Meagan Elinski

Education:
2018, PhD Chemistry, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX
2013, BS Chemistry, Hope College, Holland, MI

PhD Dissertation Title:
Tailoring Surface Forces to Control the Frictional Properties of Graphene

PhD Thesis Advisor:
James Batteas

Postdoc Research Topic:
Anti-wear (AW) Tribofilm Formation

Penn Department:
Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics

Penn Faculty Mentor:
Rob Carpick

 

 

 

RESEARCH HUB

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