Congratulations to former MEE intern, Reid Schur, on the publication of his paper Fractographic Analysis of Additvely Manufactured Ti6A14V by Electron Beam Melting: Effects of Powder Reuse in the June 2020 issue of the Journal of Failure Analysis and Prevention.
Reid was a senior in Mechanical Engineering at Washington University in St Louis when he interned with us in 2016. Currently he is a PhD candidate in the University of Washington Materials Science and Engineering Program.
And, congratulations to 2017 MEE summer intern Atte Kadoma as she pursues her PhD in Engineering Sciences at Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. We first met Atte as a high school student in 2014 when she attended ASM Materials Camp. She kept in touch with us while attending Iowa State University where as a student in the Materials Science program she won a Goldwater Scholarship, the nation’s premier undergraduate scholarship in mathematics, natural sciences and engineering.
We always enjoy following the career paths of our summer interns especially when we see the paths have lead them to Materials Science Engineering research.
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