Dow Chemical Career Talk
Erica Frankel, Ph.D.
PSU Grad Alum
Location: 301A Chemistry
At 9:30 AM
Currently the Center is composed of four (4) Interdisciplinary Research Groups (IRG). Common themes of complex materials synthesis and length scale dependent physical phenomena permeate all four of the IRGs. These research themes are integrated with major efforts in educational and industrial outreach.
MRSEC graduate student Liqiang Ren received this highly competitive award established to provide recognition and financial assistance to outstanding graduate students performing industrially sponspored researach at Penn State.
Susan Trolier-McKinstry professor of ceramic science and engineering, Pennsylvania State University, University Park. For development of thin film multilayer ceramic capacitors and piezoelectric microelectromechanical systems. Read the story in PENN STATE | NEWS
Chris Giebink, associate professor of electrical engineering, Pennsylvania State University, University Park. Antireflection coating makes plastic invisible See the story in PENN STATE | NEWS
MRSEC Faculty member Mikael Rechtsman (IRG4) has been awarded the International Commision for Optics (ICO) Prize for 2018 for his "pioneering contributions to the field of topological photonics." He will be receiving his prize at the next ICO conference in Carthage, Tunis next year.
Congratulations to Mikael Rechtsman. Kudos.
MRSEC Faculty member Tom Mallouk (IRG1, IRG2) has been selected by Clavirates Analytics as a "Highly Cited Researcher" for 2018. Only 15 members of the entire Penn State faculty have been selected for this honor this year.
Congratulations to Tom Mallouk. Kudos.
MRSEC Seminars are on Monday’s at 12:00 noon in S-5 Osmond Lab unless otherwise noted.
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