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Welcome to AMPAC

The Advanced Materials Processing and Analysis Center (AMPAC) is an interdisciplinary research and education center for materials science and engineering located at the University of Central Florida (UCF). AMPAC's vision is to make UCF an international leader in materials science and engineering research and education by:

  • Excelling in the development, processing and characterization of advanced materials to achieve prominence in targeted research areas
  • Providing leadership to the UCF Materials Science and Engineering research and education program
  • Enhancing economic growth and promoting industrial development through effective partnerships with industry

Message from AMPAC Director Jiyu Fang

Welcome to the Advanced Materials Processing and Analysis Center (AMPAC) at the University of Central Florida (UCF). The overall mission of AMPAC is to... Read the complete announcement

 

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Announcement

ORC-AMPAC/MSE Doctoral Fellowship

Stipend: $25,000 in year one; years 2-4 variable based on program assistantship stipend levels
Duration: 1 yr fellowship support; 3 yrs graduate assistantship support
Eligibility: all new doctoral students
College-selected


Latest News

April 2021

Can we Predict Plastic and Elastic Properties of Monocrystalline Materials? Now we Can.

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University of Central Florida and South Ural State University researchers led by Professors Artem Masunov and Ekaterina Bartashevich developed a novel methodology for computational predictions of the mechanical properties for single crystals.

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April 2021

NSTC student won an award at the Student Scholar Symposium

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Pavlo Kravchuk won an award for his poster titled "Small organic osmolytes accelerate actin assembly." at the 2021 UCF Student Scholar Symposium in the Life Sciences category.

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February 2021

NASA Selects UCF Honeybee-inspired Spacesuit Material Design for Further Development

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The material's nanostructure design is based on how honeybees and other pollinators can manipulate pollen using microstructures and electric fields.

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UCF Advanced Materials Processing and Analysis Center | Engineering Building 1, Room 208 | TEL: (407) 882-1455 FAX: (407) 882-1462
4000 Central Florida Blvd. Box 162455, Orlando, Florida, 32816 | AMPAC@ucf.edu
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