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Graduate Alumni

Associated with the UF College of Dentistry Center for Dental Biomaterials

Kallaya Supputamongkol, D.D.S., Ph.D.
Materials Science and Engineering, 2002
Contact fatigue mechanisms as a function of crystal aspect ratio in baria-silicate glass-ceramics
Thomas J. Hill, Ph.D.
Materials Science and Engineering, 2001
Quantitative fracture analysis of a biological ceramic
Alvaro Della Bona, D.D.S., MMedSci, Ph.D.
Materials Science and Engineering, 2001
Interfacial adhesion of dental ceramic-resin systems
Nicola Richards, D.M.D., Ph.D.
Materials Science and Engineering, 2001
Effect of molecular mass of priming resin on bond strength to dentin
Nils Goetzen, M.S.
Aerospace Engineering, Mechanics & Engineering Science
Joan Y Chan, M.S.
Materials Science and Engineering, 1999
Mechanical degradation of canasite glass-ceramic under dynamic and cyclic fatigue
Jason Griggs, Ph.D.
Materials Science and Engineering, 1998
Dominant toughening mechanisms in barium aliminosilicate (BAS) glass-ceramics
Jeff Thompson, Ph.D.
Materials Science and Engineering, 1995
Characterization of mechanical behavior based on microstructural phenomena in Li2O.2SiO2 glass-ceramics
Doug Parsell, Ph.D.
Materials Science and Engineering, 1994
Optimization of glass-ceramic heat treatment schedules
Ananth Naman, M.S.
Materials Science and Engineering, 1994
Mechanical Property and Fractal Dimension determination in Li2O.2SiO2
Phillip Cook, Ph.D.
Aerospace Engineering, Mechanics & Engineering Science, 1990
Compressive Damage and fracture modeling of ceramics subjected to high-velocity impact
Bahram Hojjatie, Ph.D.
Aerospace Engineering, Mechanics & Engineering Science, 1990
Thermal tempering of layered ceramic structures
David C. Sarrett, D.M.D., M.S.
Materials Science and Engineering, 1989
Wear Behavior of dental composite Restorative materials
Current Chairman of the Department of General Practice, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Dentistry