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ChE/MIE Professor Laura Lewis was awarded a patent for developing a method to create “Rare earth-free permanent magnetic material”.
ChE/MIE Professor Laura Lewis and ECE Professor Vincent Harris are working on alternatives to rare-earth metals which are used from everything from smartphones to guided missiles to reduce our reliance on China.
Prof. Laura H. Lewis Selected for the 2018 Mechanical Engineering Academy of Distinguished Alumni Honorees at UT – Austin
The University of Texas at Austin has selected ChE/MIE Professor Laura Lewis as one of the “2018 Mechanical Engineering Academy of Distinguished Alumni Honorees”.
Congratulations to the COE faculty and students that were honored at the 2018 Academic Honors Convocation.
ChE/MIE Professor Laura Lewis has been appointed the rank of University Distinguished Professor, the highest honor the university can bestow upon a faculty member.
ChE/MIE Professor Laura Lewis was one of the invited speakers during the Magnetism Winter School 2018.
Interdisciplinary PhD student Ian J McDonald of the Nanomagnetism Group, led by ChE/MIE Professor Laura H. Lewis, won the Judge’s Choice in the “Magnetism as Art” Showcase at the Annual Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials.
Chemical Engineering PhD candidate Brian Lejeune has been awarded DOE Office of Science Graduate Student Research (SCGSR) Fellowship. Brian is advised by Cabot Professor Laura Lewis holding joint appointments in ChE and MIE. The SCGSR Fellowship will enable him to continue his research on Composition-Lattice Interactions in Intermetallic Ferromagnetic Systems for a period of six months […]
ChE/MIE Professor Laura Lewis has won a Fulbright Award in Spain to advance her research in magnetic materials. Source: News @ Northeastern Laura Lewis, Cabot Professor in the College of Engineering at Northeastern, has received a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program grant for a research project in Spain that will advance her already expansive scholarship in […]
ChE & MIE Professor Laura Lewis was selected as an American Physical Society fellow.
ChE & MIE Professor Laura Lewis will give a plenary speech on “Multivariable tuning and optimization in selected magnetostructural systems” at the 7th International Conference on Magnetic Refrigeration at Room Temperature.
ChE & MIE Professor Laura Lewis was awarded a $200K NSF grant for "Sustainable Permanent Magnets For Advanced Applications".
ChE professor Laura Lewis and ECE professor Ali Abur are on a list of innovative cleantech inititatives that might be funded by the Breakthrough Energy Coalition led by Bill Gates.
Chemical Engineering Professor Laura Lewis’s research into creating new supermagnets to replace rare-earth magnets was featured by the Boston Globe. Lewis uses modern equipment to synthesise magnets that have the same properties as rare minerals, while China struggles to solve issues with control of mineral trade.
ChE Professor Laura Lewis is a recipient of the Northeastern Excellence in Research and Creative Activity Award which honors outstanding research of national and international significance. Dr. Lewis’ research focuses on electronic nanomaterials and magnetic materials.
ChE Professor Laura Lewis was featured by NewScientist for her research in creating a non-rare earth magnet that are increasing needed in green technologies. Each week New Scientist reaches a global audience of over 3 million intelligent, highly engaged readers through its print and digital channels.
ChE Professor Laura Lewis was featured by National Geographic for her work with ARPA-E in creating a rare- earth free magnet currently only found in meteorites.
The article written by ChE PhD graduate Brian Plouffe, Associate Professor Shashi Murthy & Professor Laura Lewis on "Thermomagnetic determination of Fe3O4 magnetic nanoparticle diameters for biomedical applications" was one of the top 25 articles of 2011!
ChE Professor Laura Lewis and ECE Professor Vince Harris have received a $3.5M DOE grant to create a rare-earth-free magnet as part of the Rare Earth Alternatives in Critical Technologies (REACT) Program.
PhD graduate Brian Plouffe was able to expand on the research interests of ChE Associate Professor Shashi Murthy and Professor Laura Lewis to create a miniaturized version of a magnet-activated cell sorting (MACS) device to detect cancer cells.
ChE Professor and Chair Laura Lewis has received an $155K NSF grant to use high-anisotropy L10 materials to create rare-earth-free permanent magnets materials.
ChE Chair Laura Lewis is leading a group developing environmentally friendly magnets that do not rely on the rare earth elements (REEs) that are currently required to create supermagnets for clean energy products.
Laura H Lewis, Cabot Professor and chair of Chemical Engineering, Vincent G. Harris, William Lincoln Smith Chair and director of the CM3IC, and research scientist Dr. C.N. Chinnasamy, will co-lead a joint Indo-US “Conference on New Directions and Novel Applications in Magnetism” at the Indian Institute of Technology-Bombay (IITB), March 1 – 4, 2009.