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Ritesh, Junaid, and Yingjie defend

Defenses! Defenses! Defenses!

April 2023 was a big month in the AMML with 3 defenses! Congratulations to Dr. Junaid Ahmed, Dr. Ritesh Jagatramka, and Master Lu Yingjie!

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Yingjie and Amir present at TMS

Great presentations from Yingjie and Amir at TMS 2023. It was great to see conferencing return to it’s regular stride at this excellent meeting.

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Matt receives an award from TMS

Matt has received a Young Leaders Professional Development Award from the Materials Processing and Manufacturing Division of TMS! The official ceremony will be held at the 2023 TMS annual meeting in San Diego…

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Matt gives invited talk at OSU

Matt was invited to give an invited talk as part of the autumn seminar and colloquium series hosted by the department of Materials Science and Engineering at The Ohio State University. Thank you…

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AMML receives two new major grants

The AMML has received two new grants from federal funding agencies. The first grant is from the Department of Energy and represents a collaborative effort to monitor damage accumulation in high temperature piping…

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Ritesh publishes two new papers

Two new papers from Ritesh in two months! Great Job! These works can be found at:


New PhD Opportunity

We are seeking a new PhD student to join our team as soon as possible (and ideally before Spring 2023). This position is fully funded. It involves small scale mechanical testing coupled with…

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Lab interviewed by CBS2

CBS2 visited the AMML to discuss our work in developing resilient materials for infrastructure applications. Our collaborators from ANL were also on-hand to discuss some of their corrosion work. Here’s a link to…

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Amir takes home first place at the Undergraduate Research Forum

Amir has been awarded first place in the Engineering/Physical Sciences category at the 2022 Undergraduate Research Forum. Amir was in competition with hundreds of other undergraduate researchers across UIC’s campuses. Congrats! Here is…