The Kettering University Physics Department recognized standout students from both A-section and B-section at awards ceremonies this year.
"These attributes are precisely what makes him an excellent student and researcher."
Dr. Prem Vaishnava’s research focuses on using magnetic nanoparticles for cancer treatment and will be aided by the X-Ray Diffractometer.
Kettering has first ABET-accredited Applied Physics program in the world.
Dr. Uma Ramabadran joined Kettering University after working several years for Wright Patterson Airforce Base. She performs research on characterizing semiconductor and optical materials using techniques such as optical microscopy and various types of laser spectroscopy including Raman spectroscopy and Photoluminescence. Other areas in which she has worked include nonlinear optics and crystal growth.