Congratulations to Prof. Ramille Shah who was awarded the prestigious NU Ver Steeg Faculty Award for excellence in graduate education! http://www.tgs.northwestern.edu/about/recognition-awards/past-recipients/2016.html
Prof. Shah and Prof. Dunand discuss their developed method for 3D printing metals and alloys with Northwestern Engineering. http://www.mccormick.northwestern.edu/news/articles/2016/01/a-new-way-to-print-3-d-metals-and-alloys.html
Read more about our 3D printing of metals in Advanced Functional Materials, titled “Metallic Architectures from 3D-Printed Powder-Based Liquid Inks” in the following article: Jakus_et_al-Advanced_Functional_Materials
Congratulations to Dr. Adam Jakus for winning this year’s Scientific Images Contest hosted by Northwestern’s Science in Society! See Adam’s winning image here. McCormick School of Engineering also recognized the award and the image was also featured in Northwestern’s Research… Continue Reading
Read about Adam and the other Baxter Young Investigators here.
Congratulations to Nick Geisendorfer for receiving the Fletcher Undergraduate Research Grant (URG) Prize! This is an award for the most outstanding Summer URG projects selected from faculty from across the University. The Summer URG program seeks to fund the top… Continue Reading
Northwestern University highlights up and coming research of undergraduate Nick Geisendorfer. Nick has been working on 3D printing solid oxide fuel cells in collaboration with the Barnett lab. Read more about Nick and his research in the Shah TEAM Lab… Continue Reading
Congratulations to Nicholas Geisendorfer for reaching the final round (top four) of the MS&T Student Speaking Competition and being recognized for his presentation entitled “3D-Printed Metal Objects from Oxide Inks” about his research performed in the Shah and Dunand labs!
You can find the article from Envision about the Shah TEAM lab’s work on 3D printing metals below. http://envisiontec.com/dr-shahs-team-lab-bioprints-metals-with-envisiontecs-3d-bioplotter/
You can find the American Society of Mechanical Engineers article discussing the Shah TEAM lab’s work on 3D printed graphene below. https://www.asme.org/engineering-topics/articles/manufacturing-design/new-graphene-ink-expands-3d-printing