Governor’s Chair for Radiation Effects on Materials
William Weber is an internationally recognized leader and expert on the interaction of nuclear radiation and charged particle beams with solids.
His work primarily focuses on the use of ion beams to conduct fundamental studies of radiation effects in materials to structurally modify materials for advanced technologies and to perform accelerated testing of materials for extreme radiation environments.
He serves as director of the Ion Beam Materials Laboratory, a research partnership between UT and Oak Ridge National Laboratory that provides unique new capabilities available to the UT and ORNL scientific community, as well as other research and development organizations.
In the News
August 2015 Weber Publishes in Nature Communications
June 2015 Weber Receives Lee Hsun Lecture Award
February 2015 Guest editor for Current Opinion in Solid State and Materials Science Vol. 19, Issue 1 (2015)
August 2014 Journal Highlights UT Lab, ORNL Connections
January 2011 Fellow of the American Physical Society
March 2010 from Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
201 TANDEC Building
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
University of Tennessee
Knoxville, TN 37996
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
PO Box 2008 MS-6138
Oak Ridge, TN 37831-6138