IMR welcomes new program assistant Laurie Coyne

mhuson General, IMR Staff

The Institute for Materials Research (IMR) welcomes Laurie Coyne as its new program assistant. In the position, she will support the administrative operations of the institute and Nanotech West Laboratory on West Campus.   Coyne brings to the institute more than 17 years of administrative support experience. Prior to joining IMR, she worked as an office administrative assistant at the …

IMR welcomes new business operations manager

mhuson General, IMR Staff

The Institute for Materials Research (IMR) welcomes Greg Godic as its new business operations manager. In the position, he will act as the IMR business and chief financial officer interfacing with university Offices, Colleges, and Departments.   Greg brings to the institute more than a decade of professional experience working in financial positions in higher education. Prior to joining IMR, he worked as …

Nanotech West Lab’s Aimee Price elected to EIPBN steering committee

mhuson Facilities, Faculty Awards, General, IMR Staff, Innovation

Aimee Price, manager of nanofabrication at Nanotech West Laboratory, has been elected to the EIPBN (Electron, Ion, Photon Beam Technology and Nanofabrication) steering committee.   The EIPBN international conference is a leading symposium on lithography and nanofabrication. Commonly referred to as “3-beams,” the conference gathers scientists and engineers from academia, government laboratories and industry to discuss electron, ion and photon …

Ohio State News: Glenn Daehn honored for technology commercialization

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Glenn Daehn, the Mars G. Fontana Professor of Metallurgical Engineering at The Ohio State University, has dedicated much of his professional life to impulse manufacturing, a technology that allows new ways of shaping, cutting, joining, and processing materials. He’s also been active in turning his research into commercial products. Daehn’s startup company Applied Impulse, Inc., has licensed seven technologies from Ohio State …