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Research Interests

Professor Carr's research program made important contributions to: 1) the effects of processing on structure/property relationships in flexible or rod‑like polymers and their alloys, 2) the origins of piezoelectricity in polymers, 3) structure/ property relationships in electronically conducting polymers, 4) fracture toughness in semicrystalline polymers, and 5) network polymers, especially those found in epoxy resins or in human gallstones.  Recently his scholarship and sponsored research centered on attaining a deeper understanding of how engineering students learn and grow themselves.

Education/Academic qualification

Polymer Science, PhD, Case Western Reserve University

… → 1970

Polymer Science, MS, Case Western Reserve University

… → 1967

Chemical Engineering, BS, University of Cincinnati

… → 1965

Research interests

  • Design of materials with unexpected combinations of properties
  • Materials selection
  • Novel polymer solids
  • Novel processing methods
  • Polymeric materials
  • Toughness and durability

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