Soohyung Lee prepared a great talk on defect-engineering in plasmonic nanostructures, and successfully passed his general exam. Congratulations, Soohyung!
Jay Inslee visits the UW CEI and toured the Research Training Testbeds. Elena Pandres provided a demo on battery fabrication that is often used to characterize new materials for emerging battery technologies.
— UW Government & Community Relations (@UWGOV) August 8, 2018
Today I had the opportunity to tour the @UW Clean Energy Institute and watch this incredible student create a coin cell battery. The research happening at this institute will help make our region the clean energy development capital of the world. #cleanenergy pic.twitter.com/p9QmvXuxH0
— Governor Jay Inslee (@GovInslee) August 9, 2018
Brittany Bishop recently received her master’s degree in Chemical Engineering. Congratulations, Brittany!
Welcome to our summer research students!
o Emilee Paradis joins us through the Clean Energy Bridge to Research Program (https://www.washington.edu/undergradresearch/clean-energy-bridge-to-research-cebr/cebr-students/2018-cebr-students/).
o Tiara Naidu joins us through the UW Alliances for Learning and Vision and Underrepresented Americans program
Elena Pandres prepared an excellent talk on nanowires for battery applications, and successfully passed her general exam. Congratulations, Elena!
Recently, Elena Pandres and Grant Williamson presented talks on their research involving battery-electrode materials at the 233rd Electrochemical Society (ECS) Meeting in Seattle, WA.
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Recently, Nicole Thompson participated in the 2018 Electrochemical Society (ECS) Data Science Hack Week in Seattle, WA.
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Grant Williamson prepared a wonderful talk on nanostructures for battery applications, and successfully passed his general exam. Congratulations, Grant!
Brittany Bishop was recently accepted to the 2018 Washington STEM cohort of Youth Super STEM Advocates. Washington STEM is an organization dedicated to increasing STEM access, interest, and success to students throughout Washington state. Congratulations, Brittany!
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Elena Pandres recently received her master’s degree in Chemical Engineering. Congratulations, Elena!