Thevamaran Lab wins the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s 2018 Fall Competition that will support our research on high-strain-rate deformation of nanostructured materials for a year.
Our lab research on nanostructured metals is featured in the September issue of the New Scientist–World’s most popular weekly science and technology magazine that is published from UK since 1956.
Professor Thevamaran presents a technical seminar on the gradient microstructures for synergistic improvement of mechanical properties of metals at the Laboratoire de Mecanique des Solides – CNRS – Ecole Polytechnique, France on the Oct 4, 2018. …
We had a research lab party by the lake Mendota–catching gorgeous sunset before it becomes cold in winter.
Welcome to Yanghao Fang and Normarieli Passalacqua-Alvarado who are joining Thevamaran Lab as PhD students in Fall 2018. They will be pursuing Master’s and PhD in Materials Science and Engineering.
Dr. Jizhe Cai joins Thevamaran Lab as a postdoctoral research associate. He has obtained his PhD in Aerospace Engineering from the Texas A&M University and MEng and BEng in Materials Science and Engineering from the …
Claire Griesbach, a Master’s Student in Engineering Mechanics joins Thevamaran Lab. She will be studying the mechanical properties of gradient-nano-grained metals. Welcome, Claire.
Professor Thevamaran co-organizes an Engineering and Physical Sciences symposium on ‘Controlling mechanical waves with metamaterials’ at the 55th Annual Technical Meeting of the Society of Engineering Science to be held in Madrid, Spain from October 10-12, 2018. …
Thevamaran Lab welcomes David Murgado, a Master’s student in Engineering Mechanics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. David will be studying the dynamic properties of VACNT foams.
Professor Thevamaran’s research wins a grant through the University of Wisconsin-Madison 2017 Fall Competition. The grant will financially support a graduate student for one year of research.