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Ceramics

0305202 Richard K. BrowMissouri University of Science and TechnologyStructure and Properties of Phosphate Glasses
0448879Jian LuoClemson UniversityCAREER: Surface Phase Diagrams
0449710Juan C. NinoUniversity of FloridaCAREER: Fundamental Structure-Dielectric Property Relationships of Pyrochlore Ceramics
0542740Scott A. BarnettNorthwestern UniversityCollaborative Research: Popularizing Energy Materials In 3D
0604004Sossina M. HaileCalifornia Institute of TechnologyUnprecedented Anodes for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
0605700Carlos G. LeviUniversity of California-Santa BarbaraGOALI: Platinum Group Metal Bond Coatings
0606352Clive A. Randall Pennsylvania State Univ University ParkGOALI: Electrode Discontinuity Characterization in Multilayer Capacitors
0645312Daniel Gall Rensselaer Polytechnic InstituteCAREER: Material for Future Low-Power Electronics
0652424Jennifer A. LewisUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignPacking Behavior of Cuboidal Ceramic Granules
0704022Jeremy LevyUniversity of PittsburghGOALI: Sketching Single Electron Transistors
0706147Peter X. Feng University of Puerto RicoFabricate large-area boron nitride films
0709887Christopher J. KielyLehigh UniversityMaterials World Network: Catalyst Materials Synthesis at Accessible High Temperatures and Pressures
0710564Steve W. MartinIowa State UniversityMaterials World Network: Sodium Tracer Diffusion Measurements in Sodium Boroaluminosilicate Glasses and the Influence of Water on it
0710630Katherine T. FaberNorthwestern UniversityMaterials World Network: Composite Materials Fabrication: A View from Inside
0746902Jacob L. JonesUniversity of FloridaCAREER: Time-Resolved Structure-Property Relationships in Piezoelectric Ceramics
0747896Yayoi TakamuraUniversity of California-DavisCAREER:Non-Destructive Structural Characterization Technique
0801786Denise M. KrolUniversity of California-DavisDynamics of Femtosecond-Laser Modification of Glass
0803663Jagdish NarayanNorth Carolina State UniversityUltrafast Phase Transition and Critical Issues in Structure-Property Correlations of Vanadium Oxide
0804770Gregory S. RohrerCarnegie Mellon UniversityA Strong Base of Support Improves the Performance of a Hydrogen Synthesis Catalyst
0805022Keith J. BowmanPurdue UniversityFRG: Domain Orientation and Anisotropy in Poled Piezoelectrics
0805172Brian W. SheldonBrown UniversityMechanical Forces That Change Chemistry
0805174Dawn A. BonnellUniversity of PennsylvaniaPositioning Women for Leadership
0806521Andrei V. StanishevskyUniversity of Alabama at BirminghamMaterials World Network: Smooth diamond coatings for better surgical implants
0806592Dwight ViehlandVirginia Polytechnic Institute and State UniversityMaterials World Network: Competing interactions in Pb-free piezoelectrics
0806610Sheryl H. EhrmanUniversity of Maryland College ParkMaterials World Network: Collaborative Research: Photoelectrochemical Cells from Earth Abundant Materials
0806906Igor I. TsukrovUniversity of New HampshireMaterials World Network: New Promising Property of Pyrolytic Carbon
0840045Robert J. LadUniversity of MaineHigh Temperature Oxynitride Coatings
0840265Jerry D. HarrisNorthwest Nazarene UniversityAmines Change the Size and Shape of ZnO
0854794Monica SorescuDuquesne UniversitySynthesis and Properties of Magnetic Ceramic Nanoparticles
0904094Jonathan F. StebbinsStanford UniversityBorosilicate Glass Structure
0904615Steve A. FellerCoe CollegeRUI: Publishable Glass Research with Undergraduates
0906070Sabyasachi SenUniversity of California-DavisPhase Change Materials for Optical Memory: Hidden Phases Revealed
0906349Jie LianRensselaer Polytechnic InstituteCollaborative Research: Radiation Manipulation of Materials Structure
0906584William G. FahrenholtzMissouri University of Science and TechnologyIntrinsic Properties of Boron Carbide Powders
0906608Laura H. LewisNortheastern UniversityFRG: Effect of Fe-Doping on Structural and Magnetic Properties of Titania Nanotubes
0906763Himanshu JainLehigh UniversityA unique aspect of femtosecond (fs) laser crystallization
0906825Gang ChenOhio UniversityNanowires for Better Computer Memories
0906874Shen DillonUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignIn-Situ Oxidation in Ionized Gases
0907030Katsuyo S. ThorntonUniversity of Michigan Ann ArborCollaborative Research: Understanding Fuel Cell Microstructure Evolution
0907385Sokrates T. PantelidesVanderbilt UniversityGOALI/FRG: Identification of an intrinsic difficulty in fabricating efficient power devices
0907523I-Wei ChenUniversity of PennsylvaniaShifting Structure Transitions Using Grain Size
0909091Bryan D. HueyUniversity of ConnecticutMaterials World Network-- Ultrafast Switching of Phase Change Materials: Combined Nanosecond and Nanometer Exploration
0909203 James S. SpeckUniversity of California-Santa BarbaraMaterials World Network: Sb-doped SnO2 as a transparent contact on InGaN/GaN LEDs
0943971Victoria SoghomonianVirginia Polytechnic Institute and State UniversityEAGER: Nanoporous materials for energy applications
0945230Yury GogotsiDrexel UniversityAdsorption of Proteins by Designed Carbons
0952794Shriram RamanathanHarvard UniversityCorrelated Oxide Materials for Electronics
0954110Erica L. CorralUniversity of ArizonaCAREER: High Temperature Materials Aerospace
0956071Javier E. GarayUniversity of California-RiversideCAREER: Optoelectronic Nanocomposites: Optoelectronic ceramic nanocomposites
1002543Carmine VittoriaNortheastern UniversityRoom Temperature Megneto-Electric Effects in Sr-Z Hexa-Ferrite
1002751Hans ConradNorth Carolina State UniversityMechanisms Governing the Enhanced Plasticity of Ceramics by a Modest Electric Field
1003030Ivar E. ReimanisColorado School of MinesGOALI/FRG: Nanoscale Magnetic Behavior of Doped Oxides
1005720Edmund G. SeebauerUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignNanoscale Dopant Pile-up near Semiconducting Oxide Surfaces Explained
1005771Susan E. Trolier-McKinstryPennsylvania State Univ University ParkProbing Local Origins of Nonlinearity in Ferroelectric Films
1006083Tom N. OderYoungstown State UniversityHigh Quality Zinc Oxide Films for Device Applications
1006399Michael CarpenterSUNY at AlbanyPlasmonics Enhanced Chemical Sensors for Detection and Reduction of Emissions
1006515Jian LuoClemson UniversityTailor the Interfaces in Li Ion Battery Materials
1006547Haitao ZhangUniversity of North Carolina at CharlotteUltra Long Oxide Nanowires for Smart Devices
1006584Eric E. Hellstrom Florida State UniversityMaking newly discovered superconductors practical for applications
1006585Eric E. Hellstrom Florida State UniversityStudents Convert Old Equipment to Study Pnictide Superconductors
1006640Susanne StemmerUniversity of California-Santa BarbaraGiant Enhancement of Electron Mobility in SrTiO3 Using Strain
1006706Andre MkhoyanUniversity of Minnesota-Twin CitiesStructure and Reactivity of Nano-Scale Holes in Single Sheet BN: Experiment and Theory
1006725John G. EkerdtUniversity of Texas at AustinGOALI: Epitaxial Growth of Perovskite Films and Heterostructures by Atomic Layer Deposition and Molecular Beam Epitaxy
1006931Joanna M. McKittrickUniversity of California-San DiegoFRG: Bioinspired Synthesis of Tough Laminates
1007943Alexei GruvermanUniversity of Nebraska-LincolnDiscovery of flux-closure ferroelectric domain
1007969Haiyan WangTexas Engineering Experiment StationMaterials World Network: Novel Interface and Strain Control in Epitaxial Nanocomposite Films
1008075Volkmar DierolfLehigh UniversityMaterials World Network: Switching in the Presence of Defects
1008600Rajendra K. BordiaUniversity of WashingtonMaterials World Network: Using Ice to make Advanced Energy Systems
1037898Xiaoli TanIowa State UniversityToward a Greener World: The (Re)search for Pb-Free Piezoelectrics
1041803Glenn A. GatesWalters Art MuseumA nanotech barrier-coating to reduce tarnish on silver artwork
1041808Karen TrentelmanThe Getty Conservation InstitutionSCIART: Collaborative Research into Archaeological Ceramics - High-Resolution Studies of Attic Black & Red Ceramic Slips
1043137Ian NettleshipUniversity of PittsburghProtecting Ceramics Surfaces from Mycobacteria
1046599Perena GoumaSUNY at Stony BrookCeramic Photocatalysts Clean Oil Spills
1048443William FahrenholtzMissouri University of Science and TechnologyProfessional Development Workshop in Ceramics
1052788Rick UbicBoise State UniversityMoving Telecommunications Forward
1057170Ying S. MengUniversity of California-San DiegoNew Functional Oxides For Electrochemical Energy Storage
1104801Jay A. SwitzerMissouri University of Science and TechnologyElectrodeposited Metal Oxides for Solid-State Memory
1104912Caroline A. RossMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyFerromagnetic Magnetooptical Oxides for Nonreciprocal Photonic Devices
1105975Menka JainUniversity of ConnecticutNanocomposite Magnetoelectric Films
1106168Pelagia GoumaSUNY at Stony BrookCeramic Nanosensor Diagnostics
1147812Raj N. SinghUniversity of Cincinnati Main CampusEAGER: High Temperature Sealing Materials that Self Repairs

 

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