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Current research interest in instrumentation utilizes resonant ultrasound spectroscopy and the analysis. Research interests in instrumentation also include surface enhanced Brillouin spectroscopy, Brillouin light scattering, Marx oscillator, pulse-echo superposition, pulse excitation, and electromagnetic resonance.
Current research interests in physical properties include medical device reliability and MEMS-based material applications to harsh environments. Research interests also include physical and mechanical properties such as strengths of materials, elastic constants, internal friction, sound velocities, anharmonic properties, mass density, and low temperature physics, surface plasmons, and magnetic properties.
Current research materials include ceramic capacitors, and stainless steels 316L and 302. Research interests in materials also include nanoimprints, nanorods, membranes, graphene, nanotubes, thin films, low-k dielectric materials, magnetic materials, monocrystals, metals and alloys, composites, polymers, semiconductors, superconductors, and piezoelectric materials.
Engineer-In-Training, Colorado (1984)
Certificates of Recognitions, NIST, 1986, 1987, and 1988
Materials Research Engineer
Materials Reliability Division
Cell & Tissue Mechanics
1985 to present: Materials Research Engineer, Materials Reliability Division, NIST
1983 summer, IBM, Boulder, Colorado
1981-1983: Duane Physics Laboratory, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado
M.S., Engineering Mechanics, University of Colorado at Boulder, 1986
B.S., Chemical Engineering, University of Colorado at Boulder, 1984
B.S., Applied Mathematics, University of Colorado at Boulder, 1984