Congratulations to Steven Cheng on receiving the 2016 US Department of Energy - Integrated University Scholarship for his research in the field of nuclear waste management. Steven Cheng is an undergraduate student at the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Rutgers University. He is working under the mentorship of Prof. Ashutosh Goel and his research is focused towards understanding structure and chemical durability of borosilicate based nuclear waste glasses.
June 20, 2016
June 20, 2016
Charles Cao, a graduate student in the research group of Prof. Ashutosh Goel, has won second prize in the 2016 Innovations in Fuel Cycle Research Awards sponsored by The Office of Fuel Cycle Technologies of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE).
June 14, 2016
A team of scientists led by Prof. Ashutosh Goel from Rutgers University and comprising several researchers from Rutgers University, Washington State University, University of North Texas, and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory has won a prestigious $3M Integrated Research Project (IRP) from U.S. Department of Energy in the field of nuclear waste glasses.
May 19, 2016
Professor Koray Akdogan was named "Professor of the Year" by the Engineering Governing Council for the academic year 15/16 for his excellence in teaching. This surprises absolutely no one in our department. Koray has long been known for his teaching prowess and he is cited by many students, both within MSE and in other departments, including Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineeirng, and Industrial Engineering, for his outstanding teaching style that combines an encyclopedic knowledge of the subject with an effective and easy to understand method of delivery.
May 19, 2016
The Graduate School awards six graduates each year for excellence in research. Josh Kim was presented with a plaque at the awards ceremony held on April 21st. CONGRATULATIONS JOSH !
May 11, 2016
Our MSE faculty and students tell us why they are passionate about STEM ! #stemHERstoryRU
May 5, 2016
May 3, 2016
The Class of 2018 demonstrated their newly acquired engineering and materials processing skills in Laboratory I by melting, slumping and decorating glass plates to form several small but beautiful consumer products. These two tea lights and a vase were among the productive outcomes of the laboratory course instructed by Professor Riman. This particular laboratory session introduced the students to the glass transition, temperture/time/viscosity relationships, and the application of thermally matched enamel coatings, as well as the methods by which automotive windshields are made.
April 27, 2016
Dr. Lisa Klein was named a fellow of the Society of Glass Technology, formed in 1916 as an organization of people interested in glass that responds to the needs of industry and academia. Each nomination is put forward by three fellows in the society, which has members in more than 50 countries.
March 7, 2016