For Perena Gouma | Materials Science and Technology
The Perena Gouma PD is Edward Orton, Jr., Chair of Ceramic Technology. Mr. Gouma has a common professorship in material sciences and civil and structural engeneering as well as in machine building and aeronautics and will join Ohio State University. Michelle est directrice du laboratoire de recherche en céramique avancée de l'Ohio, dans l'État de l'Ohio.
From the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Texas-Arlington she came to Ohio State. Before that, she was a lecturer at the State University of New York-Stony Brook for 16 years and was director of the Center for Nanomaterials and Sensor Development. A bachelor of science in applied physics from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece ('90), a master of science in materials science and engineering ('92) and a master of philosophy in organizational management ('93) from the University of Liverpool, UK, and a doctorate in materials science and engineering from the University of Birmingham, UK ('96).
Since 2016 she has been an elective member of the National Academy of Inventors, in 2013 she was awarded the Richard M. Fulrath Award of the American Ceramic Society, in 2008 she was a Fulbright Scholar and was appointed a Fellowship by the National Center for Electron Microscopy (NCEM). Lecturer at various colleges and research labs around the globe, including: the Brookhaven National Laboratory, the University of Brescia, Italy; Unicamp, Sao Paulo, Brazil; and the National Institute for Materials Science, Tsukuba, Japan.
Gouma's research over the years has been mainly financed by the National Sciences Foundation, and she has also been awarded subsidies and sub-contracts from the Environment Protection Agency and the Department of Defense. He has researched in various areas of material sciences, from intermetallic structures to functionally engineered products. Her research has focused on the area of advanced nanoceramics, in particular the chemistry, characterisation and functionality of metallic oxide for biomarkers, environment, industry and medicine.