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Congratulations to Prashant Kamat

Congratulations to Prashant Kamat

Laura Mortlock-McMinn

In honor of his 65th birthday, The Journal of Physical Chemistry C is dedicating its June 28, 2018, issue to to Professor Prashant Kamat. The issue contains 111 articles in the area of energy conversion and storage by his colleagues and friends. It will also feature an article highlighting his scientific Journey. Congratulations to Professor Kamat on the well-deserved recognitiion!…

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Professor Kamat Presents in Asia

Professor Kamat Presents in Asia

Laura Mortlock-McMinn

Professor Kamat of the Notre Dame Radiation Laboratory will be attending the 7th Hsinchu Summer Course and Workshop at the National Chiao Tung Universitm in Hsinchu, Taiwan, and the 7th Sungkyun International Solar Form (SISF 2018) in Seoul, Korea. He will be giving 3 lectures at Hsinchu, and leading a talk at SISF called "Hype and Hope of Mixed Halide Lead Perovskite Solar Cells."…

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Dr. Janik to Present

Dr. Janik to Present

Laura Mortlock-McMinn

Assistant Research Professor Irek Janik will be attending the International Symposium on Molecular Spectroscopy in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois, in June of 2018. He will be presenting a paper titled "Transient Raman spectra, structure and thermochemistry on the selenocyanate dimer radical anion in water."…

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NDRL Professor Invited to Lecture

NDRL Professor Invited to Lecture

Laura Mortlock-McMinn

Professor Prashant Kamat wil be presenting several topics this spring. He will be speaking at the 233rd Meeting of the Electrochemical Society in Seattle. He will also be organizing a symposium on Inorganic/Organic Nanohybrids for Energy Conversion. His papers are titled, "Effect of Iodide Treatment on the Photovoltaic Performance of Mixed Halide Perovskite Solar Cells" and "Photocatalytic Aspects of CsPb Br3

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NDRL Professor Invited to Lecture

NDRL Professor Invited to Lecture

Laura Mortlock-McMinn

NDRL Professor Prashant Kamat will be traveling to lecture at the American Chemical Society Editors' Meeting and attend the Atlantic Basin Conference at the end of January, 2018. He will be presenting "Unraveling the Mystique of Mixed Halide Lead Halide Perovskites." 

In February, Professor Kamat will travel to lecture at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. There, he will be giving a seminar to the Chemistry Department titled "Lead Halide Perovskites. Looking Beyond the Hype." He will also travel to Minneapolis where he was invited to talk at the Symposium "Liquid Crystals, Metamaterial Transformation Optics, Photonic Crystals and Solar Cells."…

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NDRL Professor travels to Lecture

NDRL Professor travels to Lecture

Laura Mortlock-McMinn

Professor Prashant Kamat will be traveling throughout India this December. He will be the IISc-DST Centennial Chair (Visiting Professor) at the Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore, India. He will also be attending conferences and lecturing at the Electrochemical Society School.…

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Three College of Science faculty members awarded Luksburg Foundation Collaboration Grants

Three College of Science faculty members awarded Luksburg Foundation Collaboration Grants

Joya Helmuth

Three College of Science faculty members are among eight at Notre Dame to be awarded Luksburg Foundation Collaboration Grants for projects with Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (PUC) faculty in Santiago, Chile.

 

Through a generous gift, the Luksburg Foundation began this grant program in 2013 with Notre Dame International and the Kellogg Institute for International Studies

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Professor Robert Schuler Dies at age 91

Professor Robert Schuler Dies at age 91

Laura Mortlock-McMinn

We are saddened to report that Zahm Professor Emeritus Robert H. Schuler, passed away the morning of November 13, 2017. Bob Schuler was Director of the NDRL from 1975 to 1995, a 20-year period of growth and productivity that helped build our strong national and international reputation. In addition to his significant research accomplishments and recruiting and development successes, he was instrumental in constructing bridges to radiation chemistry groups in many countries throughout the world, the benefits of which are still felt today. His legacy continues to inform and support us.…

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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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