Dale E. Newbury
Dr. Dale E. Newbury has been a Fellow since 1994, at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in the Surface and Microanalysis Science Division in Gaithersburg,Maryland. From 1979– 1994, Dale was Group Leader, Microanalysis Research Group, Surface and Microanalysis Science Division at NIST. From 1973–1979, he was a Research Staff member, Microanalysis Research Group, Center of Analytical Chemistry, National Bureau of Standards in Gaithersburg, MD.
Dale’s research interests include electron probe microanalysis, AEM, SEM, surface analysis, X-ray spectrometry,Monte Carlo electron trajectory simulation, the physical basis of electron-atom interactions, EELS, SIMS, computer-aided analysis and computer-aided imaging. He also studies advanced and composite materials (e.g., nanomaterials, coatings), grain boundary phenomena, and failure analysis. He has more than 340 publications to date, is co-author of six books, has served as editor of five books and authored nine book chapters. He has also served as a member of the editorial boards for SCANNING, the Journal of Microscopy, and Microscopy and Microanalysis.
Dale received a B.S. summa cum laude, with Departmental and Interdepartmental Honors inMetallurgy andMaterials Science at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, PA. In 1969–1972 he was awarded the Marshall Scholarship by the Parliament of the United Kingdom to study at Oxford University/St. Catherine’s College/Dept. of Metallurgy & Materials Science. Dale earned his Doctor of Philosophy in 1972 in Metallurgy and Materials Science at Oxford University, Oxford, United Kingdom. Following graduate school, Dale was a National Research Council Postdoctoral Fellow, Metallurgy Division at National Bureau of Standards 1972–1973.