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Congratulations MMD lab graduates!

Congratulations to Tiffany Chui, Shreya Gowda, and Anabel Sattler! Tiffany received a bachelors in Materials Science and Shreya and Anabel received bachelors in Mechanical Engineering.


We’re a bit behind on posting, so here’s a bunch of MMD lab updates in one. Congratulations to Shreya Gowda on another award! This time she’s won Aviation Week’s 20 Twenties – a worldwide competition for top aerospace bound students. We have two new collaborative papers out: “Microstructural evolution of polyurea under hydrostatic pressure” in […]

Congratulations to Shreya on her Brooke Owens fellowship!

MMD lab undergraduate Shreya Gowda won the prestigious Brooke Owens fellowship. See here for the department spotlight on her.

Shreya wins ELI Award!

Congratulations to Shreya Gowda for winning an Engineering Learning Initiatives undergraduate research award for her project “Dynamic Bond Approach to Improving Resin Transfer Molding Composites”!

Congratulations to recent MMD graduates!

Congratulations to Allison Rzepka and Prathamesh Raiter for completing their bachelors and masters degrees respectively in Materials Science and Engineering! In her undergraduate thesis, Allison devised a procedure for depositing liquid metal capsules onto performance fabrics such that they could be stretch-activated into electrically conductive materials (side note: thank you Air Force Research Lab collaborators […]

Alwany wins ELI award

Congratulations to Alwany for winning an Engineering Learning Initiatives undergraduate research grant! Alwany will be working on a high throughput approach to measuring the stiffness of gels.

Allison presents at ELI poster session

Undergraduate Allison Rzepka presented her research at the ELI Undergraduate Research Poster Session last week.


Congratulations to Allison Rzepka for winning an Engineering Learning Initiatives undergraduate research grant for the semester! This grant will provide funding for her work on nonwovens and nonwoven composites this semester. Also, to Prof Silberstein for winning a College of Engineering excellence in undergraduate teaching award. http://www.mae.cornell.edu/mae/news/index.cfm?news_id=96725