Justin’s review paper, “A Review of Liquid Metal Embrittlement: Cracking Open the Disparate Mechanisms” was recently published in Metallurgical and Materials Transactions: A.
Dr. Tori Miller won an NSF CAREER Award for her proposal “A Probabilistic Framework for the Nucleation of Recrystallization.”
Dr. Miller’s advice for aspiring faculty members published in JOM.
“For contributions bridging mechanisms of mesoscale dislocation plasticity with macroscale processing science in a wide variety of alloy systems, and for her devotion to the education and training of students.”
“Prediction of relative globularization rates in alpha+beta titanium alloys as a function of initial crystal orientation” was recently published in Journal of Materials Research. The article was featured in the annual Early Career Scholars in Materials Science issue of JMR,… Read More
A micrograph from ” Liquid-metal-mediated recrystallization of zinc under ambient conditions” as the featured image on the cover of the February 2020 issue of JOM! The paper is accessible here: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11837-019-03954-2
Science teachers visited the Monster group lab as part of an outreach event sponsored by the department. Dr. Miller and her graduate students discussed various techniques they use in the course of their research, and demonstrated tensile testing on the… Read More
Congratulations to Justin Norkett, whose paper “Liquid-metal-mediated recrystallization of zinc under ambient conditions” was accepted by JOM. The paper is accessible here: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11837-019-03954-2
Summer 2019, the MONSTER Group moved from North Carolina State University to the University of Florida.
Congratulations to Benjamin Anthony for winning the National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowship!