Drexel Materials Professor Yury Gogotsi, PhD, whose research as founder and director of the A.J. Drexel Nanomaterials Institute and member of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering has opened new possibilities for the application of nanomaterials, has received an h-index value of 100 from Google Scholar and other citation databases — the highest ever received by a professor within the College of Engineering.* The h-index classifies scholars according to the number of extant papers that have been cited by other scientists and publications. The Google Scholar distinction refers to Gogotsi’s papers published just since 2013.
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Congratulations to undergraduate student, Maria Natalia Noriega, for being awarded a $1,000 scholarship from the Philadelphia Section of the Society of Tribologists & Engineers (STLE) in recognition of her academic and research excellence.
The Nanomaterials Group has been busy nurturing the next generation of materials scientists and engineers. For six months, the group played host to three honors seniors from Council Rock High School North. The students worked with PhD mentors Kanit Hantanasirisakul and Kathleen Maleski on MXene research projects. They presented their final projects in a group meeting and at two regional science fairs.
In an exciting development for the field of aerospace engineering, the lightweight materials of airplanes and rockets might soon be getting stronger. A new method for making ceramic materials — which are used in propellers and heat shields — has enabled the introduction of chemical compounds to bolster their strength and could also imbue them with other useful properties. The discovery was recently reported by researchers at Drexel University and Penn State University.
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Congratulations to Thomas Heng and Devon Spinelli on placing second in the 2018 College of Engineering Senior Design Competition.
Thomas and Devon gave a tremendous presentation for their project entitled “New Application of 2D Titanium Carbide in Electroacoustic Transducer”, advised by Professor Yury Gogotsi, and mentored by Dr. Katie Van Aken and Asia Sarycheva.
Current and past members of the Nanomaterials group attend the 1st International Conference on MXenes at Jilin University in Changchun, China.
8 of our recent papers are currently listed in Web of Science as Hot Papers – the top 0.1% in our field. 66 of our papers are listed as Highly Cited (top 1%). Congratulations to all authors!
By: Yan, Jun; Ren, Chang E.; Maleski, Kathleen; et al.
ADVANCED FUNCTIONAL MATERIALS Volume: 27 Issue: 30 Article Number: 1701264 Published: AUG 11 2017
By: Lukatskaya, Maria R.; Kota, Sankalp; Lin, Zifeng; et al.
NATURE ENERGY Volume: 2 Issue: 8 Article Number: 17105 Published: AUG 2017
By: Pomerantseva, Ekaterina; Gogotsi, Yury
NATURE ENERGY Volume: 2 Issue: 7 Article Number: 17089 Published: JUL 2017
By: Pelaz, Beatriz; Alexiou, Christoph; Alvarez -Puebla, Ramon A.; et al.
ACS NANO Volume: 11 Issue: 3 Pages: 2313-2381 Published: MAR 2017
By: Anasori, Babak; Lukatskaya, Maria R.; Gogotsi, Yury
NATURE REVIEWS MATERIALS Volume: 2 Issue: 2 Article Number: 16098 Published: FEB 2017
By: Shahzad, Faisal; Alhabeb, Mohamed; Hatter, Christine B.; et al.
SCIENCE Volume: 353 Issue: 6304 Pages: 1137-1140 Published: SEP 9 2016
By: Lukatskaya, Maria R.; Dunn, Bruce; Gogotsi, Yury
NATURE COMMUNICATIONS Volume: 7 Article Number: 12647 Published: SEP 2016
By: Xie, Xiuqiang; Zhao, Meng-Qiang; Anasori, Babak; et al.
NANO ENERGY Volume: 26 Pages: 513-523 Published: AUG 2016
We are organizing the 1st International Conference on MXenes at Jilin University (Changchun, China) this week. The conference program is attached. Prof. Barsoum will be giving an invited talk and three post-doctoral researchers our my group (Xu Xiao, Chris Shuck and Narendra Kurra) will be presenting their work as well.
Additional information available at: http://ptab.jlu.edu.cn/info/1021/1109.htm
Congratulations to our Post-Doctoral Researcher Chris Shuck, who was given the “Outstanding Dissertation Award” at the Commencement at his alma mater University of Notre Dame last week. The award is given to the top graduating graduate student in the department. It was a $1000 award meant to cover the purchase of the academic robes, which Chris can proudly wear now!