Since 2014, Dr. Victoria Kramb has served as the Program Manager for the UDRI on-site research program in AFRL/RXCA “Damage and Materials Property Characterizations for Materials State Awareness”. She is also the group leader for the UDRI NDE Engineering research group. She is most proud of this highly diverse group of NDE researchers who all contribute to a variety of nondestructive inspection and mechanical behavior studies focused on metallic composite material characterization studies for industrial, academic, and government customers.
Deal Moore attended Kettering University in Flint, MI. He started his career with General Motors at an assembly plant outside of Dallas and earned an MBA from Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, TX. In the 1990’s, Moore moved to Houston to open and manage NDT Seals – a family owned business built on his dad’s patent. He is deeply involved in the ASNT Greater Houston Section and received the ASNT Mentoring Award in 2014 and served on the Board of Directors from 2017 – 2020.
Dr. Stephen Holland is an associate professor of aerospace engineering and associate director of the Center for Nondestructive Evaluation at Iowa State University. Dr. Holland has studied various forms of NDE since 1996, earning a Ph.D. in theoretical and applied mechanics at Cornell in 2002. Research topics and interests include ultrasound, guided waves, thermography, and NDE data integration.
Dr. Deng is an associate professor in the Nondestructive Evaluation Laboratory in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE). He develops sensors and data analytics systems for safety-critical engineering applications in safety, security, durability, reliability, and sustainability for defense, energy, and transportation infrastructure.