Starting in September of this year, I will be continuing my research studies as an NSF Graduate Research Fellow.
I was awarded the fellowship back in March, and the department of Materials Science and Engineering has published a news story highlighting the fellowship and my research:
Taillon Wins NSF Graduate Research Fellowship
Silicon carbide (SiC), Clark School Department of Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) graduate student Joshua Taillon explains, is a material that has “immense potential” to improve the efficiency and performance of electronic devices for high-power applications, including renewable energy, aerospace equipment, communications systems, and electric vehicles. Read more…