Our research is in the general area of electrochemical science, with particular interests in analytical and physical electrochemistry and the science of materials and interfaces. More recently, our work has focused on the electrochemistry of corrosion, with four main goals: 1) investigation of active coatings for corrosion control; 2) understanding corrosion mechanisms, particularly at metal substrate/coating interfaces; 3) development of sensors for early detection of coating failure and/or corrosion onset; and 4) probing electrical and electrochemical properties of metal alloy surfaces.

Mathematics, Mathematics
PhD, Ohio State University, 1968
BS, Ohio State University, 1964
chemical sciences