Carnegie Mellon University
October 27, 2020

Li and Pandey take 1st place in TMS Best Poster Competition

The TMS (The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society) has awarded first-place* to MSE PhD candidate Nisrit Pandey and recent PhD graduate Maxwell Li (2019) for their poster, Observation of Topological Defects in Synthetic Antiferromagnets with Inverted Dzyaloshinskii-moriya Interaction.

Pandey and Li, along with their advisors, Profs. Marc De Graef and Vincent Sokalski, had been formally presented with the award at the Materials Characterization Committee meeting in Orland, Florida during the TMS Annual Meeting in March 2020.

*This award recognizes scientific posters presented during the symposia on characterization of minerals, metals, and materials at the 2020 TMS Annual Meeting