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Design Day 2017

May 11, 2017

In the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, our students are constantly pushing the boundaries forward in their quest to solve real world problems. For this year’s Design Day, we have 10 teams presenting projects that range from preventative anti-bacterial spray for surgical procedures to an improved closed and continuous bone marrow aspiration system. The […]

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Three DMSE Teams to Participate in DREAMS

April 19, 2017

On Friday, April 21st, undergraduate students from across the university will participate in DREAMS – Day of undergraduate Research in Engineering, the Arts & humanities, Medicine, and the Sciences. The event, formerly known as Undergraduate Research Day (URD), is held each year with the goal of showcasing the research achievements of Johns Hopkins University undergraduate students. […]

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Michael Falk to become Vice Dean of Undergraduate Education

April 7, 2017

Starting July 1, 2017, Materials Science and Engineering professor Michael Falk will assume the position of Vice Dean of Undergraduate Education. The position is part of the Dean’s Leadership Team and Executive Council. This new appointment will require Professor Falk to split his time, but he will still teach and pursue his research within the […]

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DMSE students to receive PURA Grants for their research

March 31, 2017

Congratulations to juniors Grace Hao and Kevin Necochea, who have been awarded PURA grants for their research. The Provost’s Undergraduate Research Award (PURA) is awarded to Johns Hopkins University undergraduate students and affords them the opportunity to conduct their research with the aid of a $2,500 grant as well as a chance to present their work […]

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Qingjie Li Wins Gold Award for Poster at TMS

March 10, 2017

Last month, Materials Science and Engineering student Qingjie Li took home the Gold award in graduate student poster presentations at the TMS Annual Meeting. The poster, titled Surface Rebound of Relativistic Dislocations Directly and Efficiently Initiates Deformation Twinning, is based on Dr. Ma’s group’s recent research on high-speed dislocations. Qingjie states the group found that dislocations often behave […]

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