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Kiely, research team featured in New York Times

Chris Kiely, Director of the Electron Microscopy and Nanofabrication Facility and Lehigh Microscopy School in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, on the team of Steven McIntosh, Associate Professor, Chemical Engineering and Bryan Berger, Associate Professor, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, together have had their discoveries on quantum dots published in the New York Times. …

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Mug Drop and SMS picnic date announced

The annual Mug Drop Competition and SMS Spring Picnic will take place on Thursday, May 5, 2016 in the Whitaker Courtyard. Department awards for students and faculty will also be presented. Free to the class of 2019! Cost to other students is $3.00, and faculty/staff is $5.00. RSVP to Janie …

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Materials students honored as Rossin Junior Fellows

Congratulations to materials students in becoming Rossin Junior Fellows for 2016-2017: Thomas Farinha ’18 Zhongrui Liu ’18 Cole Tomlinson ’18 Ray Pearson, Director of the Center for Polymer Science and Engineering and interim Associate Dean for Graduate Studies and Research, presented the awards. Rossin Junior Fellows, undergraduate students with strong …

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New course: Thin Film Deposition, Processing, and Characterization

The Materials Science and Engineering Department will be offering a new course in Fall 2016: Thin Film Deposition, Processing, and Characterization. Thin films are at the heart of electronics, optics, medicine, and nanotechnology. Fundamental and applied aspects of thin film deposition, processing, and characterization.  Growth methods including physical and chemical deposition …

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Lehigh alum to give guest lecture in MAT 218

Students in Mechanical Behavior of Macro/Nanoscale Materials (MAT 218), taught by Helen Chan, will have a Lehigh alum as guest speaker next week. Dr. John J. Kibler ’66, ’67, and ’69 will present The history of a career in Aerospace, Materials, and Composites Engineering – Otherwise known as a satisfying …

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Freed 2016 travel scholarship photos

Winners of the 2016 David and Lorraine Freed Undergraduate Research Symposium earned travel scholarships to attend professional conferences. Ally Fraser ’17 holds her $1000 travel scholarship. Her advisor, John DuPont, looks on. Ally won second place for her project, Development of Graded Transition Joints for Avoiding Dissimilar Metal Weld Failures. Hannah Maret ’16 …

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