CSU Feature on Yusef Farah and Rachelle Austin’s research with ultrafast pump-probe transient absorption spectrometry to measure charge carrier properties of molybdenum disulfide thin films! https://www.pnas.org/doi/10.1073/pnas.2220333120
Chemists propose ultrathin material for doubling solar cell efficiency
Congratulations to our MURALS first-year scholars Erika, Ethan, and Graham who presented their undergraduate research for energy efficient applications for ZnO nanocrystals today!
Congratulations to Justin Toole who just defended! Justin will be teaching at Westpoint while continuing to serve in the army, we are very proud and will miss you!
Michael is now working at Prieto Battery, we are excited to see all the amazing things you are going to accomplish!
Congrats to JT for presenting his research at the DARPA Forward conference at CSU!
Congrats to Luke Salzer for being accepted into Argonne National Laboratories National School on Neutron and X-ray Scattering!
Congrats to PhD Student Rafael Almaraz for earning the Penn State 2-Dimensional Crystal Consortium Resident Scholar Visitor Program fellowship!
Congrats to undergraduate Esther van de Lagemaat for being accepted into the Scalable Nanomanufacturing of Complex Materials REU at Penn State this Summer!
Esther van de Lagemaat and Ben Bullock joined the group in winter 2020. Esther will grow 2D materials and Ben will be building up a microscopy setup.
Rafael, a PhD student from CSU’s School of Advanced Materials & Discovery (SAMD), joins the group. Rafa will work on our 2D materials project. Welcome Rafa!
This project focuses on the discovery of design principles for safe, fast-charging, and long-lasting Li-ion battery materials. In coordination with the Natural Sciences Education Outreach Center, we will develop low-cost microscopes with experiential learning activities tailored to different age groups to promote microscopy education in the State of Colorado.