MSE Graduate Students Honored for Outstanding Presentations at TMS Conference
Recognized for papers on nanostructured materials
April 14, 2006 - Materials Science and Engineering Program graduate students, Manish Chauhan and Indranil Roy, were each awarded $300 for their outstanding presentations on nanostructured materials at the annual Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS) meeting in March.
Both Chauhan and Roy each presented a paper on the characterization and mechanical behavior of nanostructured materials, and received two out of the five awards. Their work was completed under the direction of their faculty advisor, Farghalli Mohamed, Ph.D., professor of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science.
TMS is a professional organization that is comprised of the entire range of materials and engineering, and works to "promote the global science and engineering professions concerned with minerals, metals, and materials.”