The lab won two awards yesterday evening at the 2016 Undergraduate Research Forum.
Dr. Sundaresan won the Distinguished Undergraduate Mentor award at the forum. More details about this award and other winners are available at this link.
Jacob Maddox won the 3rd place for his poster related to his thesis – Scanning Electrochemical Microscope Electrode Fabrication. His thesis on the same topic discusses the fabrication process for SECM electrodes with high sensitivity for shear force imaging. Congratulations Jacob!!!
We are pleased to announce the defense of four B.S. (Hons). thesis defense presentations of our undergraduate research assistants in Integrated Material Systems Lab.
This research was supported from sponsors in industry, federal agencies, and fellowship award from College of Engineering. The schedule for upcoming defense presentations is as follows:
- Hugo van der Walt – 9a to 10a on 31st March 2016
- Jacob Maddox – 1 to 2p on 1st April 2016
- John Thornton – 11a to noon 5th April 2016
- Thomas Ziebro – 3:30p – 4:30p on 7th April 2016
Vinithra Venugopal defended her doctoral thesis titled ‘Kinetics of Ion Transport in Conducting Polymers’ on 03/08/2016. Following the defense, she successfully cleared all the requirements towards a doctoral degree in Mechanical Engineering on 03/17/2016. Congratulations Vini!
Please check back for Vini’s next endeavor.
Vinithra Venugopal, a PHD student in the Integrated Material Systems lab, will be defending her thesis on 03-08-2016 in E525 Scott lab. Her thesis titled Kinetics of Ion Transport in Conducting Polymers presents a transfer-function based approach to study saturation kinetics in PPy(DBS) and a novel scanning electrochemical microscopy technique to study electroactive samples. A detailed abstract of her thesis, and other relevant information are available in OSU MAE website at this link.