Albert Manero wins Fulbright Fellowship to conduct doctoral research at DLR in Cologne, Germany
Remelisa spent the summer and fall semesters interning at Boeing St. Louis, where she worked with researchers to optimize the piezospectroscopic method for commericial viability. Her work is part of the NSF funded INTERN program, which allows her to perform research outside of the academic lab setting while acquiring professional development experience. Faculty mentor, Dr. Seetha Raghavan, paid a visit to the site and met the researchers there. Thanks goes to Remelisa’s manager, Samuel Tucker, for his guidance, as well as Boeing collaborators, Hong Tat and Joseph Schaefer, for their support on this project.