CAVS Researcher Wins TMS Fundamental Research Award
October 21, 2013
CAVS researcher, Bin Li, was recently notified that he is a recipient of the 2013 TMS Light Metals Magnesium Best Paper – Fundamental Research Award. This award recognizes the individual excellence of a paper in the area of application of science in solving a practical problem, published in the preceding year's volume of Magnesium Technology. His paper "Twin Boundary Migration Creating Zero Shear Strain: In-Situ TEM Observations and Atomistic Simulations" was the award winning paper.
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