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Grady White

Research Interests

Failure analysis and lifetime prediction for brittle materials, Strain measurements, Domain stability in piezoelectric materials, Time delayed mechanical failure, Nondestructive evaluation, Thermal property measurements

  

Professional Affiliations

American Physical Society

Sigma Xi

 

Awards and Honors

United States Department of Commerce Bronze Medal (1992)

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Position:

Physical Scientist
Materials Reliability Division
Cell & Tissue Mechanics

Employment History:

2008 to present: Project Leader, Active Implanted Medical Device Reliability, Cell and Tissue Mechanics Group, Materials Reliability Division, NIST

2007 to 2008: Scientist, Cell and Tissue Mechanics Group, Materials Reliability Division, NIST

2006 to 2007: Project Leader, Nanomechanical Test Structures, Ceramics Division, NIST

2005 to 2006: Acting Group Leader, Nanomechanical Properties Group, Ceramics Division, NIST

2004 to 2005: Detailed to Advanced Technology Program, NIST

2003 to 2004: Scientist, Film Characterization and Properties Group, Ceramics Division, NIST

2002 to 2003: Group Leader, Mechanical Properties Group, Ceramics Division, NIST

1996 to 2002: Group Leader, Film Characterization and Properties Group, Ceramics Division, NIST

1991 to 1995: Group Leader, Electronic Materials Group, Ceramics Division, NIST

1981 to 1991: Scientist, Fracture and Deformation Division, NBS/NIST

1978 to 1980: Scientist, Glass, Ceramics, and Solid State Physics Division, NBS

Education:

Ph.D., Physics, University of North Carolina, 1978

M.S., Physics, University of North Carolina, 1976

B.S., Physics, College of Williamand Mary, 1972

Contact

Phone: 303-497-4638
Email: grady.white@nist.gov
Fax: 303-497-5030