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Emily Asenath-Smith

Research Materials Engineer, CRREL
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Engineering

+1 (603) 646-4131


My research interests are firmly grounded in the fundamentals of materials science—the structure-property-processing relationships of materials. Woven throughout these research topics is the common goal of identifying the fundamental variables that connect laboratory scale experiments to macroscale implementation of technologies, so that the research performed by my team can directly benefit the US Army and the security of the Nation.


Research Interests

Ice adhesion; surfaces and interfaces in materials; mechanisms of thermal transport in crystalline materials; crystallization of ice and inorganic compounds from aqueous media; energy transfer processes in crystalline materials; bioinspired composite and hierarchical materials; strategic manipulation of material properties with solutes and impurities

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