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Congratulations to Naigeng Chen for passing his B-exam yesterday with flying colors! His thesis entitled “Experimental and Computational Study of Non-woven Damage Mechanics” is well, a comprehensive experimental and computational study of non-woven damage mechanics, using a commercial polypropylene non-woven series (Typar SF) as his experimental system. This picture from right after the deliberations might […]
Congratulations to Simge Uzun for successfully defending her MS thesis in Fiber Science! Her thesis entitled “IN–SITU SYNCHROTRON X–RAY AND MICRO–COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY OF NONWOVEN ARAMIDS: DEFORMATION MECHANISMS” covered just one of the many projects she successfully completed in her two years at Cornell.
The annual Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source users meeting was this past Tuesday (6/9/15). Graduate student Naigeng Chen presented a poster showing off some nonwoven mechanics results from the uCT facility he has helped develop at the F3 station. Professor Silberstein is now officially chair of the User Executive Committee. Thanks to outgoing chair Katsu […]
CHESS’s annual users meeting is taking place this week. Yesterday graduate student Naigeng Chen showed off his x-ray diffraction and computed tomography experiments at the poster session. Prof Silberstein was elected as one of the three incoming members of the user executive committee.