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Title: Ceramic and Composite Materials Center (CCMC)


1
Ceramic and Composite Materials Center (CCMC)
  • An NSF Industry/University Cooperative Research
    Center
  • Rutgers University Center for Ceramic Research
  • University of New Mexico Center for
    Micro-Engineered Materials
  • Pennsylvania State University Particulate
    Materials Center
  • Richard A. Haber, Ph.D.
  • Executive Director, CCMC
  • Rutgers University
  • Piscataway, NJ

2
Ceramic and Composite Materials Center,
CCMC Precompetitive Research Program Introduction
  • Annual Cooperative Research Budget gt 1.5 Million
  • NSFs 4th Oldest IUCRC 21 years old
  • Rutgers Penn State Univ. New Mexico provide
    complementary expertise emphasizing synthesis,
    processing and materials design
  • Chemical Synthesis
  • Molecular Level
  • Nanoscale
  • Conventional powder scale
  • Ceramic Processing
  • Powder Processing
  • Consolidation
  • Microstructure Design
  • Thermal Processing and Densification
  • Materials Design and Modeling
  • Particle Technology
  • Synthesis and Processing
  • Colloidal Chemistry

3
CCMC Research Program Five Program Thrust Areas
  1. Catalysts and Porous Materials
  2. Powder Synthesis and Processing
  3. Ceramic Armor/Structural Ceramics
  4. Materials for Energy Conversion
  5. Nanomaterial Particulate Synthesis and Processing

4
Genesis of the Ceramic Armor Subgroup
  • In 2000, a separate Center was formed at Rutgers
    entitled
  • High Fidelity Design and Processing of Advanced
    Armor Ceramics A U.S. Army Research Laboratory
    Material Center of Excellence providing 6
    funded projects
  • A component of this ARL funded program was to
    implement technology transfer to industries
    involved in Ceramic Armor
  • In January 2001 a 1 day Workshop was held at
    Rutgers, ½ day Technical Session with Industry
    and ½ day on needs of Industry. (30 Companies
    were invited, 21 Companies attended)
  • The Spring IUCRC IAB was approached to discuss
    the formation of a Ceramic Armor Subthrust.
    Approval was provided and RFP to faculty was
    announced.

5
Genesis of the Ceramic Armor Subgroup (cont.)
  • 30 proposals were submitted from Faculty.
  • At the Fall 2001 IUCRC IAB meeting a separate One
    Day Subgroup Meeting was held, with current and
    prospective members invited.
  • The 30 proposals were prioritized and regrouped
    into a final 5 projects. The IAB approved the
    funding of these projects based upon interest of
    existing members and interest of potential
    members.
  • Projects were initiated in 2002.
  • 12 new members have joined the Center
    specifically for the Armor Subgroup.
  • Funding has grown to allow for 7 projects
  • 1 Day Armor Subgroup meetings are held preceeding
    Spring and Fall IAB meetings
  • 8 prospective members are being recruited by the
    Center

6
CCMC Membership From CCR to Multi-University
Increased Recruiting/ Nanomaterials/Energy
Increased Recruiting/ Armor/Processing
Targeted Thrusts/ Ceramic Armor
Join with PSU
Join with UNM
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