CEMS graduate student Eeshani Godbole wins Graduate Excellence in Materials Science (GEMS) Award

Eeshani Godbole, a 5th year chemical engineering PhD candidate advised
by CEMS Assistant Professor David Poerschke has won the Graduate
Excellence in Materials Science (GEMS) Diamond Award from the Basic
Science Division of the American Ceramic Society (ACerS). She was
selected as a finalist for the award based on her record of academic
and research accomplishments, and was selected as one of three diamond
award winners based on her presentation "High Temperature Stability
and Decomposition of Mixed Oxide and Sulfate CMFAS-type Deposits and
Implications for Coating Degradation" given at the Materials Science
and Technology (MS&T) conference in Columbus, OH in October 2021.