- Prof. Piper receives RESCORP grant to study anion redox for Li-ion battery cathodes
- Profs. Piper and Lee receive collaborative DOD MURI award to study adaptive metal oxides
- Prof. Margine receives NSF Award for the development of the EPW code
- Prof. Shim receives NSF Award for research on femtosecond laser filamentation
- Prof. Aynajian receives NSF CAREER Award for research on emergent phases of matter
- Prof. Piper wins NSF DMREF award for research on photocatalytic water splitting
- Prof. Mativetsky Receives NSF CAREER Award for organic electronics research
- Increase in graduate student stipend
Colloquium: Ultrathin optoelectronic devices, Matthew White (U Vermont) March 12, 2018
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