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New Funding

Wednesday, March 21st, 2012

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Assistant Director John Diebel (IIE) has received $45,217 from the University of Michigan-Michigan Initiative for Innovation and Entrepreneurship for a project, “Bench Scale Synthesis of Antimicrobial Vermiculite and its Stability Characteristic Determination.” The Co-PI is Associate Professor Jaroslaw Drelich (MSE). The two researchers will collaborate with the Institute of Materials Processing (IMP).

2012 MSGC Awards

Tuesday, March 13th, 2012

2012 MSGC Awards Announced

Michigan Tech faculty, staff members and students received awards tallying $101,875 through the Michigan Space Grant Consortium (MSGC), sponsored by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), which includes 11 university members.

Among the undergraduates receiving $2,500 research fellowships were Meredith Mulder (Materials Science): “Synthesis and Characterization of Multifunctional Vermiculite Containing Carbon Nanotubes and Metallic Nanoparticles” and Bradley Villeneuve (Materials Science): “Formulation and Antimicrobial Testing of Vermiculite Coated with Copper Nanoparticles.”

Among the graduate students receiving $5,000 fellowships was Patrick Bowen (Materials Science): “Exploring the effect of group IV elements on the mechanical and corrosion performance of magnesium.”

Read more at Tech Today, by Lisa Wallace.

Patrick Bowen Recommended for DeVlieg Fellowship

Monday, March 12th, 2012

MSE graduate student Patrick Bowen has received an approval recommendation by the Michigan Tech Graduate School on his application for the DeVlieg Foundation Fellowship. The recommendation was based on Bowen’s research, publication record, and contribution to the mission of Michigan Tech. Bowen will receive support in the form of stipend plus one-credit of tuition for summer 2012.

Proposal in Progress Feb 29, 2012: Sanders

Monday, March 12th, 2012

Assistant Professor Paul Sanders (MSE/IMP), “High-strength Low-allow (HSLA) Aluminum: Microstructural Design for High Strength and Ductility,” DARPA

Century II Campaign Endowed Equipment Fund Awards Announced

Tuesday, November 15th, 2011

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Vice President for Research David Reed has awarded Century II Campaign Endowed Equipment Fund (C2E2) grants at the recommendation of the C2E2 Committee. The committee reviewed eight proposals totaling $33,385 and awarded $19,550. Paul Sanders received funding for “Wire Electro-Discharge Machining.”

New Funding

Thursday, November 10th, 2011

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Assistant Professor Paul Sanders (MSE/IMP), co-PI Stephen Kampe (MSE) and co-PI Douglas Swenson (MSE) have received $342,224 from the Office of Naval Research for a three-year project, “High Strength Low Alloy Aluminum (HSLA-A1).”

New Funding

Thursday, November 3rd, 2011

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Associate Professor Yun Hang Hu (MSE/IMP) has received $100,000 from the American Chemical Society, Petroleum Research Fund, for a 32-month project, “Synthesis and Characterization of Separated Graphene Sheets without Substrates.”

New Funding

Monday, August 29th, 2011

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Associate Professor Timothy Scarlett (SS/IMP) and co-PI Jaroslaw Drelich (MSE/IMP) have received $25,362 from the National Science Foundation for “Testing and Refining Rehydroxylation Ceramic Dating.”

St. John Family Provides Another $1 Million Estate Gift to Michigan Tech

Wednesday, June 8th, 2011

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One of Michigan Technological University’s most generous benefactors and his wife, Franklin and Lorraine St. John, have recently established a $1 million charitable trust to support the Generations of Discovery Campaign.

St. John earned a BS in Metallurgical Engineering from Michigan Tech in 1960. Since then, he has received numerous honors from his alma mater, including an Honorary Doctorate of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering and the Board of Control Silver Medal. Additionally, he has been inducted into what is now the Academy of Materials Science and Engineering.

New Funding

Friday, February 4th, 2011

Professor Steve Hackney (MSE) has received $53,152 from UChicago Argonne for a one-year project, “Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) Characterization of Battery Materials.”

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