2017 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
1988 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For his work in the physical and mechanical aging of polymeric glasses, the rheological behavior of cyclic molecules in the melt, and the determination of the strain energy density function of model rubber networks
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Glass transition, Composite material, Viscoelasticity, Polymer and Thermodynamics. The Glass transition study combines topics in areas such as Dynamics, Differential scanning calorimetry, Condensed matter physics, Calorimetry and Fragility. His work on Epoxy, Creep, Modulus and Flexural rigidity as part of general Composite material research is often related to Biomechanical Phenomena, thus linking different fields of science.
His Viscoelasticity research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Superposition principle, Isothermal process, Stress relaxation, Polymer chemistry and Relaxation. Gregory B. McKenna combines subjects such as Surface layer, Soft matter, Embedment and Graphene oxide paper with his study of Polymer. The various areas that Gregory B. McKenna examines in his Thermodynamics study include Arrhenius equation and Phase diagram.
Gregory B. McKenna mainly focuses on Composite material, Glass transition, Polymer, Viscoelasticity and Thermodynamics. His Composite material study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Thin film. His Glass transition research incorporates themes from Amorphous solid, Relaxation, Condensed matter physics, Analytical chemistry and Fragility.
Gregory B. McKenna studied Polymer and Chemical physics that intersect with Dynamics. His work in Viscoelasticity covers topics such as Stress relaxation which are related to areas like Normal force. Enthalpy, Differential scanning calorimetry, Thermodynamic equilibrium, Viscosity and Volume are the subjects of his Thermodynamics studies.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Polymer, Composite material, Glass transition, Thermodynamics and Chemical physics. The concepts of his Polymer study are interwoven with issues in Chain, Molecule, Work and Dynamics. His work is dedicated to discovering how Composite material, Thin film are connected with Surface tension, Stiffening, Elastic modulus and Bulk modulus and other disciplines.
His work carried out in the field of Glass transition brings together such families of science as Amorphous solid, Polymer chemistry, Relaxation, Colloid and Fragility. His Thermodynamics study often links to related topics such as Scaling. His Chemical physics research includes themes of Relaxation and Ring.
Gregory B. McKenna mostly deals with Glass transition, Polymer, Thermodynamics, Composite material and Viscoelasticity. His study in Glass transition is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Polymer chemistry, Glass forming, Differential scanning calorimetry, Analytical chemistry and Enthalpy. Gregory B. McKenna interconnects Chemical physics, Work and Scaling in the investigation of issues within Polymer.
Gregory B. McKenna has included themes like Colloid and Cooling rate in his Thermodynamics study. Gregory B. McKenna has researched Composite material in several fields, including Thin film and Graphene, Graphene oxide paper. His research integrates issues of Modulus and Rheometer in his study of Viscoelasticity.
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Relaxation in glassforming liquids and amorphous solids
Charles Angell;K. L. Ngai;G. B. McKenna;P. F. McMillan.
Journal of Applied Physics (2000)
Effects of confinement on material behaviour at the nanometre size scale
Mataz Alcoutlabi;Gregory B McKenna.
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter (2005)
The melting behavior of organic materials confined in porous solids
Catheryn L. Jackson;Gregory B. McKenna.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1990)
The glass transition of organic liquids confined to small pores
Catheryn L Jackson;Gregory B McKenna.
Journal of Non-crystalline Solids (1991)
Vitrification and Crystallization of Organic Liquids Confined to Nanoscale Pores
Catheryn L. Jackson;Gregory B. McKenna.
Chemistry of Materials (1996)
Correlation between dynamic fragility and glass transition temperature for different classes of glass forming liquids
Qian Qin;Gregory B. McKenna.
Journal of Non-crystalline Solids (2006)
New insights into the fragility dilemma in liquids
Dinghai Huang;Gregory B. McKenna.
Journal of Chemical Physics (2001)
Rheological measurements of the thermoviscoelastic response of ultrathin polymer films.
P. A. O'Connell;G. B. McKenna.
Glass Formation and Glassy Behavior
Gregory B. McKenna.
Comprehensive Polymer Science and Supplements (1996)
Mechanical rejuvenation in polymer glasses: fact or fallacy?
Gregory B McKenna.
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter (2003)
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