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Harlan U. Anderson

Class of 1953

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Harlan U. Anderson
University of Missouri-Rolla
Ceramic Department, Rolla, MO 65409
Curators' Professor of Ceramic Engineering ,Senior Investigator Materials Research Center
Director Electronic Materials Applied Research Center
B.S., Ceramic Engineering, University of Utah, 1957
Ph.D., Engineering Science, University of California-Berkeley, 1962
Thesis advisor: Professor Alan W. Searcy
Professional Experience:
Associate Professor to Professor of Ceramic Engineering, UMR, 1970-present
Associate Professor, Oregon Graduate Center, Beaverton, Oregon, 1968-70
Senior Chemist, Sprague Electric Co., North Adams, Massachusetts, 1962-68

Research Interests:
Nonstoichiometry of oxides; sintering behavior of oxides and metals; electrical degradation of dielectrics; methods of preparing high purity oxides from organo-metallics; titanates for use as capacitors and resistors; corrosion of ceramics; perovskites and spinels for use as high temperature electrodes, insulators and catalysts; processing of ceramic materials; multilayer substrates and capacitors; preparation of thin film oxides; sensors and thin film devices.
Fellow, American Ceramic Society, 1979
Faculty Excellence Award, 1987 and 1988
Curators' Professor, December 1988
Editor, J. American Ceramic Society, September 1992
Patents: Numerous

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