Materials

Inorganic/Organic/Materials Seminar

Date: 
Tue, 09/06/2016 - 15:30
Path: 
Inorganic
Materials
Organic
Type: 
Seminar
Room: 
1315 Chemistry (Seminar Hall)
Event Presenter: 
Prof. Hideo Nagashima
Event Presenter Institution: 
Kyushu University

Berry, Kiessling Among Vilas Honored Professors

Extraordinary members of the University of Wisconsin–Madison faculty were honored May 11 with awards supported by the estate of professor, Senator and Regent William F. Vilas (1840-1908).

Reactivity of anatase TiO2(001) and rutile TiO2(110) surfaces

Date: 
Thu, 05/12/2016 - 12:15
Path: 
Materials
Physical
Type: 
Seminar
Room: 
1315 Chemistry (Seminar Hall)
Event Presenter: 
Professor Bing Wang
Event Presenter Institution: 
Hefei national Lab for Physical Science
China

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Madison-made Electrolyte Going Big at Global Battery Manufacturer

Silatronix, a University of Wisconsin—Madison startup that has invented a safer electrolyte for the lithium-ion batteries used in phones, laptops and tablets, says its formulation has survived several years of evaluation and is now moving into pilot production at a major Japanese battery manufacturer.

Materials Development for Organics-based Redox Flow Batteries to Enable Durable Grid Energy Storage

Date: 
Mon, 05/16/2016 - 13:30
Path: 
Materials
Organic
Type: 
Seminar
Room: 
9341 Chemistry
Event Presenter: 
Prof. Xiaoliang Wei
Event Presenter Institution: 
PNNL

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Hamers Named 2016 Langmuir Lecturer

Professor Robert Hamers has been named the 2016 Langmuir Lecturer. The award, sponsored by the ACS journal Langmuir and the ACS Division of Colloid and Surface Chemistry, recognizes individuals working in fields related to colloid and surface chemistry. Hamers will present an award lecture at the upcoming ACS National Meeting in Philadelphia.

Making Molecules Comfy: Ultimate Challenge for Professor Mark Ediger

A small organic glass sample created in the Ediger Research Group displays an iridescent color
This sample of organic glass, made in Ediger’s lab, has been “pre-aged,” meaning it deforms more slowly than most glasses. Photo: Mark Ediger

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