David Clarke

David Clarke

Extended Tarr Family Professor of Materials
David Clarke

Research Interests

Thermoelectrics for Energy Conversion; Microbial Recovery of Scarce Metals; Coatings for More Efficient Gas Turbines.

Related Publications

M. Gaultois, T.D. Sparks, C.K.H. Borg, Rm. Seshadri, W.D. Bonificio, D.R. Clarke, A data-driver review of thermoelectric materials: Performance and resource considerations, Chemistry of Materials, DOI: 10.1021/cm400893e, Web Publication Date: 06 May 2013.

J. Huang, S. Shian, Z. Suo, D.R. Clarke, Maximizing the Energy Density of Dielectric Elastomer Generators Using Equi-Biaxial Loading, Advanced Functional Materials, DOI: 10.1002/adfm.201300402 (2013).

A. Chernatynskiy, D.R. Clarke, S.R. Phillpot, Thermal Transport in Nanostructured Materials in Handbook of Nanoscience, Engineering and Technology, Third Edition (CRC Press) 545-572 (2012).

D.R. Clarke, M. Oechsner, N.P. Padture, Thermal-barrier coatings for more efficient gas-turbine engines, MRS Bulletin 37, 891-898 (2012).

Assistant

Jane Salant (617) 496-8119

Contact Information

Cruft Hall, Room 303

Research Areas

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