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This page aims to provide a location where we can celebrate the achievements of our lab and the people who work here. If you would like to visit our facilities please use the contact navigation to find Dr. Greenslet’s information.

  • Congratulations to Dr. Shuhei Kodama for winning the 2021 JSPE Numata Memorial Paper Award! Dr. Kodama visited Dr. Greenslet’s (Dr. Yamaguchi’s) laboratory at UF in 2017 to perform collaborative research work. At the time, he was a PhD student at the Tohoku University in Japan. The work performed at UF provided the foundation for the awarded paper.

    JSPE is the Japan Society of Precision Engineering, and details can be found at the following website:  https://www.jspe.or.jp/activity/awards/ This is one of the most prestigious awards given by JSPE. Recently, only two papers have been selected for this award per year.

  • Congratulations to Dylan Pinard for winning the first-place award of $500 in the Graduate Student Diversity Research Day 2021 Presentation Contest in the engineering category! His presentation was on Magnetic Field Assisted Single-Point Incremental Forming. Graduate Student Diversity Research Day is an annual event featuring research poster presentations from graduate students in all disciplines.
  • Congratulations to Kristina for being selected as a Fernandez Family Scholar in recognition of excellent progress and interest in research and graduate studies. Fernandez Scholars are provided research stipends and opportunities to develop their communication and research skills.
  • Congrats to Julian Long for winning first place award of $300 for his presentation on Sub-Nanometer Scale Surface Finishing of Fused Silica Laser Optics at the NanoFlorida 2020 Conference in the Materials, Devices, and Enabling Technologies poster session.
  • Congratulations to Mikayla Lamb for receiving the Anderson Scholar award with distinction in Fall 2019. The Anderson Scholar award is given to those UF students who demonstrate remarkable academic achievement in their first two years of enrollment.