For the second year in a row Ph.D. students Babak Anasori and Michael Naguib received the Roland B. Snow Award from the American Ceramic Society for their work on “The Carbon-Anatase Dog”. This award is presented for the best ceramographic work at the annual meeting of the American Ceramic Society (ACerS) during MS&T and consists of a monetary award and a Steuben glass artifact. Their entry also received the first place in the Scanning Electron Microscopy Category. The SEM image that was captured by Babak shows oxidized Ti2C3 particles (Michael’s research). The MS&T conference is taking place October 27-31 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Roland B. Snow Award
“The Carbon-Anatase Dog”
Babak Anasori, Michael Naguib, Yury Gogotsi, Michel W. Barsoum