Our group has multiple ongoing funding opportunities, from both industrial and governmental sources. We are also fortunate to have philanthropic funding, as Dr. Esther Takeuchi is the William and Jane Knapp Chair in Energy and the Environment.
Dr. Esther Takeuchi is the Director of an Energy Frontier Research Center (EFRC) funded by the Department of Energy (DOE). Dr. Amy Marschilok is the Deputy Director. Link: m2M/t EFRC
Our students have also procured funding through various fellowships, listed below.
NSF GRFP Fellows (2019): Diana Lutz, Chris Tang
NSF GRFP Fellows (2015) : Andrea Bruck, Matthew Huie
GAANN Fellows (2019-2020): Mikaela Dunkin, Alison McCarthy
GAANN Fellows (2018-2019): Mikaela Dunkin, Alison McCarthy, Genesis Renderos
GAANN Fellows (2017-2018) : Alyson Abraham
Turner Dissertation Fellows (2020-2021): Genesis Renderos
Please visit our Resources tab to learn more about our funding, lab locations, and instrumentation!
The Marschilok-Takeuchi group is dedicated to advancing fundamental energy storage science while helping develop the next generation of energy storage specialists. Currently, science is done in a traditional way--one principal investigator and one student work together on one project. Our aim is to create a new way of mentoring students by having three principal investigators (Dr. Esther Takechi, Dr. Kenneth Takeuchi, and Dr. Amy Marschilok) all jointly advising each group member on a number of collaborative projects.
Dr. Esther Takeuchi's years in industry and acclaim in the energy storage field have allowed her to build unique connections and opportunities for our group members. Her goal is to integrate academia, national laboratories, such as our neighbor Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL), and industry to create a scientific system in the United States that benefits all sectors. To this aim, our group members work closely with BNL scientists Dr. David Bock and Dr. Lei Wang to advance their projects, funded through both industry and government. If you are interested in learning more or wish to join our unique group, please visit our Contact Us page.
News & Announcements
Congratulations to Lisa and Alyson for successfully defending their dissertations! (May 2020)
Lisa Housel was named the recipient of the 2020 Energy Technology Division Graduate Student Award sponsored by Bio-Logic by the Electrochemical Society. To read more about the award, click here. To read Lisa's talk abstract, click here. Congratulations Lisa! (May 2020)
Lisa Housel was named a recipient of the Chemistry Award for Outstanding Doctoral Student, and Alyson Abraham received the Chemistry Award for Excellence in Doctoral Research from the Chemistry Department at SBU. Congratulations to you both! (April 2020)
Genesis Renderos was just named a 2020-2021 Turner Dissertation Fellow. Congratulations to Genesis! You can learn more about the fellowship here.
Dr. Esther Takeuchi contributed to a C&EN article in the Nov 18, 2019 issue titled "Peeking inside energy devices," which discusses new in-situ and operando techniques for analyzing battery systems. Our group's use of EDXRD (energy dispersive X-ray diffraction) is highlighted via this paper. Check it out here!
Congratulations to Gurpreet, Mallory, and Nahian on passing their first meeting and advancing to candidacy! (Nov-Dec 2019)
Alison, Mikaela, and Chris T. all passed their prelimary meeting and are now Ph.D. candidates. Congrats everyone! (Aug-Dec 2019)
We are welcoming 3 new graduate students to our lab: Chris, Tyler, and Jason! (Aug 2019)
Group members Killian and Dave presented at the EFRC Principal Investigator's meeting in Washington, D.C., along with Calvin, Lisa, and Lei. Great job everyone!
m2M/t Director and SUNY Distinguished Professor, Esther Takeuchi, received an honorary degree from Notre Dame University and was invited to give the main address at the Notre Dame University Graduate School Commencement ceremony on May 18, 2019. You can view her address below.
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