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Ms. Kasey Rigby won the CECS HUT scholarship award

October 20, 2020
Ms. Kasey Rigby received the Burnett Honors College HUT scholarship in the amount of $1,000 for Fall 2020. Kasey is a junior majoring in Biomedical Sciences and has been working with Dr. Kausik Mukhopadhyay for her Honors undergraduate thesis through research in the MSE department. Based on Kasey’s excellent work in the Honors Undergraduate Thesis (HUT) program,…

Two MSE students received two prestigious awards

October 15, 2020
Elizabeth Barrio (a NASA Research Fellow) just received the Luigi G. Napolitano Award.  “The Luigi G. Napolitano Award is presented annually by the Space Education and Outreach Committee (SEOC) of the International Astronautical Federation to a young scientist, below 30 years of age, who has contributed significantly to the advancement of the aerospace science and…

Florida Association for Nanotechnology

October 2, 2020
Our students are Honorably Mentioned the UCF student winner/category. Materials, Devices, and Enabling Technologies Awards Honorable Mention  Udit Kumar (Graduate student) University of Central Florida Postdoc Awards Honorable Mention Aadithya Jeyaranjan University of Central Florida Undergraduate Awards Runner Up Michael Hnatiuk University of Central Florida

Graduate Programs in Material Science and Engineering

June 21, 2020
Materials science and engineering centralize multiple disciplines: materials science, metallurgy, physics, biology, chemistry, nuclear engineering, and mechanical engineering. UCF researchers in the field have contributed to scientific advances as diverse as medicine and space exploration. UCF’s MSE graduates are sought-after by industry. Many become entrepreneurs by securing patents and starting promising companies. THE UCF DIFFERENCE…

Congratulations to Medical Student: David Gittes

April 7, 2020
UCF Student Wins National Public Health Award The U.S. Department of Human and Health Services recognized second-year medical student David Gittess (FIRE student from UCF COM, working with Dr. Seal) for his work with clinics that serve Apopka farmworkers and downtown Orlando’s homeless population. BY CHRISTIN SENIOR | APRIL 1, 2020 Before arriving at UCF in 2018,…

Congratulations Sharon Park ’19, Materials Science and Engineering (College of Engineering and Computer Science) for Order of Pegasus Award

February 25, 2020
UCF’s most prestigious student award is based on academic achievement, university involvement, leadership and community service. BY GENE KRUCKEMYER ’73 | FEBRUARY 19, 2020   Twenty-four students —– ranging in disciplines from engineering to biology to education and more —– have been named as 2020 recipients of the Order of Pegasus, UCF’s most prestigious student…

Deepak Pandey, Ph.D. Scholar, Received “Young Researcher Award” at ICNAN’2019

January 22, 2020
At 2nd International Conference on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology-2019 (ICNAN ’19), VIT Vellore, India, the attendees came from 25+ Countries and participated with more than 1000 student applicants and 400+ presenters. More than 525 research papers were submitted, and over 60 globally renowned speakers gave their talk. Out of 1000 student applicants and more than 400…

MSE Student received the UCF Graduate Dean’s Dissertation Completion Fellowship

January 3, 2020
MSE Ph.D. student Aadithya Jeyaranjan has been awarded the UCF Graduate Dean’s Dissertation Completion Fellowship. This fellowship provides a stipend of $10,000, tuition support, and health insurance for Spring 2020. This award is college nominated and is intended for students in their final semester of graduate education who have a realistic expectation of degree completion…

Omar Ahmed won the award at the UCF 3MT PhD research competition

November 22, 2019
The second 3MT Winner is… By: Carreen Krapf on November 15, 2019 01:00 pm Frogs on fire, copper versus silicon, motivating volunteer combat fighters and lithium car batteries were just a few of the topics at the Second UCF Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Competition in the Live Oak Room. An event co-sponsored by the College…

UCF at Nano Florida conference

November 20, 2019
In the last week’s Nano Florida conference, UCF student Emmanuel Okogbue received the 1st prize for his presentation in the Nanomaterials & devices session.  He was also selected to be the sole 1st prize winner with the highest score (i.e., 100) across entire sessions – out of a total of 133 contestants. His advisor is…

MS&T 2019 meeting

October 4, 2019
UCF students Sharron and Tin, at MS&T 2019 meeting, Largest Materials Science Eng meeting with Dept Chair. The Materials Science & Technology (MS&T) technical meeting and exhibition is the long-standing, recognized forum for fostering technical innovation at the intersection of materials science, engineering, and application. Each year, MS&T brings together scientists, engineers, students, suppliers, and…

Graduate Student Takes First Place at Statewide Competition

April 22, 2019
Successful UCF graduate students from this year’s Graduate Research Forum and 3-Minute Thesis Competitions presented their research and competed for top honors in the state this week at the Statewide Graduate Student Research Symposium. The symposium, hosted by the Florida International University on behalf of the Florida Council of Graduate Deans, aims to promote the…

Le Receives Honorable Mention for Goldwater Scholarship

April 20, 2019
Minh-Chau N. Le, a mechanical engineering major and materials science and engineering minor, was named an honorable mention for the Goldwater Scholarship. The Goldwater Scholarship is a prestigious scholarship that seeks to identify and support college sophomores and juniors who show exceptional promise of becoming the United States’ next generation of research leaders in the…

Graduate Students Win at Research Forum

April 11, 2019
Two of Assistant Professor Elizabeth Brisbois’ graduate students won awards for their posters at the Graduate Research Forum: Manjyot Kaur Chug — “Integration of Antifouling and Nitric Oxide Releasing-Polymer for Enhanced Biocompatibility of Insulin Cannula.” Manjyot has been selected to represent UCF at the statewide Graduate  Research Forum next week. Corbin Feit — “Development of…

Rossmann Named One of AIAA’s 20 Twenties for 2019

December 13, 2018
Aviation Week Network, in collaboration with the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, has announced that materials science and engineering student Linda Rossmann has been named one of the 20 Twenties to watch in 2019. Rossmann and 19 other students in the nation were identified as the top aerospace-bound students from an international field of…

Doctoral Candidate Receives Dissertation Fellowship

December 6, 2018
Doctoral candidate Abhishek Mehta is awarded the dean’s dissertation completion fellowship, which is worth $10,000 plus the cost of tuition. Mehta is a research assistant in Professor Yongho Sohn’s Laboratory of Advanced Materials and Additive Manufacturing. His dissertation work focuses on exploring the fundamental core effects in novel metallic alloys named high entropy alloys. Has…

Doctoral Student Selected for International Board of Trustees

September 13, 2018
Doctoral student Aadithya Jeyaranjan was selected to sit on the prestigious ASM International Board of Trustees as a student member. The selection was based on his excellent credentials, leadership experience, knowledge of the field and society. This unique opportunity will enable him to speak on behalf of students and gain first-hand experience with the issues and…

Student Wins Travel Grant to Present at Meeting

September 13, 2018
Materials science and engineering student Nileshi Saraf received a travel grant to present at the Americas International Meeting on Electrochemistry and Solid State Science. The meeting is a joint international meeting of the Electrochemical Society, to be held in Cancun, Mexico. Saraf won a grant worth $500 to present her work on organic electrochemical transistor…

Students Win Poster Competition

August 23, 2018
Materials science and engineering students took home first and second place awards at the smart sensors workshop organized by the Florida chapter of the International Microelectrics Assembly and Packaging Society. Nileshi Saraf and Craig Neal, both of whom are advised by Professor Sudipta Seal, won the student poster competition this past August.

Graduate Student Receives Young Investigator Award

May 13, 2018
Materials science and engineering graduate student Craig Neal received the Young Investigator Award from the International Workshop on Radiation Damage to DNA. Craig was asked to deliver an oral presentation of his work at the 15th IWRDD conference in Aussois, France in the French Alps.  

Florczyk Lab Members Win Awards at Biomaterials Meeting

April 20, 2018
Several members of the Florczyk Lab attended the Society for Biomaterials’ 2018 annual meeting in Atlanta. The lab members presented five oral presentations or posters during the meeting. Florczyk moderated the Proteins and Cells at Interfaces Special Interest Group Session. Several lab members also received awards at the meeting, including: Isabel Arias — STAR Award…

Undergraduate Receives Order of Pegasus

April 20, 2018
Mechanical engineering student Minh-Chau Le was selected to the UCF Order of Pegasus Class of 2018. Order of Pegasus is UCF’s highest student honor. Le, who minors in materials science and engineering, has maintained a 4.0 GPA, and has received several awards and honors recognizing her academic and research accomplishments. Le is an undergraduate research…

Students win at Graduate Research Forum

April 4, 2018
Three materials science and engineering students won first and second place at the 2018 Graduate Research Forum: Aadithya Jeyaranjan, mentored by Professor Sudipta Seal, won first place in the Engineering, Computer Science, Simulation, Modeling, Optics, Math and Physical Sciences category. Nileshi Saraf, also mentored by Seal, won second place in the Physical Sciences and Health…

MSE Student Awarded Fulbright Scholarship

March 23, 2018
Materials science and engineering student Linda Rossmann has been awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to conduct research in Germany. The award comes after a semester abroad conducting exceptional research under her advisor, aerospace engineering Associate Professor Seetha Raghavan’s current NSF IRES project. Rossmann earned her bachelor’s degree from the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.