Sutter chosen co-chair of 2017 MRS Spring Meeting

Sutter chosen co-chair of 2017 MRS Spring Meeting

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Eli Sutter, professor of mechanical and materials engineering.
Eli Sutter, professor of mechanical and materials engineering.
Eli Sutter, professor of mechanical and materials engineering, has been chosen as co-chair of the Materials Research Society’s 2017 Spring Meeting.

MRS is one of the world’s largest materials societies and its Spring Meeting is one of the premier conferences in the field, with more than 60 symposia.

Sutter joined the University of Nebraska-Lincoln faculty in June 2015 after nearly 12 years as a scientist in the Center for Functional Nanomaterials at the Brookhaven National Laboratory. Her research focuses on in-situ transmission electron microscopy of nanomaterials at variable temperatures and in different environments. She has co-authored more than 160 scientific publications and holds seven U.S. patents.

Sutter has received a Scientific American 50 award for ultra-measurements (2007), the Sapphire Prize (2011) and Battelle Inventor of the Year Award (2015). She served as a co-chair of the International Conference on Nanoscience and Technology in 2014.