Prof. Krogstad was selected as one of two recipients of the TMS Early Career Faculty Fellow Award. She will be recognized at the Annual TMS Meeting in San Diego, CA in February 2020–speaking at the Young Professionals Tutorial Luncheon (2/25, 12-1:30 SDCC 6A) and at the AIME/TMS awards banquet Wednesday evening (2/26). For more details […]
Pralav successfully defended his dissertation entitled, “Effect of roughness, microstructure, and chemistry on the environmental durability of structural alloys,” today! He’s put in a lot of hard work over the last 4.5 years and it showed today. Congratulations!
On Thursday, November 15, 2018, Megan Emigh successfully defended her dissertation entitled, “The Influence of Mixed Hexagonal Close-Packed and Face-Centered Cubic Ordering on Precipitation Pathways and Kinetics in Sputtered Superalloys.” This is one the last steps in formally completing a PhD! Congratulations to Megan! Kaitlin Tyler (Braun Group) and Nicole Johnson-Glauch (Herman/Rockett Group) also successfully […]
Charles Smith successfully completed his preliminary exam last week! Congratulations!
Prof. Krogstad is currently in the UK visiting three universities and three BP sites through the support of the Royal Academy of Engineering. Read more about the award and the visit sites here: https://matse.illinois.edu/news/matse-professor-jessica-krogstad-awarded-raeng-distinguished-visiting-fellowship
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!