Collaborative Research Project Tackles Interesting Questions While Putting Graduate Student’s Project Management Skills to Work

Working together, University of Wisconsin graduate student, Sachin Muley, and engineers from NCD Technologies have determined optimal recipes for a carbon coating for an industrial application while also furthering research in this area. The 10-month project set out to understand and optimize mechanical properties in amorphous carbon coatings that NCD uses for industrial applications. A paper based on this research is currently in development.

Congratulations to the Winners of the 2017 AMIC Seed Program

Graduate students Yang Liao and Shu-Ching Yang, advised by Prof. Xuejun Pan. “Fabrication of a Novel Functionalized Meso-porous Material from Cellulose and Biomass for Heavy Metal Ion and Formaldehyde Gas Adsorption.” Graduate student Zhaoning (April) Yu and undergraduate Nolan Urbanek, advised by Prof. Mikhail Katz. “Thermal Camouflage Using an Array of Temperature-controlled Tiles.” Dissertator Dr. Mehrdad Arjmand, advised by Prof. Max Lagally. “Silicon-Germanium-Graphene Heterostructure, a Novel Framework for Transistors.”