The Center for Emergent Materials engages researchers from multiple disciplines to work in teams on scientific problems too complex for a single researcher to solve. The CEM, established in 2008, is located at The Ohio State University and funded by a National Science Foundation MRSEC award.
CEM Faculty Member Awarded OSU’s Distinguished Scholar Award
Nandini Trivedi, professor of physics and co-leader of CEM’s IRG-1, has been awarded The Ohio State University’s prestigious Distinguished Scholar Award. The Award annually honors six faculty members who demonstrate exceptional scholarly activity, research or creative work in their respective fields.
Professor Trivedi is an expert in quantum matter, specifically condensed matter physics and ultracold atoms. Her research in IRG-1 is based on investigating the novel phases and phenomena of spin-orbit coupling in correlated materials.
Professor Trivedi is also actively involved in CEM’s outreach activities. She is the founder and program director of our Scientific Thinkers program, a partnership between CEM and Columbus City Schools to develop and teach inquiry-based science lessons to first through fifth-grade students.
Recipients of the Distinguished Scholar Award receive a $20,000 research grant and $3,000 honorarium to pursue their scholarly activity, supported by the Office of Research.
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Alumni Career Series: A Career in Industry
Dr. Jay Jung (OmniVision, Samsung) on 4/11/19
Is graduation on the horizon? Where will your degree take you? Learn more about diverse career paths in the STEM disciplines from Ohio State alumni working in industry, national labs, government research and science policy. Each semester, Ohio State alumni will share their career-related experiences and provide you with tips and advice on landing that perfect job.
contact Rachel Page to set up a meeting with the speaker, or attend the student luncheon.