Trey Davis has recently received the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program (NSF-GRFP) award. The GRFP is a prestigious award given by the National Science Foundation to those graduate students who have demonstrated the potential for significant achievements in science and engineering research. Trey received the award based in part on his research proposal on glass-ceramic composites for high capacity energy storage devices and related pulsed power applications.
Trey is a second year graduate student at the University of Florida in the Materials Science and Engineering Department working under Professor Juan C. Nino. Trey’s research focus is on energy related materials and he is also participating in the Florida Institute for Development of Engineering Faculty (FIDEF) with the overall goal to pursuit a career in academia.