Sarah was featured in the Student User Spotlight at NCSU’s Analytical Instrumentation Facility (AIF) this month. She frequently uses XRD and SEM from this facility in her research. The AIF website features a nice article about Sarah and her research on immobilization of metal organic frameworks (MOFs) onto bare fibers for chemical adsorption and degradation. […]
Sarah was selected (from over 4000 applications!) to receive the 2020 National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate (NDSEG) Fellowship Award! This fellowship is sponsored by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR), the Army Research Office (ARO), and the Office of Naval Research (ONR) under the Office of the Under Secretary for Research and […]
Leah received a Best Student Presentation Award for her talk at the 2019 Fall MRS conference! Her presentation shared the results of shock simulations on buried metal-metal interfaces. Way to go, Leah!
Wenyi’s work is featured in this month’s Beneath the AVS Surface newsletter! This work is published in her paper “Thermal atomic layer etching of metallic tungsten via oxidation and etch reaction mechanism using O2 or O3 for oxidation and WCl6 as the chlorinating etchant.” Great work and great paper, Wenyi!
Heather Barton successfully defended her PhD on metal-organic framework-fiber composites for the degradation of chemical warfare agents and simulants! She will be working as a development engineer for Micross. Congratulations Heather, and best of luck in the future!