Author Archives: Nina Lane
Congratulations to Darin Tallman! He successfully defended his PhD thesis proposal today. Read his proposal abstract here.
Ph.D. student Babak Anasori won poster award at MS&T. Continue reading
Babak Anasori and Dr. Michel Barsoum will be giving talks at the upcoming Materials Science and Technology 2011 Conference & Exhibition, to be held October 16-20, 2011 in Columbus, Ohio. They will be giving talks several talks on nanoindentation techniques. … Continue reading
PhD student Babak Anasori’s image has made it to the front cover of Advanced Materials (Volume 23, Issue 37). The scanning electron microscopy (SEM) image shows graphene-like 2D crystals of Ti3C2 called MXene. The full article, published in that issue, … Continue reading
MAX phase group members Michael Naguib, Justin Griggs, Nina Lane, and Abe Crook ran a ceramics lab for the 2-day course on materials for emerging technologies. The course took place September 14-15, 2011. For more information go here.
Members of the MAX phase group, the Drexel Nanotechnology Institute, and The Department of Physics, Chemistry and Biology at Linköping University have published a new article in Advanced Materials on their high impact research in the area of Two-Dimensional Nanocrystals. … Continue reading
Babak Anasori’s “MAX Dragon” image is now one of the rotating images on the American Physcial Society homepage, www.aps.org! Click the image above to be directed to the MAX Dragon page on the APS website.