Neil Taylor presents his research at the ETI Annual Workshop, 2019
Neil Taylor, a PhD candidate of NARS, presented his research in the annual workshop of the Consortium for Enabling Technologies and Innovation (ETI) at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Results from his research on the fabrication of radiation sensors based on 3-D printed metal contacts were presented.
The workshop was held at the Georgia Tech Research Institute Conference Center during November 5-6. Attendees from 12 universities and 10 national labs presented on their research and capabilities. This workshop promoted collaboration between the national labs and universities and presented opportunities for students to intern and work with the national labs. Neil's work on "Aerosol Jet Deposition of Metal Contacts on 4H-SiC for Radiation and Temperature Measurement" is a collaboration between OSU and the Oak Ridge National Lab.