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Waltraud M. Kriven

2/21/2012  8:00 am

Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, Affiliate Professor of Mechanical Science and Engineering, Affiliate Professor of Bioengineering

Education: Ph.D., Physical and Inorganic Chemistry, University of Adelaide in South Australia

Research interests: structural ceramic composites and oxide fibers (design, fabrication, characterization and mechanical evaluation), mechanisms of ferroelasticity and ferroelastic transformations, martensitic transformations in ceramics, microstructure characterization by scanning and transmission electron microscopy (SEM, TEM, EDS, HVEM, HREM, XPS), bioresorbable nanoceramics for gene and drug delivery, bone and cartilage performs, geopolymers.

105 Materials Science and Engineering Building
1304 W. Green Street
Urbana, IL 61801
217-333-5258 • kriven@illinois.edu