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  • 2017-01-01

    Wang, Yiyu

    This micrograph (magnified √ó 500), taken by an optical microscope, shows multi-scaled crystalline grains at the interface between a martensitic weld metal (upper left) and a Grade 91 steel (bottom right). Weld metal solidified from the molten steel liquid and grew into coarse columnar crystals...

  • 2018-01-01

    Boucher, Nicole

    Sea ice is declining in the Arctic, resulting in the loss of valuable habitat that polar bears need to hunt seals. Polar bears feed on seals when the sea ice is formed and enter a fasting period after the sea ice breaks up in the summer. When sea ice breaks up earlier, bears may seek out other...

  • 2016-01-01

    Stockdale, Chris

    The Mountain Legacy Project, the largest repeat photography collection in the world, has more than 6,000 images repeated to date. Previously it was not possible to precisely measure how much and where this change had occurred using oblique angle photographs such as these.  I have developed a...

  • 2016-01-01

    Kahlon, Jagroop Gill

    My current research project focuses on transformation, efficacy and environmental biosafety of transgenic disease resistant peas. During course of my PhD here at UA, I spent a semester at University of Hannover, Germany as an exchange research student in winter 2013, learning how transgenic...

  • 2016-01-01

    Marino, Angela

    The motivation behind my research is my mother's Multiple Sclerosis; she has had this disease since 2009 which has affected her mental and physical state of being. Living with a person who has MS changes the way you perceive what it means to be present. They are never again perceived as they once...

  • 2016-01-01

    Traynor, Jane

    Kata, or fixed patterns, are an element of performance seemingly unique to the Japanese theatre tradition. To further investigate this phenomenon, I am tracing it back to what I believe is its genesis in medieval noh theatre. This is represented here by a ko-omote mask, of which both the inside...

  • 2016-01-01

    Green, Jonathan

    Green's research is focused on campsites and shelters, transitional spaces, and extreme landscapes. His interests lie in the idea of camping and survival in wilderness spaces. Temporal and semi permanent architecture of the campsite and shack act as transitional sites - as spaces between the...

  • 2016-01-01

    Wang, Yiyu

    This micrograph, taken by a scanning electron microscope, shows the fracture surface (magnified × 1000) of a failed pressure vessel component joint used in fossil fired power plants. It presents the history of this failure. Industrial incidents of the welded structure components can cause huge...

  • 2019-01-01

    Achal, Roshan

    As our lives become increasingly intertwined with technology, the amount of digital information created every day grows substantially. Massive data centres handle the current demand for storage; however, these buildings can have large footprints, requiring swaths of dedicated physical space. One...

  • 2019-01-01

    Gordaneer, Jeremy

    My intention, as an overall conceptual starting point, is inspired by an ongoing series of drawings I call “impossible set designs.” These drawings use scale, forced perspective, paradox, and weights and balances to create optical illusions that destabilize the spectator’s gaze. They are intended...

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