Kurt Terhune successfully defended his dissertation titled: “Influence of Magnetic Nanoparticles and Magnetic Stress on a Single Emitter Ionic Liquid Electrospray Source.” Congratulations to Dr. Terhune! Acknowledgments to NASA and the Air Force Office of Scientific Research for supporting Kurt’s research activities.
Electrospray visualization research published by Kurt Terhune and Brad King at Michigan Tech in collaboration with Dr. John Cumings and Dr. Kai He of the University of Maryland was featured in Space Daily.
Isp Lab researcher, Kurt Terhune, recently published his collaborative work in Nanotechnology entitled, Radiation-induced solidification of ionic liquid under extreme electric field.
The Ion Space Propulsion lab is proud to announce that one of their members, Kurt J. Terhune, has received the NASA Space Technology Research Fellowship for his work titled: “Mass Measurements of a Ionic Liquid Ferrofluid Electrospray.” Kurt is one of 65 students to receive this prestigious award.