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Alan F. Jankowski

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Texas Tech University

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Texas Tech University

3601 4Th Street Room #2A206

Lubbock, Texas,79430

United States

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About Texas Tech University: Texas Tech University is a major comprehensive research university located in western Texas. The Bob L. Herd Department of Petroleum Engineering at TTU supports the mission of the university and the college through its undergraduat...more

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Science Advisory Vice President for Research, Economic Development

Nanotechnology Foundation of Texas Inc


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Lubbock, TX (Grassroots Newswire) January 04, 2007 - Alan F. Jankowski, a world authority in nanoscience and nanotechnology, has joined Texas Tech University 's College of Engineering as the J. W. Wright Regents' Chair and professor of mechanical engineering. Jankowski, author or co-author of more than 100 journal publications and holder of nearly 30 patents both in the United States and internationally, joins Texas Tech after 20 years in the Chemistry and Materials Science department at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Jankowski's research focuses on areas such as creating and identifying high-strength materials on the nanoscale and developing clean and renewable energy technologies.His research has, among other things, led to innovations in x-ray optics, magnetic devices, fuel cells and nuclear waste storage. He hopes to stimulate interest in materials engineering graduate programs and take advantage of new laboratory capabilities established by the College of Engineering to meet emerging engineering needs in fields such as alternative energies."It was quite an honor to be invited to Texas Tech as the J. W. Wright Regents Chair in Mechanical Engineering," Jankowski said.


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> Alan Jankowski Joins Texas Tech University's College of Engineering> Nanotechnology Trio at UT Dallas Named to Scientific American 50 List> UT Dallas Names NFT Science Advisory VP for Research, Economic DevelopmentAlan F. Jankowski Joins Texas Tech University's College of EngineeringAlan F. Jankowski, a world authority in nanoscience and nanotechnology, has joined Texas Tech University's College of Engineering as the J. W. Wright Regents' Chair and professor of mechanical engineering.Jankowski, author or co-author of more than 100 journal publications and holder of nearly 30 patents both in the United States and internationally, joins Texas Tech after 20 years in the Chemistry and Materials Science department at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Jankowski's research focuses on areas such as creating and identifying high-strength materials on the nanoscale and developing clean and renewable energy technologies.His research has, among other things, led to innovations in x-ray optics, magnetic devices, fuel cells and nuclear waste storage. "It was quite an honor to be invited to Texas Tech as the J. W. Wright Regents Chair in Mechanical Engineering," Jankowski said.


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> Alan Jankowski Joins Texas Tech University's College of Engineering > Nanotechnology Trio at UT Dallas Named to Scientific American 50 List > UT Dallas Names NFT Science Advisory VP for Research, Economic Development


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Alan Jankowski
Alan F. Jankowski, a world authority in nanoscience and nanotechnology, has joined Texas Tech University's College of Engineering as the J. W. Wright Regents' Chair and professor of mechanical engineering. Jankowski, author or co-author of more than 100 journal publications and holder of nearly 30 patents both in the United States and internationally, joins Texas Tech after 20 years in the Chemistry and Materials Science department at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Jankowski's research focuses on areas such as creating and identifying high-strength materials on the nanoscale and developing clean and renewable energy technologies. His research has, among other things, led to innovations in x-ray optics, magnetic devices, fuel cells and nuclear waste storage. "It was quite an honor to be invited to Texas Tech as the J. W. Wright Regents Chair in Mechanical Engineering," Jankowski said.


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