Awards and Recognitions
Research InterestsProcessing-structure-property relationships of crystalline and amorphous materials; development and implementation of novel multi-scale material characterization methods for correlating unique local microstructural features with particular mechanical and environmental responses in a variety of material systems. Additionally, the advancement and implementation of data analytics and machine learning to solving materials engineering grand challenges. ~Mechanical behavior of materials ~Non-ferrous alloys ~Bulk metallic glasses ~Composites ~Elevated temperature properties of materials ~Interface effects ~Coupling multi-scale characterization techniques ~X-ray and neutron diffraction ~Electron microscopy ~Digital image correlation for deformation analysis
Teaching InterestsInterested in the application of active learning pedagogies to train the next generation of engineers
News About Jennifer Carter
In December of 2015, International Women and Girls Day in Science was to recognize the critical role women and girls play in science and technology. To celebrate, the Case School of Engineering is sharing stories of remarkable women across the quad from students to faculty. Learn about their research, their journey to engineering and the advice they have for other women.
Fifty individuals from twenty companies throughout Cleveland, Akron and Pittsburgh came to the CWRU campus
Harrison Teutschbein, a PhD candidate from Bay Village, Ohio, was selected for this year’s Swanger Fellowship.
A senior in Case Western Reserve University's Departmentment of Environmental, Earth and Planetary Sciences, Yunlang Zhang was able to explore electron microscopy as a Summer 2022 Case School of Engineering SCSAM Fellow and found it to provide "efficient and accurate ways for studying geology."
PhD candidate Laura Wilson gave an oral presentation at the annual conference, while SCSAM executive director Jeffrey Pigott gave a poster presentation.