Alan I. Taub


2098 HH Dow Building
2300 Hayward St.

T: (734) 763-1024




Lab Equipment


  1. Chapkin, W and Taub, A (2016). Determining the controlling mechanism of electrostatically induced carbon nanotube rotation using in situ, real-time polarized Raman spectroscopyProc Amer Soc Comp 31st Tech Conf:1-11.

  2. Chapkin, WA, McNerny, DQ, Aldridge, MF, He, Y, Wang, W, Kieffer, J, and Taub, AI (2016). Real-time assessment of carbon nanotube alignment in a polymer matrix under an applied electric field via polarized Raman spectroscopyPOLYMER TESTING, 56:29-35.

  3. Salem, E, Shin, J, Nath, M, Banu, M, and Taub, AI (2016). Investigation of Thickness Variation in Single Point Incremental FormingIn: 44TH NORTH AMERICAN MANUFACTURING RESEARCH CONFERENCE, NAMRC 44, ed. by Shih, A and Wang, L, vol. 5, pp. 828-837. Procedia Manufacturing.

  4. Taub, AI, Krajewski, PE, Luo, AA, and Owens, JN (2007). Yesterday, today and tomorrow: The evolution of technology for materials processing over the last 50 years: The automotive exampleJOM Journal of Metals, 31(4):48-57.

  5. Taub, AI (2006). Automotive materials: Technology trends and challenges in the 21st centuryMRS Bulletin, 31(4):336-343.

  6. Taub, A (2000). Materials researcher switches from brake rotor materials to crash dummiesMRS Bulletin, 25(6):51-52.

  7. Taub, A and Johnson, C (1995). Polymer composites for automotive applicationsSAE China Conference Proceedings.

  8. Fleischer, RL and Taub, AI (1989). Selecting high-temperature structural intermetallic compounds: the materials science approachJOM Journal of Metals, 41(9):8-11.

  9. Taub, A and Fleischer, R (1989). Intermetallic compounds for high-temperature structural useScience, 243(4891):616-662.