Benjamin Anthony recently published “A ‘step’ in the right direction: quantifying error in twinning analysis due to EBSD scan resolution” in Scripta Materialia. This paper demonstrates the error in calculated twin fraction and other features when using too-large EBSD step… Read More
Dr. Benjamin Anthony becomes the third student to graduate with a PhD from the MONSTER Research Group, defending his dissertation entitled “Quantifying the Role of Coarse Intermetallic Particles on Twinning Behavior in Magnesium Alloys.”
Megan Hurley passed her qualifying exam, with her proposal entitled “The Effects of Thermomagnetic Processing on Martensite Development in Carbon Steels.”
Dr. Justin Norkett—Dr. Miller’s first graduate student—becomes the first student to graduate with a PhD from the MONSTER Research Group.
Yonguk (Tony) Lee passed his qualifying exam, with his proposal entitled “Heteroepitaxial recrystallization in Ni-based superalloys: its nucleation and boundary character.”
Dr. Tim Eldred, friend of the MONSTER research group, successfully completed his dissertation defense at North Carolina State University.
Dr. Tori Miller recently published “Nucleation of recrystallization in magnesium alloy grains of varied orientation and the impacts on texture evolution” in the Journal of Magnesium and Alloys.
Tori won the TMS Young Leaders International Scholar – JIM Award, and traveled for the Japan Institute of Metals and Materials (JIM) meeting.
DRAGON has been released for open beta! Read more to learn about participating in the beta.