Donald Siegel

Donald Siegel
Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering

Address

2666
GGB (George G. Brown Laboratory)

2350 Hayward 
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2125


Phone
(734) 764-4808

Degrees

PhD, Physics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2001
Graduate Certificate, Computational Science and Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2001
BS, Mathematical Physics, Case Western Reserve University, 1995

Research Interests

Development of high-capacity materials and systems for energy storage applications; computational materials science; nanoscale chemistry and its impact on the mechanical properties of materials; thermodynamics and kinetics of phase transformations; multi-scale modeling; integrated computational materials engineering

Honors and Awards

TMS/JIM International Scholar, 2009
Publication J. Phys.: Condens. Mater 20 064228 (2008) named to "Top Papers 2008"
Special Recognition Award, U.S. Council for Automotive Research, 2008
Inventor of the Month, Ford Fuel Cell Patent Committee, 2008
U.S. National Academies/National Research Council Fellow, 2004-2005
Materials Research Society Graduate Student Award, 2001
U.S. Department of Education National Science Scholar, 1991-1995

Faculty Type

Tenured and Tenure-Track

Related News

Barton and Siegel will be honored at the ME Spring Banquet

A multidisciplinary U-M research group including ME Professor Siegel has been awarded a $1.2 million DOE grant aimed at isolating and developing “best-in-class” hydrogen storage technology

CAREER awards recognize junior faculty who exemplify the role of teacher-scholars through outstanding research and education

Don Siegel has been selected by the Council of the National Academy of Engineering to speak at the annual Spring National Meeting about energy storage and sustainable transportation

Outstanding achievements in teaching, curriculum development and research were criteria for award

Siegel, Mazumder, and Hu will play an integral role in a national multimillion-dollar collaborative effort to develop breakthrough batteries for electric vehicles and a power grid that can store electricity generated from solar/wind energy