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Ceramics

0449710Juan C. NinoUniversity of FloridaCAREER: Fundamental Structure-Dielectric Property Relationships of Fluorite Related compounds
0542740Scott A. BarnettNorthwestern UniversityCollaborative Research: Undergraduate Student Simulates 3D Structures
0604211Rosario A. GerhardtGeorgia Tech Research CorporationNanoparticle Arrangement Controls Electrical Current
0606246Scott MistureAlfred University NY State College of CeramicsNanosheet catalysts enable renewable fuels
0645312Daniel GallRensselaer Polytechnic InstituteCAREER: Material for Future Bio-Molecule Detection
0652424Jennifer A. LewisUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignMultinozzle Arrays for High-Throughput Printing
0706606Waltraud M. KrivenUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignThermal Behavior of the Hafnia-Tantala-Titania System
0710564Steve W. MartinIowa State UniversityMaterials World Network: New Glasses May Enable More Powerful and Safer Batteries
0710630Katherine T. FaberNorthwestern UniversityMaterials World Network: Electrodeposited Composites: Preventing Choke-Off
0746902Jacob L. JonesUniversity of FloridaCAREER: Origin of frequency-dependent piezoelectricity
0747896Yayoi TakamuraUniversity of California-DavisCAREER: Structural Variability of La0.5Sr0.5TiO3 Thin Films
0803663Jagdish NarayanNorth Carolina State UniversityGOALI: Epitaxial VO2/TiO2 heterostructure Integrated with Sapphire and Si(100) Substrates for multifunctional applications
0804043Minoru TomozawaRensselaer Polytechnic InstituteNew Glass Strengthening Method
0805022Keith J. BowmanPurdue UniversityFRG: Domain Orientation and Anisotropy in Poled Piezoelectrics
0805127Relva C. BuchananUniversity of Cincinnati Main CampusCorrosion Inhibiting Cation-Anion exchange pigments
0805172Brian W. SheldonBrown UniversityMechanical Forces That Change Chemistry
0806521Andrei StanishevskyUniversity of Alabama at BirminghamMaterials World Network: Diamond-Ceramic Nanofibrous Composites
0806592Dwight ViehlandVirginia Polytechnic Institute and State UniversityMaterials World Network: Giant Performance in Lead-Free Piezoelectric
0806610Sheryl EhrmanUniversity of Maryland College ParkMaterials World Network: Biological Templates for Anti Reflective PEC Applications
0806906Igor I. TsukrovUniversity of New HampshireMaterials World Network: Carbon/Carbon Composite Project
0840045Robert J. LadUniversity of MaineHigh Temperature Oxynitride Coatings
0840265Jerry D. HarrisNorthwest Nazarene CollegeAmines Change the Size and Shape of ZnO
0846784Robert F. KlieUniversity of Illinois at ChicagoCAREER: Increasing thermo-electric conversion efficiency by defect engineering
0854794Monica SorescuDuquesne UniversitySynthesis and Properties of Magnetic Ceramic Nanoparticles
0904094Jonathan F. StebbinsStanford UniversityBorosilicate Glass Structure
0904615Steve A. FellerCoe CollegeRUI: Publishable Glass Research with Undergraduates
0906306Laurence D. MarksNorthwestern UniversityNanolines on SrTiO3
0906349Jie LianRensselaer Polytechnic InstituteCollaborative Research: Nanostructured Materials Not Intrinsically Tolerant
0906584William FahrenholtzMissouri University of Science and TechnologyThermal Properties of ZrB2 Ceramics
0906608Laura H. LewisNortheastern UniversityFRG: Tailored iron-titanium oxide nanostructures
0906763Himanshu JainLehigh UniversityPulse shaping resolves a key challenge of laser fabrication of active single crystal architecture in glass
0906825Gang ChenOhio UniversityMaterials for Next-generation Electric Memories
0906874Shen DillonUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign "Seeing" Gas at the Nanoscale
0906931W. Craig CarterMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyCollaborative Research: Development of an Additive Selection Criteria based on Interface Complexions
0906957Eric E. FullertonUniversity of California-San DiegoX-ray vision of nano-materials
0907030Katsuyo S. ThorntonUniversity of Michigan Ann ArborUnderstanding Fuel Cell Microstructure Evolution
0907076Liping HuangRensselaer Polytechnic InstituteBrittle-to-ductile transition in densified silica glass
0907108Rishi RajUniversity of Colorado at BoulderCollaborative Research: High-Power Li-Ion Anode Materials
0907117Peter KrollUniversity of Texas at ArlingtonCollaborative Research: Making Batteries Better
0907385Sokrates T. PantelidesVanderbilt UniversityGOALI/FRG: Materials for Next-Generation Power Electronics
0907430Michel W. BarsoumDrexel UniversityThe Great Pyramids of Egypt: Cast, Carved or Both?
0907487Michal KrukCUNY College of Staten IslandSilicas with closed cylindrical nanopores
0907523I-Wei ChenUniversity of PennsylvaniaHigh Temperature Multiferroics
0907792Alexandra NavrotskyUniversity of California-DavisMaterials World Network: Polymer Architecture Controls Energetic Stabilization of Polymer Derived Ceramics
0908627Harry L. TullerMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyMaterials World Network: Non-stoichiometry of Nanoscaled Oxide Thin Films
0909091Bryan D. HueyUniversity of ConnecticutMaterials World Network-- Disappearing Nano-Particles
0932761Jane P. ChangUniversity of California-Los AngelesThin Film Electrolytes for Energy Devices
0943971Victoria SoghomonianVirginia Polytechnic Institute and State UniversityMaterials for electrochemical applications
0952794Shriram RamanathanHarvard UniversityCAREER: Correlated Oxide Materials for Beyond CMOS Electronics
0954110Erica L. CorralUniversity of ArizonaCAREER: High Temperature Materials Aerospace
0956071Javier E. GarayUniversity of California-RiversideCAREER: Optoelectronic ceramic nanocomposites
1002543Carmine VittoriaNortheastern UniversityVoltage Control of Magnetization with Strong Magneto-Electric Coupling in Hexa-Ferrites at Room Temperature
1002751Hans ConradNorth Carolina State UniversityControlling the Space Charge in Ceramics
1002751Hans ConradNorth Carolina State UniversityOutstanding Research by Undergraduate Students
1003030Ivar E. ReimanisColorado School of MinesGOALI/FRG: Doped Ceramics in India
1005398Howard E. KatzJohns Hopkins UniversitySodium -alumina as a High-k Solution-processed Gate Layer for Transparent and Low Voltage Electronics
1005720Edmund G. SeebauerUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignNanoscale Foreign-Atom Pile-up Near Semiconducting Oxide Surfaces is Quantified
1005771Susan E. Trolier-McKinstryPennsylvania State Univ University ParkProbing Local Origins of Nonlinearity in Ferroelectric Films
1005809Petra ReinkeUniversity of Virginia Main CampusOxidation of Stoichiometric and Carbon-Rich Tungsten Carbide Surfaces
1006515Jian LuoClemson UniversityTailor the Interfaces in Li Ion Battery Materials
1006547Haitao ZhangUniversity of North Carolina at CharlotteImpurity and Residual Effects on the Growth of Oxide Nanowires
1006568Stuart LichtGeorge Washington UniversityGOALI: Battery with More Energy than Gasoline
1006584Eric HellstromFlorida State UniversityIron-based (Ba,K)Fe2As2 superconductor carries surprisingly large amount of electrical current
1006640Susanne StemmerUniversity of California-Santa BarbaraTwo-Dimensional Electron Liquids in Oxides
1006725John G. EkerdtUniversity of Texas at AustinGOALI/FRG: 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-LincolnMaterials World Network: Complex Domain Topologies in Nano-thin BaTiO3 Lamellae
1007969Zhang XinghangTexas Engineering Experiment StationMaterials World Network: Novel Interface and Strain Control in Epitaxial Nanocomposite Films
1008075Volkmar DierolfLehigh UniversityMaterials World Network: Playing Quantum Billiard in Ferroelectrics
1008102Leslie J. StrubleUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignMaterials World Network: Composition of Phases in Geopolymer
1008600Rajendra K. BordiaUniversity of WashingtonCeramics for Next Generation Energy Systems
1037898Xiaoli TanIowa State UniversityToward a Greener World: The Development of Lead-Free Electroceramics
1041803Glenn GatesWalters Art MuseumSCIART: Collaborative Research: Novel Coating to Preserve Silver Artifacts
1041809Raymond J. PhaneufUniversity of Maryland College ParkSCIART: ALD oxide films as diffusion barriers for silver artifacts
1043137Ian NettleshipUniversity of PittsburghEAGER: Nanoparticles Inhibit Bacteria Growth on Ceramic Surfaces
1046599Pelegia GoumaSUNY at Stony BrookRAPID: Ceramic Nanocatalysts Clean Water
1052678Scott A BarnettNorthwestern UniversityAccurate 3D Fuel Cell Characterization
1052788Rick UbicBoise State UniversityModeling Ceramics Warts and All
1055413Matthew DawberSUNY at Stony BrookCAREER: Building in material properties layer by layer
1055504Ricardo H. R. CastroUniversity of California-DavisCAREER: Energetics of Pore Elimination
1055938Junqiao WuUniversity of California-BerkeleyCAREER: Phase Transitions at Reduced Dimension
1057155Miladin RadovicTexas Engineering Experiment StationCAREER: Atomic Defects Hop to the Tune of Music
1057170Ying S. MengUniversity of California-San DiegoCAREER: Dynamic Phenomena in Complex Oxides During Electrochemical Processes
1066649Ashok KumarUniversity of South FloridaRAPID: Novel Functionalized Nanomaterials for Effective Remediation of Spilled Oil Contaminants in the Gulf of Mexico
1104191Jeremy LevyUniversity of PittsburghElectro-Mechanical Response of Top-Gated LAO/STO Heterostructures
1104801Jay A. SwitzerMissouri University of Science and TechnologyElectrodeposited Metal Oxides for Solid-State Memory
1104869Sabyasachi SenUniversity of California-DavisGOALI: Novel Chalcogenide Glasses and Novel Characterization Techniques Go Hand in Hand
1104912Caroline A. RossMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyFerromagnetic Magnetooptical Oxides for Nonreciprocal Photonic Devices
1105219Jincheng DuUniversity of North TexasGOALI/Collaborative: Mixed former effect in oxide glasses
1105238Liping HuangRensselaer Polytechnic InstituteGOALI/Collaborative: Elastic root of the fracture behavior of glasses
1105672Carlos G. LeviUniversity of California-Santa BarbaraGOALI/FRG: Understanding Microstructural Effects on TBC Toughness
1105975Menka JainUniversity of ConnecticutNanocomposite Thin Films
1105986Judy WuUniversity of Kansas Center for Research IncPlasmonic graphene-trapping photons for advanced photovoltaics
1106058John KiefferUniversity of Michigan Ann ArborOptimizing Ion Mobility, Chemical Stability, and Mechanical Rigidity in Composite Electrolytes
1106168Pelagia GouomaSUNY at Stony BrookCrystallo-Chemical Approach to Gas Selectivity of Metal Oxides
1106943Michael E. McHenryCarnegie-Mellon UniversityMaterials World Network: Textbook on Structure of Materials
1106943Michael E. McHenryCarnegie-Mellon UniversityMaterials World Network: Titanomagnetite Decomposition and Magnetic Sensors for Their Terrestrial and Extraterrestrial Observation
1107642Robert W. CarpickUniversity of PennsylvaniaMaterials World Network: Environmental X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy for Materials Characterization
1108466Paul FuiererNew Mexico Institute of Mining and TechnologyMaterials World Network: New Mexico-Bayreuth Research Partnership
1120187J. Lingjie Guo University of Michigan Ann ArborSNM: Optoacoustic Lens using Carbon Nanotubes
1132058Elizabeth DickeyNorth Carolina State UniversityField-Induced Point Defect Redistribution in Metal Oxides: Mesoscopic Length Scale Phenomena
1137419Alex PunnooseBoise State UniversityEAGER/RUI: Magnetism in Metal Oxide Nanoparticles
1148936Krishna MuralidharanUniversity of ArizonaEAGER: Mattressene - Novel Graphene-Fullerene Hybrid Materials: Experiment and Theory
1150665Jennifer AndrewUniversity of FloridaCAREER: Structure-property Relationships Arising From Interfacial Coupling in Bi-phasic Ceramic Nanocomposites
1206338Victoria SoghomonianVirginia Polytechnic Institute and State UniversityMetal oxide nanosheets for energy storage
1206656Gregory S. RohrerCarnegie-Mellon UniversityAnomalously High Photochemical Reactivity of Thin Layers of Iron Oxide
1207323Rosario A. GerhardtGeorgia Tech Research CorporationGOALI: High School Students Learn about the Optical Properties of Nanoparticles
1207323Rosario A. GerhardtGeorgia Tech Research CorporationGOALI: Fabrication and Characterization of Controlled Microstructure Glass Composites for Electromagnetic Applications
1207328Seong H. KimPennsylvania State Univ University ParkAdsorbed Water Can Make Glass Weaker or Stronger
1216415Gregory S. RohrerCarnegie-Mellon UniversityWorkshop Charts the Course for Future Ceramics Research
1227789Raj SinghOklahoma State UniversityEAGER: High Temperature Sealing Materials that Self Repairs
1231153Tabbetha DobbinsRowan UniversityCAREER: Nanostructured Hydrides for Fuel Cells
1240771Alexandra NavrotskyUniversity of California-DavisEAGER: Can Carbon Substitute for Oxygen in Silicates?
1246470Jean ToulouseLehigh UniversityNew Glasses and Optical Fibers for mid-Infrared Lasers

 

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