Alumni

Alumni Spotlight: Lauren Hughes

August 27, 2018

Lauren Hughes graduated in 2018 with a Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering. During her time at UC Davis, Lauren received a prestigious NSF Graduate Research Fellowship for her graduate-level research work with electron microscopy. Below, Lauren reflects on her time in the Materials Science and Engineering graduate program and where she is headed next.

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Alumni Spotlight: Jackson Hull

March 15, 2018

DAVIS, Calif.; March 15, 2018 – Jackson Hull (’00) was a double major in mechanical engineering and materials science and engineering at UC Davis, and also has a master’s degree in information systems from UC Berkeley. He and his wife Aurelia (’01, communications) live in the U.K. with their three young children and their dog, Paddington. They are also co-captains of a UC Davis Kiva Lending team that launched in September 2008.

New MSE Major Blog by Aditi Risbud Bartl

January 22, 2018

Hey MSE! If you’re wondering where you can find interesting real-life stories and career paths for MSE, visit the new MSE Major Blog by Aditi Risbud Bartl! The blog discusses various aspects of Materials Engineering, including major description, courses, and relevant fields after graduation. Check it out!

Ian Jacobs wins a Newton International Fellowship to study in Cambridge, England

November 14, 2017

Dr. Ian Jacobs graduated with a PhD in Materials Science and Engineering from the Moulé group with a thesis titled “Doping induced solubility control.” He was selected to win the prestigious Newton International Fellowship to continue his study of organic electronic materials in Cambridge, U.K. in the group of Prof. Henning Sirringhaus. The fellowship covers two years of postdoctoral study and includes supplies and travel expenses.

Miaofang Chi Named ORNL Scientist of the Year

November 23, 2015

Please join the CHMS Department in congratulating one of our graduate alumni, Miaofang Chi.  Chi does pioneering research in analytical electron microscopy at the Center for Nanophase Materials Sciences at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, where she recently won three awards at the annual awards banquet.  She received the Director’s Award for Outstanding Individual Accomplishment in Science and Technology and the Early Career Researcher Award, in addition to being named Scientist of the Year.