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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2019
Symposium 2019 Undergraduate Student Poster Contest
Sponsorship
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 2019 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: www.matscitech.org/students

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.

YOU WILL ONLY BE ENTERED INTO THE UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT POSTER CONTEST IF YOU SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT HERE.
Abstracts Due 09/09/2019
Proceedings Plan Undecided
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

Effect of Silica Coating on the Dielectric Performance of 0.1Bi(Zn0.5Zr0.5)O3-0.9BaTiO3 Ceramics
A Study of Kinetic Fragility Along the Na4P2S7-xOx Glass Series
Additive Manufacturing with Polymeric Bio-Inks (Hydrogels)
An Examination of Structural Disproportionation in Mixed Anion Glasses
Bioinspired Routes to Damage Tolerant Materials: Unique Microstructure and Fracture Properties of Enamel in the Mammal-Like Grinding Dentition of a Hadrosaurid Dinosaur
Cement Phase Identification By Raman Spectroscopy And Machine Learning
Coupling Effects of Creep and Electromigration on Reliability of Sn-based Solder Joints
Crystal Chemistry in the KCl:MgCl2 System
Cured Shellac with Hexamine as a Corrosion-Resistant organic Coating for Metal Substrates
Defects and Oxygen Vacancies in BaTiO3 films due to Changes in Growth Conditions
Degradation study of WSe2 via Raman Spectroscopy and Photo-luminescence imaging.
Determination of the Surface Tension and Contact Angle of CMSX-4 in the Liquid State on an Alumina Substrate
Effects of Small Mg+Si Additions on the Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Al-Ce-Sr Alloys
Fabrication of Porous Metal via Free Corrosion of Hypoeutectic Aluminum-Copper Alloys
Friction-induced Noise on Soda-Lime Silicate Float Glass Surface –a preliminary study by Optical Profilometry and Tribology
Hierarchical Pt-Based Alloys for High-Efficient Methanol Electrooxidation
High Entropy Alloy and Titanium Diboride: An Excellent Combination between Alloys and Ceramics.
High Performance Roll-to-roll Printed PTB7-Th:PC71BM Organic Solar Cells Enabled by Rapid Additive Removal
High Rate Bioparticle Fabrication with In-air Droplet Encapsulation Apparatus
Impact of Surfactant Concentration and Type on the Stability of Bilge Water Emulsions During Static and Dynamic Ageing
IMPROVEMENT OF THE STRETCH FLANGEABILITY OF A HIGH STRENGTH DUAL PHASE STEEL
Influence of Intentional Pores on Tensile Behavior of Stainless Steel 316L Manufactured with Laser-Powder Bed Fusion
Ionic Conductivity and Structural Analysis of PBM MGF Oxy-Sulfide Glass
Low Density, High-Temperature Syntactic Foam for Additive Manufacturing
Measuring Energy Input in Materials During Planetary Ball Milling
Mechanical Characterization of Micro Compounded and Injection Molded Recycled Carbon Fiber Reinforced Nylon
Microfluidic Synthesis and Characterization of Lead Iodide Perovskite Nanoplatelets
Photoluminescence in Halide Double Perovskites
Photoluminescent and Structural Effects of Europium and Terbium doping on Gadolinium Boro-Tungstate glasses
Photonic Design of Effectively Transparent Catalyst for Higher Efficiency Photoelectrochemical Solar Fuel Generators
Porous Ti3C2 Films for Enhanced Supercapacitor Performance
Predicting the Effects of Mineral Additives in Ordinary Portland Cement Systems
Preliminary Saturation Point Testing for Viscosity Measurements with Additions of Polycarboxylate-type Superplasticizer
Rheology of Biopolymers in Ionic Liquids
Sintering Atmosphere of High Entropy Rare Earth Oxides Affects Crystal Structure
Stress-strain responses from small scale testing (nanoindentation, in-situ micro-compression, micro-tension) in pure magnesium
Study of hexagonal pyramid-like InN nanocolumns on nitrided Si substrate by RF-MOMBE
Synthesis and Characterization of Chitosan/TiO2 Films as Biocide Composites
Synthesis and Mechanical Testing of CeO2 as a Surrogate Nuclear Fuel
Synthesis and X-ray Powder Diffraction Characterization of Ca12Ga14O33
Testing Conflicting Theories of Ionic Conductivity in Alkali Silicate Glass Systems with Molecular Dynamics
Thermal Limits of Lithium Phosphorous Oxynitride (LiPON) Based Solid-State Batteries
Thermodynamic Properties of Strontium-Lead Alloys Determined by Electromotive Force Measurements
Ultrafast preparation of saccharide-derived carbon microspheres with excellent dispersibility via ammonium persulfate-assisted hydrothermal carbonization
Utilizing AFM and ABAQUS FEA Modeling in the Design of an Artificial Interphase for Nanocomposite Modulus Deconvolution


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