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Meeting 2016 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Young Professional "Meet the Candidate" Interactive Session
Presentation Title MC-6: Nanomaterials for Energy Applications
Author(s) Suraj R Nagpure
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Suraj R Nagpure
Abstract Scope As a PhD candidate in Chemical and Materials Engineering department at University of Kentucky, I am working on the topic “Synthesis of Mesoporous Ceramic Thin Films with Controlled Pore Orientation and their Energy Conversion and Storage Applications”. I have 4+ years hands-on experience with semiconductor processing and development of oxide nanomaterials using physical vapor deposition (PVD), closed space sublimation (CSS) and sol-gel self-assembly (EISA). In materials characterization, my expertise includes X-ray analysis, electron microscopy, spectroscopy (FTIR, UV-Vis, PL, XPS) and semiconductor device characterization. I have collaborated with peer-groups from Argonne National Laboratory and Oak Ridge National Laboratory. I am about to graduate and looking for fulltime opportunities. My career objective is to work with a strong multi-disciplinarian team involved in materials research and development. My research interests are nanomaterial synthesis, thin film deposition, semiconductor processing and device fabrication, Li-ion batteries, polymer processing, nanocomposite and hybrid materials, photocatalysis and membranes.
Proceedings Inclusion? Definite: None Selected

OTHER PAPERS PLANNED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM

MC-11: Sivanesh Palanivel: Expertise in Processing, Additive Manufacturing, Characterization, and Computation
MC-12: Understanding Fatigue Mechanisms through Microstructural Control
MC-13: Nano-mechanical Behavior of High Entropy Alloy and Bulk Metallic Glass
MC-14: Microstructural Evolution and Mechanical Response by ‘Design and Modeling’
MC-15: Achieving Exceptional Properties in High Temperature Materials Using Friction Stir Processing (FSP)
MC-16: Friction Stir Welding of Aluminum 7000 Series Alloys
MC-17: Fabrication of Microchannel Monolithic Heat Exchanger Using Additive Manufacturing
MC-1: Seeking Broader Applications of Materials Science
MC-2: Controlling Microstructure for Smart Applications through FSP Advisor - Dr. Rajiv Mishra
MC-3: Experimental Micro and Nanoscale Mechanics with Microsecond Temporal Resolution for MEMS Applications
MC-4: A Engineer Fighting for 3D IC Development - Jen-Jui Yu
MC-5: Physical Metallurgist with Expertise in Computational and Experimental Techniques
MC-6: Nanomaterials for Energy Applications
MC-7: Metallugical Studies of Dr. Takahiro Kunimine
MC-8: Modeling of Microstructural Evolution Accompanying Phase Transformations
MC-9: Microelectronic & Nanoelectronic Packaging and Thermoelectric Devices

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