Weihs

 

    Prof. Timothy P. Weihs

    3400 N. Charles Street

    Maryland Hall 115

    Office: (410)516-4071

    weihs@jhu.edu

 

 

      2016 Group News

            November: Professor Weihs gives a talk at Columbia University titled "Reactive Materials: Scientific Investigations and Applications" on November 11th.

            November: Advances in Engineering writes an article about Dr. Longyu Zhao's research. Congratulations!

            September: The Honorable Stephen Welby, the Assistant Secretary of Defense visits the Weihs lab and learned about the Controlled Microstructural Architecture and BioAgent Defeat projects. Dr. Allen Dalton, program manager for DTRA, also visited.

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Prof. Weihs discussed the BioAgent Defeat project with Mr. Welby, Dr. Dalton, Prof. KT Ramesh and Dr. Lakshman (not pictured).

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Mr. Welby holds a piece of weaved copper while Prof. Weihs, Ju Xue, and Michael Ruiz explain their work.

            August: The Weihs lab acquired a Thermal Instruments Q600 Differential Thermal Analyzer.

            August: Shane Arlington, Suhas Eswarappa Prameela, and John Fite join the group as PhD students. Cong You joins the group as a Masters student. Welcome!

            June: Mike Grapes, Kyle Overdeep,  and Longyu Zhao leave group after successful Ph.D. careers. Mike is starting a post-doc at Lawrence Livermore National Lab, Kyle is starting a post-doc at Eglin Air Force Base, and Longyu has begun working for Amazon. We wish them the best!

            June: Alex Kinsey, Mike Grapes, Kyle Overdeep, Elliot Wainwright, and Shashank Vummidi Lakshman attend the Gordon Research Seminar and Conference on Energetic Materials, each presenting posters. Prof. Weihs gives a talk at the conference.

            May: Prof. Weihs hosts an end-of-semester party for the group!

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            May: Congratulations to our seniors Evan Krumheuer and Travis Schmauss on graduating! Evan will continue with us as a Masters student and Travis will be starting graduate school at Northwestern next year. Good luck!

            April: Mike Grapes successfully defends his Ph.D. thesis. Congratulations! The title of his thesis is "The Role of Interfacial Reactions in Aluminum/Nickel Reactive Multilayer Performance." 

            April: Longyu Zhao successfully defends his Ph.D. thesis. Congratulations! The title of his thesis is "Design and Characterization of Fluidic and Thermal Properties of 3D Woven Lattic Materials for Heat Exchange Applications."

            March: Weihs Lab has acquired the 3D weaving machine for manufacturing lattice materials.

            March: Kyle Overdeep successfully defends his Ph.D. thesis. Congratulations Dr. Overdeep! The title of his thesis is "Designing Reactive Metal Nanolaminates for Bioagent Defeat."

            February: Dr. Peng Yi joins the lab working on MD simulations of intermetallic nucleation. Welcome!"

            February: Alex Kinsey successfully defends his thesis proposal. The title of his proposal is "Exothermic Brazing of Dissimilar Metals with Mechanically Processed and Diluted Thermite Foils."

            January: Prof. Weihs invites the whole Weihs Group to have a chili and Wii night at his house. A perfect way to kick off the semester!

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            January: Alex Kinsey wins the 3rd place for Graduate presentations at the AIAA Young Professional, Student and Education Conference 2015. Congratulations!

            January: Kyle Slusarski has finished his master degree at the Weihs Group and started his career at ARL.

  

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