Novelis Scholars Selected for 2022-2023

Novelis Scholars 2022-2023

Top row, left-to-right: Bettina Arkhurst, Conlain Kelly, Juanita Hidalgo, Walter Parker, Sushree Jagriti Sahoo, Alexandra (Lexie) Schueller 
Btm row, left-to-right: Sakshi Sharma, Daniel Johnson, Suemin Lee, Brandon Perry, Sarang Pujari 

This year, the Novelis Scholars program review committee at the Georgia Institute of Technology selected seven graduate scholars and four undergraduate scholars. This is the second year of the Novelis scholars program.

The Novelis Innovation Hub at Georgia Tech launched the Novelis Scholars program in 2021. The program seeks to recognize and cultivate top graduate students conducting research in various aspects of sustainability, high-throughput materials discovery, surface functionalization, and artificial intelligence (AI)/data science applications in materials, manufacturing, and supply chain technology.

Novelis has partnered with Georgia Tech to collaborate on research and development, and promote the education of the next generation of engineers dedicated to making better products that lead to a more sustainable world. Novelis is headquartered in Atlanta with a global footprint, over 12,500 employees, and recorded $17.1 billion in net sales for its 2022 fiscal year. Novelis expanded its research partnership with Georgia Tech in 2021.

The 2022-2023 Novelis Scholars are:

Graduate

  • Bettina Arkhurst - Ph.D. candidate in the George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering
  • Juanita Hidalgo - Ph.D. candidate in the School of Materials Science and Engineering
  • Conlain Kelly – Ph.D. candidate in Computational Science and Engineering Undergraduate
  • Walter Parker - Ph.D. candidate in the George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering
  • Sushree Jagriti Sahoo - Ph.D. candidate in the School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
  • Alexandra (Lexie) Schueller - Ph.D. candidate in the George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering
  • Sakshi Sharma - Master’s student in the School of Materials Science and Engineering

Undergraduate

  • Daniel Johnson - pursuing his B.S. in mechanical engineering
  • Suemin Lee - pursuing her B.S. in civil engineering with minors in sustainable cities and computer science
  • Brandon Perry - pursuing his B.S. in materials science and engineering
  • Sarang Pujari – pursuing his B.S/M.S. in computer science with a minor in climate change

Detailed profiles for this year’s 2022-2023 Novelis Scholars can be found here.

The Novelis Innovation Hub expects to issue its next call for Novelis Scholars for the 2023‐2024 Academic Year in late Spring/early Summer 2023.

 

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