Dr. Robert Mayanovic, department head of physics, astronomy and materials science, recently participated in the Materials Science & Technology (MS&T) 2020 Conference.
The conference took place virtually Nov. 2-6.
Mayanovic presented a talk titled “Investigations of materials under extreme hydrothermal conditions using synchrotron and complementary techniques” at the event.
“In the presentation, I shared results from experiments that could apply to conserving energy,” Mayanovic said. “They could also support providing ceramics with the ability to resist corrosion.”
MS&T fosters technical innovation in the fields of materials science and engineering.
It unites scientists, students and engineers in discussions about research and technical applications.
“The conference allows researchers like myself to exchange ideas,” Mayanovic said. “It also introduces us to new developments in materials science and technology.”