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Chris AmaroJishnu Bhattacharyya

Education:
B.Tech. Metallurgical Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Durgapur, 2009
M.Tech. Metallurgical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, 2011

Brief Bio:
Jishnu hails from India where he started in on his mastery of the dark arts of Material Science. He came to the States to study relaxation mechanisms under the guidance of Prof. Agnew. Outside of his studies, Jishnu searches for the perfect picture, steak or movie.

E-mail:
jjb4cp@virginia.edu

Chris CalhounChris Calhoun

Education:
B.S. Engineering Science and Mechanics, Virginia Tech, 2009
M.S. Aerospace Engineering, Texas A&M University, 2011

Brief Bio:
Chris started his pursuit of a PhD under the tutelage of Prof. Agnew in January 2012. He spends most of his time pondering and modeling the complexities of slip in low symmetry polycrystals. Outside of his academic endeavors, Chris pursues nice mountain views with his dog Otis, and rocks to climb.

E-mail:
cac2cz@virginia.edu

Md Shamsujjoha Chris Amaro

Education:
M.S. Materials Science and Engineering, South Dakota School of Mines 2012
B.S. Materials and Metallurgical Engineering, Bangladesh Univ. of Eng. and Tech.

Brief Bio:
Shams came to Mr. Jefferson's University to study surface characterisation and laser modification of steels. In particular, Shams like to run fatigue tests. Outside of his academic pursuits, he spends his time watching sports and high quality flicks. He rotates between watching Barca, Tennis, and Cricket.

E-mail:
ms6pb@virginia.edu

Fulin Wang Fulin Wang

Education:
B.S. Materials Science and Engineering, University of Science and Technology Beijing, 2010
M.S. Metallurgical Engineering, RWTH-Aachen, 2013

Brief Bio:
Fulin came to the UVa to learn the dark arts of TEM, and to further his knowledge of Magnesium alloys. Outside of his scholarly pursuits, Fulin enjoys playing soccer.

E-mail:
fw8yc@virginia.edu

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