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Directed more than 60 students (graduate and undergraduate) over the course of 6 years in industry related research projects.
Coached and trained students to learn basic of metallurgy, apply the learnings to the research and equipment operations.
Monitored research projects closely in order to ensure that all the aspects are met, technically and logically.
Developed research projects from scratch and helped team with major improvements in the research.
Boosted team productivity through diving the tasks among the students and team.
Manipulated equipment controls to reduce the steps in handling the sample characterization.
Formulated lab reports, proposal writing and technical papers for funding agencies and peer reviewed journals, respectively.
Development and Evaluation of CWR Joints (Ph.D.Works)
HSLA Steels Characterization (Master's Thesis)
Material Science and Engineering GPA: 4.0 Dissertation: Development and Evaluation of Continuous Welded Rail (CWR) Joints
Alabama EPSCoR, Graduate Reseach Scholars Program (GRSP), Round 8, 9 and 10 recipient (2013 - 2016).
Second place in 40 Annual Sigma-Xi/ 14 Annual HBCU-UP research symposium, March-2012.
Third place in 39 Annual Sigma-Xi/13 Annual HBCU-UP research symposium, Oct-2011.
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