Excited to share a new publication between our group and Dr. Lazarus, formerly of ARL and now at University of Delaware!
Congratulations to Sandhiya on her third place award at the first Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering graduate student research seminar!
An exciting new publication by Elizabeth on multimodal dispersions of liquid metal!
"Effects of filler composition, loading, and geometry on the dielectric loss, partial discharge, and dielectric strength of liquid metal polymer composites" was just published as a collaboration between our group (led by Elizabeth Bury) and Dr. Park's group at MS State! Looking forward to more to come.
New paper by Sandhiya Thiagarajan on simultaneous thermo-magnetorheological properties of MRFs. Nice work Sandhiya!
Our international graduate students are doing some incredible research on campus. Meet Sandhiya Thiagarajan. Sandhiya is a PhD student in chemical and biological engineering at UA. She shared with us her research and her best practices of research. She says: Why do you have to be smart if the materials around you are smart? I work on smart materials that exhibit magnetic properties for applications like brakes, dampers, and prosthetics. In the world of research, your area of research is the religion and your advisor is the god. One person next to your parents, who always thinks only the best for you is your advisor. At every point trust your advisor and their decisions for you. In this way, you can always reach great heights without falling apart. #GradStudentResearchPosted by UA International Student and Scholar Services on Tuesday, April 13, 2021
A new review written by Sandhiya Thiagarajan in Advanced Engineering Materials was just published!
Check it out here!
We are very excited to congratulate Elizabeth Bury on receiving an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship!
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