Awards

ISI Hot Paper and Highly Cited Paper (Top 0.1%)

Congratulations to Babak Anasori and his co-authors on having their papers listed as both “Hot Paper” and “Highly Cited Paper” on ISI. This paper is on discovery and properties of 2D ordered double-transition metal carbides, which was published in ACSNano and was selected both as the cover and Editors’ Choice article by ACS.

New Nanodiamond Book Chapter

Those of you working on nanodiamond or nanoscomposites of any kind will be interested in the attached book chapter written by DNI alumni Ioannis Neitzel and Vadym Mochalin:

I. Neitzel, V.N. Mochalin, Y. Gogotsi, Chapter 15: Nanodiamonds in composites: polymer chemistry and tribology, in Nanodiamonds: Advanced Material Analysis, Properties and Applications, Ed. J.-C. Arnault, Elsevier (2017)

CoE Professors Selected as “Highly Cited Researchers” for 3 Consecutive Years

Two professors, Yury Gogotsi, Ph.D., Distinguished University and Trustee Chair Professor of the Materials Science and Engineering department, and Peter DeCarlo, Ph.D., Assistant Professor and Graduate Studies Advisor of the Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering department, were selected as “Highly Cited Researchers 2016” by Clarivate Analytics.

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Nanomaterials Group at MRS

Nanomaterials Group at MRS

Several current members, alumni, and collaborators from the Nanomaterials group attended the Fall MRS meeting in Boston, MA this week.  There were many highlights at this year’s meeting, including Ph.D. Candidate, Katie Van Aken, being awarded the MRS Best Poster Award.

Congratulations to all on a great meeting!

 

dni-group-at-the-poster-session katies-poster

Nanodiamond Review Article

Our review of nanodiamond is on the list of top 10 most read papers in Nature Nano, 5 years after publication.
This is a phenomenal performance showing continuing interest to the subject, but also the impact of that specific paper – 8 of 10. Most read are 2016 papers. Long lifetime shows a real impact of the paper.
Also, our very recent review of 2D materials for supercapacitors is among the hottest nanomaterials articles of Wiley: