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January 15, 2021 Researchers at Stanford University recently analyzed citation metrics for more than 160,000 of the world’s most cited (top 2%) researchers in all fields of science to assess career-long impact through 2019, and impact for the year 2019 … Continue reading
Professor Michel Barsoum and colleagues have found scientific evidence that parts of the Great Pyramids of Giza were built using an early form of concrete, debunking an age old myth that they were built using only cut limestone blocks. View … Continue reading
Dr.Barsoum gave the plenary talk covering his decades of research on the MAX phases and more recent work on MXenes, the 2D nanomaterials derived from the former, to start the International Workshop on MAX Phases for Harsh Environments at Poitiers, … Continue reading
Clarivate Analytics recognizes Dr. Barsoum for his research performance demonstrated by production of multiple highly cited papers that rank in the top 1% by citations for 2018 in the field of Materials Science & Engineering as per Web of Science. … Continue reading
Congratulations to Dr. Michael Ghidu, who successfully defended his PhD thesis on the interactions between water and ions with MXenes!
Congratulations to Dr.Barsoum, for getting elected to the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences as a Foreign Member!
Dislocation theory has been very well established and has been successful in understanding the deformation of metals, but it has never properly explained the ripples and kink bands that are formed when layered materials (e.g. graphite, ice, MAX phases) are … Continue reading
PhD students Babak Anasori, Darin Tallman and Michael Naguib win first place for their poster entitled “Kinking Deformation of a Ternary Carbide in High Temperature Creep in Air” in the the 2012 International Metallographic Contest held by the International Metallographic … Continue reading
PhD student Alex Moseson is currently implementing a patent-pending rice planting device in rural Thailand – the culmination of two years of work led by Alex and with the invaluable support of a senior design team, a church, an NGO, … Continue reading