DNI member, Asia Sarycheva, has established a good contact and successful research collaboration with Horiba, which led to Horiba’s interest to MXenes and the company featured MXenes in their popular Science in Action series. The story is loosely based on Professor Yury Gogotsi’s interview.
Professor Yury Gogotsi won 2021 MRS-Serbia Award for a lasting and outstanding contribution to Materials Science and Engineering. He is awarded for his contributions to the field of non-oxide nanomaterials and especially MXene family of compounds.
Professor Yury Gogotsi is invited to give a plenary lecture, which will be presented during the Opening Ceremony on the 22nd MRS-Serbia Annual Conference YUCOMAT 2021, starting at 9 a.m. on Monday, August 30, 2021.
YUCOMAT 2021 https://www.mrs-serbia.org.rs/index.php/yucomat has an outstanding line-up of speakers, including Nobel Prize winners Andre Geim and Stan Whittingham, some of the most cited scientists in the world like Yi Cui, Michael Graetzel, and Sam Stupp, ACS Nano Editor-in-Chief Paul Weiss and many other outstanding researchers from all over the world.
The STAR Scholar Showcase will begin on Monday, Mach 15, 2021 and will be available online at www.drexel.edu/starscholars for one full week.
Marley Downes STAR abstract: https://nano.materials.drexel.edu/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/MDownes-STAR-Abstract.pdf
Marley Downes STAR poster: https://nano.materials.drexel.edu/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/MDownes-STAR-Poster.pdf
Professor Yury Gogotsi has been quoted in “Imperfect Nanodiamond Offers Ultrasensitive Sensing” article: https://www.materialstoday.com/carbon/news/imperfect-nanodiamond-offers-sensitive-sensing/
Professor Yury Gogotsi used to work on nanodiamonds for a long time and DNI review in Nature Nano is the most cited paper in the field: https://www.nature.com/articles/nnano.2011.209
DNI alumni Maria Lukatskaya won an EES Lectureship Award and will be speaking in this seminar series along with several other prominent scientists (Linda Nazar, Kisuk Kang) and also former collaborators (Qiang Zhang).
Congratulations to Adam Goad who co-authored an important paper with Alex Sinitskii’s group. The paper shows a remarkable combination of high electrical conductivity and breakdown current density of single-layer MXene flakes (better than copper and other 2D materials). This study conducted by Alexey Lipatov and his UNL colleagues on samples prepared by Adam extends applications of MXenes to interconnects in microelectronics. The excellent properties of Ti3C2 reported in this study were enabled by the use of the highly stoichiometric MXene produced by the method developed by Tyler. Read our article, which will appear in the April issue of Matter:
A. Lipatov, A. Goad, M. J. Loes, N. S. Vorobeva, J. Abourahma, Y. Gogotsi, A. Sinitskii, High Electrical Conductivity and Breakdown Current Density of Individual Monolayer Ti3C2Tx MXene Flakes, Matter, (2021)
Kanit Hantanasirisakul’s paper was published at the end of the year, but it is already among the 5 most popular articles in this journal in 2020!
You can view the full article via this link: https://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlelanding/2020/NH/D0NH00343C#!divAbstract
MXene outperforms Au in epidermal electronics and can be used in applications ranging from mapping neuromuscular networks to cortical microstimulation. Tyler Mathis and Kanit Hantanasirisakul co-authored this work: https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2021.03.01.433237v1
N. Driscoll, B. Erickson, B. B. Murphy, A. G. Richardson, G. Robbins, N. V. Apollo, T. Mathis, K. Hantanasirisakul, P. Bagga, S. Gullbrand, M. Sergison, R. Reddy, J. A. Wolf, H. I. Chen, T. H. Lucas, T. Dillingham, K. A. Davis, Y. Gogotsi, J. Medaglia, F. Vitale, MXtrodes: MXene-infused bioelectronic interfaces for multiscale electrophysiology and stimulation, (2020) https://doi.org/10.1101/2021.03.01.433237