March 2012 the Boeing 787 Dreamliner was on view at Logan Airport in Boston. Akira Kudo was lucky enough to get in an take a couple of photos.
Prof. Hai Duong from National University of Singapore returns to visit his old group during American Physical Society Meeting in Boston, February 2012.
NECSTLab undergraduate researcher, Henna Jethani, interned at NASA Kennedy Space Center during the month of January. In this picture, she and seven other MIT Aero/Astro students are standing in front of launch pad 39A-from where the shuttles used to be launched .
Congratulations to the new members of the Graduate Association of Aeronautics and Astronautics exec team on their election to office including our own NECSTLab member Richard Li as Co-President.
Science magazine has sponsored an international competition to see which scientists can best explain their graduate work through interpretive dance. Here's one entry from our own Stephen Steiner.
Carbon nanotubes are remarkable nanostructured fibers with diameters only a few times larger than atoms themselves. Nanotubes are known for having the highest strength-to-weight ratio of any known material, excellent electrical and thermal conductivities, and many other amazing properties. Thanks to their ultrasmall diameters and incredible strength properties, nanotubes can be used to make composites such as fiberglass and carbon fiber stronger and tougher by reinforcing the microscopic interstitial expanses of epoxy in these materials where cracks can form and propagate...
Summer evening BBQ at Prof. Wardle's house .Pictured are Sally Chapman, AkiraKudo, Silvia Chan (MPC/CMSE Intern), Roberto Guzman de Villoria, Soraya Kalamoun, Marcel Williams, Stevie Steiner, Prof. Brian Wardle,Rich Li, Prof. John Dugundji, Namiko Yamamoto, John Kane.
Celebrating Namiko Yamamoto's newly minted Phd.
Prof. Sumio Iijima visited MIT in March of 2010 and we were fortunate to spend some time discussing the future of nano-carbon materials with him. Pictured are Woo Sik Kim, Roberto Guzman de Villoria, Namiko Yamamoto, Brian Wardle, Stephen Steiner, and Ju Whan Kim.