Despite the successes brought about by the incorporation of nanostructured materials in fuel cells, solar cells, and other devices, we are still far away from possessing a solid understanding of what is really going on at the nanoscale. Many critical questions remain. For example:
- What are the dimensions over which energy transfer or charge transfer reactions can effectively occur?
- Is there such a thing as too small? If the periodicity of a nanostructured materials interface is smaller than the characteristic energy transfer dimension, the answer may be yes.
- How do kinetic properties scale at small dimensions-is there more than simple surface area scaling at work?
- In Partnership With the Colorado School of Mines, The CoorsTek Research Fellows Program Leads the Way In Academic Ceramic Research
“The CoorsTek Research Fellows Program attracts students who have been recognized as top academics coming into School of Mines from all over the world. In 2017, South Korean National Yewon Shin joined …
- CCAC at the March 2020 APS Meeting
Sean Jones will be presenting work done in collaboration with Harvey L. Guthrey (NREL), John Moseley (NREL), Brian Gorman (Colorado School of Mines) at the March APS Meeting. See more information here …
- Submit Abstracts for GRADS NOW!!!!
Have you submitted an abstract for the GRADS symposium yet? It’s time to do it now. Submissions are accepted until January 25, 2020. You can choose between an oral or a poster presentation (and the po …