Former SURF Participant Receives Journal of Materials Research Paper of the Year Award
Congratulations to Andrew Gayle, a 2015 and 2016 SURF participant and his mentor Dr. Robert Cooks who were recently notified that their paper, Mapping viscoelastic and plastic properties of polymers and polymer-nanotube composites using instrumented indentation, published in JMR 31(15), has been chosen as the 2016 JMR Paper of the Year. The JMR Paper of the Year Award recognizes excellence in advancing materials knowledge through written scholarship. As a part of the award, the paper will be made freely accessible in perpetuity on the JMR publication site on Cambridge Core. Dr. Cooks and Mr. Gayle will formally be presented with the award at the 2017 MRS Spring Meeting in Phoenix on April 18th.
SURF Colloquium Schedule
Benefits of Participating In SURF
Interested in learning the benefits of participating in SURF Program? Read the latest blog post about the SURF Program on the NIST Blog by clicking on the link below.
Have you order your 2015 SURF T-shirt?
Each summer, SURF participants leave behind a legacy at NIST in the form of a SURF designed t-shirt. This summer's SURF cohort produced 2 designs based on a blueprint and surfer theme. Available in short sleeve ($10), long sleeve ($14), or hoodie styles ($20), the SURF t-shirt committee will be accepting orders in the NIST main cafeteria starting July 22, 2015 during the hours of 11:30 AM to 2:00 PM. Please bring your completed order form and payment (sorry, cash only) at the time of purchase. All orders must be received no later than July 28, 2015. Don't miss out on the opportunity to own your piece of NISTORY!
SURF Students in the News
Five NIST Scientists win American
Physical Society Award (APS). Among the awardees are
Gretchen Ward, a former SURF student and John Unguris, SURF Director for NIST's
Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology (CNST).
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