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It is through the support of alumni and friends that the Whiting School of Engineering has been able to maintain our role as a world leader in engineering research and education. Our engineers, working collaboratively and across a multitude of disciplines, are providing the technologies and systems approaches that allow us to address some of the biggest challenges facing society on a global scale.

The research of faculty and students in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University addresses a wide range of problems in materials applications, particularly in the areas of biomaterials, nanomaterials, organic semiconductors, metallic glasses, materials characterization, and thin films. Faculty and students with diverse interests collaborate with other departments, centers, universities, and national laboratories in order to improve the performance of existing materials, synthesize new materials, and understand materials in all of their roles.

Your generosity – and that of other alumni and friends who understand and believe in our mission – enables the Whiting School to address unprecedented global challenges, safeguard and enhance our future, and advance the frontiers of knowledge every day.

We are poised and committed to advance our school, our university, and the field of engineering in innovative and exciting ways.

Every gift – no matter the size – has an impact. Give today.

To learn about the various ways that you can give back, please visit our Ways to Give page.

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Upcoming Events

2:30 pm Fall 2020 Seminar Series: Jens N... @ Online
Fall 2020 Seminar Series: Jens N... @ Online
Oct 28 @ 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Jens Norskov Technical University Denmark Host: Tim Mueller Catalysis for sustainable production of fuels and chemicals The development of sustainable energy systems puts renewed focus on catalytic processes for energy conversion. We will need to[...]
2:30 pm Fall 2020 Seminar Series: Matthe... @ Online
Fall 2020 Seminar Series: Matthe... @ Online
Nov 4 @ 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Matthew Rosenberger US Naval Research Laboratory Host: Mingwei Chen Strain, Defects, and Interfaces in Two-Dimensional Materials Two-dimensional materials (2DM) are atomically thin materials with extraordinary mechanical, electrical, and chemical properties that make them promising for[...]
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