JPW presented a seminar in the Materials Science & Chemical Engineering Department at Stony Brook University. It was an enjoyable visit, and hopefully the start of fruitful collaborations!
Thank you to Dr. Jason Trelewicz for hosting!
Dr. Chao Yang has joined our group as a post-doctoral researcher starting January 2020. Chao joins us from Dartmouth College, where he completed his Ph.D. in Materials Science & Engineering under the mentorship of Dr. Ian Baker. Chao brings his excellent experience in physical metallurgy and characterization. Welcome, Chao!
Ph.D. students Patrick Warren, George Warren, and Caleb Clement have successfully passed the Materials Engineering Ph.D. Qualifying Examination, and are now officially Ph.D. candidates! Congratulations to all three students!
JPW has been named an Editor of Materials Today Communications. As part of the Materials Today family of journals, MTComms broadly covers all areas of materials science. We look forward to helping our colleagues gain visibility for their scientific work through this exciting new opportunity!
Recent Ph.D. alumni Keyou Mao has published two new papers that describe how irradiation-induced cavities can modulate the deformation-induced martensitic transformation pathway in 304 stainless steel. Congratulations, Keyou!
Dr. Yangyang Zhao has joined our group as a post-doctoral researcher. Yangyang joins us from the University of Tennessee – Knoxville, where he recently completed his Ph.D. in Materials Science & Engineering. He brings extensive experience in small-scale mechanical testing of metallic alloys. Welcome, Yangyang!