William David Kingery
|1950-1987||Materials Science||Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, United States|
|1987-1988||Materials Science||Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD|
|1988-2000||Materials Science Engineering||University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ|
In 1975, Kingery became a member of the National Academy of Engineering. In 1980 he gave the Edward Orton Jr. Memorial Lecture, "Social needs and ceramic technology", to the American Ceramic Society. In 1983 he became a Distinguished Life Member of the society. In 1984 he was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.From 1989 to 1993, he was chairman of the Board of Trustees for the Academy of Ceramics. In 1992 the society gave him the Outstanding Ceramic Educator Award; and in 1998 it established the W. David Kingery Prize, with him as the first recipient. In 1999 the Inamori Foundation awarded him the Kyoto Prize for “Fundamental Contribution to Development of the Ceramics Science and Technology Based on the Physicochemical Theory”. The prize came with $400,000. In the citation for the prize, he was called the "father of modern ceramics"
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|Booth JR, Kingery WD, Bowen HK. (1975) Preparation and properties of MgO single crystals grown by chemical vapor deposition Journal of Crystal Growth. 29: 257-262|
|Bowen HK, Kingery WD. (1974) Growth of wustite (FeO) single crystals by chemical vapor deposition Journal of Crystal Growth. 21: 69-73|
|Bowen HK, Kingery WD, Kinoshita M, et al. (1972) Chemical vapor transport of transition metal oxide solid solutions Journal of Crystal Growth. 13: 402-405|
|Brook RJ, Kingery WD. (1967) Nickel ferrite thin films: Microstructures and magnetic properties Journal of Applied Physics. 38: 3589-3594|