Supervisory Research Materials Engineer
One Gifford Pinchot Drive
Contact Gregory Schueneman
Elucidation of the fundamental challenges to precise control and tailoring of lignocellulosic materials such that new capabilities and research frontiers are established. The means applied toward this end are the science and technology of polymer materials science, adhesion, nanotechnology, surface science, plant biology, anatomy, and microbiology.The outreach goal is to interact with a broad and diverse group of industrial scientists and business people, academic scientists, national & international labs, and colleagues. The focus of this outreach is collaborative research, education, and dissemination of ideas and findings. Interested persons are warmly invited to contact me for discussions and collaboration.
- High Performance composites from lignocellulosic materials
- High performance coatings and surface modifications
- Nanomaterials extracted from or deposited within lignocellulosic materials
- Structural adhesives for or derived from lignocellulosic
- Biorefining/processing lignocellulosic trash, invasive species, etc into high value polymers or nanomaterials
- Collaboration with scientists involved in genetic modification of lignocellulosic species for high performance materials, chemicals, etc
- University of Massachusetts, Ph.D. Polymer Science & Engineering 1999
- University of Florida Materials, M.S. Materials Science & Engineering 1994
- University of Florida, B.S. Materials Science & Engineering 1992
- Adhesion Society, Structural Adhesives, Member (2000 - Current)
Elected Member at Large Program Committee Chairman 2013
Featured Publications & Products
- White, Christopher C.; Hunston, Donald L.; Tan, Kar Tean; Filliben, James J.; Pintar, Adam L.; Schueneman, Greg. 2012. A Systematic Approach to the Study of Accelerated weathering of Building Joint Sealants.
- White, Christopher C.; Hunston, Donald L.; Tan, Kar Tean; Schueneman, Gregory T. 2012. A Test Method for Monitoring Modulus Changes during Durability Tests on Building Joint Sealants.
- Schueneman, Gregory T.; Lacher, Steven; Hunt, Christopher G.; White, Christopher C.; Hunston, Donald L. 2011. Durability of sealants exposed to outdoor weathering and hot compression cycles.
- Schueneman, Gregory T.; Kingsbury, Jeffery; Klinkerch, Edmund. 2011. Investigation of benign ionic content in epoxy that induces microelectronic device failure.
- Clarkson, Caitlyn M.; El Awad Azrak, Sami M.; Schueneman, Gregory T.; Snyder, James F.; Youngblood, Jeffrey P. 2020. Crystallization kinetics and morphology of small concentrations of cellulose nanofibrils (CNFs) and cellulose nanocrystals (CNCs) melt-compounded into poly(lactic acid) (PLA) with plasticizer.
- Forti, Endrina S.; Moon, Robert J.; Schueneman, Gregory T.; Youngblood, Jeffrey P. 2020. Transparent tempo oxidized cellulose nanofibril (TOCNF) composites with increased toughness and thickness by lamination.
- Zhang, Xuefeng ; Elsayed, Islam ; Navarathna, Chanaka ; Schueneman, Gregory T.; Hassan, EI Barbary. 2019. Biohybrid hydrogel and aerogel from self-assembled nanocellulose and nanochitin as a high-efficiency adsorbent for water purification.
- Schueneman, Gregory T.; Lacher, Steven J.; Hunt, Christopher G. 2019. Installing sealants for long service life.
- Clarkson, Caitlyn M.; El Awad Azrak, Sami M.; Chowdhury, Reaz ; Shuvo, Shoumya Nandy; Snyder, James ; Schueneman, Gregory ; Ortalan, Volkan ; Youngblood, Jeffrey P. 2019. Melt spinning of cellulose nanofibril/polylactic acid (CNF/PLA) composite fibers for high stiffness.
- El Awad Azrak, Sami M.; Clarkson, Caitlyn M.; Moon, Robert J.; Schueneman, Gregory T.; Youngblood, Jeffrey P. 2019. Wet-stacking lamination of multilayer mechanically fibrillated cellulose nanofibril (CNF) sheets with increased mechanical performance for use in high-strength and lightweight structural and packaging applications.
- Clarkson, Caitlyn ; Youngblood, Jeffrey P.; Schueneman, Greg ; Snyder, James . 2018. Corrigendum: dry-spinning of cellulose nanocrystal/polylactic acid composite fibers.
- Shrestha, Shikha ; Montes, Francisco ; Schueneman, Gregory T.; Snyder, James F.; Youngblood, Jeffrey P. 2018. Effects of aspect ratio and crystal orientation of cellulose nanocrystals on properties of poly(vinyl alcohol) composite fibers.
- Schueneman, Gregory T.; Lacher, Steven ; Hunt, Christopher G. 2018. Effects of prestrain, outdoor aging, and simultaneous strain cycling on the durability of building sealants.
- Deng, Xinying ; Kinloch, Anthony J.; Pimenta, Soraia ; Schueneman, Gregory T.; Sprenger, Stephan ; Taylor, Ambrose C.; Teo, Wern Sze. 2018. Toughening epoxy composites using nano and microcellulose modifiers.
- Gupta, Anju; Simmons, William; Schueneman, Gregory T.; Hylton, Donald; Mintz, Eric A. 2017. Rheological and thermo-mechanical properties of poly(lactic acid)/lignin-coated cellulose nanocrystal composites.
- Gupta, Anju; Simmons, William; Schueneman, Gregory T.; Mintz, Eric A. 2016. Lignin-coated cellulose nanocrystals as promising nucleating agent for poly(lactic acid).
- Moon, Robert J.; Schueneman, Gregory T.; Simonsen, John. 2016. Overview of Cellulose Nanomaterials, Their Capabilities and Applications.
- Meree, Caitlin E.; Schueneman, Gregory T.; Meredith, J. Carson; Shofner, Meisha L. 2016. Rheological behavior of highly loaded cellulose nanocrystal/poly(vinyl alcohol) composite suspensions.
- Girouard, Natalie M.; Xu, Shanhong; Schueneman, Gregory T.; Shofner, Meisha L.; Meredith, J. Carson. 2016. Site-selective modification of cellulose nanocrystals with isophorone diisocyanate and formation of polyurethane-CNC composites.
- Iyer, Krishnan A.; Schueneman, Gregory T.; Torkelson, John M. 2015. Cellulose nanocrystal/polyolefin biocomposites prepared by solid-state shear pulverization: Superior dispersion leading to synergistic property enhancements.
- Girouard, Natalie; Schueneman, Gregory T.; Shofner, Meisha L.; Meredith, J. Carson. 2015. Exploiting colloidal interfaces to increase dispersion, performance, and pot-life in cellulose nanocrystal/waterborne epoxy composites.
- Schueneman, Gregory T.; Lacher, Steven; Hunt, Christopher G. 2015. Monitoring Sealant Durability during Instrumented Outdoor Exposure with Variation in Prestrain.
- Hunt, Christopher G.; Schueneman, Gregory T.; Lacher, Steven; Wang, Xiping; Williams, R. Sam. 2015. Non-destructive Analysis Reveals Effect of Installation Details on Plywood Siding Performance.
- Chen, Si; Schueneman, Greg; Pipes, R. Byron; Youngblood, Jeffrey; Moon, Robert J. 2014. Effects of Crystal Orientation on Cellulose Nanocrystals−Cellulose Acetate Nanocomposite Fibers Prepared by Dry Spinning.
- Senalik, Adam C.; Schueneman, Greg; Ross, Robert J. 2014. Ultrasonic-Based Nondestructive Evaluation Methods for Wood: A Primer and Historical Review.
- Xu, Shanhong; Girouard, Natalie; Schueneman, Gregory; Shofner, Meisha L.; Meredith, J. Carson. 2013. Mechanical and thermal properties of waterborne epoxy composites containing cellulose nanocrystals.
|Discovery of Cellulose Nanocrystals as Pot-life Stabilizers for Epoxy Coatings|
Waterborne epoxy coatings are high-value, sought-after environmentally friendly products in the coating industry mostly due to their ease of use ...
|High-performance Cellulose Nanocrystal Polyolefin Composites are an Attractive Filler for Polymer Composites|
Nanocellulose-polypropylene and nanocellulose-polyethylene composites exhibited the greatest improvement ever reported for such composites made ...
|Lignin coated cellulose nanocrystals Increase Shipment Temperature Strength and Allow Blown Film Production|
Wood based nanomaterials enable higher use temperatures, greater strength, and faster productions cycles of renewable plastic.
|Outdoor Strain Cycling Robot Reveals Key Durability Factors for Building Sealants|
Outdoor durability testing of building sealants by autonomous robot demonstrates advantages of summer over winter installation and the dominant ...
|Site-Selective Surface Modification of Cellulose Nanocrystals|
Forest Service researchers The hydrophilic surfaces of cellulose nanocrystals are synthetically converted to highly reactive functional groups.