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David Lashmore
Burlington, Massachusetts, United States
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BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH David S. Lashmore, PhD Patents: more than 55 issued Publications archival: more than 100 University of Florida Engineering Sci. and Mech. (Theoretical Mechanics) B. S. 1969 Michigan Technology University Physics (Optics) M.S. 1970 University of Virginia Materials Science (CVD, fibers) Ph.D. 1977 Appointments University of New Hampshire Research Professor of Materials Science /Physics 2013-Present American Boronite Corp. Founder, CEO 2015-Present University of Cincinnati Affiliate Prof. of Mechanical Engineering 2016-Present Nanocomp Technologies Founder, V.P. CTO 2004-2013 Synergy Innovation, Inc. Senior Scientist (Nanocomp was spun-out) 2003-2004 Materials Innovation Founder, V.P. CTO 1994-2003 NIST Group Leader, Metallurgy Division 1978-1994 NIST Research Associate, Aluminum Association 1977-1978 Products Closely Related to the Proposal 1. Invited Book Chapter on CNT Aerogels, Nanotube Aerogels made through Elastic Smoke, Springer Handbook of Aerogels (to be published) 2. Invited Book Chapter: in Recent Advances in Composites and Textiles: Nanotube Super Fiber Materials. “Conductivity Mechanism in CNT Yarn, Chapter 18” Elsevier, David S. Lashmore (2019), Published. 3. Hou, GF, Su, RT. Wang, AL ; Ng, V ; Li, WF ; Song, Y (Song, Yi); Zhang, L (Zhang, Lu); Sundaram, M (Sundaram, Murali); Shanov, V (Shanov, Vesselin); Mast, D (Mast, David); Lashmore, D. ; Schulz, M; Liu, YJ; Volume: 102 Pages: 513-519 Published: JUN 2016 ‘The effect of a convection vortex on sock formation in the floating catalyst method for carbon nanotube synthesis”; CARBON Volume: 102 Pages: 513-519 Published: JUN 2016 4. S Liu, C Martin, D Lashmore, M Schauer, and C Livermore, “Regenerative braking systems with torsional springs made of carbon nanotube yarn” JOURNAL OF MICROMECHANICS AND MICROENGINEERING Volume: 25 Issue: 10 Article Number: 104005 Published: OCT 2015 5. Storing energy and powering small systems with mechanical springs made of carbon nanotube yarn 6. By: Hill, Frances A.; Havel, Timothy F.; Lashmore, David; et al. ENERGY Volume: 76 Pages: 318-325 Published: NOV 1 2014 7. Jim Benson, Igor Kovalenko, Sofiane Boukhalfa, David Lashmore, Mohan Sanghadasa, Gleb Yushin Multifunctional CNT-Polymer Composites for Ultra-Tough Structural Supercapacitors and Desalination Devices. Advanced Materials 08/2015 8. Evanoff, Kara; Benson, Jim; Schauer, Mark; Kovalenko, Igor; Lashmore, David; Ready, W.; Yushin, Gleb, Ultra-Strong Silicon-Coated Carbon Nanotube Nonwoven Fabric as Multifunctional Lithium Ion Battery Anodes" ACS Nano October 17, 2012. 9. Amanda S. Wu, X. Nie, M.C. Hudspeth, W.W. Chen, T.-W. Chou, D. Lashmore, M. Schauer, E. Tolle, J. Rioux Carbon nanotube fibers as torsion sensors, Applied Physics Letters, Volume 100, 20 (2012) 10. Elena Cimpoiasu, David Lashmore; Angular Magnetoresistance of Stretched Carbon Nanotube Sheets, Journal of Applied Physics, 111, 12, Jun 15, (2012) 11. A.S. Wu, X, Nie, M.C. Hudspeth, W.W Chen, D. Lashmore, M. Schauer, E. Tolle and J. Rioux. “Strain rate-dependent tensile properties and dynamic electromechanical response of carbon nanotube fibers,”Carbon, 50, 3876-3881 (2012) 12. Tsuyoshi Saotome, Hansang Kim, Zhe Wang, David Lashmore, H. Thomas Hahn, Transparent conducting film: Effect of vacuum filtration of carbon nanotube suspended in oleum, Bulletin of Materials Science, July 2011, Volume 34, Issue 4, pp 623-628 13. J. Ryu, H.S. Kim, S.E. Lee, H.T. Hahn, D. Lashmore, "Carbon nanotube mat as mediator-less glucose sensor electrode" J. NanoSci. Nanotechnol. 10, 941-947 (2010) 14. J. Ryu, H.S. Kim, H.T. Hahn, D. Lashmore, "Carbon nanotubes with platinum nano-islands as glucose biofuel cell electrodes" Biosens Bioelectron. Mar 15;25(7):1603-8. (2010) Additional Selected Significant Products 1. Lashmore, D. S., Dariel, M. P. “Electrodeposited Cu Ni Textured Superlattices.” J. Electrochem. Soc., 135(5): 1218-1221, 1988. DOI: 10.1149/1.2095930 2. D. S. Lashmore and Robert Thomson; Cracks and Dislocations in Face-Centered Cubic Metallic Multilayers - Journal of Materials Research, vol 7, 9 (1992) 2379-2386 3. R.D. McMichael, U. Atzmony, C. Beauchamp, L.H. Bennett, L.J. Swartzendruber, D.S. Lashmore, and L.T. Romankiw, Fourfold Anisotropy of an Electrodeposited Co/Cu Compositionally Modulated Alloy, J. Magn. & Magn. Materials, 113, 149 (1992). 4. M.P. Dariel, D.S. Lashmore, and L.H. Bennett, in "Magnetic Multilayers" Electrodeposited Magnetic Multilayers, Book Chapter, edited by L.H. Bennett and R.E. Watson (World Scientific, River Edge, NJ (1994)373. 5. S. Z. Hua, D. S. Lashmore, L. Salamanca-Riba, W. Schwarzacher, L. J. Swartzendruber, R. D. McMichael, L. H. Bennett, and R. Hart. Giant Magnetoresistance Peaks in CoNiCu/Cu Multilayers Grown by Electrodeposition", , J. Appl. Phys. 76, 6519-6521 (1994). 6. Admon, U.; Dahan, I.; Dariel, M. P.; Kimmel, G.; Sariel, J.; Shtechman, A.; Yahav, B.; Zevin, L.; Lashmore, D. S. Copper grain growth in thin film Cu-Cr multilayers, Thin Solid Films , vol. 251, no. 2, p. 105-109 (1994 7. M. Alper, K. Attenborough, V. Baryshev, R. Hart, D. S. Lashmore, W. Schwarzacher. Giant magnetoresistance in electrodeposited Co–Ni–Cu/Cu superlattices Journal of Applied Physics 75, 6543 (1994) 8. Synergistic Activities 9. Patents: 52 issued patents 10. Honors and awards: Invented Here Award Oct. 2014; Wall Street Journal Technology Innovation for CNT sheets (2008), NASANano-50 2007 for CNT sheets (2008), Time Invention of the Year for compact P/M press (2000), Power Metallurgy Assoc. Award for Advanced Soft Magnetic Materials (2000), The Electrochemical Society Blum Award (1992), The Electrochemical Society Electrodeposition Research Award (1989), Department of Commerce Bronze Medal for electrochemically synthesized magnetic superlattices (1986). 11. Teaching (graduate courses): UNH Electronic Properties of Materials course Fall 2013, U. of MS Corrosion and Radiation Damage, UNH Phase Transformations 12. Councils: UNH representative to Governors Council on Engineering Education, New England Council on Advanced Manufacturing
“Need to help America Compete on the International Stage in commercial markets.”
bio
BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH David S. Lashmore, PhD Patents: more than 55 issued Publications archival: more than 100 University of Florida Engineering Sci. and Mech. (Theoretical Mechanics) B. S. 1969 Michigan Technology University Physics (Optics) M.S. 1970 University of Virginia Materials Science (CVD, fibers) Ph.D. 1977 Appointments University of New Hampshire Research Professor of Materials Science /Physics 2013-Present American Boronite Corp. Founder, CEO 2015-Present University of Cincinnati Affiliate Prof. of Mechanical Engineering 2016-Present Nanocomp Technologies Founder, V.P. CTO 2004-2013 Synergy Innovation, Inc. Senior Scientist (Nanocomp was spun-out) 2003-2004 Materials Innovation Founder, V.P. CTO 1994-2003 NIST Group Leader, Metallurgy Division 1978-1994 NIST Research Associate, Aluminum Association 1977-1978 Products Closely Related to the Proposal 1. Invited Book Chapter on CNT Aerogels, Nanotube Aerogels made through Elastic Smoke, Springer Handbook of Aerogels (to be published) 2. Invited Book Chapter: in Recent Advances in Composites and Textiles: Nanotube Super Fiber Materials. “Conductivity Mechanism in CNT Yarn, Chapter 18” Elsevier, David S. Lashmore (2019), Published. 3. Hou, GF, Su, RT. Wang, AL ; Ng, V ; Li, WF ; Song, Y (Song, Yi); Zhang, L (Zhang, Lu); Sundaram, M (Sundaram, Murali); Shanov, V (Shanov, Vesselin); Mast, D (Mast, David); Lashmore, D. ; Schulz, M; Liu, YJ; Volume: 102 Pages: 513-519 Published: JUN 2016 ‘The effect of a convection vortex on sock formation in the floating catalyst method for carbon nanotube synthesis”; CARBON Volume: 102 Pages: 513-519 Published: JUN 2016 4. S Liu, C Martin, D Lashmore, M Schauer, and C Livermore, “Regenerative braking systems with torsional springs made of carbon nanotube yarn” JOURNAL OF MICROMECHANICS AND MICROENGINEERING Volume: 25 Issue: 10 Article Number: 104005 Published: OCT 2015 5. Storing energy and powering small systems with mechanical springs made of carbon nanotube yarn 6. By: Hill, Frances A.; Havel, Timothy F.; Lashmore, David; et al. ENERGY Volume: 76 Pages: 318-325 Published: NOV 1 2014 7. Jim Benson, Igor Kovalenko, Sofiane Boukhalfa, David Lashmore, Mohan Sanghadasa, Gleb Yushin Multifunctional CNT-Polymer Composites for Ultra-Tough Structural Supercapacitors and Desalination Devices. Advanced Materials 08/2015 8. Evanoff, Kara; Benson, Jim; Schauer, Mark; Kovalenko, Igor; Lashmore, David; Ready, W.; Yushin, Gleb, Ultra-Strong Silicon-Coated Carbon Nanotube Nonwoven Fabric as Multifunctional Lithium Ion Battery Anodes" ACS Nano October 17, 2012. 9. Amanda S. Wu, X. Nie, M.C. Hudspeth, W.W. Chen, T.-W. Chou, D. Lashmore, M. Schauer, E. Tolle, J. Rioux Carbon nanotube fibers as torsion sensors, Applied Physics Letters, Volume 100, 20 (2012) 10. Elena Cimpoiasu, David Lashmore; Angular Magnetoresistance of Stretched Carbon Nanotube Sheets, Journal of Applied Physics, 111, 12, Jun 15, (2012) 11. A.S. Wu, X, Nie, M.C. Hudspeth, W.W Chen, D. Lashmore, M. Schauer, E. Tolle and J. Rioux. “Strain rate-dependent tensile properties and dynamic electromechanical response of carbon nanotube fibers,”Carbon, 50, 3876-3881 (2012) 12. Tsuyoshi Saotome, Hansang Kim, Zhe Wang, David Lashmore, H. Thomas Hahn, Transparent conducting film: Effect of vacuum filtration of carbon nanotube suspended in oleum, Bulletin of Materials Science, July 2011, Volume 34, Issue 4, pp 623-628 13. J. Ryu, H.S. Kim, S.E. Lee, H.T. Hahn, D. Lashmore, "Carbon nanotube mat as mediator-less glucose sensor electrode" J. NanoSci. Nanotechnol. 10, 941-947 (2010) 14. J. Ryu, H.S. Kim, H.T. Hahn, D. Lashmore, "Carbon nanotubes with platinum nano-islands as glucose biofuel cell electrodes" Biosens Bioelectron. Mar 15;25(7):1603-8. (2010) Additional Selected Significant Products 1. Lashmore, D. S., Dariel, M. P. “Electrodeposited Cu Ni Textured Superlattices.” J. Electrochem. Soc., 135(5): 1218-1221, 1988. DOI: 10.1149/1.2095930 2. D. S. Lashmore and Robert Thomson; Cracks and Dislocations in Face-Centered Cubic Metallic Multilayers - Journal of Materials Research, vol 7, 9 (1992) 2379-2386 3. R.D. McMichael, U. Atzmony, C. Beauchamp, L.H. Bennett, L.J. Swartzendruber, D.S. Lashmore, and L.T. Romankiw, Fourfold Anisotropy of an Electrodeposited Co/Cu Compositionally Modulated Alloy, J. Magn. & Magn. Materials, 113, 149 (1992). 4. M.P. Dariel, D.S. Lashmore, and L.H. Bennett, in "Magnetic Multilayers" Electrodeposited Magnetic Multilayers, Book Chapter, edited by L.H. Bennett and R.E. Watson (World Scientific, River Edge, NJ (1994)373. 5. S. Z. Hua, D. S. Lashmore, L. Salamanca-Riba, W. Schwarzacher, L. J. Swartzendruber, R. D. McMichael, L. H. Bennett, and R. Hart. Giant Magnetoresistance Peaks in CoNiCu/Cu Multilayers Grown by Electrodeposition", , J. Appl. Phys. 76, 6519-6521 (1994). 6. Admon, U.; Dahan, I.; Dariel, M. P.; Kimmel, G.; Sariel, J.; Shtechman, A.; Yahav, B.; Zevin, L.; Lashmore, D. S. Copper grain growth in thin film Cu-Cr multilayers, Thin Solid Films , vol. 251, no. 2, p. 105-109 (1994 7. M. Alper, K. Attenborough, V. Baryshev, R. Hart, D. S. Lashmore, W. Schwarzacher. Giant magnetoresistance in electrodeposited Co–Ni–Cu/Cu superlattices Journal of Applied Physics 75, 6543 (1994) 8. Synergistic Activities 9. Patents: 52 issued patents 10. Honors and awards: Invented Here Award Oct. 2014; Wall Street Journal Technology Innovation for CNT sheets (2008), NASANano-50 2007 for CNT sheets (2008), Time Invention of the Year for compact P/M press (2000), Power Metallurgy Assoc. Award for Advanced Soft Magnetic Materials (2000), The Electrochemical Society Blum Award (1992), The Electrochemical Society Electrodeposition Research Award (1989), Department of Commerce Bronze Medal for electrochemically synthesized magnetic superlattices (1986). 11. Teaching (graduate courses): UNH Electronic Properties of Materials course Fall 2013, U. of MS Corrosion and Radiation Damage, UNH Phase Transformations 12. Councils: UNH representative to Governors Council on Engineering Education, New England Council on Advanced Manufacturing