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.