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ME Graduate Students Awarded

ME Graduate Students Awarded

Mechanical Engineering Ph.D. candidate Mohammad Pour-gol-mohamad recently won the American Society of Mechanical Engineersers (ASME) Nuclear Engineering Division (NED) student paper competition. His awarded paper, entitled “Modified Phenomena Identification and Ranking Table (PIRT) for Uncertainty Analysis” was presented at the ICONE 14 – International Conference on Nuclear Engineering this July in Miami, along with a second paper, "Treatment of Uncertainties: Output Updating in Complex Thermal-Hydraulics (TH) Computational Codes". Pour-gol-mohamad is co-advised by Professors Ali Mosleh and Mohammad Modarres.

ME Master of Science student Emil Rahim was invited to the Fourth International Conference on Nanochannels, Microchannels, and Minichannels to present his research, entitled "The Future of Nanoscale and Microscale Research from My Perspective” this June in Limerick, Ireland. His expenses were covered by a grant from the National Science Foundation, at whose forum he will present his research at the Stokes Research Institute in Limerick. Rahim is advised by Chair and Distinguished University Professor Avram Bar-Cohen.

June 15, 2006


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