Jaroslaw Drelich and Yun Hang Hu have been promoted from associate professor with tenure to professor with tenure.
Associate Professor Jaroslaw Drelich (MSE/IMP) and Associate Professor Jeremy Goldman (Biomedical Engineering/IMP), “Evaluation of Bioabsorbable Metals for Stents with New Simplified Models,” NIH
Professor Stephen Kampe (MSE/IME) and Assistant Professor Yongmei Jin (MSE) have received $305,681 from the National Science Foundation for a three-year project, “Functionally-Active Reinforcement in Metal Matrix Composites.”
Assistant Professor Durdu Guney (ECE/IMP), Associate Professor Joshua Pearce (MSE/IMP) and Associate Professor Paul Bergstrom (ECE/IMP), “Increasing Solar Engergy Conversion Efficiency in Hydrogenerated Amorphous Silicon Photovoltaic Devices with Plasmonic Perfect Meta-absorbers Forms,” NSF
Associate Professor Yun Hang Hu (MSE/IMP), “Non-stoichiometric Lithium Imides and Exploration of Their Performance for Hydrogen Storage,” NSF
Associate Professor Joshua M. Pearce (MSE/ECE) authored an article, “The Case for Open Source Appropriate Technology,” published in the journal Environment, Development and Sustainability (Volume14, pp 425-431, 2012).
On April 12, Michigan Technological University hosted the 13th Annual Undergraduate University Expo. In the ballroom of the Memorial Union Building, undergraduate students displayed exhibits from their Enterprise teams and senior design projects.
Senior Design winners included the Bioabsorbable Polymer-Coated Metal Stent Degradation Simulation Design team, the Economic Recovery of Alloying Elements from Grinding Swarf Design team and the Portage Health Noise Monitoring Device Design team.
Read more at the Michigan Tech Lode, by Nicole Iutzi.
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