Nimrod Gazit was elected as a member of the ACerS President’s Council of Student Advisors!

Nimrod Gazit, a Ph.D. candidate working under the supervision of Prof. Eugen Rabkin, was elected as a member of the Presidential Council of Student Advisors of the American Ceramic Society! Nimrod is representing Israel on this council (out of the 11 countries represented there). Gazit is studying formation of hollow metallic nanostructures attached to ceramic substrates.

ACerS President’s Council of Student Advisors (PCSA) is the student-led committee of ACerS responsible for representing student interests to ACerS and its subsidiary committees, divisions, sections, and classes. The PCSA is the primary face of ACerS to ceramics and materials science students. The role of the PCSA delegate is to represent their collegiate institution to PCSA, as well as representing the PCSA and ACerS to their academic department.

To read more about the council, click here!

A short article about Nimrod and his research was recently published in the Bulletin of American Ceramic Society! 

Click here to read Nimrod’s article “Taming the hollowness: Controlling formation of hollow metallic nanostructures attached to a ceramic substrate” (PDF)

Click here for the full Bulletin of American Ceramic Society issue (PDF), Nimrod’s article is on page 37.

Congratulation Nimrod, and best of luck! 

PCSA students with then-ACerS president Bill Lee at the PCSA annual meeting at MS&T17 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.