Effective February 18th, 2019, Phil will be taking on the role of Progam Director, Energy Materials Challenge Program at the National Research Council (NRC) of Canada as the youngest Director ever.
This program will focus on the development of new materials that will be used in the production of clean and sustainable energy. As director, Phil will consult with partners and stakeholders on the Program approach, set the outcomes, and build and lead a multi-disciplinary, collaborative research team to develop novel materials to produce clean and sustainable energy over seven years with a budget of $21M.
Today, doctoral alumnus Bernard Kelley Sargent received the gift of Sloth from the research group at the group holiday party at The Rivoli. They are still getting to know one another (Figure 1a). Sloth will, during the apprenticeship period, complete laser safety training (scheduled for 2024) and chemical safety training (2028).
There Jongmin will focus on developing new classes of nanomaterials to provide solutions for important energy & environmental issues.
This is wonderful news for Jongmin and we wish him every continued success.
Doctoral Alumna Xiwen Gong joins Stanford as a Schmidt Science Post-Doctoral Fellow with Zhenan Bao. Read more about the Bao group here: https://baogroup.stanford.edu/
Post-Doctoral Alumnus Dr. Md Golam Kibria joins the University of Calgary as an Assistant Professor in Chemical and Petroleum Engineering. You can read more about the department here: https://schulich.ucalgary.ca/departments/chemical-and-petroleum-engineering
Congratulations to Prof. Kevin Yang as he joins Sun Yat-Sen University as a Professor in Chemistry. His research group will focus on applied surface chemistry towards energy applications. You can read more at his website here: http://zyangua.wixsite.com/home
Congratulations to Prof. Oleksandr Voznyy who will be joining the University of Toronto – Scarborough as an Assistant Professor in Chemistry. His research will be on next-generation materials for clean energy applications. You can read more at his group website here: http://cleanenergy.utoronto.ca/
Congratulations to visiting doctoral alumnus Yicheng Zhao, who was recently awarded a Humboldt Fellowship. The post-doctoral fellowship, funded by the German Federal Government, enables highly-qualified scholars from abroad who are embarking on their academic careers to launch their programmes. Yicheng recently defended his PhD thesis in School of Physics at Peking University; he was a visiting student in the Sargent Group from Pharmacy Generic, overseas online pharmacy no prescription best website to buy cialis https://www.totalmedia.co.uk/cialis-online-canadian-pharmacy/ canadian medicines, cialis order online canada Pharmacy For Sale In Canada September 2016 to July 2017.
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Post-doctoral alumni Prof. Riccardo Comin publishes “Perovskite nickelates as electric-field sensors in salt water” in Nature:
2018 Perovskite nickelates as electric-field sensors in salt water Zhang Z., Schwanz D., Narayanan B., Kotiuga M., Dura J.A., Cherukara M., Zhou H., Freeland J.W., Li J., Sutarto R., He F., Wu C., Zhu J., Sun Y., Ramadoss K., Nonnenmann S.S., Yu N., Comin R., Rabe K.M., Sankaranarayanan S.K.R.S., Ramanathan S.