MSGC Awardees in MSE for 2013


Michigan Tech faculty, staff members, and students received awards tallying $ 96,635 in funding through the Michigan Space Grant Consortium (MSGC), sponsored by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).

Undergraduates in MSE receiving $2,500 research fellowships include:

Jacob Braykovich (MSE): “Optimizing processing techniques for high ductility magnesium alloys”

Zachary Morgan (MSE): “Computational Study of Improved Damping Capabilities in Metal Matrix Composites with Functionally Active Ferroelectric Reinforcement”

Evan Schaefer (MSE): “Antimicrobial polymeric composites with clay-copper hybrid filler”

Matthew Tianen (MSE): “Corrosion of bioabsorbable materials”

Bradley Villeneuve (MSE): “Antimicrobial copper-vermiculite filler”

Michael Warhus (MSE): “A predictive study of magnesium alloy bioabsorbable stents by computer modeling”

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