Materials Ph.D. student awarded the Agnew National Security Fellowship

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Tom Nizolek, a Materials Ph.D. student, was awarded the Agnew National Security Fellowship and will be be joining the Materials in Dynamic and Radiation Extremes Group (MST-8) at Los Alamos National Lab (LANL).

The Agnew fellowship sponsors a postdoctoral researcher pursuing "cutting-edge experimental, theoretical, computational science, and engineering research aligned with the national security mission" and is named in honor of the third director of LANL, Harold Agnew.  This fellowship is open to researchers studying a wide variety of topics, ranging from hydrodynamics and computational astrophysics to radiography and shock physics.  Tom will be working with Dr. Ellen Cerreta in the areas of advanced manufacturing and the dynamic properties of structural metals.

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