Professor of Materials Science and Engineering
Carnegie Mellon University
Metallurgy & Materials Science, M.A.(1976) Cambridge University (UK). Materials Engineering, Ph.D.(1987) Drexel University.
Additive manufacturing, especially 3D printing of metals; statistical methods for describing and constructing microstructures in three dimensions; microstructure-property relationships in crystallographically textured materials; grain boundaries, their anisotropic properties and their impact on microstructural evolution; grain growth and recrystallization; structure and properties of nano-laminate composites; computer simulation of microstructural evolution and properties of materials; texture- and interface- sensitive properties, e.g. strength, fatigue resistance, corrosion resistance.