Olivia Graeve, associate professor of materials science and engineering in the Kazuo Inamori School of Engineering at Alfred University, has been selected to receive the Karl Schwartzwalder Professional Achievement in Ceramic Engineering Award at the Materials Science & Technology Conference in Houston, Texas.
Graeve earned a bachelor’s of science degree in structural engineering from the University of California-San Diego and a doctorate in materials science engineering from the University of California-Davis. Her current research focuses on the design and fundamental understanding of new synthesis and sintering processes that have the potential for delivering nanostructured materials. These materials can be used in a variety of engineering applications, including both structured and functional.
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