The College of Engineering is pleased to
announce the awarding of the prestigious Thomas G. Chapman Fellowship to Elyse
Canosa, who is pursuing a Ph.D. in the MSE department’s heritage
conservation science program. Elyse completed her master’s degree last year, on
carbon isotope analysis of 19th century paper negatives, and she will now focus
on corrosion resistance of photographic materials. She works at the Arizona
State Museum and volunteers at the Center for Creative Photography. Elyse has...
College of Engineering Faculty and Staff Awards Luncheon was held today in the SUMC-Catalina Room. Elsa Morales, Administrative Associate in the Department of Materials Science & Engineering (MSE), received the 2013 William Primm Cosart Award. The prestigious award honors and rewards
staff for exceptional service in support of the College's mission. Elsa was nominated by MSE Department Head Pierre Deymier: "Elsa is fully dedicated to her programs and her
students. She tirelessly...
MSE Prof. Robert Erdmann
was invited by the Netherlands RKD (Rijkbureau voor Kunsthistorische
Dokumentatie) and CODART (an international network of curators of Dutch and Flemish art) to deliver a lecture entitled "Technically
Analyzing Art in the Digital Age" on May 21st, 2013. http://website.rkd.nl/archief/nieuwsarchief/technically-analyzing-art-in-the-digital-ageDr. Robert Erdmann, an Assistant Professor in the Department of
Materials Science and Engineering (MSE), is currently a...
UA College of Engineering announced the Outstanding Seniors, Outstanding Graduate Students and Outstanding Teaching Assistants for the spring 2013 semester at a
spring commencement luncheon on May 1, 2013. A record number of awards, 34, were made. MSE senior Bradley Rubin and Ph.D. candidate Russell Beal were both recipients of awards. Further reading
was well represented at 2013 Engineering Design Day on April 30th. Eight senior
students were part of multidisciplinary teams: Brian Akpan, Nathan
Fenstemaker, Hyun Jun Ji, Chelsea Miller, Andrew Phipps, Bradley Rubin,
Brian Rule, and Zachary Smith. Hyun Jun Ji and his team won the $500 award
for Best Physical Implementation of Analytically Driven Design,
bestowed by Tucson’s Latitude Engineering LLC. The project entitled High
Force Damper Test was sponsored by Tucson’s Airtronics...