Naraghi and Hartl’s groups started a joint effort to design drones that can get energy from the environment, Project is funded by Army Research Lab
Recycling Carbon Fibers from Thermoset – based composites
Drs. Green (Chemical Engineering) and Naraghi, from TAMU, together with Dr. Vashisth (University of Washington) are being funded to explore new approaches for energy efficient recovery of Carbon Fibers from Thermosets. More details to follow, stay tuned.
Tanaya is now officially a part of the Wi3DP Next Gen Mentorship Program
In the next Wi3DP Next Gen Mentorship Program, She will be able to:
- Connect with 3D Printing professionals
- Engage with fellow 3D Printing enthusiasts
- Learn from industry experts on emerging 3D Printing technology
- Achieve personal growth by improving your communication and networking skills
- Be part of a global community advancing women and minorities
- Learn about prospective career paths and employment opportunities
Dr. Naraghi gave an invited talk to students and faculty in University of Iowa, Department of Mechanical Engineering
Dr. Naraghi gave an invited talk to the students and faculty in University of Iowa, Department of Mechanical engineering. This was part of the graduate seminars. The title of the presentation is shown below. Thanks to Sevketcan (my PhD student) for all his hard work, and also thanks to Dr. Lamuta (Iowa) for inviting Dr. Naraghi.
Our Tanaya Mandal is one of the proud winners of SAMPE Student International Leadership Experience
Our Ms. Tanaya Mandal is one of the SAMPE Seattle 2020 winners, thanks to Dr. Creasy for mentoring Tanaya. Link is here
Our Aggie Challenge team presented their poster on the application of nanofibers to water purification systems
(Friday 04/20/2018) Dr. Naraghi gave an invited talk about the Mechanics of Porous Carbon Nanofibers in Texas A&M University, Polymer Technology Industrial Consortium (PTIC) . The talk was well received by the audience from Academia and Industry.
Dr. Naraghi gave an invited talk about the Mechanics of Multifunctional Carbon Nanofibers in University of Wyoming. Dr. Ray Fertig was the host. The talk was received by students and faculty from Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science.