Are you at MRS this week? Stop by and see Prof. Krogstad talk about nanotwinned metallic alloys on Thursday (4/20) morning: 8:30-9:00, 106C PCC.
Couldn’t make it? You can find a recording of the talk here!
Pralav was recently awarded a fellowship from FMC. The FMC fellowship provides 1 year of support for masters or doctoral students doing research related to the oil and gas industry. Congratulations, Pralav!
Congratulations to Nathan on successfully passing both his qualifying exams!
Our new customized AJA DC magnetron sputtering instrument was safely moved into place in our lab (166MRL) today. Once operational, this system will be a huge step forward in controlling thin film chemistry, microstructure and functionality for complex metallic thin films.
Our new project sponsored by the DOE Early Career program on radiation tolerance in engineering ceramics has recently been highlighted in the Jan/Feb 2017 edition of the ACerS Ceramics Bulletin. Click here for the full story.
We are excited to announce a new support for the lab through the DOE Early Career program. This will support our efforts understanding radiation tolerance in ceramics. For more information: http://engineering.illinois.edu/news/article/16517
Prof. Krogstad will be presenting on the work of Megan Emigh and Pralav Shetty at next week’s TMS Annual Meeting in Nashville, TN.
“Modification of Phase Evolution Pathways in Nanocrystalline Metallic Thin Films”
Monday 2/15 – 11:20AM, Music City Center 107B