Month: December 2019

Lee receives a Castleman Term Professorship In Engineering Innovation!

Seok-Woo is selected as a Castleman Term Professor in Engineering Innovation.  This award was established to recognize outstanding faculty members who embody exceptional achievements and the deep commitment to research, education and outreach. The appointment for the Castleman Term Professorship will start on January 1, 2020 and will continue for three years (or until promoted to Full Professor).

Five presentations at the 2019 MRS Fall Meeting!!!

The following presentations were given by Lee’s group at the 2019 MRS Fall Meeting! Wonderful Jobs!

Jessica was nominated for the best poster award! (Almost there!)

  • Seok-Woo Lee: In-situ micromechanical characterization of iron-based high temperature superconductors (oral) (Session: MQ03.05 (Predictive Synthesis and Advanced Characterization of Emerging Quantum Materials)
  • Gyuho Song: Ductile-to-brittle transition of micron-sized niobium at cryogenic temperatures (oral) (MS01.07 (Extreme Mechanics)
  • Tyler Flanagan: Shock-induced softening in single crystal magnesium (oral) (MS01.07 (Extreme Mechanics)
  • Jessica Maita: Role of grain boundaries in plasticity and fracture of nanocrystalline MgAl₂O₄ (poster)(Session: MQ03.06 (Mechanics of Nanocomposite and Hybrid Materials)
  • Shuyang Xiao: Effects of microstructures on superelasticity of CaFe2As2 single crystal (Session: MS01.10 (Extreme Mechanics)