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Mechanical Engineering Highlights
- Pradeep Menezes has ranked #547 in the Best Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Scientists in the United States for 2023. The ranking is based on the D-index (Discipline H-index) metric, which only includes papers and citation values for an examined discipline. Other ME faculty, including Yanyao Jiang, are also in the list.
- Mechanical Engineering graduate students Soumya Sikdar and Md Hafizur Rahman both have received the Northern California Society of Tribologists and Lubrications Engineers (STLE) Section Research Scholarship. Scholarship winners are selected based on the potential of their research to contribute to the advancement of lubrication and tribology technology.
- Associate Professor Pradeep Menezes has been appointed associate editor of Tribology Transactions, which contains experimental and theoretical papers on friction, wear, lubricants, lubrications, materials, machines and moving components, from the macro- to
• Assistant Professor Lei Cao has received a National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER award for her project “Fundamental investigation of twin boundary engineering through cyclic cross-phase-boundary thermomechanical processing.” The project supports research and education activities to develop material processing strategies to manufacture stronger and/or more ductile titanium (Ti) alloys.
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