Weihs

 

    Prof. Timothy P. Weihs

    3400 N. Charles Street

    Maryland Hall 115

    Office: (410)516-4071

    weihs@jhu.edu

      2014 Group News

            December: Michael Grapes and Kyle Overdeep win the first and second place prizes for Best Student Presentation in the Fall 2014 MRS Symposium on Recent Advances in Reactive Materials. Congratulations!

            November: Dr. Thomas Voisin joins the Weihs Group as a Postdoctoral Fellow. He will work on the in-situ high strain rate study of Mg deformation. Welcome!

            November: Kyle Overdeep and Michael Grapes give presentation at the AVS 61st International Symposium & Exhibition at Baltimore.

            Octobor: Kyle Overdeep gives a public presentation in the student seminar and successfully defends his thesis proposal.

            September: Four graduate students of the Weihs Group (Mike, Alex, Kyle O, Kyle S), one former postdoc (Karsten) and Prof. Weihs are presenting at the MRS Fall conference in December at Boston.

            August: Longyu Zhao's paper "Permeability measurements and modeling of topology-optimized metallic 3D woven lattices" has been published in Acta Materialia. Congratulations!

            August: Michael Grapes's paper "Combining nanocalorimetry and dynamic transmission electron microscopy for in situ characterization of materials processes under rapid heating and cooling" has been published in Review of Scientific Instruments. Congratulations!

            June: New member to the Weihs Group! Kyle Overdeep's daughter Emmie Overdeep came to the world on June. 18th and joined the Weihs Group instantly. Welcome and congratulations to Kyle and Beth!

            June: Two undergraduate students (Angela and Evan) and three high school students (Dylan, Jordan, and Atman) join the Weihs Group to conduct research for the summer. Welcome!

            June: Michael Grapes, Alex Kinsey, and Kyle Slusarski present in the poster session in the 2014 Gordon Research Conferences Energetic Materials Session. Alumni Dr. Greg Fritz is also invited to give presentation: "Effects of Power Density and Energy Density on Ignition of Reactive Multilayers".

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            May: The departmental soccer team MS Eagles, with three Weihs Group members (Mike, Kyle, and Longyu) involved, earned the second place of the 2014 Spring JHU Intramural Soccer CoEd B League. Congratulations!

            May: Two senior undergraduate students in the Weihs Group, Jasper Lin and Paul Masih Das, will be graduating at the end of this semester. Jasper will pursue his Master's degree in Electrical Engineering at Stanford and Paul will pursue his PhD's degree in Physics at UPenn. Congratulations to both of them and we wish you all the best in graduate school!

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            April: Prof. Weihs gives the Exhibition Keynote Lecture at the International Conference on Metallurgical Coatings and Thin Films (ICMCTF) in San Diego, California.

            April: Michael Grapes wins the MRS Silver Graduate Student Award at 2014 MRS Spring Meeting in San Francisco, California. Congratulations!

            March: Weihs lab gets a new high speed camera from NAC Image Technology, which can take videos up to 370,000 FPS.

            March: Michael Grapes's abstract, "In situ nanocalorimetry with time-resolved electron microscopy for the study of rapid phase transformations", gets selected as finalist for MRS graduate student awards, and he will present this talk at 2014 MRS Spring Meeting in San Francisco, California. Congratulations!

            March: Longyu Zhao's abstract, "Measuring Permeability and Heat Transfer in 3D Metallic Weaves and Comparing with Simulations based on X-ray Tomographic Imaging", gets accepted as a poster in the 2nd International Congress on 3D Materials Science in Annecy, France.

            March: Weihs lab gets a new Perkin Elmer DSC 8000 to replace the old Perkin Elmer DSC Pyris-1.

            March: The DoE and U.S. Army project "Brazing Dissimilar Metals with Novel Composite Foils" successfully holds kick off meeting, at which Alex Kinsey and Kyle Slusarski give their presentations.

            February: Michael Grapes gets broadcasted by CBS Baltimore for "The Big Dig Out", check it out: Link (Starts at 00:26).

            February: Thomas Voisin from Laboratory of Material Elaboration and Structural Studies in France presents a seminar, Development of titanium aluminides by Spark Plasma Sintering: to a low cost near-net shape blade with enhanced properties, on 2/24/14 at 2:00pm in Maryland Hall 103.

            February: Michael Grapes gives a public presentation in the student seminar and successfully defends his thesis proposal.

      

 

  

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