Clifford C. Furnas Award

MARK SCHULZ

MARK SCHULZ, PhD ’93, MS ’84
Schulz, professor of mechanical and materials engineering at the University of Cincinnati, is an expert in developing smart materials and devices based on nanotechnology through interdisciplinary research.

Schulz, professor of mechanical and materials engineering at the University of Cincinnati, is an expert in developing smart materials and devices based on nanotechnology through interdisciplinary research. Schulz also is co-founder and co-director of Nanoworld Laboratories, a series of research and teaching laboratories at the University of Cincinnati; co-founder of General Nano LLC, a nanomaterials company; co-founder of Inovasc LLC, a medical device start-up company; and deputy director of the National Science Foundation Engineering Research Center for Revolutionizing Metallic Biomaterials. Additionally, he instituted and co-organizes the Nanotechnology Materials and Devices International Workshop, edited four books on nanotechnology, published 200 articles, achieved six patents and has presented to various groups across the world.

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Clifford C. Furnas Memorial Award

The late Mrs. Furnas established this annual award to be presented to a distinguished graduate of the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences or the College of Arts and Sciences in a natural sciences or mathematics discipline.