MSE Students Make up 50% of ACerS EMA Best Posters & Presentations Winners
February 8th, 2016
In January of this year, the Electronics Division of the American Ceramics Society (ACerS) gave out awards for "outstanding student work". Among the two sets of top-three posters and presentations at the Electronic Materials and Applications meeting in Orlando, FL, were three MSE students:
For poster awards, Daniel M. Long came in first place with his poster titled, "Band Alignment Characterization of Barium Titanate Interfaces." Also in the top three for poster awards was Dong Hou, who took home third place with his poster, "Temperature-induced Average and Local Structural Changes of BaTiO3-Bi(Zn0.5Ti0.5)O3 ."
For oral presentations, first place went to Kyle P. Kelley, whose presentation title was "Doping control in epitaxial thin films via reactive RF co-sputtering."
To view the original posting of the information in this article, please visit ACerS' website.
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