University of Tennessee
Department of Materials Science & Engineering
  Science as Art Exhibit
Fall Semester, 2022
The local student chapter of Materials Research Society (MRS) in the Materials Science and Engineering Department at the University of Tennessee hosted a "Science As Art" event. They invited undergraduate and graduate students from STEM departments to contribute artistic presentations of their science. Eight of these works were exhibited in Hodges Library over the fall semester, 2022. Seventeen works created by MSE students are showcased below. (Click on the poster to see a higher resolution version.)

Abstract laths - Emily Proehl

A Floral Arrangement... - Michael Broud

As Above, So Below - Cole Franz

Crystal Island Amidst a Molten Ceramic Sea - Rebecca Lalk et al.

Drive-Thru Chicken Nuggets - Sreya Paladugu

Giant's Footprints - Xin Wang

Glowing Garnet Crystals - Matheus Pianassola

Ni-Ce-Al HT800C 192H - Syeda Bushra Haider

Discovery of Enhanced Ductility of Novel Medium Entropy Alliy CoNiV - Hugh Shortt

Particle Park - Raymond Wysmierski

Pixels of Light - Kim Pestovich

Poplar Perspective - Jakob Scroggins

Rice Field on Nanoterraces - Bogdan Dryzhakov

Sedimentary Data Storage - Matthew Flynn-Hepford

Selective Deposition of PtCx Ice Cream Cones - John Lasseter et al.

The Final Pull - Jack William Carpenter

TRIPping on Martensite - Joshua Cicotte

Special thanks to the MSE graduate students who organized this event: Matthew Cothrine, Bogdan Dryzhakov, Cole Franz, Rebecca Lalk, Sreya Paladugu & Kim Pestovich.

More photos on the Keffer research group site.