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Meeting MS&T21: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium 2021 Undergraduate Student Poster Contest
Organizer(s) Yolanda Natividad, American Ceramic Society
Scope The Material Advantage student program is pleased to sponsor the Undergraduate Student Poster Contest held each year at MS&T. Undergraduate students are encouraged to present their undergraduate research experiences and utilize this opportunity to improve their communication skills. The work presented in the poster does not have to be performed at the student’s home institution, but could be, for example, from a project performed as part of a co-op experience, a summer internship, or a Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) project.

Contest participants must satisfy the following qualifications:
* Authors must be full-time students who are pursuing undergraduate degrees.
* Authors must register to attend MS&T 2021 and be present to put-up and take-down the posters.
* Authors must be present during the scheduled judging in order to answer questions and discuss their work. (All contest entrants will be informed of the judging time in advance.)
* Posters should not exceed 3’ x 4’ (landscape) or 4’ x 3’ (portrait). If a poster exceeds this space, it will be neither presented nor eligible for contest. (Authors will be assigned display numbers prior to the conference to designate where presentations should be posted.)
* For additional poster guideline information, refer to the links for the “Poster Scoresheet” and “Poster Judging Guide” as listed on the MS&T Students web page:

First, second and third places will be given in the amounts of $250, $150, and $100 respectively. All undergraduate students are eligible to enter the poster contest. The winners will be announced at the student awards ceremony at MS&T.

You must indicate whether you are an undergraduate student as this is a requirement. Your abstract will be rejected if you do not complete this field.


Abstracts Due 09/27/2021
Proceedings Plan Undecided

Composition and Physicochemical Properties of Typical Waste Cooking Oil
Effect of Carbon Stoichiometry on the Heat of Formation of Hafnium Carbides
Effect of Modifier Cation Size on the Bulk Structure and Nickel Speciation in Alkali Borosilicate Glasses
Electron Cloud Migration Effect-induced Lithiophobicity/Lithiophilicity Transformation for Dendrite-free Lithium Metal Anodes
Enhanced Mechanical Properties in a 4140 Steel by "In-House" Intensive Quench
Experiential Study on Critical Stress Intensity Factor of Carbon Nanotube Filled Epoxy
Exploring the Liquid Phase Exfoliation of Two-Dimensional Bilayered Vanadium Oxide in Aqueous Media for Li ion Batteries
High Temperature Mechanical Properties of TiB2-WC-SiC Materials
Highly Crystallized Prussian Blue with Enhanced Kinetics for Highly Efficient Sodium Storage
Investigation of Embedded Metallic Components on 3D Printed Ceramic Structures
Machine Learning Approaches to Predict Properties from Microstructure Images in Ceramic-Metal Composites
Mechanical Behavior of Automotive Structural Steels in the Vicinity of the Ductile-brittle Transition
Mechanical Property Assessment of Silicon Carbide Fiber-reinforced Epoxy-matrix Composites
Optimal Integration of TiO2-Coated Gold Nanostars for Enhancement of Photocatalytic Water Reduction
Perovskite Film Formation for Solar Cell Absorbers: Effects of Substrate Modification
Pressure Optimization of Fast-Moving Silicon MEMS Micromirrors
Processing and Properties of (Ta, Nb, Hf, Ti)C
Rheological Characterization of Highly Loaded Alumina-Polymer Suspension for Thermal Paste 3D Printing
The Dynamic Performance of Wearable Sensors with Flexible Silver Ink
The Mechanisms of Micro-fine Titanaugite Enter to Ilmenite in the Flotation and Depression Behavior of Sodium Silicate
Thermal Analysis of Sodalite-immobilized Iodine-129 Caustic Scrubber Slurry
ZrB2 Aqueous Slurry Development for DIW Additive Manufacturing

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