Dr. Cullinan a was awarded the 2021 Early Career Award from the American Society for Precision Engineering at their annual conference in Minneapolis, MN this year. (https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0141635921002981?via%...)
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NDML awarded an NSF I-Corps grant to explore the commercialization potential of the µ-SLS process.
Congratulations to NDML member Eva Natinsky selected for the 2021 National Science Foundation's Graduate Research Fellowship Program! (https://research.utexas.edu/showcase/articles/view/texas-engineers-selected-for-2021-nsf-graduate-research-fellowship-program)
Makenna Hayes and Yuanjun Fan join the NDML. Makenna will be working on designing and testing nanomaterial-based electrodes for sensing electrical signals in muscles and using those signals to determine the right electrical stimulus that can be applied to the muscle for rehabilitation applications. Yuanjun will be working on the design and fabrication of graphene-based electromechanical transducers.
Welcome to our newest NDML member, M.S./Ph.D. student Barbara Groh who will be studying alignment and precision in roll-to-roll nanomanufacturing.
Dr. Cullinan promoted to Associate Professor with tenure.
Congratulations to Dr. Martin Ward for successfully defending his Ph.D. thesis on wafers-scale exfoliation of thin-film silicon.
NDML researchers Georgina Dibua, Anil Yuksel, Nilabh Roy, and Michael Cullinan awarded the Kornel F. Ehmann Manufacturing Medal by the American Society of Mechancial Engineers for their best orignial paper related to micro- or nano-scale manufacturing processes or products.
NDML hosts American Society for Precision Engineering's winter topical meeting on Precision Engineering for Micro and Nanotechnologies with a special session on Precision Engineering for Quantum Devices
The NDML extends its welcome to new M.S./Ph.D. student Eva Natinsky who will be studying error correction and visualization in very large area nanotopography measurements.
Extending a well deserved congrats to Dr. Joon Cho for sucessfully defending his Ph.D. thesis AND recieving a post-doctoral grant to continue his work on graphene devices at the National Institute of Standards and Technology!
Dr. Cullinan appointed as a Walker Scholar for the department of mechanical engineering.
Dr. Cullinan named as an experiential learning ambassador by the university for his work on incorporating hands-on projects into the mechanical engineering undergraduate curriculum. https://provost.utexas.edu/news/2019-eli-faculty-course-developer-stipends
Congratulations to Dr. Ian Ladner for his sucessful defense and graduation! He's now off to Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory!
Ph.D Candidates Martin Ward, Dipankar Behera, and Liam G. Connolly present papers and David Cayll presents a poster on Silicon Wafer Exfoliation, Micro-scale Slective Laser Sintering, Tip-based Nanometrology, and Graphene-based MEMS sensors at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Precision Engineering in Las Vegas, NV. Congratulations to David Cayll for winning a Best Poster!
Congratulations to Dr. Tsung-Fu Yao for his sucessful defense and graduation!
Ph.D Candidate Anil Yuskel presents his paper on Thermal Conductance in Nanoparticles at the International Technical Conference on Packaging and Integration of Electronic and Photonic Micosystems (InterPACK) in San Fransisco, CA.
The NDML Welcomes new memebrs Chenyang Lou and Joshua Grose!
Ph.D Candidates Dipankar Behera and Georgina Dibua, and Dr. Nilabh Roy present papers on Micro-scale Selective Laser Sintering at the Solid Freeform Fabrication Symposium in Austin, TX.
Ph.D Candidate Georgina Dibua presents her paper on a Nanoparticle Sintering Model at the ASME Manufacturing Science and Engineering Conference in College Station, TX.
Congratulations to Ph.D Candidate Joon Cho for winning the H. Grady Rylander Longhorn Mechanical Engineering Club Excellence in Teaching Fellowship!
Ph.D Candidate and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Research Assistant Ian Ladner presents a paper on behalf of the NDML on MEMS Tensile Testing of 3D Printed Microstructures at the Solid-State Sensors, Acutators, and Microsystems Workshop in Hilton Head, SC.
Congratulations to Dr. Nilabh Roy for his sucessful defense and graduation!
Ph.D Candidate Anil Yuskel presents at the Intersociety Conference on Thermal and Thermomechanical Phenomena in Electronic Systems in San Diego, CA.
Congratulations to M.S. Student Cheng Zhao for Graduating!
NDML Research Assitants Martin Ward, Cheng Zhao, and Liam G. Connolly present posters and Ph.D Candidated Ian Ladner and Nilabh Roy present papers at the Annual Meeting of the American Society for Precision Engineering in Charlotte, NC. A big congradulations to Martin Ward for winning the Best Poster Award and to the NDML Student Compeitition team for taking home 1'st Place!
Ph.D Candidate Nilabh Roy presents on the Addidtive Manufactureing of Integrated Circuit Interconnect Structures at the ASME Technical Conference on Packaging and Integration of Electronic and Photonic Microsystems in San Francisco, CA.
NDML Graduate Students Nilabh Roy, Anil Yiksel, and Georgina Dubia present on aspects of Micro Selective Laser Sintering at the Solid Freeform Fabrication Symposium in Austin, TX
The NDML welcomes new M.S./Ph.D. Student David Cayll!
Anil Yuksel presents on behalf of the NDML on Thermal Energy Transport in 3D Nanoparticles at the ASME Summer Heat Transfer Conference at Bellevue, WA.
Ph.D Candidates Joon Cho and Anil Yuksel, and Dr. Cullinan present papers on Micro Selective Laser Sintering and Tip-based Nanometrology at the ASME Manufacturing Science and Engineering Conference in Los Angeles.
Congratulations to NDML M.S./Ph.D student Liam G. Connolly for recieving a 2017 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.
Ph.D Candidates Tsung-Fu Yao and Nilabh Roy present a paper and a poster, and Undergraduate Research Assistant Andrew Duenner presents a poster at the 2016 Annual Meeting of the American Society for Precision Engineering.
NDML Graduate Students Anil Yuskel, Dan Moser, and Nilabh Roy present papers on various aspects of the Micro-scale Selective Laser Sintering process at the Interational Solid Freeform Fabrication Symposium in Austin, TX.
The NDML welcomes new M.S. and Ph.D Students Dipankar Behera, Georgina Dubia, Cheng Zhao, Liam G. Connolly, and Martin Ward!
Ph.D Candidates Tsung-Fu Yao, Joon Cho, and Nilabh Roy present papers on behalf of the NDML at the ASME Manufacturing Science and Engineering Conference in Blacksburg, VA.
Ph.D Candidate Joon Cho presents a paper at the 60th International Conference on Electron, Ion, and Photon Beam Technolgy and Nanofabrication in Pittsburg, PA
NDML Students Ian Ladner, Guoao Sun, Tsung-Fu Yao, and Andrew Duenner present papers at the 30th Annual Meeting of the Society for Precision Engineering in Austin, Texas.
NDML students Ian Ladner, Nilabh Roy, Tsung-Fu Yao, and Andrew Duenner win student competition at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Precision Engineering. Congratulations Team!
NDML Students Nilabh Roy and Anil Yuskel present their work on microscale selective laser sintering at the Solid Freeform Fabrication Symposium in Austin, Texas.
Dr. Cullinan presents NDML's work on precision multi-axis MEMS force sensors at Transducers 2015.
New undergraduate student Andrew Duenner joins the NDML. Welcome Andrew.
New graduate student Anil Yuskel joins the Nanoscale Design and Manufacturing Laboratory. Welcome Anil.
NDML member Ian Ladner presents his work on precision MEMS force sensors at the 29th Annual Meeting of the Society of Precision Engineering in Boston, MA.
Tsung-Fu Yao, Guoao Sun, Joon Hyong Cho, and Nilabh Roy join the NDML. Welcome to the new members.
Dr. Cullinan presents the work on the carbon nanotube printing system developed by the NDML at the 2014 Hilton Head Workshop on Solid State Sensors, Actuators, and Microsystems.
The Nanoscale Design and Manufacturing Laboratory hosts visit by Chris Spadaccini from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.
Ian Ladner joins the Nanoscale Design and Manufacturing Laboratory.
Dr. Cullinan attends Army Research Office workshop on Issues and Challenges in Nanomanufacturing, Additive Manufacturing, and Advanced Manufacturing.
Dr. Cullinan joins the University of Texas at Austin as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering.