8/19/2013

Work Underway On NASF Research Project

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Professor Elizabeth Podlaha-Murphy will lead project with key student researchers Avinash Kola and Shaopeng Sun of Northeastern University

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Professor Elizabeth Podlaha-Murphy with her research team, Bob Srinivasan and E. Jennings Taylor from the AESF and Christian Richter from the NASF.

 

 

NASF's Training & Research arm, the AESF Foundation, awarded a 3-year research grant for $75,000 to Northeastern University in Boston for a project on Fe, Ni and W alloy substitute for chromium.

 

Professor Elizabeth Podlaha-Murphy will lead this research project, and attended the NASF SUR/FIN Conference in June with key student researchers: Avinash Kola and Shaopeng Sun of Northeastern University

 

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