- Prof. Piper wins 4 year multi- institutional $1.4 million NSF award for DMREF-A collaborative approach
- Nicholas Quackenbush wins prestigious NRC post-doctoral research award.
- Professor Mativetsky Receives Prestigious NSF Award.
- Increase in graduate student stipend
- Tailoring the electrical properties of a two dimensional nanomaterial
- Recent Book Publication as a sole Editor by Prof. Jang.
- Prof. Kolmogorov's first confirmed computer-designed superconductor
- Professor Piper's Research Grant
Professor Piper's Research Grant
Assistant Professor Piper has received a 2 year Doctoral New Investigator grant from the American Chemical Society Petroleum Research Fund (ACS PRF) to study how lithium behaves when it is inserted into porous nano-ribbons of vanadium pentoxide LixV4O10). | Read More
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