Awards and Recognitions
Research InterestsProcessing/Structure/Property relationships in ferrous and non-ferrous engineering materials; Effects of superposed pressure on deformation/fracture; Fatigue and fracture of intermetallics and Composites, Bulk metallic glass, and Layered/laminated materials; Deformation processing; Blast-resistant materials; Advanced engineered materials systems; Fracture and fatigue behavior of biomedical materials; Failure analysis; Manufacturing (including additive and robotic techniques).
Teaching InterestsMechanical Behavior of Materials; Failure Analysis; Fracture of Materials; Fatigue of Materials; Advanced Metallic Materials and Composites; Advanced Manufacturing; Additive Manufacturing; Robotic Manufacturing
Affiliated Department Research Areas
News About John Lewandowski
One of Jackson Smith’s primary goals as an engineer is to serve as an inspiration for women and members of the LGBTQ+ community in STEM.
Sylvie Crowell conducted research on the characteristics of silver nanoparticle ink.
Professor John Lewandowski recently received ASM International's Albert Easton White Distinguished Teacher Award.
Janet Gbur has been with CWRU's Department of Materials Science and Engineering since her Ph.D. studies.
The years 2015-2020 continued work from the late 2010’s with new funding exceeding $8M, along with continued growth of the AMMRC manufacturing facilities and Lewandowski research group.