This award will leverage relationships with France, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom and Japan. The U.S collaborators will bring expertise in in the area of structure and thermo-chemo-mechanical property characterization of glass ceramics and the international partners offer expertise in the area of non-oxide fibers. This collaboration will generate a diverse and engaged U.S. science and engineering workforce in precursor-derived ceramic fibers. Singh explained "The project’s aim is to encourage and increase student opportunities for learning abroad."
To read more about this award, go to K-State News: Advanced materials manufacturing and international study opportunities focus of new NSF gran Monday, Sept. 25, 2017