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In our work and our team we unite chemistry, physics, and engineering within eight experimental laboratories at the University of Toronto.

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Mingyang and Makhsud, in collaboration with Prof. Hairen Tan and colleagues at Nanjing U, publish “Monolithic all-perovskite tandem solar cells…” in Nature Energy.

Mingyang and Makhsud, in collaboration with Prof. Hairen Tan and colleagues at Nanjing U, publish “Monolithic all-perovskite tandem solar cells…” in Nature Energy.

Check out our latest publication in Nature Biomedical Engineering where we leverage high-throughput microfluidics and phenotypic genome-wide CRISPER screens to discover a new druggable target for cancer therapy.

Check out our latest publication in Nature Biomedical Engineering where we leverage high-throughput microfluidics and phenotypic genome-wide CRISPER screens to discover a new druggable target for cancer therapy. https://lnkd.in/gaiFPvQ      

Congratulations to Dr. Fanglin Che on taking up a tenure-stream position at UMass Lowell.

Congratulations to Dr. Fanglin Che on taking up a tenure-stream position at UMass Lowell. Fanglin’s appointment is in Chemical Engineering, where she will work on multi-scale simulations of catalysts and materials. We were fortunate to attract Fanglin from Washington State University where she had earned her Ph.D. with JS McEwen and Su Ha; Fanglin did […]

Ya-Kun, Yitong, Dongxin, Makhsud, in collaboration with KU Leuven and colleagues, publish “Thermal unequilibrium of strained black CsPbI3 thin films” in Science.

Ya-Kun, Yitong, Dongxin, Makhsud, in collaboration with KU Leuven and colleagues, publish “Thermal unequilibrium of strained black CsPbI3 thin films” in Science.

Mike, Phil, Yifang, Cao, and Dohyun published a review, “Designing materials for electrochemical carbon dioxide recycling,” in Nature Catalysis.

Mike, Phil, Yifang, Cao, and Dohyun published a review, “Designing materials for electrochemical carbon dioxide recycling,” in Nature Catalysis.

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Latest Alumni News

Ph.D. alumnus Dr. Tom Burdyny (Ph.D. from UofT under supervision of Prof. Dave Sinton, in active collaboration with Sargent group) has joined TU Delft as a faculty member. Tom joined the Department of Chemical Engineering at the Delft University of Technology as a Tenure-track Assistant Professor in July 2019.

Ph.D. alumnus Dr. Tom Burdyny (Ph.D. from UofT under supervision of Prof. Dave Sinton, in active collaboration with Sargent group) has joined TU Delft as a faculty member. Tom joined the Department of Chemical Engineering at the Delft University of Technology as a Tenure-track Assistant Professor in July 2019.   https://www.linkedin.com/in/thomas-burdyny-1b472613/

PDF alumnus Michael Ross joined University of Massachusetts Lowell as an Assistant Professor in Chemistry! Mike shared his post-doctoral studies in between Peidong Yang Group (University of California Berkeley) and the Sargent Group. Keep an eye on Ross Research Group!

PDF alumnus Michael Ross joined University of Massachusetts Lowell as an Assistant Professor in Chemistry! Mike shared his post-doctoral studies in between Peidong Yang Group (University of California Berkeley) and the Sargent Group. Keep an eye on Ross Research Group!

Dr. Peter Aldridge Joins Product Engineering at BlueRock Therapeutics Toronto

Dr. Peter Aldridge Joins Product Engineering at BlueRock Therapeutics Toronto

PDF alumnus Dr. Xinzheng Lan joins School of Optical and Electronic Information, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, as Professor

PDF alumnus Dr. Xinzheng Lan joins School of Optical and Electronic Information, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, as Professor

Bernard Kelley Sargent spent Take Your Labradoodle To Work Day at UofT on May 13, 2019

Bernard Kelley Sargent spent Take Your Labradoodle To Work Day at UofT on May 13, 2019. Bernard focused on research finance, advising post-doctoral fellows on next-generation membranes for CO2 reduction, and networking, the latter both in Engineering and Simcoe Hall Bernard delights in liaising with senior leadership in the Office of the Chair of ECE.