Cole Persch spent the day working with Dr. DeYoung at the National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory at Michigan State University. Most of the day we were helping out with SuN, a machine used to study supernovas. I also sat in on a meeting to discuss another experiment.
Caitlin Talyor (’12) has earned her PhD in Materials Science & Engineering from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville! She is now working at Sandia National Laboratories, in the ion beam laboratory in Albuquerque. In the ion beam lab, I am using in-situ TEM to study the effects of radiation damage on materials being considered for […]
Elizabeth Lindquist, Anna Lunderberg, and Anna Wormmeester presented their research from the summer of 2016 at the Wayne State University CUWiP poster session. Elizabeth Lindquist gave an oral presentation about her research in the Hope College Nuclear Group at the Wayne State University CUWiP. The Hope College contingent at the Wayne Sate University CUWiP. Dr. […]
Rylan Prafke won an award and the 2016 Annual Meeting and National Student Conference of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE). His presentation “Response of Surface Bound Hexacyanoferrate Films to Binary & Tertiary Metal Alloy Compositions” was co-authored with Dr. Jennifer Hampton, associate professor of physics. Jacob Pledger also presented at the conference. His […]
SPS Seminar Friday, October 14 3 pm VW 104 Anna Lunderberg Exploring the Effects of Copper on Composition and Charge Storage of Prussian Blue Analogue Pseudocapacitors As energy usage has increased in recent years, there has been great demand for efficient, cost-effective, and earth-abundant materials to be used for energy storage. The ability to produce […]