Materials Science and Engineering welcomed three new professors for the 2017-2018 academic year with research in computation, nuclear fuels and optical sensing
MSE Professor Dr. Josephine Allen will study the cells back on earth to look for changes as a result of microgravity
Watch Erin Jackson skate into U.S. history Sunday at 6:56 a.m. on the NBC app or at 7 p.m. for NBC’s primetime coverage as she competes as the first African American woman on Team USA’s long-track speed skating team. Here… Read More
Professor Brennan is being honored for his inventions that led to the Sharklet microtopography which was inspired by biomimicry.
Watch the video to learn more about Rain Neuromorphics, a company using AI technology developed at UF and started by MSE Professor Juan Nino and UF Alum Jack Kendall.
Andrew, an associate professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, and her team received a $1.4 million grant from the National Science Foundation to study scalable and high-performance magnetic materials that can be implemented into modern-day devices that would take up less space.
NASA is collaborating with the University of Florida’s Department of Materials Science and Engineering for its RadSat project. The lab lead by Department Chair Michele Manuel developed a lightweight magnesium alloy.
Nuclear Engineering Professor new editor of Fusion Science and Technology journal The American Nuclear Society has appointed UF Nuclear Engineering Professor Leigh Winfrey editor of Fusion Science and Technology. Winfrey is an associate professor in the Nuclear Engineering Program within… Read More
Michele Manuel will be honored for her contributions in thermodynamics-based alloy design. ASM International, a professional organization for materials scientists and engineers, has announced that its Board of Trustees has elected Michele Manuel to become a Fellow of its society,… Read More
Congratulations on your Academic Achievements Dr. Allen and Dr. Andrew