Herbert Giesche

Alfred University, USA 0000-0003-0322-6374

Address: NYSCC at Alfred University 2 Pine Street, Alfred, NY 14802-1296 Phone: 607 871 2677, e-mail: giesche@alfred.edu Education: Univ. of Mainz: 1977-83 Chemistry M.S. degree (diploma) 1983 Specialization Courses taken: -Preparation and Characterization of Catalysts and Carriers /Prof. Unger -High-Performance-Liquid-Chromatography, Basic / Advanced Course /Prof. Unger -Statistical Methods in Analysis /Prof. Baumann -Fundamentals and Modern Methods for the Characterization of Particles /Prof. Leschonski Ph.D. Work: 1984-87 with Prof. K. K. Unger; Univ. Mainz, Germany “Preparation of monodisperse spherical silica particles and agglomeration of these particles to model sphere packings with further examination of the pore structure and the sintering behavior” Post Doc: 1988-90 with Prof. E. Matijevic; Clarkson Univ., Potsdam, NY Projects: Well defined pigments: monodispersed silica-acid dyes systems Powder design and the sinterability of yttria/silica powders Post Doc: 1990-92 with Prof. R. J. Brook and Prof. G. Petzow; Max-Planck-Inst., Stuttgart, Germany Project: Slip casting, transfer of the results of SiO2 model dispersions to Si3N4 powders Assistant Prof. 1993 – 99 NYSCC at Alfred Univ. Associate Prof. 1999 – present Awards/Prof. memberships: John F. McMahon award for Excellence in Teaching (1996 and 99) Membership in professional organizations: American Ceramic Soc., American Chemical Soc., Material Research Soc., ASTM / ISO, Soc. of Glass Technology, Keramos and Phi Kappa Phi. Teaching: ENGR 305 Statistics CES 205 Ceramic Processing lab CES 235 Thermodynamics of Materials CES 241 Thermal Processing of Materials CES 331 Chemical Processing in Ceramics CEMS 314 Ceramic Processing CES 420 Nano-Technology CEMS 503 Statistical Thermodynamics CES 510 Advanced Ceramic Processing CES 518 Graduate Seminar CES 526 Surface and Porosity Charact. CES 532 Colloid and Interface Science CES 571 Nano-structured Materials

Biography Updated on 27 January 2011

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