Program Description The objective of basic research in Aerospace Materials for Extreme Environments is to provide the fundamental knowledge required to enable revolutionary advances in future U.S. Air Force technologies through the discovery and characterization of materials for extreme temperatures (exceeding 1000°C), other extreme environments of stress-, magnetic-, electric-, microwave-, and ultrasound fields. Interest domain includes the fundamental science of single crystals, heterogeneous structures, interface of phases and grain boundaries. Materials of interest are ceramics, metals, hybrid systems including inorganic composites that exhibit superior structural, functional and/or multifunctional performance.
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Program Overview AFOSR Spring Review 2014 Presentation by Dr. Ali Sayir
Contact InformationDr. Ali Sayir AFRL/AFOSR/RTB-1Email: Extreme.Environment@us.af.mil