Harman Khare Receives 2016 ASME Marshall B. Peterson Award
Harman Khare, Research Project Manager of the Carpick Nanotribology Group in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics, has received the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Marshall B. Peterson Award “for fundamental, multiscale, in situ research on the tribology of solid and liquid lubricants including interfacial tribofilm formation, nanoparticle additive anti-wear behavior and instrument development; and for active engagement in the engineering community including organizing research symposia, providing research mentoring and through public outreach.
The award is given biennially in recognition of early-career achievement in research as demonstrated by papers published in scientific journals of ASME and promise for pursuit of research in tribology. The ASME Research Committee on Tribology and the Tribology Division established the award in 1997.
To learn more about the Marshall B. Peterson Award visit the ASME website.