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Ray Henry Baughman
Research Scientist-Faculty-Natural Sciences & Mathematics
Office MailstopMail Box: BE26, Berkner Hall, Room No.: BE3.316 
Email Address  Ray.Baughman@utdallas.edu    Primary Phone Number 972-883-6530    URL Ray Baughman's NanoTech Institute Profile    Media Contact
 Professional Preparation
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 DegreeMajorInstitutionYear
 Ph.D.DEAP Applied PhysicsHarvard University1971
 B.S.PhysicsCarnegie Mellon University1964
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RESEARCH INTERESTS
  • Nanoscale Self-Assembly
  • Nanomaterials Processing
  • Electronics/Optics/Magnetics
  • Nanoscale Devices
  • Photonic Crystals
  • Electrochemical Devices
  • Highly Conducting Organic Polymers
  • Carbon Nanotubes
  • Artificial Muscles
  • Ferroelectrics
  • New Forms of Carbon
  • Auxetic Materials
  • Solid-State Synthesis
  • Nano-Bio Interface
    Overview
    Ray Baughman received a B.S. in Physics from Carnegie Mellon University and a Ph.D. in the Materials Science area from Harvard University. Upon graduation he went to Allied Chemical, which later became AlliedSignal and then Honeywell. In August 2001, he became the Robert A. Welch Chair in Chemistry and Director of the Alan G. MacDiarmid NanoTech Institute at the University of Texas in Dallas.

    He is a member of the National Academy of Engineering, The Academy of Medicine, Engineering and Science of Texas, a Fellow of the American Physical Society and the World Innovation Foundation, an Academician of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, an Honorary Professor of three universities in China, and is on editorial and advisory boards of Science, Synthetic Metals, the International Journal of Nanoscience, and the Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology.

    Ray has 66 US patents and over 300 publications with over 10,500 citations. He has received the Chemical Pioneer Award of the American Institute of Chemists (1995), the Cooperative Research Award in Polymer Science and Engineering (1996), the New Materials Innovation Prize of the Avantex International Forum for Innovative Textiles (2005), Nano 50 Awards from Nanotech Briefs Magazine for Carbon Nanotube Sheets and Yarns (2006) and for Fuel Powered Artificial Muscles (2007), the NanoVic Prize from Australia (2006), the Scientific American Magazine 50 recognitionfor outstanding technological leadership (2006), Chancellor's Entrepreneurship and Invention Award (2007), 21 for the 21st Century award (2007), the Alumni Distinguished Achievement Award of Carnegie Mellon University (2007), and the Kapitza Metal of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences (2007).

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    2012
    “Synergistic toughening of composite fibres by self-alignment of reduced graphene oxide and carbon nanotubes”, M. K. Shin, B. Lee, S. H. Kim, J. A. Lee, G. M. Spinks, S. Gambhir, G. G. Wallace, M. E. Kozlov, R. H. Baughman, S. J. Kim, Nature Communications | 3:650 | DoI: 10.1038/ncomms1661 | www.nature.com/naturecommunications (2012).
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    2012
    “Preparation and Characterization of Hybrid Conducting Polymer-Carbon Nanotube Yarn”, J. Foroughi, G. M. Spinks, S. R. Ghorbani, M. E. Kozlov, F. Safaei, G. Peleckis, G. G. Wallace, R. H. Baughman, Nanoscale 4, 940-945 (2012).
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    2012
    “Electrical power from nanotube and graphene electrochemical thermal energy harvesters” T. J. Kang, S. Fang, M. E. Kozlov, C. S. Haines, N. Li, Y. H. Kim, Y. Chen, and R. H. Baughman, Advanced Functional Materials 22, 477-489 (2012).
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    2012
    “Hydrogen Fuel-Powered Bell-Segments of Biomimetic Jellyfish Undersea a“Hydrogen Fuel-Powered Bell-Segments of Biomimetic Jellyfish Undersea Vehicle”, Y. Tadesse, A. Villanueva, C.S. Haines, D. M. Novitski, R. H. Baughman, and S. Priya, Smart Materials and Structures 21 (2012) 045013 (17pp). Vehicle”, Y. Tadesse, A. Villanueva, C.S. Haines, D. M. Novitski, R. H. Baughman, and S. Priya, Smart Materials and Structures 21 (2012) 045013 (17pp).
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    2012
    “Catalytic Twist-Spun Yarns of Nitrogen-Doped Carbon Nanotubes”, X. Lepró, R. Ovalle-Robles, M. D. Lima, A. L. Elías, M. Terrones, R. H. Baughman, Advanced Functional Materials 22, 1069-1075 (2012).
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    DurationRankDepartment / SchoolCollege / OfficeUniversity / Company
    2001-PresentRobert A. Welch ProfessorChemistry University of Texas at Dallas
    2001-PresentDirectorNanoTech Institute University of Texas at Dallas
    1990-1991Corporate Fellow  Honeywell International
    1978-1990Manager  Honeywell International
    1974-1978Group Leader  Honeywell International
    1970-1973Staff Scientist  Honeywell International
     News Articles
    NanoTech Director Makes List of Top Researchers
    UT Dallas News Center

    UT Dallas scientist Dr. Ray Baughman has been ranked one of the decade’s top 100 material scientists in a list compiled by Thomson Reuters.
     
    Baughman, who ranked 30th according to the study, is a member of the National Academy of Engineering and The Academy of Medicine, Engineering and Science of Texas; a Fellow of the American Physical Society and the Royal Society of Chemistry; and an academician of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences.
     
    In August 2001, after a career in private industry, he became the Robert A. Welch Distinguished Chair in Chemistry and director of the Alan G. MacDiarmid NanoTech Institute at UT Dallas.

    NanoTech Institute Director Ray Baughman Elected to National Academy of Engineering
    UT Dallas News Center
    Dr. Ray Baughman, one of the most talented and pioneering nanotechnologists of his time, has been recognized by his peers through election to the National Academy of Engineering (NAE). He was one of only two Texans among 65 new members added by the Academy, according to an announcement Friday.
     
    Baughman, the Robert A. Welch Distinguished Chair in Chemistry in the School of Natural Science and Mathematics, and director of the Alan G. MacDiarmid NanoTech Institute at UT Dallas, and was tapped for membership to the NAE for his contributions to the science of nanotechnology, specifically for his work in pioneering novel applications of conjugated polymers and related materials.

    NanoTech Director Honored by Chinese Scholars
    UT Dallas News Center
    In a ceremony held recently at Nankai University, in Tianjin City, China, Dr. Ray Baughman received the university’s highest honorary title. 
     
    The university lauded Baughman’s achievements in the field of nanotechnology, including the development of artificial muscles based on carbon nanotubes, by making him a Yang Shixian Professor.
     
    Baughman is a Robert A. Welch Chair in Chemistry and director of the Alan G. MacDiarmid NanoTech Institute at UT Dallas.  He was recognized for the appointment by Nankai University President Zihe Rao. 

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    United States Patents
    1. Cyclically-Bound Ladder Polymers of Cyclic Diacetylene Tetramers
    R.H. Baughman and K.C. Yee
    U.S. 3,923,622
    2. Organic Polymers with Near-Zero Uniaxial Thermal Expansion Coefficients
    R.H. Baughman, E.A. Turi, A.F. Preziosi, and K.C. Yee
    U.S. 3,994,867
    3. Time-Temperature History Indicators
    G.N. Patel, A.F. Preziosi, and R.H. Baughman
    U.S. 3,999,946
    4. Carbazolyl Diacetylenic Polymers
    K.C. Yee, R.R. Chance, and R.H. Baughman
    U.S. 4,208,501
    5. Thermochromic Polydiacetylenes Containing Urethane Groups
    R.H. Baughman, R.R. Chance, G.G. Miller, G. Patel, A.F. Preziosi, and
    K.C. Yee
    U.S. 4,215,208
    6. Crystalline Diacetylene Polymers
    R.H. Baughman, A.F. Preziosi, and K.C. Yee
    U.S. 4,220,747
    7. Thermochromic Polydiacetylenes
    K.C. Yee, A.F. Preziosi, G.N. Patel, R.R. Chance, G.G. Miller and
    R.H. Baughman
    U.S. 4,242,440
    8. Division of above, U.S. 4,255,535
    9. Process of Printing by Impact and For Making Areas Where Impact or Pressure is Applied
    R.H. Baughman and G.N. Patel
    U.S. 4,328,259
    10. Temperature Measurement and Display of Indicia Using Thermochromic Polyacetylenes
    K.C. Yee, A.F. Preziosi, G.N. Patel, R.R. Chance, G.G. Miller, and
    R.H. Baughman
    U.S. 4,339,951
    11. Metal Salts of Polyacetylenic Compounds and Uses Thereof As Ion Exchange and Thermochromic Polymers
    A.F. Preziosi, G.N. Patel, R.G. Denkewalter, and R.H. Baughman
    U.S. 4,373,032
    12. Thermoplastic Conductive Polymers
    G.G. Miller, D.M. Ivory, L.W. Shacklette, R.R. Chance, R.L. Elsenbaumer,
    R.H. Baughman
    U.S. 4,375,427
    13. Integrated Time-Temperature and Radiation Dosage History Recording Device
    R.H. Baughman, G.G. Miller, and G.N. Patel
    U.S. 4,389,217
    14. Electrically Conductive Compositions of Doped Polyphenylenes and Shaped Articles Comprising the Same
    D.M. Ivory, G.G. Miller, R.R. Chance, and R.H. Baughman
    U.S. 4,440,669
    15. Battery Having Polymeric Anode Coated with Reaction Product of Oxirane Compound
    M. Maxfield, G.G. Miller, R.H. Baughman, and J.E. Frommer
    U.S 4,472,487
    16. Enhancing Conductivity of Donor-Doped Polyacetylene
    P.G. Delannoy, G.G. Miller, H. Eckhardt, and R.H. Baughman
    U.S. 4,502,981
    17. Electrically Conductive Compositions of Doped Polyphenylenes and Shaped Articles Comprising the Same
    D.M. Ivory, G.G. Miller, R.R. Chance, and R.H. Baughman
    U.S. 4,517,116
    18. Environmental Indicator Device and Method
    R.H. Baughman, R.L. Elsenbaumer, Z. Iqbal, G.G. Miller, and H. Eckhardt
    U.S. 4,646,066
    19. Indicator Device Using Metal Salts of Polyacetylenic Compounds
    A.F. Preziosi, G.N. Patel, R.G. Denkewalter, and R.H. Baughman
    U.S. 4,646,674
    20. Method for Grafting Polymers to Polytetrafluoroethylene, and Grafted Composites Thereof
    R.L. Elsenbaumer, D.M. Ivory, Z. Iqbal, and R. H. Baughman
    U.S. 4,661,383
    21. Metal Salts of Polyacetylenic Compounds and Uses Thereof
    A.F. Preziosi, G. N. Patel, R.G. Denkewalter, and R.H. Baughman
    U.S. 4,699,997
    22. Defrost Indicator for Detecting Handling Abuse of Frozen Foods
    A.F. Peziosi, T. Prusik, and R.H. Baughman
    U.S. 4,735,745
    23. Dual-Pane Thermal Window With Liquid Crystal Shade
    R.H. Baughman, E.D. Buff, H. Eckhardt, and G.H. Fuchs
    U.S. 4,848,875
    24. Method of Forming Superconducting Ceramics by Electrodeposition
    M. Maxfield, R. H. Baughman, Z. Iqbal and H. Eckhardt
    U.S. 4,870,051
    25. Method of Forming Superconducting Ceramics by Electrodeposition
    M. Maxfield, R.H. Baughman, Z. Iqbal, and H. Eckhardt
    U.S. 4,879,270
    26. Defrost Indicator
    A.F. Preziosi, T. Prusik, R.H. Baughman
    U.S. 4,892,677
    27. Adjustable Tint Window With Electroactive Conductive Polymers
    J.F. Wolf, L.W. Shacklette, G.G. Miller, R.L. Elsenbaumer, and
    R.H. Baughman
    U.S. 4,893,908
    28. Dual-Pane Thermal Window With Liquid Crystal Shade
    R.H. Baughman, E.D. Buff, H. Eckhardt, and G.H. Fuchs
    U.S. 4,893,902
    29. Division of above, U.S. 4,899,503
    30. Methods of Forming Crystallite-Oriented Superconducting Ceramics by Electrodeposition
    M. Maxfield, R.H. Baughman, Z. Iqbal, and H. Eckhardt
    U.S. 4,939,308
    31. Method of Making a Thermal Window Glazing with Conductive Polymer Coating to Block Radiative Heating
    L.W. Shacklette, K. Jen, H. Eckhardt, R.L. Elsenbaumer, and
    R.H. Baughman
    U.S. 4,963,206
    32. Dual Pane Thermal Window with Liquid Crystal Shade
    R.H. Baughman, E.D. Buff, H. Eckhardt, and G.H. Fuchs
    U.S. 4,964,251
    33. U.S. 5,009,044 (Divisional of above)
    34. U.S. 5,025,602 (Divisional of above)
    35. Adjustable Tint Window with Electrochromic Conductive Polymer
    J.F. Wolf, G.G. Miller, L.W. Shacklette, R.L. Elsenbaumer, and
    R.H. Baughman
    U.S. 5,042,923
    36. Thermal Window Glazing with Conductive Polymer Coating to Block Radiative Heating
    L.W. Shacklette, K. Jen, H. Eckhardt, R.L. Elsenbaumer, and
    R.H Baughman
    U.S. 5,099,621
    37. Dual, Series/Parallel Battery Cell Connects
    R.H. Baughman, C. Becht, and L.W. Shacklette
    U.S. 5,104,752
    38. Dual Pane Thermal Window with Liquid Crystal Shade
    R.H. Baughman, E.D. Buff, H. Eckhardt, and G.H. Fuchs
    U.S. 5,152,111
    39. Superconducting Ceramics by Electrodeposition of Metals with Embedment of Particulate Matter Followed by Oxidation
    M. Maxfield, H. Eckhardt, R. H. Baughman, and Z. Iqbal
    U.S. 5,120,707
    40. Dual Pane Thermal Window With Liquid Crystal Shade
    R.H. Baughman, E.D. Buff, H. Eckhardt, and G.H. Fuchs
    U.S. 5,152,111
    41. Superconducting Ceramics by Sequential Electrodeposition of Metals Followed by Oxidation
    R.H. Baughman, M. Behi, H. Eckhardt, Z. Iqbal, and M. Maxfield
    U.S. 5,162,295
    42. Dual Pane Thermal Window with Liquid Crystal Shade
    R.H. Baughman, E.D. Buff, H. Eckhardt, and G.H. Fuchs
    U.S. 5,197,242
    43. Conducting Polymer Film Formation Using Initiator Pretreatment
    C.C. Han, R.H. Baughman, and R.L. Elsenbaumer
    U.S. 5,225,495
    44. Piezoelectric Ceramic-Polymer Composites
    C. Cui, R.H. Baughman, Z. Iqbal, T.R. Kazmar, and D.K. Dahlstrom
    U.S. 5,702,629
    45. Improved Colored Articles and Compositions and Methods for Their Fabrication
    T.L. Smith, R.H. Baughman, M.F. Martin, W. Choi, and J. Moulton
    U.S. 5,932,309
    46. Piezoelectrics and Related Devices from Ceramics Dispersed in Polymers
    C. Cui, R.H. Baughman, Z. Iqbal, T.R. Kazmar, and D.K. Dahlstrom
    U.S. 5,951,908 (issued 9/14/1999)
    47. U.S. Patent 6,074,742 (Divisional of US 5,932,309, issued 7/13, 2000)
    48. Method for the Mechanochemical Preparation of High Performance Ceramics
    C. Cui, J. Su, and R.H. Baughman
    U.S. 6,136,229 (issued 10/24/2000)
    49. U.S. 6,150,019 (Divisional of US 5,932,309, issued 11/21/2000)
    50. U.S. 6,153,299 (Divisional of US 5,932,309, issued 11/21/2000)
    51. Three Dimensionally Periodic Structural Assemblies on Nanometer and Longer Scales
    A.A. Zakhidov, R.H. Baughman, C. Cui, I. Khayrullin, L.-M. Liu, I. Udod,
    J. Su, and M. Kozlov
    U.S. 6,261,469 (Issued 7/17/2001)
    52. Colored Articles and Compositions and Methods for Their Fabrication
    T.L. Smith, R.H. Baughman, M.F. Martin, W. Choi, and J. Moulton
    U.S. 6,440,340 (Issued 8/27/2002)
    53. Colored Articles and Compositions and Methods for Their Fabrication
    T.L. Smith, R.H. Baughman, M.F. Martin, W. Choi, and J. Moulton
    U.S. 6,514,446 (Issued 2/4/2003)
    54. Three Dimensionally Periodic Structural Assemblies on Nanometer and Longer Scales
    A.A. Zakhidov, R.H. Baughman, C. Cui, I. Khayrullin, L.-M. Liu, I. Udod,
    J. Su, and M. Kozlov
    U.S. 6,517,762 (Issued 2/11/2003)
    55. Actuators Using Double-Layer Charging of High Surface Area Materials
    R.H. Baughman, C. Cui, J. Su; Z. Iqbal; A.A. Zakhidov
    U.S. 6,555,945 (Issued 4/29/2003)
    56. Spinning, Processing, and Applications of Carbon Nanotube Filaments, Ribbons, and Yarns
    A. Lobovsky, J. Matrunich, M. Kozlov, R.C. Morris, R.H. Baughman,
    A.A. Zakhidov
    U.S. 6,682,677 (Issued 1/27/2004)
    57. Composite Material Comprising Oriented Carbon Nanotubes in a Carbon Matrix and Process for Preparing Same
    A. Lobovsky, J. Matrunich, R.H. Baughman, I. Palley, G.A. West,
    I. Golecki, U.S. 6,764,628 (Issued 7/24/2007)
    58. Spinning, Processing, and Applications of Carbon Nanotube Filaments, Ribbons, and Yarns
    A. Lobovsky, J. Matrunich, M. Kozlov, R.C. Morris, R.H. Baughman,
    A.A. Zakhidov
    U.S. 7,247,290 (Issued 7/24/2007)
    59. "Material and Device Properties Modification by Electrochemical Charge Injection in the Absence of Contacting Electrolyte for either Local Spatial or Final States", D.-S. Suh, R.H. Baughman, A. A. Zakhidov, PCT Int. Appl. (2005), 152 pp. CODEN: PIXXD2 WO 2005084378 A2 20050915.
    60. "Polymer-free Carbon Nanotube Assemblies (Fibers, Ropes, Ribbons, Films)",
    R. H. Baughman, M. Kozlov, V. H. Ebron, R. Capps, J. Ferraris, PCT Int. Appl.
    (2006), 80 pp. CODEN: PIXXD2 WO 2006137893 A2 20061228
    61. "Fabrication and Application of Nanofiber Ribbons and Sheets and Twisted and Non-Twisted Nanofiber Yarns", M. Zhang, S. Fang, R. H. Baughman,
    A. A. Zakhidov, K. R. Atkinson, A. E. Aliev, S. Li, C. Williams, Filed PCT Int. Application (2007), 425 pp, CODEN:PIXXD2 WO 2007015710 A2 20070208.
    62. "Fuel Powered Actuators", V. H. Ebron, Z. Yang, D. J. Seyer, M. Kozlov, J. Oh,
    H. Xie, J. Razal, J. P. Ferraris, A. G. MacDiarmid and R. H. Baughman, Filed PCT International Application (2007), PCT US 2007/063241.
    63. "Diameter-selective reversible closable peptides", G. R. Dieckmann, A. Ortiz-Acevedo, R. H. Baughman, A. B. Dalton, R. K. Draper, and I. H. Musselman,. U.S. Pat. Appl. Publ. (2007), CODEN: USXXCO US 2007269364 A1 20071122 Application: US 2006-441480 20060526.
    64. "Use of diameter-selective reversible cyclic peptides for purifying single walled carbon nanotubes", G. R. Dieckmann, A. Ortiz-Acevedo, R. H. Baughman,
    A. B. Dalton, R. K. Draper, I. H. Musselman, U.S. Pat. Appl. Publ. (2007),
    13pp. CODEN: USXXCO US 2007269364.
    65. "Method and apparatus for transferring an array of oriented carbon nanotubes",
    A. A. Zakhidov, R. Nanjundaswamy, S. Li, A. Zakhidov, M. Zhang,
    R. H. Baughman, U.S. Pat. Appl. Publ. (2008), 24pp. US 2008014443 A1
    66. "Adjuvant-mediated reactivity enhancement of polymerizable polyacetylenic materials for indicator inks", T. Prusik, D. Smith, R. H. Baughman, PCT Int. Appl. (2008), 71pp., WO 2008002833 A2.
    67. "Nanofiber Actuators and Strain Amplifiers", A. E. Aliev, J. Oh, M. E. Kozlov, A. A. Kuznetsov, S. Fang, A. F. Fonseca, R. Ovalle, M. D. Lima, M. H. Haque, Y. N. Gartstein, M. Zhang, A. A. Zakhidov, R. H. Baughman, Patent Office Provisional Filing No. 61089275 (August 15, 2008).
    68. R. H. Baughman, L. J. Hall, M. Kozlov, D. E. Smith, T. Prusik, Crystallized diacetylenic indicator compounds and methods of preparing the compounds. PCT Int. Appl. WO 2009059035 (2009) and US Patent Application Publication US 2009/0131718 A1 (May 21, 2009).
    69. "Co-Crystallizable Diacetylene Monomer Compositions, Crystal Phases and Mixtures, and Related Methods", E. C. Martinez, R. H. Baughman, L. J. Hall, M. Kozlov, D. E. Smith, T. Pruzik, and C. M. Lentz, provisional patent filing.

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    HONORS
    • Member National Academy of Engineering (Elected 2008)
    • Member Academy of Medicine, Engineering and Science of Texas
    • Foreign Member of Russian Academy of Natural Sciences (Elected 1997)
    • Honorary Professor of Jilin University, China (Elected 2001)
    • Concurrent Professor of Nanjing University, China (Elected 2002)
    • Advisory Professor of Fudan University, China (Elected 2002)
    • Fellow of Amer. Phys. Society, the Royal Soc. of Chemistry, and Amer. Inst. of Chemists
    • Editorial Boards of Science (2000-), Synthetic Metals (1978-07) and Int. J. of Nanosci. (2002-)
    • Editorial Advisory Board of the Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (2002-)
    • Chemical Pioneer Award of the American Institute Of Chemists (1995)
    • Cooperative Research Award in Polymer Science and Engineering (PMSE, ACS, 1996)
    • AlliedSignal Technical Achievement Awards for Time-Temperature Indicators (1988), Polyaniline Compositions and Applications (1994), Sonar Hydrophones (1996)
    • New Materials Innovation Prize, Avantex Intern. Forum for Innovative Textiles (2005)
    • Scientific American 50 List (06), NanoVic Prize (Australia, 06); Nano 50 Awards (06 & 07)
    • CSIRO Metal for Technical Achievement (Australia, 06)
    • Alumni Distinguished Achievement Award of Carnegie Mellon University (2007)
    • Kapitza Metal of Russian Academy of Natural Sciences (2007)
    • Honorary Graffin Lectureship of the American Carbon Society (2009-2010)

    RECENT ADVISORY GROUPS (2000-Present)
    • International Advisory Board, Intelligent Polym. Res. Inst. (Australia, 1997-present)
    • Advanced Materials Institute, Univ. New Orleans (1999-2004)
    • External Advisory Board, Alabama EPSCoR (1995-2000) and Oklahoma EPSCoR (05-present)
    • International Conferences on Synthetic Metals (1981-present)
    • NSF-STC Strategic Advisory Board for the University of Washington in Seattle (2002-present)
    • Nanotechnology Advisory Board for Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (2002-2004)
    • Advisory Board for the Alan G. MacDiarmid Institute of Jilin, China (2001-present)

    INVITED LECTURES SINCE 2007
    • "Solid-State Fabrication, Structure, and Multifunctional Applications of Carbon Nanotube Yarns and Transparent Sheets", Northrop Grumman Lecture Series (January 8, 2007, Los Angeles, California).
    • "From Electrical to Fuel Powered Artificial Muscles", Award Lecture for Kapitza Metal (Jan. 18, 2007, Moscow, Russia).
    • "From Multifunctional Carbon Nanotube Tarns and Transparent Sheets to Fuel-Powered Muscles and Devices for Energy Harvesting, Storage, and Conversion", Honeywell Corporation (January 22, 2007, Morristown, New Jersey).
    • "Strain Amplification for Artificial Muscles and Sensors Using Giant Poisson Ratios and Giant Linear Compressibilities", 2nd International Symposium on Electromaterials Science (Feb. 7-9, 2007, Wollongong, Australia).
    • "From Electrical to Fuel Powered Artificial Muscles", Euroconference on Electronic Properties of Novel Materials (March 10-16, 2007, Kirchberg, Austria).
    • "Autonomous Carbon Nanotube and Shape Memory Yarn, Sheet, and Wire Systems", SPIE Smart Structures and Materials Symposium (March 18-22, 2007, San Diego, CA).
    • "Solid-State Fabrication, Structure, and Multifunctional Applications of Carbon Nanotube Yarns and Transparent Sheets", The Best Little Nano Conference in Texas (Austin, Texas, April 4-5, 2007).
    • "Solid-State Fabrication, Structure, and Multifunctional Applications of Carbon Nanotube Yarns and Transparent Sheets", Northrop Grumman Lecture Series (January 8, 2007, Los Angeles, California).
    • "From Electrical to Fuel Powered Artificial Muscles", Award Lecture for Kapitza Metal (Jan. 18, 2007, Moscow, Russia).
    • "From Multifunctional Carbon Nanotube Tarns and Transparent Sheets to Fuel-Powered Muscles and Devices for Energy Harvesting, Storage, and Conversion", Honeywell Corporation (January 22, 2007, Morristown, New Jersey).
    • "Strain Amplification for Artificial Muscles and Sensors Using Giant Poisson Ratios and Giant Linear Compressibilities", 2nd International Symposium on Electromaterials Science (Feb. 7-9, 2007, Wollongong, Australia).
    • "From Electrical to Fuel Powered Artificial Muscles", Euroconference on Electronic Properties of Novel Materials (March 10-16, 2007, Kirchberg, Austria).
    • "Autonomous Carbon Nanotube and Shape Memory Yarn, Sheet, and Wire Systems", SPIE Smart Structures and Materials Symposium (March 18-22, 2007, San Diego, CA).
    • "Solid-State Fabrication, Structure, and Multifunctional Applications of Carbon Nanotube Yarns and Transparent Sheets", The Best Little Nano Conference in Texas (Austin, Texas, April 4-5, 2007).
    • "Nanotechnology for Fun and Profit", Petersen Institute of NanoScience and Engineering, University of Pittsburgh (Feb 4, 2008, Pittsburgh, PA).
    • "Diverse Carbon Nanotube Artificial Muscles Meet an Exciting New Family Member", Monash University (Feb. 21-22, 2008, Melbourne, Australia).
    • "Diverse Carbon Nanotube Artificial Muscles Meet an Exciting New Family Member", US AFRL-Israeli Bio/Nano Workshop for Materials (March 24-25, 2008, San Francisco, CA).
    • "Diverse Carbon Nanotube Artificial Muscles Meet an Exciting New Family Member", ChemOnTubes 08, (April 6-9, 2008, Zaragoza, Spain).
    • "Diverse Carbon Nanotube Artificial Muscles Meet an Exciting New Family Member", Nano for Defense Applications (April 21-23, 2008, Arlington, Virginia).
    • "Nanotechnology for Fun and Profit",Hoby Youth Leadership Conference (May 16, 2008, Dallas, TX).
    • "Fabrication and Multifunctional Applications of Carbon Nanotube Yarns and Self-Woven Sheets", Third International Conference on Smart Materials Structures and Systems (June 8-13, 2008, Acireale, Sicily).
    • "Solid-State Fabrication, Structure, and Multifunctional Applications of Carbon Nanotube Yarns and Transparent Sheets", Keynote Lecture, 2nd New Diamond and Nano Carbon (May 26-29, 2008, Taipei, Taiwan).
    • "Solid-State Fabrication, Structure, and Multifunctional Applications of Carbon Nanotube Yarns and Transparent Sheets", POLYMER FIBRES 2008 (July 9-11, 2008, University of Manchester, UK).
    • "Nanotechnology for Fun and Profit", Technology Club of Dallas (August 12, 2008, Dallas, TX).
    • "Diverse Carbon Nanotube Artificial Muscles Meet an Exciting New Family Member", Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (Sept. 4, 2008, Daejeon, South Korea).
    • "Diverse Carbon Nanotube Artificial Muscles Meet an Exciting New Family Member", Seminar Series of Hanyang Univ. (Sept. 5, 2008, Seoul, South Korea).
    • Bayer Polymer Engineering Lectures: "Nanotechnology for Fun and Profit" and "Diverse Carbon Nanotube Artificial Muscles Meet an Exciting New Family Member" (Sept. 18-19, 2008, Univ. of Akron).
    • "Nanotechnology: Having Fun in Scientific Discovery and Generating New Products", Hispanic Science and Technology Program (Sept. 22, 2008, University of Texas, Pan American).
    • "Diverse Carbon Nanotube Artificial Muscles Meet an Exciting New Family Member", NanoTX 08 (Oct. 2, 2008, Dallas, Texas).
    • "Nanotechnology for Fun and Profit", Petersen Institute of NanoScience and Engineering, University of Pittsburgh (Feb 4, 2008, Pittsburgh, PA).
    • "Diverse Carbon Nanotube Artificial Muscles Meet an Exciting New Family Member", Monash University (Feb. 21-22, 2008, Melbourne, Australia).
    • "Diverse Carbon Nanotube Artificial Muscles Meet an Exciting New Family Member", US AFRL-Israeli Bio/Nano Workshop for Materials (March 24-25, 2008, San Francisco, CA).
    • "Diverse Carbon Nanotube Artificial Muscles Meet an Exciting New Family Member", ChemOnTubes 08, (April 6-9, 2008, Zaragoza, Spain).
    • "Diverse Carbon Nanotube Artificial Muscles Meet an Exciting New Family Member", Nano for Defense Applications (April 21-23, 2008, Arlington, Virginia).
    • "Nanotechnology for Fun and Profit",Hoby Youth Leadership Conference (May 16, 2008, Dallas, TX).
    • "Fabrication and Multifunctional Applications of Carbon Nanotube Yarns and Self-Woven Sheets", Third International Conference on Smart Materials Structures and Systems (June 8-13, 2008, Acireale, Sicily).
    • "Solid-State Fabrication, Structure, and Multifunctional Applications of Carbon Nanotube Yarns and Transparent Sheets", Keynote Lecture, 2nd New Diamond and Nano Carbon (May 26-29, 2008, Taipei, Taiwan).
    • "Solid-State Fabrication, Structure, and Multifunctional Applications of Carbon Nanotube Yarns and Transparent Sheets", POLYMER FIBRES 2008 (July 9-11, 2008, University of Manchester, UK).
    • "Nanotechnology for Fun and Profit", Technology Club of Dallas (August 12, 2008, Dallas, TX).
    • "Diverse Carbon Nanotube Artificial Muscles Meet an Exciting New Family Member", Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (Sept. 4, 2008, Daejeon, South Korea).
    • "Diverse Carbon Nanotube Artificial Muscles Meet an Exciting New Family Member", Seminar Series of Hanyang Univ. (Sept. 5, 2008, Seoul, South Korea).
    • Bayer Polymer Engineering Lectures: "Nanotechnology for Fun and Profit" and "Diverse Carbon Nanotube Artificial Muscles Meet an Exciting New Family Member" (Sept. 18-19, 2008, Univ. of Akron).
    • "Nanotechnology: Having Fun in Scientific Discovery and Generating New Products", Hispanic Science and Technology Program (Sept. 22, 2008, University of Texas, Pan American).
    • "Diverse Carbon Nanotube Artificial Muscles Meet an Exciting New Family Member", NanoTX 08 (Oct. 2, 2008, Dallas, Texas).

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