ORAU has awarded competitive research grants totaling $185,000 to 37 junior faculty from its member institutions. The recipients, each of whom is in the first two years of a tenure track position, will receive $5,000 in “seed money” for the 2017-2018 academic year to enhance their research during the early stages of their career.
Of these 37 awardees, 5% are Nanomaterials Group alumni. Congratulations to Prof. Kelsey Hatzell and Prof. Majid Beidaghi!
View the full list here.
Prof. Yury Gogotsi will present about science and its role in shaping the future at the Brain&Ukraine meeting on June 7th at 7pm in Kiev, Ukraine. Learn more here.
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!
Congratulations to PhD student, Tyler Mathis, and his co-aurthors, Katie, Kathleen and James Breslin, on winning the 2nd place in the ASM Liberty Bell section poster competition. He presented a poster titled: “Effects of processing on the capacitive performance of onion-like carbon”.