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Dr. Michael Czabaj

The department of mechanical engineering welcomes tenure-track faculty member, Dr. Michael Czabaj (pronounced chah-by). Czabaj joins the department after spending four years at NASA Langley Research Center, where he was a materials research engineer in the renowned Composites Group of the Durability, Damage Tolerance, and Reliability Branch. Prior to his position at NASA, Czabaj received a B.S. in aerospace…

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New Faculty: Jiyoung Chang, Assistant Professor

New Faculty: Jiyoung Chang, Assistant Professor

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U Undergrads in China for First-Annual Shenzhen Maker Open

U Undergrads in China for First-Annual Shenzhen Maker Open

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U Professor Promotes Laser-based Manufacturing

U Professor Promotes Laser-based Manufacturing

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Seminar: Interface Mediated Thermal Transport: From Hybrid Materials to Hard Disk Drives

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Seminar: Biosensors Based on Nanostructured Electrodes

Seminar: Biosensors Based on Nanostructured Electrodes

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