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Philip Nash, Charles and Lee Finkl Professor of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, presented an invited keynote lecture titled “Enthalpies of Formation of Ternary Intermetallics” at the Thermodynamics of Alloys meeting. The conference was held in Seoul, Korea, October 15. The paper was co-authored by Armour College of Engineering Assistant Professor of Materials Science and Engineering Wei Chen, Armour College of Engineering adjunct faculty member Susan Meschel, and materials science and engineering Ph.D.

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Philip Nash, Charles and Lee Finkl Professor of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering and Director of the Thermal Processing Center at Armour College of Engineering, co-authored a paper with graduate students that was published in Scientific Reports. The paper, titled “The Large Scale Synthesis of Aligned Plate Nanostructures”, unveiled a major breakthrough in nanotechnology processing that reduces the time, and increases the amount of product that can be manufactured on an industrial scale.

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Researchers at Illinois Tech recently unveiled a major breakthrough in nanotechnology processing that reduces the time, and increases the amount of product that can be manufactured on an industrial scale. The new technique makes nanotechnology economically viable for numerous applications, including pollution control for vehicles, reduction in waste heat from vehicles and electronics, and removal of toxic waste from water.

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The annual MMAE Student Research Poster Competition was held on April 8th, 2016 in Rettaliata Engineering Center. Twenty-five MMAE students, representing all degree levels, presented posters in the competition displaying the research work they have completed. Posters were judged by a panel of judges including members from the MMAE External Advisory Board and industry representatives. The top scoring presenters from each academic level were awarded a certificate and monetary prize. Congratulations to the following winners:

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The annual MMAE Student Research Poster Competition was held on March 27th, 2015 in Hermann Hall. Twenty-one MMAE students, representing all degree levels, presented posters in the competition displaying the research work they have completed. Posters were judged by a panel of judges including members from the MMAE External Advisory Board and industry representatives. The top scoring presenters from each academic level were awareded a certificate and monetary prize. Congratulations to the following winners:

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