Professors Manthiram, Taleff, Ruoff inducted as Fellows of Academic Societies

Two Materials Science & Engineering faculty were recently inducted as Fellows to academic societies.

Professor Arumugam Manthiram was recently elected Fellow of the Electrochemical Society. This award was established in 1989 for individual contributions and leadership in the achievement of science and technology in the area of electrochemistry and solid-state sciences and current active participation in the affairs of the Electrochemical Society.

Professor Eric Taleff was recently inducted into the 2011 class of Fellows of the American Society for Metals. This award was given to Taleff for “significant contributions on hot deformation and superplasticity in light alloys, and abnormal grain growth in refractory metal.”

Professor Rod Ruoff was recently inducted into the 2011 class of Fellows of the American Physical Society. This award was given to Ruoff for “comprehensive contributions to the science and physics of fullerenes, nanotubes, and graphene, including novel methods of synthesis, detailed characterization, and measurement of physical properties.”

Professor Manthiram’s Research Page

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