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INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH PROGRAM

Funded by the National Science Foundation International Research Experience for Students (IRES) program MSE offers research opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students in the expanding field of self-healing materials. Annually six students will spend ten weeks at the Delft University of Technology (TU-Delft) in the Netherlands performing collaborative experimental and computational research on self-healing metallic, ceramic, polymeric, and composite materials. The overall goal of the program is to provide students with a global research experience and awareness of how new generations of ‘smart’ materials may lead to technological advances and impact the environment as well as societal needs.

For more information visit: https://www.clemson.edu/cecas/departments/mse/ires/index.html

To apply visit: https://www.clemson.edu/cecas/departments/mse/ires/apply.html

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‘Unsung heroes’ win awards from the College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences

Tuesday November 30, 2021

The “unsung heroes of CECAS” are unsung no more. Five staff members in Clemson University’s College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences received awards during a Nov. 30 ceremony at the Madren Conference Center attended by friends and colleagues. Awards […]

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Arabella Hunter finds inspiration in the lab–and on her horse

Monday November 29, 2021

The materials science and engineering major is studying the effectiveness of hydrogels as a medium for intra-articular joint injections to treat osteoarthritis in the knees. She became interested in part because Rebel, who is 13, is starting to have some joint problems.

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Five alumni receive high honors from the College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences

Friday October 22, 2021

Some of Clemson University’s top alumni gathered Oct. 21 for a rooftop reception to welcome three new members into the Thomas Green Clemson Academy of Engineers and Scientists and to celebrate two Outstanding Young Alumni. Membership in the academy is […]

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Ten faculty members bring home early-career awards to College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences

Tuesday October 12, 2021

Ten faculty members in the College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences are starting the new academic year with a fresh infusion of research dollars after winning some of the nation’s most prestigious awards for junior faculty members. Nine have […]

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Upgrading to Industry 4.0

Monday October 04, 2021

Clemson is leading a statewide group that will help manufacturers modernize machinery and develop a workforce to operate it as part of a project that researchers said could boost S.C.'s economy.

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Foulger sees Fulbright award as an opportunity to strengthen U.S. ties to Europe

Wednesday July 07, 2021

Stephen Foulger of Clemson University is headed to the Czech Republic to conduct artificial-intelligence research and help strengthen U.S. ties to the Central European nation, an opportunity made possible by a grant he is receiving from the Fulbright Foreign Scholarship […]

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Freezing atoms seen as ‘cool’ way to advance quantum computing

Wednesday June 16, 2021

Two Ph.D. students watched Kai He slip on blue, protective gloves and pour liquid nitrogen into a barrel-shaped vessel, causing chilled vapor to billow over the top and spread across the table like a fog. He, an assistant professor of […]

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