Best Oral Presentation Winners - CenTire IAB Meeting Fall 2015
Nicole Swanson of the Department of Polymer Science and Prasad Raut of the Department of Polymer Engineering jointly received first place for the best oral presentation at the Fall 2015 CenTire Industry Advisory Board Meeting recently held in Akron.
Their research is on “Surface Engineering Approach for Enhanced Filler Dispersion and Hysteresis Reduction in Rubber Compounds.” Both doctoral students, Nicole is working with Dr. Coleen Pugh and Prasad with Dr. Sadhan Jana.
Congratulations Nicole and Prasad!
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