Rutgers study opens door to broader use of sunlight and advanced materials to combat climate change Star-shaped gold nanoparticles, coated with a semiconductor, can produce hydrogen from water over four times more efficiently than other methods – opening the door to improved storage of solar energy and other advances that could boost renewable energy use and combat climate change, according to Rutgers University–New Brunswick researchers.
May 23, 2018
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May 16, 2018
Professor Haber's research group won the Best-of-Conference Poster Award at the 2018 Mach Conference in Annapolis, MD during the first week of April. The Mach conference showcases the state of the art in multiscale research in materials, with an emphasis on advancing the fundamental science and engineering of materials and structures in extreme environments. The poster was entitled “Studying Indentation Induced Amorphization in Boron Carbides of Varying Stoichiometry”, by Mark Schaefer, Vlad Domnich and Rich Haber. Lead author and graduate student Mark Schaefer is shown accepting the awar
May 10, 2018
Michigan/Northwest Ohio Section presents annual glass award
April 19, 2018
The 24th Malcolm G. McLaren (MGM) Distinguished Lecture Symposium was held on Friday April 13th. Dr. Lynnette Madsen was honored as the Distinguished Lecturer and the featured highlight of the 2018 McLaren Lecture Symposium. More than 100 faculty, students, alumni, and friends attended . The MSE Senior Poster Competition was an excellent opportunity to review departmental research.Click here to see more pictures !
April 11, 2018
Congratulations to Wesley Kendall for being awarded the prestigious NSF Fellowship for his proposal, "Photonic Nanostructures and Metasurfaces for the Control of Thermal Radiation." Wesley has decided to attend Duke University next year and enter their photonics program. Wesley is only one of two undergraduates of the entire Rutgers undergraduate student body that has received this award. The other award went to Juilee Malavade (BME) also an undergraduate in the School of Engineering.
March 30, 2018
2018 MGM Symposium registration form_0.pdf
March 20, 2018
A group of 17 students and four faculty and staff from the Materials Science and Engineering Department traveled to visit Corning Incorporated in Corning, NY from March 14 - 16. During the three day, 24/7 experience we saw an amazing array of science and engineering laboratories and plants that illustrate how Gorilla glass and display glass are made for our phones and tablets, as well as ceramic catalytic supports and filters for automotive and diesel applications that help keep the air clean in our major cities, plus an array of other emerging technologies. It was all quite an experience
December 1, 2017
The Materials Research Society (MRS) is a principal technical organization for materials scientist and engineers. The MRS 2017 Fall Meeting was held in Boston, MA during November 26 to December 1. The meeting featured the presentation of many technical papers, both oral and poster, as well as numerous networking forums and a large commercial exposition. The Rutgers Material Advantage section organized a sizable expedition to Boston to attend where the students learned much and had a great time. But soon it was time to go home to begin preparing for the upcoming final exam period.
November 15, 2017
Dr. Jieun Yang has received the 2017 Postdoctoral Award bestowed by the Materials Research Society on postdoctoral scholars who have shown exceptional performance in their research, leadership, and advocacy as well as outreach or teaching. Dr. Yang was cited specifically for her "creative research in chemically exfoliated 2D materials and tireless dedication to mentoring women in science and engineering." Congratulations to Jieun!! See the full article here: