CCST Named Seminar Speaker

Nenad Markovic
Argonne National Laboratory

George C. A. Schuit Lecture

November 17, 2017
10:00 AM in 102 Colburn Lab

“The Renaissance of Electrochemistry”

Nenad Markovic is a Distinguished Fellow, Group Leader, and Chief Scientist for the Joint Center for Energy Storage Research at Argonne National Laboratory. Previously he was a Staff Scientist and Principal Investigator at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory from 1991-2005. He received his B.Sc., MsD and Ph.D. degrees all from the University of Belgrade, and served as Group Leader at the Institute of Electrochemistry, University of Belgrade. He is one of the pioneers of the development of electrocatalyst materials for fuel cells and electrolyzers. More recently he has advanced a surface science-based approach to advance lithium ion battery technologies.

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MAKING BETTER MATERIAL FOR FUEL CELLS

Weiqing Zheng, a research associate at the Catalysis Center for Energy Innovation; Liang Wang, an associate scientist in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, examine a sample in the laboratory.

Ajay K. Prasad, Suresh G. Advani, Dionisios Vlachos, Yushan Yan

UD researchers make material to make fuel cells more durable, less expensive

September 04, 2017

A team of UD engineering faculty members brought their research groups together for a fuel cell innovation. This illustration includes, Ajay K. Prasad, Engineering Alumni Distinguished Professor and chair of the Department of Mechanical Engineering; Suresh G. Advani, George W. Laird Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering; Dionisios Vlachos, Allan and Myra Ferg

uson Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and director of the Catalysis Center for Energy Innovation; Yushan Yan, Distinguished Engineering Professor in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and the Associate Dean for Research and Entrepreneurship for the College of Engineering.

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ACS Catalysis Early Career Editorial Board

Bingjun Xu

Bingjun Xu named to the first ACS Catalysis Early Career Editorial Board

April 26, 2017

ACS Catalysis has formed the first Early Career Editorial Board to advise the editors about issues related to emerging trends in catalysis science, scientific publishing, and to represent this important constituent of ACS Catalysis readership. We are pleased that Bingjun Xu, Assistant Professor of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering and CCST member has been selected for this first Early Career Editorial Board. The members are individuals close to the start of their professional careers and have been recommended by the senior ACS Catalysis editorial board. They are expected to be part of the board for only a few years.

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