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SEM Fellow

In 1975, the Honors Committee recommended a bylaws change which would enable a Fellow grade of membership to be established.
The recommendation, which was approved, changed Article IV, Section 3 to read: "A Fellow shall be an individual who has distinguished himself/herself in some field in which the Society has interest, who has been a member of the Society for at least ten consecutive years, and whose contributions to the Society and the technical community have justified this honor. The number and manner of election of Fellows shall be as specified by the Executive Committee.

For more details on the Fellow Grade of Membership, Nomination Requirements, or the schedule followed by the Committee of Fellows, please select one of the items below.

The Fellows Committee has prepared a nomination form which details all pertinent information required to have someone's name placed for nomination. Copies of the appropriate form are available from this site (see below) or may be obtained from:

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The Fellows Committee meets at the SEM Annual Conference to elect a slate of nominees for presentation at the following SEM Annual Conference.

 

 
SEM Fellows Nomination Form
Indicates background of candidate and why they should be named a Fellow.
   
 
Reference Form
Two (2) completed reference forms are required to support each nomination
     
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Fellow Awards:

Members who have been selected for Fellow grade since its inception follow.

 

 
2016
   
       
  Janice
Dulieu-Barton
   
    Janice Dulieu-Barton is a full Professor of Experimental Mechanics at the University of Southampton in the UK. She also has a part-time chair at Aalborg University. She received her PhD from the University of Manchester in 1993 where she started her research on the topic now known as ‘Thermoelastic stress analysis’. She has published around 300 papers with 100 in archival journals, edited 11 conference proceedings and produced 8 book chapters. Janice’s expertise is in imaging for data rich materials characterisations and assessments of structural performance, with a focus on lightweight structural design particularly composite structures. She has won numerous grants that have allowed her to develop novel approaches in experimental mechanics, with as special focus on the development of infra-red imaging recently covering on high speed data capture, new approaches to residual stress analysis and strain-based NDE. Janice has served many roles within the British Society for Strain Measurement, where she is a fellow and has been chairman of the Society and its technical committee. She edited the journal ‘Strain’ and has been involved in its development since 2000. Janice is also a fellow of the UK Institute of Physics where she served on council for many years and chaired the Stress and Vibration Group and the Applied Physics Division. Janice has been a member of SEM since 1993 and currently serves on the International Board of Experimental Mechanics. She was the founding chairman of the Thermomechanics and Infra-Red Imaging Technical Division. Janice has organised and chaired numerous conferences, seminars and workshops covering a variety of topics. Most recently she was chairman of the 16th International Conference on Experimental Mechanics in 2014, which attracted over 500 international delegates to Cambridge in the UK.
       
       
  K. Jane
Grande-Allen
   
    Jane Grande-Allen is the Isabel C. Cameron Professor of Bioengineering at Rice University. Her research group investigates the structure-function-environment relationship of heart valves through biomechanical and biochemical analyses, focusing on the extracellular matrix. They have also built numerous mechanical stimulation culture systems for experimental investigations of cell mechanobiology. Her research has been funded by NIH, NSF, the American Heart Association, the Whitaker Foundation, and the March of Dimes. Dr. Grande-Allen received a BA in Mathematics and Biology from Transylvania University in 1991 and a PhD in Bioengineering from the University of Washington in 1998. Dr. Grande-Allen is also a Fellow of the American Institute of Biological and Medical Engineering, the Biomedical Engineering Society, and the American Heart Association. She has served on the Board of Directors of the Biomedical Engineering Society and the Society for Experimental Mechanics, where she is a founding member of the Technical Division for Biological Systems and Materials. She has served on the editorial board of Experimental Techniques, and is a Deputy Editor-in-Chief of the Annals of Biomedical Engineering.
       
       
  Xiaodong Li    
    Xiaodong Li is a Rolls-Royce Commonwealth Professor in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at the University of Virginia. He is an ASME Fellow and a SEM Fellow. His research expertise and interests include experimental mechanics, tribology, surface engineering, biomaterials, biomechanics, smart manufacturing, and nanomaterial-enabled energy systems. He has published over 200 peer-reviewed journal articles including Science, Scientific Reports, Nano Letters, Advanced Materials, Physical Review Letters, Advanced Functional Materials, Acta Materialia, Physical Review B, Experimental Mechanics, and Philosophical Magazine. His publications have been cited over 8,085 times with H-index of 43. He has received several awards including the TMS MPMD Distinguished Scientist/Engineer Award (2015) and the Professional Engineering Publisher´s PE Prize (2008). His breakthrough work has been featured by Science Daily, Discovery News, BBC, and MSNBC. His innovation was selected by New York Times – Year in Ideas for Year 2010. He is an associate editor for Transactions of the ASME - Applied Mechanics Reviews and serves on editorial board for ten journals. He was the elected chair for TMS nanomechanical materials behavior committee.
       
       
  Hongbing Lu    
    Hongbing Lu is Professor, Associate Department Chair, and Louis A. Beecherl Jr. Chair in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Texas at Dallas. He received his PhD in Aeronautics from Caltech, MS from Tsinghua University and BS from Huazhong University of Science & Technology. He has authored 93 journal papers, 5 book chapters, 63 conference papers, and received 2 U.S. patents in areas including characterization of the viscoelastic behavior of polymers, aerogels, composites, and biomaterials at different temporal and length scales. He was a recipient of NSF Career award. He is a fellow of ASME, an associate fellow of AIAA, and a corresponding member of the International (Russian) Academy of Engineering. He is an associate technical editor for Experimental Mechanics and an editor for Mechanics of Time-Dependent Materials. He served on SEM International Advisory Board and was a Chair of the technical division of Mechanics of Time-Dependent Materials of SEM.
       
       

 

 
2015
  Hugh Bruck
Wendy C. Crone
  Peter G. Ifju
Ghatu Subhash
           
 
2014
 

Archie A.T. Andonian

Weinong (Wayne) Chen

 

David J. Ewins

Wolfgang Osten

 
       
 
2013
 

K.T. Ramesh

John Lambros

 

David Brown

Fabrice Pierron

 
       
 
2012
 

E. O'Brien

N. Sottos

  D. Rittel
 
       
 
2011
 

J.L.F. Freire

S. Nemat-Nasser

 

C. Pappalettere

H.V. Tippur

 
       
 
2010
  R.J. Allemang   Y. Morimoto
 
  J. Lu   G. Ravichandran
 
2009
 

I. Emri

H.D. Espinosa

  A. Rosakis
 
       
 
2007
  E.A. Patterson   S.-C. "Max" Yen
 
       
 
2006
  B. Han   K.P. Chong
 
       
 
2005
  M. Tuttle   W.-C. Wang
 
       
 
2004
  S.K. Foss   E.E. Gdoutos
 
       
 
2003
 

C.T. Liu

M. Takashi

  K.M. Liechti
   
 
2002
  R. Chona   A. Lagarde
           
 
2001
 

G.L. Cloud

J.F. Doyle

  R.J. Pryputniewicz
   
 
2000
 

K. Ravi-Chandar

J. McKelvie

  Y.J. Chao
   
 
1999
 

Michael M. Lemcoe

Michael A. Sutton

  Thomas W. Corby, Jr.
   
 
1998
 

M. Ramulu

M.Y.Y. Hung

  J.F. Kalthoff
           
 
1997
 

T. Kunio

S.P. Wnuk, Jr.

  J.B. Ligon
           
 
1996
  M. Nisida (1996-1999)   R. Prabhakaran
 

 

 

 

 
1995
  I.M. Allison   G.E. Maddux
           
 
1994
  A. Shukla   J.L. Turner
 
       
 
1993
  J.A. Gilbert   T.C. Huang
 
       
 
1992
  W.N. Sharpe, Jr.   S.E. Swartz
 
       
 
1988
 

J.F. Bell (1988-1995)

K.A. Stetson

  J. Der Hovanesian
   
 
1987
 

N.J. Hoff (1987-1997)

M.L. Williams, Jr.
  W.G. Knauss
      C. Lipson (1987-1990)
 
1986
 

K.H. Laermann

R.D. Mindlin (1986-1988)
 

R. Mark

J.T. Pindera

       
 
1985
 

C.P. Burger

K.G. McConnell

 

G.R. Irwin (1985-1998)

W.F. Ranson

       
 
1984
 

C.W. Bert

M.E. Fourney

  H.F. Brinson
   
 
1983
 

F.P. Chiang

W.L. Fourney

 

T.D. Dudderar

D.R. Harting (1983-1996)

       
 
1982
 

E.E. Day

R.E. Rowlands

 

E.I. Riegner

C.A. Sciammarella

       
 
1981
 

I.M. Daniel

V.J. Parks

 

J. Dorsey

C.E. Work

       
 
1980
 

P.H. Adams

L.J. Weymouth (1980-1983)

 

R.J. Sanford

W.C. Young

       
 
1979
 

J.W. Dalley

R.H. Homewood

L.S. Srinath

 

D.J. DeMichele (1979-2000)

S.S. Redner

P.S. Theocaris (1979-1999)

       
 
1978
 

J.W. Dally

A.E. Johnson

E.O. Stitz (1978-1997)

 

M. Holt (1978-1981)

D.E. Niles

W.F. Swinson

       
 
1977
 

G. Ellis (1977-1997)

C.C. Perry

W. Ramberg (1977-1985)

B.E. Rossi (1977-1986)

J.C. Telinde

 

A.S. Kobayashi

D. Post

W.F. Riley (1977-2000)

C.W. Smith

D.K. Wright (1977-1991)

       
 
1976
 

F.C. Bailey

S.S. Manson

R.E. Peterson (1976-1982)

P.K. Stein

C.E. Taylor

 

W.T. Bean

F.J. McCormick (1976-2000)

C.R. Smith (1976-1983)

F.B. Stern (1976-1992)

F. Zandman

       
 
1975
 

D.C. Drucker

M. Hentényi (1975-1984)

J.H. Meier

F.G. Tatnall (1975-1981)

 

A.J. Durelli (1975-2000)

M.M. Leven (1975-1979)

W.M. Murray (1975-1990)

T.J. Dolan (1975-1996)

 

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