Materials

Matierials engineering is physics and chemistry combined, with useful outcomes like heat resistant items, UV-safe glass, scratch-free screens, and even substances that bind materials together like glue. Materials engineers figure out how to make a product last longer and cost less.

Have you ever thought about why human history has been defined by the materials used at the time? The Stone Age, Bronze Age, and Iron Age? If you think about it, you literally cannot make anything without materials—which makes materials critical to all disciplines of engineering

Ashley E. Paz y Puente Assistant Professor, Mechanical and Materials Engineering

Active Research Faculty

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Gregory Beaucage

Professor

513-556-3063

Research Interests: Nanomaterials


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Punit Boolchand

Professor

513-556-4758

Research Interests: Glass science and technology


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Carlos C. Co

Associate Professor

513-556-2731

Research Interests: Nanomaterials


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Jude Iroh

Professor

513-556-3115

Research Interests: Nanocomposite coatings


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Milind A. Jog

Professor

513-556-1675

Research Interests: Fluid mechanics, heat transfer


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Michael Kazmierczak

Associate Professor

Research Interests: Conduction and convection heat transfer


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Woo Kyun Kim

Associate Professor

513-556-5556

Research Interests: Materials


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Raj M Manglik

Professor

513-556-5704

Research Interests: Heat transfer, flow simulation


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Ashley E. Paz y Puente

Assistant Professor

513-556-3133

Research Interests: Materials, metals, reactions


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Vesselin N. Shanov

Professor

513-556-2461

Research Interests: Nanomaterials, thin films


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Donglu Shi

Professor

513-556-3100

Research Interests: Advanced energy materials and nano medicine


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Matthew Alan Steiner

Assistant Professor

513-556-8051

Research Interests: Magnetic materials, laser interactions


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