In a DOE award, the Krause lab is working with Michael Tonks (UF, MSE), Joel Harley (UF, ECE), and Michael Kesler (Oak Ridge National Lab) to predict abnormal grain growth in alumina using big data techniques. Read more about the… Read More
Amanda Krause, Ed Stanley (Florida Musuem of Natural History) and Amelia Dempere (Director of UF’s RSC) win NSF MRI award to bring a Zeiss Xradia 620 Versa with phase contrast and LabDCT (labratory-based diffraction contrast tomography) to UF. This expands… Read More
Molly Kole was selected by the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering to participate in the University Scholars Program. She will conduct undergraduate research in our lab and receive a $1,750 award. Read more about the program here. Her research is… Read More
Bryan Conry was awarded for his proposal on “The Effect of Texturing by Applied Magnetic Field on the Microstructure of Al2O3.” The award includes financial support for 3 years. Congratulations to Bryan for winning this prestigious fellowship!
Our group creates and studies structural ceramics for high temperature and extreme environments – but with a twist! We want to engineer grain boundaries and and other interfaces to have superior properties.
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