Department of Materials Science & Engineering
97 North Eagleville Road, Unit 3136
Storrs, CT 06269-3136
Phone: (860) 486-4029
Dr. Goberman’s research includes high temperature environmental barrier coatings for aerospace applications. The desire for more efficient engines has pushed traditional materials to their limits in temperature and stress. His research focuses on identifying and developing the new materials that will enable the next generation of aerospace propulsion.
D. Goberman, Y.H. Sohn, L. Shaw, E. Jordan and M. Gell, Microstructure Development of Al2O3-13wt% TiO2 Plasma Sprayed Coatings Derived from Nanocrystalline Powders. Acta Materialia, 50 (2002). Pp 1141-1152.
Dardona S, Chen L, Kryzman M, Goberman D, Jaworowski M., Polarization Controlled Kinetics and Composition of Trivalent Chromium Coatings on Aluminum. Analytical Chemistry, 83 (16) August 2011.
J. J. Lombardo, A. C. Lysaght, D. G. Goberman, and W. K. S. Chiu, “Effect of Particle Size on Iron Nanoparticle Oxidation State,” Thin Solid Films, 520 (2012) 2036-2040.
X. Wan, D. Goberman, L. Shaw*, G. Yi, and G.-M. Chow, “Valence States of Nanocrystalline Ceria under Combined Effects of Hydrogen Reduction and Particle Size,” Appl. Phys. Lett., 96, 123108 (2010).
Goldberg AJ, Advincula MC, Komabayashi T, Patel PA, Mather PT, Goberman DG, Kazemi RB., Polypeptide-Catalyzed Biosilicification of Dentin Surfaces, Journal of Dental Research, 88 (4) 2009, 377-381.