The Office of Distance Education and eLearning highlighted the Ohio Manufacturing Institute’s Manufacturing Now podcast series for International Podcast Day.
The podcast series regularly pushes the ongoing and integral conversation about the future of manufacturing and new technologies to center stage.
Podcast host Kathryn Kelley, executive director of the Ohio Manufacturing Institute, recently sat down with Bronson Jones, president and CEO of Banner Metals Group, a Columbus-based group that provides manufacturing and engineering services to industries ranging from aerospace and automotive to medical, building and industrial.
The Institute for Materials Research is thrilled to announce Robert J. Cava, Russell Wellman Moore Professor of Chemistry at Princeton University, will present at the upcoming installment of its Distinguished Lecture Series.
Cava’s lecture, “Superconductivity: Where we are and where we are going,” will be held Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2018, at 1 p.m. at 1080 Physics Research Building (Smith Seminar Room).
All students and faculty are welcome to attend. Attendees are invited to join us for refreshments and appetizers following the talk.
The Ohio State University awarded Steven Ringel, a faculty member in Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), the permanent title of Distinguished University Professor in appreciation of his teaching, research and service at the university.
Ohio State Board of Trustees conferred the appointment during its Aug. 31 meeting, bestowing Ringel the university’s highest honor given to faculty members.
“It is really such an honor to receive this recognition,” Ringel said. “I am, indeed, humbled.”
Ringel serves as professor and Neal A. Smith Chair in Electrical Engineering in the College of Engineering, Associate Vice President for Research, and Executive Director of the Institute for Materials Research (IMR).
Morley Stone, the new senior vice president for research at The Ohio State University, continued his weekly rounds of introductions to the land-grant university’s varied academic spaces Aug. 16 with a tour of the Nanotech West Laboratory.
Stone joined the Office of Research leadership team this month after serving as chief technology officer at the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base (WPAFB) in Dayton, Ohio.
Stone now serves an integral role in the advancement of the university’s research enterprise, overseeing strategic planning and infrastructure support for Ohio State’s $864 million annual basic and applied research program.
“Throughout his career, Dr. Stone has built strong, strategic collaborations with academia, industry and government organizations, including Ohio State,” President Michael V. Drake said with the announcement Stone was selected for the position. “We look forward to our continued work together to uplift lives in our communities through outstanding research.”
Stone toured Nanotech West on Kinnear Road as part of his office’s ongoing #ResearchFriday tours.
“I consider these visits near the top of my priority list,” Stone said. “I have to know our PIs and their work on a personal level, so that I can best represent the ground-breaking work that they perform.”
For the first time, two faculty in the College of Engineering at The Ohio State University received the Harrison Faculty Award for Excellence in Engineering Education.
The winners, Associate Professor Siddharth Rajan and Professor Roberto Myers, are both faculty in electrical and computer engineering (ECE) and material science engineering (MSE) within the Institute for Materials Research at Ohio State.
Established in 1982, this is the first time the annual Harrison Award was presented to two recipients. Winners are faculty members in engineering or architecture, making a positive impact on society, and showing excellence in aspects of teaching, fundamental or applied research.
Research by Myers and Rajan is becoming increasingly acknowledged for their focus on finding next-generation energy sources at the nanoscale.