A simple structural motif has been computationally uncovered that well reproduces all the observed experimental properties of the excess electron in water.
New Postdoctural Researcher Subha Sadhu has recently joined the Notre Dame Radiation Laboratory. She will be studying XPS characterization of surfaces involved in energy-related processes. Dr. Sadhu comes to us from CSIR-National Chemical Laboratory in Pune, India.…
Assistant Professors Tomek Pedzinski and Piotr Filipiak spent the month of June at the Notre Dame Radiation Laboratory
New postdoctural researcher Gary Zaiats has joined the NDRL
NDRL Faculty Jay LaVerne spend June 2015 at the Laboratory of Mehran Mostafavi in Paris, supported by the French CNRS.
Jeff Christians has been selected as the recipient of the 2015 Eli. J. and Helen Shaheen Graduate School Award in the Division of Engineering for the University of Notre Dame.
NDRL Graduate student Iogann Tolbatov successfully defended his thesis "Electronic Structure Studies of Electron and X-ray Irradiated Molecules."
Sarah Reiff successfully defended her thesis, "Radiation Induced Chemical Activity at Iron and Copper Oxide Interfaces." Congratulations, Sarah!…
Graduate student Jeff Christians successfully defended his Thesis "Mesostructure Thin Film Solar Cells: Examining Hole Transfer Machanisms and Device Stability" on March 20, 2015.
Congratulations to Sylwia Ptasinska
The NDRL is pleased to announce that Prashant Kamat will be co-organizing two symposia in the upcoming year.
As of January 1, 2015 Prashant Kamat will be one of only 94 Prevasi (India-born Foreign) Fellows of the Indian National Science Academy
NDRL faculty member Jay LaVerne chaired the 2014 Gordon Research Conference on Radiation Chemistry, this year subtitled “Radiation Driven Processes in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Industry”.
Congratulations to NDRL faculty member Sylwia Ptasinska on her award of a FY 2014 Faculty Scholarship Research Program Initiation Grant to study "Dosimetry of cold atmospheric plasmas for medical applications."…
Congratulations to NDRL faculty member Jay LaVerne on his election to the position of Chemistry Councilor for the Radiation Research Society.
Research by graduate student James Radich has revealed a previously unexpected sensitivity to UV light of reduced graphene oxide (RGO) on TiO2 nanoparticles in aqueous suspensions.