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Musa, Sarhan [72%]
University of Delaware: Department of Mechanical Engineering [71%]
As scientists and engineers seek to make practical materials and devices from nanostructures, understanding material behavior across length scales from the ...
Igor Linkov, Research Managing Scientist, US Army Engineer Researc and Development Center; Adjunct Professor of Engineering and Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University [70%]
Dr. Linkov’s research in the area of emergent materials, including nanomaterials, has been supported by the DOD, DOE, EPA and private clients. Dr. Linkov was ...
Sum, Amadeu [70%]
Nanoporous Materials: Advanced Techniques for Characterization, Modeling, and Processing [69%]
The past thirty years has seen a dramatic rise in the field of porous materials due to the development of an increasing number of novel materials. This book ...
Stuart, Steven J. [69%]
Research activities in Dr. Stuart's laboratory involve computer simulations of complex systems.
Swihart, Mark T. [68%]
The overall theme of our research program is fundamental studies of the vapor phase synthesis of advanced materials.
Nicklaus, Marc [66%]
Dr. Nicklaus has been heading the newly founded Computer-Aided Drug Design Group since 2000.
Makowski, Michael [66%]
During the course of his career, Mike has had the opportunity to work in all of the principle branches of scientific research (academic, industrial and ...
Ashwill, Tom [65%]
Solutions Manual for Nanoengineering of Structural, Functional and Smart Materials [65%]
A new 103-page Solutions Manual is now available for Nanoengineering of Structural, Functional and Smart Materials. The new Solutions Manual is the companion ...
Yamada, Toshishige [63%]
Dr. Yamada is primarily interested in modeling of nano-scale electronic, thermoelectric, or chemical devices and sensors as well as nano-scale materials ...
Xia, Ke [63%]
Research interests: Computational materials science and spin-electronics.
Pelesko, John A. [63%]
John Pelesko is an applied mathematician interested in the development and application of mathematical methods to problems arising in the physical sciences. ...
Optical and Photonic MEMS Devices: Design, Fabrication and Control [63%]
With a scope beyond traditional design and analysis, Optical and Photonic MEMS Devices introduces this new research field, covering all aspects of ...
Jianguo Yu, Ph.D. [62%]
Dr. Yu is currently a post-doc research scientist at University of Florida. Dr. Yu have been developing a massively parallel and flexibly empirical variable ...

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Hull, Robert

Robert Hull, Ph.D.

Charles Henderson Professor of Engineering
University of Virginia

Neethirajan, Suresh Raja

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University of Manitoba

Busnaina, Ahmed

Ahmed Busnaina, Ph.D

Director, The Center for High-rate Nanomanufacturing (CHN)
Northeastern University


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Syracuse University

Syracuse University

Syracuse University's research interests touch on a number of areas of interest to nanoscale organic and inorganic materials scientists.

The Center for Materials Processing - University of Tennessee, Knoxville

The Center for Materials Processing - University of Tennessee, Knoxville

CMP's research activities focus on the processing, structure, property and performance relationships for all classes of materials including metals, ceramics and polymers.