2011 Fulbrighter gets research published in Advanced Materials

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Denis Terwagne, a 2011 Fulbright grantee who pursued a postdoc at MIT, just published his research on Morphable surfaces in the scientific journal, Advanced Materials. The research could shed insight into selectively cutting air resistance, through their development of a smart morphable surface which has the ability to change the surface texture from smooth to dimply. The team of researchers is the first to use wrinkling for aerodynamic properties. We are delighted that the Fulbright Commission Belgium’s support of Terwagne’s research was able to contribute to his success.

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