Deborah D.L. Chung
Broad materials science and engineering interest relates to mechanical engineering (thermal management, smart materials, composite materials, vibration damping), electrical engineering (electromagnetic interference shielding, electronic packaging, sensors), civil engineering (concrete), and chemical engineering (batteries, activated carbon, filter membranes). It is associated with multidisciplinary research, practical applications and new material development.
California Institute of Technology, Engineering and Applied Science, B.S. (Honor), 1973; Engineering Science, M.S., 1973.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Materials Science, S.M., 1975; Materials Science, Ph.D., 1977.
University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, 1986-present (named Niagara Mohawk Chair Professor of Materials Research in 1991); Director of Composite Materials Research Laboratory, 1989-present; Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Scholarship and Creative Activities, 2003.
Carnegie Mellon University, Associate Professor of Metallurgical Engineering and Materials Science, 1982-86; Assistant Professor of Metallurgical Engineering and Materials Science and of Electrical and Computer Engineering, 1977-82.
Journal publications (512, Web of Knowledge)
Web of Knowledge h-factor = 44