Congratulations to Katie on being selected as a Fellow in the GAANN Grand Challenges program!
NMG work on electrochemical synthesis of C-S material by etching MAX has been published in the high impact journal Angewandte Chemie. Read the full story here.
Read about Kristy Jost and NMG group research in the area of capacitive yarn here.
Congratulations to Maria Lukatskaya, who has been selected as one of MRS Graduate Student Award finalists. Maria will be competing with students from the best universities in the world for a Gold Award at the Spring 2015 MRS meeting in San Francisco.
Kelsey’s paper titled “Flowable Conducting Particle Networks in Redox-Active Electrolytes for Grid Energy Storage” was #6 most read in January in JES! Congrats Kelsey and co-authors!
Boris’s paper “Effects of structural disorder and surface chemistry on electric conductivity and capacitance of porous carbon electrodes“ is on the list of most frequently accessed articles in Faraday Discussions in the last quarter of 2014:
Congrats Boris and co-authors!
Mochalin and Gogotsi’s review “The properties and applications of nanodiamonds” is now #4 (#1 among reviews) on the list of the 10 most downloaded papers published by Nature Nanotechnology. Congratulations to all authors of this paper!
We are excited to share that last year was our most productive year in terms of publications and awards. We published more than 40 articles including Science, Nature, PNAS, the Advanced Materials family of journals and many
high-quality ACS and RSC publications. Our research was highlighted worldwide in famous newspaperes and online scientific websites.
Our PhD fellow,Kristy Jost designed DNI calendar where our key research is highlighted (See below).
We wish everyone a happy New Year! We hope new year will bring lot more discoveries from our lab.
We are pleased to announce that Kelsey Hatzell won the Arthur Nowick award this year. Congratulations to Kelsey!
This award is presented at each Fall Meeting starting 2012. Kristy Jost won the inaugural award in 2012 (http://www.mrs.org/f12-gsa/). Kelsey won it this year. Thus, two of the three most prestigious graduate student awards in materials science given worldwide went to our students. We simply have the best materials science PhD students in the world!
We are delighted to announce that our Nature paper on Conductive MXene Clay is published. We provide here few links on the media coverage of the article: