Malcolm G. McLaren (MGM) Distinguished Lecture Symposium was held on Thursday April 28th. Dr. Martin Harmer was honored as the Distinguished Lecturer and the featured highlight of the 2022 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.
April 28, 2022
April 26, 2022
The pinnacle of technical recognition at Corning is the appointment to the position of Corporate Fellow. This is an executive appointment which reflects rare and truly exceptional career achievements and contributions to Corning. Dr. David Morse, executive vice president and chief technology officer, Science & Technology, announces the appointment of Dr. Matthew J. Dejneka as Corporate Fellow, effective March 28, 2022.
April 11, 2022
April 2, 2022
MSE Night 2022 took place on 22 March from 4-7 pm and attracted >80 first-year students. In the lobby, 3D printing, glass cloth thermal stability, Nitinol shape memory alloy, Gorilla Glass, and fluorescent glass demos were conducted. Also, 3D SLA (Prof. Haber), STEM (Prof. Batson), Corning Glass (Prof. Goel), Hologram (Prof. O'Carroll), Hybrid Micro/Nano Manufacturing (Prof. Singer MAE) lab tours were offered. The event was a great success.
March 28, 2022
March 15, 2022
Rutgers University researcher Ashutosh Goel will work on heat-resistant ceramic and metallic composite waste form of unused fuel. U.S. Department of Energy Announces $36 Million to Reduce Waste from Advanced Nuclear Reactors. Eleven Projects Will Lower Waste Burden; Sustain Future Deployment of Carbon-Free Nuclear Power 03/10/2022
January 31, 2022
Nick Henson (left) and Alex Pasara (right) were awarded USACA grants to attend the 45th Annual Conference on Composites, Materials and Structures in Cocoa Beach, Florida this year. USACA is the premier association that champions the common business interests of the advanced ceramic producer and end-user industries (http://advancedceramics.org).
January 12, 2022
Prabeer Barpanda, who received his Ph. D. in Materials Science & Engineering from Rutgers University in 2008, has received an Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship. He is spending 1 year at the Helmholtz Institute in Ulm, Germany, a premier center for research on electrochemical energy storage. The Humboldt Foundation enables highly qualified scholars from around the world to carry out research in Germany. This is a prestigious award and we congratulate Prabeer. Dr.
December 19, 2021