Co-Advised by Dr. Daniel Gianola
Ph.D.: Materials Science & Engineering, University of Pennsylvania (Expected 2016)
B.Sc.: Materials Science & Engeinnering, The Pennsylvania State University (2010)
Nanoscale mechanical properties.
I am particularly interested in investigating mechanical properties of materials at the nanoscale via in situ testing in electron microscopes. I am primarily investigating the mechanics of deformation in bulk metallic glass.
- “Effects of pre- and post-growth annealing on the structure of epitaxial silicon nanowires fabricated by vapor-liquid-solid growth,” D. Magagnosc, S. Eichfeld, and J. Redwing, 14th Biennial Workshop on Organometallic Vapor Phase Epitaxy, 11 August 2009.
- “Patterned Metal Thin Films for Controlled Carbon Nanotube Growth,” Daniel Magagnosc and Barbara M. Nichols, GOMACTech 24 March 2011.
- National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship
- Tau Beta Pi
- EMSAGE Laureate
- George W. Brindley Award in Nonmetallic Crystal Chemistry
- Guy and Rae Ridone Award for Academic Excellence