June 13, 2021 UMD Home FabLab AIMLab


Gottlieb Oehrlein - a professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) at the University of Maryland (UMD) - has been selected to receive two awards this week:

  • The John Thornton Memorial Award, bestowed by the American Vacuum Society, for his ground-breaking research on atomic layer etching of dielectric materials. First demonstrated in 2013, this research has had a significant world-wide impact, attracting researchers from key Japanese and Korean companies to spend sabbatical periods at UMD. Oehrlein has been invited to give a talk at the AVS 66th International Symposium awards ceremony on October 23rd in Columbus, Ohio.
  • The DPS [International Symposium on Dry Process] Nishizawa Award, which is presented to individuals who make outstanding contributions to DPS, in addition to significant academic and technological achievements in the DPS field. Ohrlein will be honored at the 41st International Symposium on Dry Process to be held in Hiroshima, Japan, in November.  


April 17, 2019


«Previous Story  

 

 

Current Headlines

Postdoc Candidate Sought at Naval Research Laboratory

Eric Wachsman Elected President of Electrochemical Society

UMD, UMBC, ARL Announce Cooperative Agreement to Accelerate AI, Autonomy in Complex Environments

Liangbing Hu Named 2021/2022 Distinguished Scholar-Teacher

'Fluorinated interphase' bolsters water-based zinc battery chemistry

Engineering at Maryland magazine celebrates 40 Years of the Center for Minorities in Science and Engineering

Engineering Undergrads Recognized for Excellence

Eric Marksz Awarded Charles A. Caramello Distinguished Thesis Award

Building Energy Innovation in Maryland

A Paradigm Shift in Nanochannel Research

 

Colleges A. James Clark School of Engineering
The College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences

Communicate Join Email List
Contact Us
Follow us on TwitterTwitter logo

Links Privacy Policy
Sitemap
RSS

Copyright The University of Maryland University of Maryland
2004-2021