Graduate student James Dean wins the second poster award in the Pittsburgh-Cleveland Catalysis Society Annual Meeting! Way to go James!
Great work guys!
PhD candidate Pavlo Kostetskyys and recent graduate Nick Zervoudis paper titled Carboranes: the strongest Bronsted acids in alcohol dehydration is highlighted as a cover of Catalysis Science and Technology. Great work guys!
Great job Michael!
PhD candidate Michael Taylor publishes a collaborative paper titled Molecular surgery on a 23-gold-atom nanoparticle in Science Advances. Great job Michael!
Prof. Mpourmpakis gives an invited talk in the South West Catalysis Society Symposium.
PhD candidate Natalie Austin publishes a new paper titled CO2 activation on Cu-based Zr-decorated nanoparticles in Catalysis Science and Technology. Congrats Natalie!
Great Work Xi!
Graduate student Xi Peng publishes a collaborative paper titled Potassium-Promoted Molybdenum Carbide as a Highly Active and Selective Catalyst for CO2 Conversion to CO in ChemSusChem. Great work Xi!
Congrats Pavlo and Nick!
PhD candidate Pavlo Kostetskyy and recent graduate Nick Zervoudis publish a new paper titled Carboranes: the strongest Brnsted acids in alcohol dehydration in Catalysis Science and Technology. Congrats Pavlo and Nick!!
NSF Career Award
GM was awarded the CAREER award by the National Science Foundation (NSF)!! This is NSFs most prestigious award in support of early-career faculty who have the potential to serve as academic role models in research and education and to lead advances in the mission of their department or organization.
Great Job Michael!
PhD candidate Michael Taylor received the Advancing Research Through Computing (ARC) 2017 Conference Best Poster award which came with a $500 travel stipend. Great Job Michael!!
Natalie Participates in the Nobel Laureate Meeting
PhD candidate Natalie Austin was awarded to participate in the 67th Nobel Laureate Meeting (focus on Chemistry) which will be held in Lindau Germany in June 2017. Congratulations Natalie!!