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Tania Chan, Ph.D. 2013
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Tania Chan

Studying at Johns Hopkins has given me the opportunity to work with and learn from some of the best minds in my field.

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Travis DeJournett, Ph.D. 2013
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Travis DeJournett

It is my experience that the community of graduate students in the Materials Science and Engineering Department are a close knit group who are always willing to lend a helping hand, whether it’s in the lab doing research or out of the lab deciding where to hang out in one of Baltimore’s many welcoming neighborhoods.

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Howie Joress, B.S. 2012
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Howie Joress

Melting, Smelting, Casting and Refining is an awesome and unique course where we, through hands on methods, learn about the fundamentals of bulk metallurgy.

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Copyright 2010 by Marty Katz
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Armen Melikian

In our junior year, Materials Science and Engineering students are involved in a two-semester lab course. The first semester covers mechanical properties of materials, such as strength, elasticity, and fracture mechanics.

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Our research labs delve into the extremes of matter to make energy cleaner, devices faster, materials stronger, and people healthier.
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Sara Barron

I study high temperature intermetallic formation reactions. That bright flash of light is a crash course in the materials science of interdiffusion, phase transformations, and kinetics – and it’s all over in less than a second!

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Tom Batcho, B.S. 2011
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Tom Batcho

Working in a lab in the Materials Science Department helped me discover a love of research and build skills both in performing experiments and presenting results.

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Yongqiang Cheng, Ph.D. 2010
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Yongqiang Cheng

At Hopkins I found supportive and responsible supervisors, distinguished professors, helpful and efficient staff, and excellent students with diverse backgrounds and personalities.

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Copyright 2010 by Marty Katz
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Caroline McEnnis and Lindsey Lindamood

Not only does the Materials Science Department provide us with valuable lab experience and exciting travel opportunities to conferences in California, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and the Czech Republic, it also contains a very close knit group of people that genuinely care and support one another making for a much more enjoyable graduate experience.

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Erin Deda, B.S. 2011
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Erin Deda

The work in both lab and theater complemented each other very well, and in both settings I was able to see the practical applications of what we were learning in class.

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