Author Archives: Nina Lane
Congratulations to Michael Naguib! He successfully passed his PhD Candidacy August 18, 2011. See his abstract here.
PhD students Babak Anasori and Michael Naguib win second place for their poster entitled “Scanning Electron Microscopy of Two Dimensional Ti3C2 Layers” in the International Metallographic contest 2011! Second Place Class 4: Electron Microscopy Scanning “Scanning Electron Microscopy of Two … Continue reading
PhD student Babak Anasori won in two categories in the International Metallographic contest 2011! His artistic images “Cave,” which was microscopy performed on Michael Naguib’s work, and the famous “MAX Dragon” both won first place in their class. The winning … Continue reading
Summer REU student Natalie Klotz won first place among all the Sensors posters in the REU poster contest Thursday, August 12! Her poster is entitled “Property Changes of Polymer Composites Reinforced with Ti3SiC2.” The co-authors are PhD student Shan Chen … Continue reading
PhD student Nina Lane attended the International Conference on Processing and Manufacturing of Advanced Materials (THERMEC) in Québec City, Canada, August 1-5, 2011. Thanks to an International Travel Award through the Office of International Programs as well as a student … Continue reading
Some new 2011 publications are now available on the publications page. See the latest paper by PhD student Mohamed Shamma et al. that was just published in Scripta Materialia here!
PhD student Darin Tallman is spending his summer at Savannah River National Lab characterizing post-irradiation MAX phases! High-resolution TEM of Ti2AlC in the -2110 zone axis projection, pre-radiation. Darin is currently working toward characterizing post-irradiation samples to see how they … Continue reading
PhD student Nina Lane attended the 1st World Congress on Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME), which was held at Seven Springs Mountain Resort July 10-14, 2011 in Seven Springs, PA. She presented a poster (below) at the conference. For more … Continue reading
Nina Lane successfully proposed and defended her PhD thesis Monday, July 11th! See her proposal abstract here.