m2M senior investigator, Guihua Yu (University of Texas, Austin) was selected by The Minerals, Metals, and Materials Society (TMS) to receive its 2017 Early Career Faculty Fellow Award. For more information, click here.
The fall issue of the Frontiers in Energy Research, the EFRC newsletter, features recent work of the m2M Center in the article "Illuminating Batteries with Brilliant X-rays.”
Congratulations to SBU graduate student, Jianping Huang, who won the 2016 Mow Shiah Lin Scholarship. Please see BNL announcement.
The current issue of the Frontiers in Energy Research, the newsletter of the Energy Frontier Research Centers, highlights the work of m2M research in a piece title "Advancing Batteries: Recharge, Regenerate, Recycle." Connect to the highlight here: EFRC newsletter.
m2M's Principal Investigator, Joseph DeSimone (UNC, Chapel Hill) has been selected to receive the U.S. National Medal of Technology and Innovation, the highest honor for technological achievement bestowed by the United States Government. Read the White House press release.
m2M held a Cross-Cutting Microscopy mini-workshop recently at Stony Brook University's Advanced Energy Center. In attendance were (from l to r) Feng Wang (BNL), Lijun Wu (BNL), m2M COO Amy Marschilok (Stony Brook), m2M Director Esther Takeuchi (Stony Brook), Robert Hull (RPI), Yimei Zhu (BNL), and Eric Stach (BNL).
annual meeting was held in mid-July, bringing together Senior Personnel, postdocs,
and graduate students from all partner institutions, along with the Center's Scientific
Advisory Board members and Institutional Representative Board. With student and postdoc
poster sessions and senior personnel research talks, it was an occasion for members
to collaborate in person and discuss their research progress.
Energy Storage EFRC's were invited to attend a one day Energy Storage Needs Workshop held at Brookhaven National Laboratory and co-hosted by m2M. The workshop's purpose was bring together the energy storage centers, provide opportunities for future synergistic collaborations, and to highlight and develop new opportunities for advanced characterization relevant to energy storage. Pictured here are the over 60 attendees representing the energy storage Hub, JCESR, and EFRCs m2M, CEES, NECCES, scientists from BNL's NSLS-II and CFN, and members of NY-BEST.
The current issue of Frontiers in Energy Research, the EFRC Newsletter developed by early career scientists who are tackling the grand challenges in their EFRCs, is now available.
Stanislaus S. Wong (m2M Senior Personnel, Stony Brook University), is the 2015 recipient of the American Chemical Society (ACS) Inorganic Nanoscience Award. Announcements of the award can be found at C&EN News, BNL site, Stony Brook News.
Alan West (m2M Senior Personnel, Columbia University) received the ECS 2014 Electrodeposition Division Research Award. This award was established in 1979 to recognize outstanding research contributions to the field of electrodeposition.
Joseph DeSimone (m2M Senior Personnel, UNC Chapel Hill) was elected to the Institute of Medicine, a distinction also marked by making him one of less than twenty individuals who have been elected to all three branches of the National Academies: Institute of Medicine (2014), National Academy of Sciences (2012) and the National Academy of Engineering (2005). For more info visit the National Academies press release.