While we are sad to see Pedram leave the group, we understand the difficulty the situation has put the entire group in. We wish him all the best as he pursues his Ph.D. at PennState now and hope to continue to collaborate for many years to come! Great work on modeling the ground breaking high pressure spatial CVD (HPS-CVD) system.
The latest in learning how the integration of domain-specific project-based learning in an introductory materials science course can lead to improved student outcomes is present at American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) 2020. Lots of data for those interested in a data-heavy analysis of measurable impacts! Read more: Paper 29199
Great to expand the team to tackle the many fun LabView coding-related challenges. Fingers crossed we can hack away and squash all those bugs!
Well deserved and hard-earned: congrats on getting a fancy, shiny Master’s degree! Hope all the hard work and corrosion testing will be buttoned up in a nice publication for broader consumption. Thanks for all the detailed-focused work and persevering despite the roadblocks!
It is with great pride that we would like to congratulate Tri to being awarded a prestigious internship at Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology in Japan for summer 2020! This experience will certainly expand deepen his appreciation for crystal growth–in this case for quantum materials. May the force be with you!
In the latest Pimputkar vs. Strandwitz rivalry, this time we clashed over precision in hitting a target. Bow and arrow to be precise. To the surprise of everyone, (him included) Siddha hit the bullseye twice in a row taking the clear lead! Now let’s see if this translates into hitting the target for getting the lab construction complete …