Using advanced computational methods, Dr. Jacobs and Prof. Morgan have discovered new materials that could bring widespread commercial use of solid oxide fuel cells closer to reality. A news release can be found here or here or on College of Engineering.
Congratulations to Prof. Szlufarska for winning an outstanding alumni award from Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland!
Congratulations to undergrad Vanessa Meschke for winning Best Capstone Project for her summer work as a Citrine NextGen Fellow! Click this link to learn more about their company and the presentation.
Congratulations to CMG member Lei Zhao on a successful defense of his PhD thesis. Great job Lei!
Mehrdad Arjmand and the co-founder of their company NovoMoto are invited to present at the WI Clean Tech Network Forum organized by WARF on Monday, July 24, 2017. Great job Mehrdad! Click this link to learn more about their company and the presentation.
Big congratulations to CMG member Hao Jiang for successfully defending his thesis! All ways forward, Dr. Jiang!
“This paper reports an unexpected change in the oxidation state of Fe in bridgmanite, the most dominant mineral in the lower mantle. The oxidation state change resolves the discrepancy between laboratory and seismic studies on the chemical composition of the lower mantle, showing that the lower mantle has major element chemistry similar to the upper […]
“The availability of increasingly sophisticated experimental and computational tools provides scientists and engineers with new opportunities, but harnessing the vast amounts of data generated from these new approaches presents a challenge. Building a Materials Data Infrastructure identifies and prioritizes these challenges, while also providing actionable recommendations for addressing them.” Click this link to learn more about this […]