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MSE Faculty

List of MME faculty in the Materials Science and Engineering Program

 

For a list of Materials Science and Engineering Graduate Program faculty go - here.

 

 

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jiroh.png Iroh, Jude, Professor
PhD, 1990, University of Connecticut
Director: PRC

Office: 498 Rhodes Hall
Phone: (513) 556-3115
Email: Jude.Iroh@uc.edu
Conducting polymers and composites; processing and properties of composites, nanocomposites, electrochemical synthesis, surface coatings and corrosion of metals; processing of thin films and coatings.
     
Paz y Puente, Ashley, Assistant Professor
PhD, 2016, Northwestern University
Office: 640 ERC
Phone: (513) 556-3133
Phase transformations; diffusion reactions and kinetics; diffusion coatings; Kirkendall effect, metallic microtubes, intermetallics; high temperature alloys; shape memory alloys; additive manufacturing; metallic scaffolds; X-ray tomography.
     

Shi, Donglu, Professor
PhD, 1986, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Chair, The Materials Science and Engineering Program
Lab: Nanomaterials & Nano Biomedicine

Office: 493 Rhodes Hall
Phone: 513-556-3100
Email: shid@ucmail.uc.edu

Nanostructures; nanomedicine, nano photonics, magnetism, nanocomposites; energy materials and devices.

     
Steiner, Matt, Assistant Professor, PhD, 2014, University of Virginia
Office: 635A Rhodes Hall
Phone: 513-556-8051
Email: Matt.Steiner@uc.edu
Phase transformations; metallurgy; intermetallics; chemical ordering; strain-effects on phase equilibria; materials characterization; thin film deposition; magnetic materials; crystallographic texture evolution; laser-material interactions
     
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Vasudevan, Vijay, Professor
PhD, 1986, The University of Tennessee-Knoxville
Office: 501D ERC
Phone: 513-556-3103
Email: Vijay.Vasudevan@uc.edu

Physical metallurgy; phase transformations; mechanical behavior; deformation mechanisms; creep; structure-property relations; transmission electron microscopy; diffraction; spectroscopy intermetallics; high temperature alloys and composites; nanoscale materials; thin films and interconnect materials.