Ahmad Safari

Rutgers University
IEEE Region
Region 02 (Eastern U.S.)

Distinguished Professor and Director of Glenn Howatt laboratory, department of materials science and engineering at Rutgers University. His research covers the structural-property relationships in Ferroelectric, Piezoelectric films, ceramics and composites, and additive manufacturing. He has advised over 55 Ph.D. students and research associates. He has edited a book, published over 400 articles, and holds 22 U.S. patents. He is a Fellow of IEEE-UFFC, and the ACerS, and the World Academy of Ceramics. He has been awarded IEEE-UFFC Robert Newnham Ferroelectrics, Ferroelectrics Recognition, and Distinguished Service, and distinguished lecturer Awards. AT Rutgers he has been named Jacob Chair in Applied Physics. He has served the IEEE-UFFC Society as a president, VP of Ferroelectrics and Symposia, and general chair of several conferences.