Greg Ehlert will defend his dissertation, entitled "Development of a ZnO Nanowire Interphase for Enhanced Structural Composites" at 11:00am on Monday, February 27th in Larsen 234. Light refreshments will be provided.
Dean Abernathy has appointed Dr. David Arnold as Interim Director of the Nanoscience Institute for Medical and Engineering Technologies (NIMET). The mission of NIMET is to focus and coordinate the research and educational activities at the University of Florida in the fields of nanoscale science and nanotechnology, spanning across disciplines of physics, chemistry, biology, medicine, engineering, and materials science. Dr Arnold will provide technical and intellectual leadership of NIMET and the associated Nanoscale Research Facility (NRF), UF's state-of-the-art cleanroom facility.
Congratulations Dr Arnold!
On Thursday morning, IMG alumnus Dr. Benjamin Griffin and family welcomed a new baby girl into their family. Eleanor Angeline Griffin weighed 8 lbs 10 oz. Congratulations to Ben and his growing family!
David Mills will defend his dissertation proposal, entitled "Sapphire MEMS-Based Optical Shear Stress Sensors for High-Temperature Applications" at 2:30pm on Friday, December 9th in Larsen 234. Refreshments will be provided.
On Sunday at 1:09 pm fellow graduate student Raphael Puzio and family welcomed a new baby into their family. Baby girl "TBD" Puzio weighed 6 lbs 14 oz and was 19" long. Congratulations to Rafael and his whole growing family!
Antonio Acosta will defend his dissertation proposal, entitled "Investigation of Stress Effects on Ferroelectric Capacitors for Performance Enhancement of Ferroelectric Random Access Memory" at 9:30am on Friday, December 2nd in Larsen 234. Refreshments will be provided.
Haixiong Tang will defend his dissertation proposal, entitled "Investigation of Structure Property Relations in Active Nanocomposites for Energy Storage" at 2:00pm on Monday, December 5th in Larsen 234. Refreshments will be available from 1:45pm.
Chris Meyer will defend his dissertation, entitled "Micromachined Inductors and Transformers for Miniaturized Power Converters" at 9:30am on Wednesday, Novermber 30th in Larson 234.
Hongzhi Sun will defend his dissertation, entitled "Sensing and Control Electronics Design for Capacitive CMOS-MEMS inertial sensors" at 9:00am on Monday, November
21st in Larson 234. Refreshments will be available from 8:45am.
Shuo Cheng will defend his dissertation, entitled "Theory, Design and Application of Electrodynamic Transformers" at 9:00am on Wednesday, Novermber 23rd in Larson 234. Refreshments will be available from 8:45am.