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A Better Process for Making Single Crystalline Materials

Amir Haji-Akbari has received an NSF CAREER Award for developing a better process for making single crystalline materials, which are in high demand in a number of industries.

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Exploring Renewable Hydrogen

Judy Cha has received an NSF CAREER Award for her work to split water into hydrogen as a potential renewable fuel.

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Self-Repairing Firewall

Piskac wins research award from Facebook for FireMason, the first tool that can not only detect errors in firewall behaviors, but also automatically repairs the firewall.

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A New Design for Sustainable Nanomaterials

Yale researchers outline a strategy to give materials designers the tools they need to make the necessary assessments efficiently and at the beginning of the design process.

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Improving Urban Air Quality

A new study from Yale researchers illustrates the need to broaden the focus on sources of air pollution.

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Yale School of Engineering & Applied Science

Faculty Spotlight
Jan Schroers
Professor of Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science

Jan Schroers's research areas include micro & nano Replication, MEMS materials & processes, amorphous metallic foams, bulk metallic glasses, bio-medical applications, net-shaping processing methods incorporating a wide range of length scales, and thermo plastic forming. The Schroers Lab is concerned with materials and their structure-processing-property relationship.