Department of Mechanical Engineering
University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC)
1000 Hilltop Circle Baltimore, MD 21250
Dr. Everett is an Adjunct Professor in the UMBC Department of Mechanical Engineering and is a Voluntary Emeritus of the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL). Formerly, he had been the Associate Superintendent of the Materials Science & Technology Division at NRL. Prior to that, he was the Associate Director for Materials Science at the Office of Naval Research Global in London, UK. He received his BS in Materials Science from Cornell University in 1979 and a Ph. D. in Engineering Materials from the University of Maryland in 1996. He has extensive experience in the areas of damage accumulation in Naval steels, synthesis and processing of advanced materials, armor materials, metal matrix composites, image analysis, micromechanics in multi-phase materials, and x-ray tomography. He has over 100 publications and 7 patents.
Recently, I have been lucky enough to collaborate with some truly inspiring scientists on barnacle adhesion and mechanics; namely Kathy Wahl at NRL, and Dan Rittschof and Bea Orihuela at the Duke University Marine Laboratory. Below are some journal covers resulting from these collaborations featuring my tomography work.
B. T. De Gregorio, R. M. Stroud, D. K. Burden, K. P. Fears, R. K. Everett, K. J. Wahl,“Shell structure and growth in the base plate of the barnacle Amphibalanus Amphitrite,” ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering, 2015, 1 (11), pp 1085–1095.
J. A. Wollmershauser, B. N. Feigelson, E. P. Gorzkowski, C. T. Ellis, R. Goswami, S. B. Qadri, J. G. Tischler, F. J. Kub, and R. K. Everett, “An Extended Hardness Limit in Bulk Nanoceramics,” Acta Materialia, 69(2014), pp. 9-16, DOI: 10.1016/j.actamat.2014.01.030.
D. K. Burden. D. E. Barlow, C. M. Spillmann, B. Orihuela, D. Rittschof, R. K. Everett, and K. J. Wahl, “The Barnacle Balanus Amphitrite Adheres by a Stepwise Cementing Process,” Langmuir 2012, 28, pp. 13364-13372, DOI: 10.1021/la301695m
Chung-Yuen Hui, Rong Long, Kathryn J. Wahl, and Richard K. Everett, “Barnacles Resist Removal by Crack Trapping,” Interface: Journal of the Royal Society, June 6, 2011 8:868-879, DOI:10.1098/rsif.2010.0567
J.P. Bandstra , D.A. Koss, A. Geltmacher, P. Matic, R.K. Everett, “Modeling void coalescence during ductile fracture of a steel,” Materials Science and Engineering, A366 (Feb. 15, 2004), pp. 269–281. DOI: 10.1016/j.msea.2003.08.018