Ph.D. Student Joshua Young Places in Sigma Xi Student Research Showcase

Published on Friday April 19, 2013

Ph.D. student Joshua Young (advisor: James Rondinelli) won 3rd place in the Graduate Chemistry/Biochemistry Division of the Sigma Xi Student Research Showcase for his work "Atomic Scale Structural Design Strategies for Artificial Polar Oxides." Sigma Xi is a scientific research society founded in 1886 to honor excellence in scientific investigation and foster research cooperation among all fields of science and engineering. The Sigma Xi Student Research Showcase is a virtual research presentation competition open to graduate, undergraduate and advanced high school students. Joshua’s presentation is available for viewing online.

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