MAE graduate student wins NSF GRFP fellowship

Former NJSGC intern Jeremy Cleeman was selected for the prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Award. This award is given to 6,000 students nationwide each year and it includes three years of fellowship support plus tuition remission.

Jeremy Cleeman (MAE UG ’20, 2nd year MAE PhD) has been awarded a prestigious graduate research fellowship from the National Science Foundation. This competitive grant recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students who are pursuing research-based graduate degrees at US institutions. The five-year fellowship includes three years of financial support including an annual stipend and tuition. Jeremy is working with Dr. Rajiv Malhotra and Dr. Qingze Zou to create new machine learning based techniques for in-situ control of both geometry and properties in Large Area Additive Manufacturing.

Jeremy Cleeman NSF Award