Professor Kamat Invited to Lecture

Professor Kamat Invited to Lecture

Laura Mortlock-McMinn

Professor Kamat will once again be traveling after receiving invitations to lecture. He will be attending the Sungkyun International Solar Forum in Seoul, Korea and will be speaking on "Direct Charge Carrier Flow in Mixed Halide Perovskite Films." He then travels to Stowe, VT, to lecture at the 2017 Environmental Nanotechnology Gordon Research Conference. His lecture there is titled "Making Sense of Smart Sensors. A Nanotechnology Perspective for Environmental Remediation."…

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NDRL Professor Travels for Lectures

NDRL Professor Travels for Lectures

Laura Mortlock-McMinn

Professor Prashant Kamat will be traveling during the month of April to give several invited talks.  He will be presenting at the ACS Spring Meeting in San Francisco, CA, where he'll be discussing Mapping of Photocatalytic Processes: Kinetics and surface chemistry dictate the interfacial charge transfer at semiconductor surface.  

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Dave Bartels to Present

Dave Bartels to Present

Laura Mortlock-McMinn

NDRL faculty Dave Bartels will be traveling to Telluride Colorado to present on "Ions in Solution" this July.  The name of his presentation is "A simple ab initio model of the hydrated electron that agrees with experiment."…

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NDRL Faculty Promoted

NDRL Faculty Promoted

Laura Mortlock-McMinn

Please join me in congratulating Sylwia Ptasinska upon her promotion to Associate Professor with Tenure in the Physics Department. Sylwia joined the faculty at Notre Dame in September of 2010.…

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Congratulations to NDRL Graduates

Congratulations to NDRL Graduates

Laura Mortlock-McMinn

Congratulations to the following students for receiving their advanced degrees. Xueqiang Zhang (Chemistry), Yong-Siou Chen (Chemistry), and Joe Manser (Chemical Engineering) will be receiving their Ph.Ds this May, and Sebastian Snowberger will receive his Masters in Chemical Engineering.  Congrats to all!…

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NDRL Director Receives Prestigious Award

NDRL Director Receives Prestigious Award

Laura Mortlock-McMinn

The Polish Radiation Research Society (PRRS), memorial to Maria Sklodowska-Curie, has awarded Professor Ian Carmichael with the Maria Sklodowska-Curie Medal. This medal is in recognition of his distinguished achievements in the field of radiation chemistry as well as for long-lasting and productive cooperation with Polish Scientists. The award will be presented in a ceremony held by the PRRS this fall. Congratulations!…

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