- B.S., Massachusetts Institute of
- S.M., Massachusetts Institute of
- Sc.D., Massachusetts Institute of
Major Accomplishments of the Dean of Engineering
at Univ. Massachusetts, Amherst (1993 - 2004)
- Developed with UConn and URI an ARPA
Manufacturing Education grant ($12.4 million over 2 years).
This education grant will allow the introduction of manufacturing
throughout the curriculum.
- Received a NSF infrastructure grant
($2 million total) to Chemical Engineering for the renovation
of laboratory space. Two other NSF infrastructure grants were
obtained, one for scanning electron microscopes and one for
remote vehicle simulation equipment.
- Developed the funding of a new building
for engineering and computer science ($31.5million) through
a bond issue of the state. One half of the funds will allow
for ~ 30,000+net square feet of laboratory space for Chemical
Engineering and Civil and Environmental Engineering
- Initiation of a University of Massachusetts
Transportation Center sponsored by the College of Engineering.
This Center develops transportation related activities for the
5 campus system.
- Completion of a strategic plan for
the college. A number of aggressive goals, including moving
the college into the top 25 engineering schools, were set out.
A number of specific recommendations were made to improve the
research and education program. This plan is the roadmap for
activities in the college over the next decade.
- Increased the size of the freshman
class from 220 to 350 students and at the same time increased
the quality of the entering students. Increased the number of
women faculty from 5 to 9. Instituted a committee on diversity
for the College.
- Started a comprehensive $25 million
capital campaign for the College. Have received the first $1million
gift in the College's history.
Major Accomplishments of the Vice President
for Graduate Studies and Research, Lehigh University (1983 - 90)
- Doubled the Lehigh research effort,
from $l3.7 million in l983/84 to $27.9 million in l988/89. Sponsored
federal research increased from $6.5 million to $l0.1 million.
Total research projects increased from 243 to 392 and the number
of principal investigators increased from l34 to l74.
- Developed the successful proposal
for a Pennsylvania State Ben Franklin Advanced Technology Center
at Lehigh. State and industrial funding was over $l5 million
per year in 1989.
- Developed successful grants for
an NSF-Engineering Research Center (Advanced Technology for
Large Structural Systems) [$10.4 million funding over 5 years],
two NSF University Industry Centers and a SRC (Semiconductor
Research Corporation) activity on electronic packaging.
- Increased private-industry support
of research from $l million to $3 million. This helped Lehigh
rank 3lst in the nation in science and engineering research
dollars received in l986/87.
- Increased the number of doctorates
awarded from 60 in l983/84 to 105 in l989/90.
- In addition, various faculty incentives
were instituted -- a research incentive fund (return on indirect
costs to the faculty), a lowering of credit hours for the Ph.D.
degree, elimination of indirect costs on tuition, elimination
of employee benefits on visiting faculty, and the institution
of retirement benefits on faculty summer salaries. Also, several
new interdisciplinary centers were developed such as the Center
for Molecular Bioscience and Biotechnology, the Institute for
Marine Sciences and the Center for Polymer Science and Engineering.
Professor Goldstein has been particularly
involved in the development of the electron probe microanalyzer,
scanning electron microscope, and analytical electron microscope
for application to problems in materials science and engineering.
He has authored over 200 articles in scholarly journals along
with several books and has served as editor for several prestigious
journals. Goldstein is the recipient of a number of national honors
and awards. Most recently, he received the 1999 Henry Clifton
Sorby Award of the International Metallographic Society. He is
also an elected Fellow of the American Society of Metals.
- "Future Directions of X-ray
Microanalysis in the Analytical Electron Microscope," J.
I. Goldstein, Proceedings 5th Asia-Pacific Electron Microscopy
Conference, Beijing, China, ed. K. H. Kuo and Z. H. Zhai, World
Scientific Publishing, Singapore, China, 138-141 (1992).
- "Definition of the Spatial Resolution
of X-ray Microanalysis in Thin Foils," D. B. Williams,
J. R. Michael, J. I. Goldstein, and A. D. Romig, Jr., Ultramicroscopy,
47, 121-132 (1992).
- "The Application of High-Resolution
SEM and EPMA to the Study of Coatings and Interfaces of Materials,"
J. I. Goldstein, Proceedings 51st Annual Meeting Microscopy
Society of America, ed. G. W. Bailey and C. L. Rieder, San Francisco
Press, San Francisco, CA., 848-849 (1993).
- "The Influence of Oxide Surface
Layers on Bulk Electron Probe Microanalysis of Oxygen-Application
to Ti-Si-O Compounds," J. I. Goldstein, S. K. Choi, F.
J. J. van Loo, H. J. M. Heijligers, G. F. Bastin, and W. G.
Sloof, Scanning, Vol. 15, 165-170 (1993).
- "The microstructure and formation
of duplex and black plessite in iron meteorites," J. Zhang,
D.B. Williams, and J. I. Goldstein, Geochimica et Cosmochimica
Acta, Vol. 57, 3725-3735 (1993).
- "A comparison of metallographic
colling rate methods used in meteorites," M.A. Herpfer,
J. W. Larimer and J. I. Goldstein, Geochimica et Cosmochimica
Acta, Vol. 58, 1353-1365 (1994).
- "Structure of as-deposited iron-zinc
coatings from chloride bath," C. A. Drewien, J. I. Goldstein,
and A. R. Marder, Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A,
Vol. 25A, 249-255 (1994).
- "Decomposition of Fe-Ni martensite:
Implications for the low-temperature (<500 °C)
Fe-Ni phase diagram," J. Zhang, D.B. Williams, and J.I.
Goldstein, Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A, Vol.
25A, 1627-1637 (1994).
- "Numerical modeling of precipitate
growth during Fe-Ni martensite decomposition at low temperatures
(<400 °C)," J. Zhang, D.B. Williams, and
J.I. Goldstein, Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A,
Vol 25A, 1639-1648 (1994).
to G Phase Transformation in Electrodeposited Iron-Zinc Alloy
Coatings," C. A. Drewien, J. I. Goldstein, and A. R. Marder,
Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A, Vol. 25A, 1119-1125
- "Application of the diffusion
couple to study phase equilibria in the Fe-Cr-S ternary system
at 600 °C," B.J. Smith, J.I. Goldstein, and A.R. Marder,
Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A, Vol 26A, 41-55 (1995).
- "High-performance X-ray detection
in a new analytical electron microscope," C.E. Lyman, J.I.
Goldstein, D.B. Williams, D.W. Ackland, S. Von Harrach, A.W.
Nicholls & P.J. Statham, Journal of Microscopy, Vol. 176,
pt. 2, pp.85-98 (1994).
- "Solid-state reactions and phase
relations in the Ti-Si-O system at 1373 K" J. I. Goldstein,
S.K. Choi, F.J.J. Van Loo, G.F. Bastin, and R. Metselaar, Journal
of American Ceramic Society, Vol. 78(2), pp. 313-322 (1995).
- "Internal Sulfide Precipitation
in Low Cr-Fe Alloys" B.J. Smith, J.I. Goldstein, and A.R.
Marder, Metallurgical and Materials Transactions, Vol. 27A,
- "A Revision of the Fe-Ni Phase
Diagram at Low Temperatures (<400 °C)" C.-W. Yang,
D.B. Williams, and J.I. Goldstein, Journal of Phase Equilibria,
Vol. 17(6), pp. 522-531 (1996).
- "Thin Foil Preparation of Metal
Particles in Brittle Ceramic Matrices" C.-W. Yang, D.B.
Williams, and J.I. Goldstein, Microscopy Research and Technique,
Vol. 35, pp. 335-339 (1996).
- "Phase Decomposition of Invar
Alloy - Information from the Study of Meteorites-" C. -W.
Yang, and J.I. Goldstein, The Invar Effect: A Centennial Symposium,
Edited by J. Wittenauer, The Minerals, Metals & Materials
Society, pp. 137-149 (1997).
- "A new empirical cooling rate
indicator for meteorites based on the size of the cloudy zone
of the metallic phases" C.-W. Yang, D.B. Williams, and
J.I. Goldstein, Meteoritics & Planetary Science, Vol. 32,
pp. 423-429 (1997).
- "Low-temperature phase decomposition
in metal from iron, stony-iron, and stony meteorites" C.-W.
Yang, D.B. Williams, and J.I. Goldstein, Geochimica et Cosmochimica
Acta, Vol. 61, pp. 2943-2956 (1997).
- "Reaction Between Titanium and
B2O3 melt/glass" S.K. Saha H. Jain, J.I. Goldstein, A.C.
Miller, and R.K. Brow, Physics and Chemistry of Glasses, Vol
39, No. 2, pp. 118-121 (1998).
- "Determination of the Fe-Rich
Portion of the Fe-Ni-s Phase Diagram" L. Ma, D.B.
Williams, J.I. Goldstein, Journal of Phase Equilibria, Vol.
19, No. 4, pp. 299-309, (1998).
- "Experimental proof of the distinct
electronic structure of a new meteoritic Fe-Ni alloy phase,"
Letter to the editor, D.G. Rancourt, K. Lagarec, A. Densmore,
R.A. Dunlap, J.I. Goldstein, R.J. Reisener, R.B. Scorzelli,
Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 191, L255-L260,
- "Practical Scanning Electron
Microscopy," textbook edited by Joseph I. Goldstein and
Harvey Yakowitz, Plenum Press, 582 pages (1975).
- "Introduction to Analytical
Electron Microscopy," textbook edited by Joseph I. Goldstein,
John J. Hren, and David C. Joy, Plenum Publishing Corp. 6l8
- "Scanning Electron Microscopy
and X-ray Microanalysis," textbook edited by Joseph I.
Goldstein, Dale E. Newbury, Patrick Echlin, David C. Joy, Charles
Fiori, and Eric Lifshin, Plenum Press, New York, 673 pages (1981).
- "Phase Transformations in Ferrous
Alloys," edited by A. R. Marder and J. I. Goldstein. Proceedings
of International Conference Metallurgical Society of AIME and
Phase Transformations of the Materials Science Div. ASM-October
4-6, 1983, Philadelphia, PA, 4ll pages (1984).
- "Microbeam Analysis-1984,"
ed. A. D. Romig, Jr., and J. I. Goldstein, Proceedings of 19th
Annual Conference Microbeam Analysis Society, Lehigh University,
Bethlehem, PA 16-20 July 1984, published by San Francisco Press
Inc., San Francisco, CA 94101 (1984).
- "Advanced Scanning Electron
Microscopy and X-ray Microanalysis, D. E. Newbury, D. C. Joy,
P. Echlin, C. E. Fiori, and J. I. Goldstein, Plenum Press, New
- "Principles of Analytical Electron
Microscopy", ed. D. C. Joy, A. D. Romig, Jr., and J. I.
Goldstein, Plenum Press, New York (1986).
- "Scanning Electron Microscopy,
X-ray Microanalysis, and Analytical Electron Microscopy",
C. E. Lyman, D. E. Newbury, J. I. Goldstein, D. B. Williams,
A. D. Romig, Jr., J. T. Armstrong, P. Echlin, C. E. Fiori, D.
C. Joy, E. Lifshin, and K-R. Peters, Plenum Press, New York,
NY, 379 pages (1990).
- "Scanning Electron Microscopy
and X-ray Microanalysis, 2nd Edition", J. I. Goldstein,
D. E. Newbury, P. Echlin, D. C. Joy, A. D. Romig, Jr., C. E.
Lyman, C. Fiori, and E. Lifshin, Plenum Press, New York, NY,
819 pages (1992).
- "X-Ray Spectrometry in Electron
Beam Instruments", D.B. Williams, J. I. Goldstein, D.E.
Newbury, Plenun Press, New York, NY,372 pages (1995).
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