The highly cited researchers or scholars are either the corresponding author or the first author of their publications. Among all the researchers, only the top 300 in the field of materials science and engineering (MSE) are included in the following list ranked by the total citations of their papers. Prof. Yury Gogotsi and Prof. Michel Barsoum were both honored on this prestigious list. View the full list here.
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Mengqiang, Christine, and Kathleen will travel to South Korea to present at NANO KOREA and participate in our collaboration with NNFC-KAIST. Prof. Gogotsi will join them at KAIST next week.
Tyler Mathis, Taron Makaryan, Mohammed Alhabib, Mohammed Boota, and Katie Van Aken will all attend and present at the CARBON 2016 Conference at State College. View the full conference details here.
NMG Alumn, Sean Orzolek, has been accepted into the PhD program in Materials Science and Engineering at Lehigh University. Congratulations to Sean!
The first 365-24-7 Presentation Competition was held in Spring 2016. PhD Candidate, Kathleen Maleski, was selected as the best presenter for the 2016 competition.
The 365-24-7 Presentation Competition, designed by Dr. Babak Anasori, is a set of three presentations geared to prepare students for a variety of presentations, ranging from a conference presentation to an elevator pitch, or even shorter. Students present their research first in a 365 second (~ 6min) presentation, then present it in a 24s presentation (elevator speech) and prepare use a 7s presentation promoting the most important aspect of their research (first impression). Following each presentation, students were judged by their peers on a 1-10 scale on the quality of their talk, clarity, and ability to communicate their research topic.
This year competition was held as a workshop in order to create polished presentations. Each presenter received a certificate of completion at the end and the winner received a $100 gift card.