Honorees will be presented in the winter/spring 2018 edition of Drexel Magazine and invited to a special reception during Alumni Weekend. Last year’s “40 Under 40” included entrepreneurs, activists and artists. Davide Mattia and Michael Naguib are the most recent recipients of this award. Great to see the tradition continuing. Our alumni achieve a lot of success after graduation!
Congratulations to PhD student, Tyler Mathis, for winning the Best Poster prize for Symposium 7 (Supercapacitors from Materials and Processes to Applications) during the ISE meeting last week.
PhD Candidate Boota appears in the summer 2018 issue of The Electrochemical Society quarterly magazine Interface, in recognition of winning the Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Division H.H. Dow Memorial Student Achievement Award.
Congratulations to undergraduate researcher, Nick Trainor, who has been selected as the winner of the 2017 Lewis C. Hoffman Scholarship, chosen by the Awards Committee of the Electronics Division of The American Ceramic Society. Presentation of a plaque and the $2000 scholarship check will take place during the ACerS Electronics Division business meeting at the MS&T conference in Pittsburgh this October. Congratulations to Nick!
Congratulations to postdoctoral researcher, Dr. Xuehang Wang, who has been awarded the ‘Chinese Government Award for Outstanding Students Self-financed Abroad,’ an award set up by the China Scholarship Council to honor overseas Chinese students with outstanding academic accomplishments. Established in 2003, this award is developed to encourage research excellence and to recognize the achievements among Chinese students abroad. This award includes a 6,000-USD prize and a CSC-issued certificate.
Congratulations to Xuehang!
Many of our students and researchers presented at this year’s Drexel University International Research Showcase. Group members presented on our collaborative research conducted around the world, spanning South Korea, Saudi Arabia, France, China, South Africa, and the United Kingdom, to name a few.
See some photos from the showcase below:
Yury Gogotsi, PhD, whose materials science research as founder and director of the A.J. Drexel Nanomaterials Institute has opened up new possibilities for the applications of nanomaterials, was installed May 1 as the inaugural Charles T. and Ruth M. Bach Professor at Drexel University. The professorship was established with a permanent endowment of $2.2 million that will be used to fund Gogotsi’s current and future research initiatives – Read the full story here.
Congratulations to Prof. Yury Gogotsi!