Magnetic symmetry is not just like looking in a mirror Opens in new window
Vincent Sokalski and Michael Kitcher have uncovered the quantitative explanation for magnetic symmetry breaking during domain wall motion, a contribution to the fundamental physics of technology needed to build faster computers.
Refuting a 70-year approach to predicting material microstructure Opens in new window
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have developed a new microscopy technique that maps material microstructure in three dimensions; results demonstrate that the conventional method for predicting materials’ properties under high temperature is ineffective.
Building friendships and future success Opens in new window
Materials science and engineering and biomedical engineering major Jared Cohen found that making time for friends and taking on leadership roles in student organizations has contributed to both the fun and success he is having at Carnegie Mellon.