conductors in bulk and thin film; single crystal growth; nuclear materials and detectors; bioceramics.
Ph. D., 1989, Louisiana State University
Research Interests: Electronic, photonic, and magnetic thin film materials; electronic oxide materials; thin film deposition
Ph.D., University of Florida
Research Interests: Physical metallurgy, Microstructures, Powder metallurgy, Grain growth, Recrystallization, Sintering, Coarsening, Stereology
Ph. D., 1983, University of Tasmania
Research Interests: Semiconductor processing, devices, thin film transistors, solid state sensors
Ph. D., 1985, University of Florida
Research Interests: Computational materials science; heat transport; nuclear materials; ferroelectrics and dielectrics; mechanical properties of metals; simulation methodologies
Ph.D., 1992, Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz, Germany
Research Interests: Semiconductor oxides for energy harvesting and storage, photocatalysis and photolysis, electrodes for secondary batteries, barrier coatings, nanostructures in surface science and, biomedical applications of nanoparticles.
Ph. D., 1989, North Carolina State University
Research Interests: Semiconductor Processing; Oxide thin films; III-V Semiconductors; Ultra-hard materials; Emerging advanced materials; laser processing
Ph.D., 2008, University of Illinois
Research Interests: Computational materials science, Computational mechanics, Coevolution of microstructure and properties, Materials in Harsh Environments, Mesoscale modeling and simulation, Nuclear materials, Numerical methods
M. E., 1963, Mass. Inst. of Technology M.E.A. 1980, Geo. Washington Univ.
Research Interests: nuclear fuel cycle, focusing on the processing, fabrication and in core and excore performance of nuclear fuel, multi-scale simulation of nuclear Fuel, economic and environmental evaluation of all forms of electrical energy generation
Ph.D., 2008, Northwestern University
Research interests: Elastomeric biomaterials, drug delivery, medical devices, tissue engineering/regenerative medicine, entrepreneurship, translational research
Ph. D., 2005, Princeton University
Research Interests: Nanostructured electronic materials, organic-inorganic hybrid materials, surfaces and interfaces, energy materials, photovoltaic cells, light-emitting diodes and other optoelectronic devices
Ph. D., 2005, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Research Interests: structural and fuel materials for nuclear energy systems; LWRs sustainability and aging management; advanced fabrication and joining technologies; used fuel dry storage and disposition.
Ph.D. – Materials Science & Engineering, University of Illinois Champaign/Urbana
Interests: advanced material science, manufacturing process development, and high temperature materials testing & characterization