XLab Members Present at the 11th Annual ISSRDC
XLab members traveled to Washington D.C. for the 2022 International Space Station Research and Development Conference (ISSRDC) held July 26th - July 28th. Pictured from left to right are Professor Debbie G. Senesky, Dr. Jessica Jane Frick, PhD student Jasmine Cox, and B.S/M.S student TaNia Donatto. Dr. Frick gave a presentation titled Designing Autoclave Hardware to Enable Microgravity Hydrothermal Synthesis while Jasmine and TaNia presented posters titled Fundamental Thermal Transport Properties and Electrical Property Characterization all under one of XLab’s main research focuses: Graphene Aerogel in Microgravity. More information about the conference including details of the presentations and posters can be found at https://www.issconference.org/.