Expert in Electrodeposition, Corrosion, Wet Etching, Thin Films, Nanofabrication, Electrocatalysis
Expert’s research is diverse, encompassing several fields such as; electrochemical nanofabrication and nanomaterials synthesis, electrodeposition of thin films and magnetic alloys, sensors, alloy corrosion, and electro-catalysis. His academic record includes 30 peer reviewed papers with 400+ citation, 3 book chapters, 4 editorials on conference proceedings, 3 US patents and more than 15 invited talks on international conferences.
Expert has taught several graduate and undergraduate courses including Mechanical Metallurgy, Electrical Circuits, Computer Problem Solving, Electrochemical Nanofabrication Technology and he is currently serving as an instructor for Electrochemical Society Short Course Series on Electrodeposition of Magnetic Materials.
Expert is active member of several professional societies including Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Material Research Society, Electrochemical Society, International Society of Electrochemistry and Serbian Chemical Society. Expert has had the privilege to be the organizer and co-chair of more than 10 symposia at international conferences and meetings (ISE and ECS) and he is currently serving as the member of the Executive Committee of the Electrodeposition Division of the Electrochemical Society, and also as the member of the Editorial Board of the “Nanotechnology, Science and Applications’’ Journal.
Expert may consult nationally and internationally, and is also local to the following cities: Houston, Texas - Pasadena, Texas - Beaumont, Texas - College Station, Texas - Baytown, Texas - Bryan, Texas - Sugar Land, Texas - Port Arthur, Texas - Galveston, Texas - Missouri City, Texas
|Year: 1999||Degree: PhD||Subject: Materials science||Institution: Arizona State University|
|Years: 2005 to Present||Employer: Undisclosed||Title:||Department: Electrical & Comp. Eng.||Responsibilities: Assistant Professor, Electrochemical Nanofabrication and Nanomaterials Synthesis Group|
|Years: 2001 to 2005||Employer: Seagate Research Center||Title:||Department: Heads||Responsibilities: Nanofabrication Group, magnetic heads fabrication, magnetic mateirals synthesis, corrosion, etc....|
|Years: 1999 to 2001||Employer: Brook Haven National Laboratory||Title: Posdoctoral Resarch Associate||Department: Chemistry Department||Responsibilities: Catlyst Desing and Caracterization|
|Years: 1998 to 2000||Employer:||Title: Research Associate||Department:||Responsibilities:|
|Years: 1995 to 1998||Employer: Arizona State University||Title:||Department:||Responsibilities:|
|Years: 1994 to 1995||Employer:||Title: Process Development Engineer||Department:||Responsibilities:|
|Years: 1999 to 2001||Agency: Brookhaven National Lab||Role: Research staff||Description: Catlyst desing and caracterization|
|Associations / Societies|
|IEEE, Electrochemical Society, International Society of Electrochemistry, Materials Research Society, Serbian Chemical Society, ASEE|
|Awards / Recognition|
|NSF Career Award
University of Houston Research and Teaching Excellence Award
Graduate Academic Scholarship Award, Arizona State University
Annual Award ‘Fond Paja S. Tutundzic’ 92/93 for outstanding undergraduate record.
Serbian Academy of Sciences Annual Award for outstanding undergraduate achievements
|Publications and Patents Summary|
|Over 50 publications and 3 US Patents and 9 Seagate Technology trade secrets.
Several invited lectures and presentations
|Expert Witness Experience|
|Magnetic recording and fabriaaction, magnetic alloys, corrosion, thin films, catalysis, surface science, nanofabrication|
|Training / Seminars|
|30+ presentations with 15+ invited lectures and talks.
Teaches Mechanical Metallurgy, Computer Problem Solving, Electrical Circuits, Introduction to Nanoscale Design and Engineering, and Electrochemical Nanofabrication Technology.
|Four years of experience in magntic recoding industry.|
|Other Relevant Experience|
|RESEARCH INTERESTS include:
Nanofabrication, Electrocatalysis, Electrochemical Thin Film Growth, Magnetic Materials, Sensors, Corrosion, and Physics and Thermodynamics of Electrified Interfaces.