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Episode 7 | Meet our Faculty | Greg Walker

Sep. 12, 2023—Learn more about Dr. Greg Walker and his group. The Walker group uses advanced physical models to understand the behavior of nanostructured materials from atoms to devices for tuning and optimizing the performance of energy and sustainability technologies. Watch on YouTube | Hear more from Greg Walker  

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IMS Student Brad Baer receives ORNL fellowship

Jul. 19, 2021—Bradly Baer, a second year PhD student in the Interdisciplinary Materials Science Program, has been awarded an internship to work with Lucas Lindsay at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), which will propel his work into new areas. The ORNL Virtual Graduate Research Summer Internships (vGRSI) program allows graduate students access to facilities and personnel in collaborative research...

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Spotlight Podcast Episode 12: Matthew Gerboth – Heat moves through materials at the nanoscale

Jul. 21, 2020—Episode 12 of the VINSE Spotlight Podcast Alice Leach talks with Matthew Gerboth about how heat moves through materials at the nanoscale. Matt’s paper ” Effects of acoustic softening on thermal conductivity beyond group velocity” was published in Journal of Applied Physics.  Matthew is a graduate student in Interdisciplinary Materials Science working under the direction of...

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Vanderbilt Summer Science Academy in Nanoscience is Underway

Jun. 26, 2017—Week 2 of the Vanderbilt Summer Academy (VSA) program in Nanoscience is underway. VSA is a residential, two week session in nanoscience and nanotechnology for 15 gifted high school students who have expressed an interest in nanoscience and nanotechnology.  The program is part lecture, part hands-on, and in addition to nanoscience experiments (e.g. nanocrystal synthesis)...

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Greg Walker named ASME Fellow

Aug. 17, 2016—Greg Walker, associate professor of mechanical engineering, has been selected to be a fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers for “exceptional engineering achievements and contributions to the engineering profession.” Walker is one of approximately 3,000 fellows chosen from among more than 130,000 ASME members. Associate Professor Greg Walker Cited by the ASME, Walker’s...

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