Assistant professor Kumar Ankit created a simulation that can predict how metal solidifies, which could be a big deal for the future of manufacturing.
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SciHub, a new collaborative, cross-discipline initiative by Professor Nathan Newman, seeks to improve and enhance people’s limited scope of perception with modern technology.
Sudanshu Singh and Tyler Stannard worked with Nikhilesh Chawla, Fulton Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, on a metal corrosion paper, which was published in the Journal of Materials and won the 2017 Best Paper Award on structural materials research from TMS, The Minerals, Metals and Materials Society.
At GEAR Day, nearly 100 Girl Scouts learned what it’s like being an engineer with the help of members from the Fulton Schools’ Society of Women Engineers.
MultiPhysics Lab graduate students won Best Student Paper for research on unique behavior in lightweight material from The Materials, Metals and Minerals Society.
The sun never sets on innovation and at Devils Invent – Invent for the Planet, a 48-hour intensive design experience, students from around the globe were able to connect with each other to solve high impact, global problems together.
Hanqing Jiang’s research involves uses silicone as the substrate of lithium metal anode to mitigate dendrite (whisker) formation, which can dramatically extend battery life and diminish safety risks in lithium-ion and lithium-air batteries.