Helping shape his generations knowledge of materials science is Joe Burnett, a Senior physics student in the school of Natural Science and Mathematics and a member of Dr. Julia Chan’s Solid State Laboratory Team. Concurrently earning his MS in Mathematics, Joe uses main group elements, rare earth metals, and transition metals (chromium, manganese, iron, cobalt, and nickel, to name a few) to synthesize new materials in crystalline form and create new classes of compounds for energy applications. He aims to determine structure and properties in the inorganic materials that measure the magnetic and electrical properties.
Q&A: TEMOC Space Industries returns from the Johnson Space CenterJuly 19th
In early April, members of the Temoc Space Industries team at UT Dallas were busy at work designing an asteroid anchoring device for an educational... more >
Catastrotunity: Using Rejected Proposals For GoodJuly 5th
There are very few things I am willing to guarantee. However, if you submit grant proposals, you will get rejected. It is going to happen. I... more >
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