DNI Lab Assistant Featured in College of Engineering’s Student Stories

Read more about DNI Lab Assistant Marley Downes and how she decided on Drexel University and the College of Engineering: https://drexel.edu/engineering/student-experience/student-stories/2022/June/downes-marley/  

DNI Alum Starts Podcast

DNI alum, Katie Van Aken (2017), has started a new podcast on PhD tips tune in for tips and tricks for surviving your PhD program. 

Listen here: https://anchor.fm/katie-van-aken  

Professors Gogotsi and Barsoum Receive Award at CIMTEC

Yury Gogotsi and Michel Barsoum received the prestigious World Academy of Ceramics Award at CIMTEC in Perugia, Italy on June 21, 2022. Congratulations!

DNI Alum Babak Anasori Featured in the ACerS Bulletin

Read Babak Anasori’s featured article MXenes for atomistic design of 2D nanoceramics” in the American Ceramic Society Bulletin: https://ceramics.org/wp-content/bulletin/2022/June-July2022/June-July2022.html#p=26 

Post-doctoral Schlumberger Fellow Dr. Ndeye Maty Ndiaye Wins L’Oreal-UNESCO Award

Congratulations to post-doctoral Schlumberger Fellow Dr. Ndeye Maty Ndiaye who is among the winners of a very prestigious and highly competitive L’Oreal-UNESCO International Rising Talents Award 2022! Maty works on MXenes for electrochemical energy storage.  


ICAN-X Celebrates Vol. 100

Yury Gogotsi participated as a panelist at the the Vol. 100 Celebration of iCAN-X on Friday, June 3 at 8AM EST. Watch on YouTube or at www.ican-x.com/talks

Yury Gogotsi to Deliver Distinguished Lecture at the University of Waterloo

Yury Gogotsi will deliver a Distinguished Lecture titled “The Fascinating World of Two-Dimensional Carbides and Nitrides (MXenes)” at the Waterloo Institute for Nanotechnology (WIN) at University of Waterloo on June 9th at 11AM.  


Uncovering the electrochemistry of MXenes – 2021 Horizon Prize winner

Yury Gogotsi featured as ECS Member in the 2021 Class of Highly Cited Researchers

Congratulations to Prof. Yury Gogotsi who is featured as one of the ECS distinguished members who has been among the top 1% of the mostly cited researchers in the field!