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Twenty presenters participated in the 17th annual Intelligent Systems Center (ISC) Graduate Research Symposium on April 28. The winners are:
• Jonathan Kelley, a master’s student in mechanical engineering, won first place. His paper is titled “Effect of Laser Beam Shape on Melt Pool Geometry in Powder-based Laser-directed Energy Deposition.”
• Tao Liu, a doctoral student in mechanical engineering, won second place. His paper is titled “In-Situ Powder Thermal Diffusivity Measurement in Laser Powder Bed Fusion through Lock-in Long-wave Infrared Thermography.”
• Tazdik Patwary Plateau, a doctoral student in mechanical engineering, won third place. His paper is titled “Multifunctional Carbon Nanofibers via Selective Laser Carbonization and Plasma Stabilization.”
The winners’ advisors are Dr. Frank Liou, the Michael and Joyce Bytnar Professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering; Dr. Ming Leu, the Keith and Pat Bailey Distinguished Professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering; and Dr. Jonghyun Park, associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering.
Each student will receive an award certificate signed by Dr. Frank Liou, ISC director, and Dr. Sajal Das, the Daniel St. Clair Endowed Chair Professor of computer science and symposium chair. In addition, winners received $1,000 for first place, $500 for second place, and $350 for third place.
Read more about the symposium on the ISC website.