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Professor Kamat Serves as Keynote Speaker

Professor Kamat Serves as Keynote Speaker

Laura Mortlock-McMinn

Professor Kamat will be doing several presentations during the month of February.  He is traveling to New Delhi, India, to be the keynote speaker for the Conference of Hybrid and Perovskite Cells, being held from February 4th through the 6th at the Indian Institute of Technology. While in India, Professor Kamat will also deliver the C.N.R. Rao Distinguished lecture at the annual meeting of the Chemical Research Society of India in Chennai. He will also be traveling to Jerusalem, Israel, for the nanoGe Conference on Perovskite Solar Cells, Photonics and Optoelectronics (NIPHO19).…

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Professor Kamat to Present

Professor Kamat to Present

Laura Mortlock-McMinn

Professor Prashant Kamat of the Radiation Laboratory will be traveling overseas this December to lecture. He will be presenting the plenary talk at the Frontiers in Chemical Sciences Conference being held December 6th through the 8th, organized by the Department of Chemistry, Indian Institute of Technology in Guwahati, India. The second lecture will be at the Institute of Nano Science and Technology in Mohali, India.  He will be there from December 11th through the 13th.…

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Professor Kamat Invited to MRS Meeting

Laura Mortlock-McMinn

Professor Kamat has been invited to talk at the annual Materials Research Society Meeting in November of 2018. His talk is titled, "Charge Injection from Excited CsPbBr3 Nanocrystals into TiO2 in Perovskite and its Role in the Degradation of Perovskite Layer in Visible Light."…

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NDRL Student Receives the Forgash Award

NDRL Student Receives the Forgash Award

Laura Mortlock-McMinn

Amal Sebastian has received the Forgash Fellowship Award. The Forgash fellowship provides a $5,000 award to an undergraduate or graduate student who is interested in solar energy collection/conversion technologies through research and development. His project, entitled Atmospheric Pressure Plasma: A Novel Tool for the Synthesis of Efficient Photocatalytic Materials

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