Pioneering Nanostructures into Applications by Optimizing Structure-Property-Processing Relationships

Edward M. Silverman

Edward M. Silverman

Manager, Advanced NanoMaterials Laboratory

Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems

Edward M. Silverman is the manager of the Advanced NanoMaterials Laboratory within Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems. Over the past thirty years his research and development in materials science has led to the use of new lightweight composite resin transfer molded joints, the isogrid composite reflectors, and the application of thermally conductive annealed pyrolytic graphite material for cooling spacecraft electronics. As the program manager of two NASA contracts he compiled two design handbooks for composite spacecraft components and on space environment effects on spacecraft materials. In 2003 he assisted in developing the roadmap and in setting up the Advanced NanoMaterials Laboratory. He is currently managing several government contract efforts in nanotechnology that are pioneering the application of carbon nanotubes for several structural and thermal aerospace components. Ed received his BE in Chemical Engineering from City College of New York (1975) and his PhD in Chemical Engineering from Stanford University (1980). He has published more than 60 papers in the areas of polymer composites and nanotechnology in various scientific journals and conferences. He has received several awards for innovative research and development.

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