Dr. Vinod K. Tewary, a physicist for NIST's Materials Reliability Division since 1985, is an internationally renowed theoretician who has made numerous contributions to the modeling of properties, reliability, characterization, and fabrication of a wide variety of technologically important material systems.
His work on Green's-function (GF) method for lattice statics which he originated in 1973 is widely used even now and is considered a standard reference describing GF techniques.
Learn about Vinod including: his education, work experience, research, publications, awards and more. A special Library User of the Month display is located at the Main Library.
If you'd like to be a future Library User of the Month, contact Heather McCullough. Past honorees can be viewed at the Main Library front desk.
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"While the effect of human activity on the global climate is hotly debated, physical signs of environmental change are all around us."
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