Greer Group invades TMS 2014. David, Lauren, Lucas, Nico, Chen, Rachel, Seok-Woo, Viki, Wendy, Zach and Julia gives talks and present posters on their work at the TMS.
Julia presents her solution at Google Solve for X!
Julia and colleagues Paul Sternberg and Axel Scherer lead IdeasLab with Caltech at the World Economic Forum.
Lauren, Viki, Jan and David present talks at the MRS conference in Boston.
Julia attends the National Academies' Keck Future Initiatives symposium.
Zach presents a talk at the ARL-MEDE conference in Baltimore.
Wendy, Lucas and Julia attend and present talks at the ECI Conference on Nanomechanical Testing in Faro, Portugal.
Dongchan, Lucas, and Lauren's work featured on Caltech's frontpage. Read the paper here!
Congratulations to Lauren for passing her candidacy!
Lucas wins Best Student Paper award at SES 2013! Read all about it here.
Julia receives the SES Young Investigator Award at SES 2013 at Brown University!
Julia performed Beethoven's 1st piano concerto with the Vienna International Orchestra at Altenberg Stift on July 21, 2013. See the performance here.
Julia wins 2013 Nano Letter Young Investigator Lectureship Award! Read here. MCE announcement
Congratulations to Rachel for passing her qualifying exams!
May 2013 :
Congratulations to Nisha on passing her candidacy exam!
May 2013 :
Julia delivers a lecture (and apparently an impromptu piano recital) at the National Academy of Engineering's Frontiers of Engineering Symposium in Beijing.
May 2013 :
Congratulations to Lucas on passing his candidacy! One step closer to Ph.D.
Congratulations to Rachel on winning the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship!
Dongchan, Jan, and Julia presented their research at the annual TMS 2013 meeting in San Antonio, where Julia also got the Early Career Faculty Fellow award.
Congratulations to Nisha Mohan and Seok-Woo Lee on delivering talks at the Jim Knowles Symposium at Caltech (here). Nisha's talk title was "Exploring Uniaxial Tensile Deformation of Compressible Solids with an N-type Constitutive Law" and Seok-Woo's was "Temperature Effects on the Indentation Size Effect".