Victoria A. Kramb, PhD, is a Senior Research Engineer at the University of Dayton, in Dayton, OH. Since joining the team in 1999, she has worked on a variety of NDT programs to characterize composite damage accumulation and fatigue cracks in aerospace engine and structural materials. Her early work focused on development using thermography, magnetic properties, and nonlinear ultrasound. Dr. Kramb also created a reference database using Microsoft Access for high-cycle fatigue and corrosion. More recent work has emphasized implementation of NDE technologies into field and depot inspection applications.
Dr. Kramb has given numerous presentations and has made several publications over the course of her careers. She is a member of the American Society for Nondestructive Testing, the American Society of Testing and Materials, and of Sigma Pi Sigma Physics Honor Society.