Congratulations to Diana for winning this prestigious award.
Lindsay is the first graduate of our group, finishing with a MS degree in materials science and engineering. She will be starting in General Motor’s Technical Rotation (TRACK) program. Lindsay initiated our research on single-particle cycling of Li-ion battery materials.
We welcome Jinhong Min, a new PhD student, into the group.
Congratulations to Diana for giving the first student talk for the group at the Electronic Materials Symposium.
Yiyang gives two “virtual” talks at MRS. Videos included here
Yiyang gives a department seminar on his work in neuromorphic computing. See the video here:
We welcome Lindsay Gubow as a MS student in the group. Lindsay will be working on NMC and NCA battery cathodes.
Yiyang’s new paper “Filament-free bulk resistive memory enables deterministic analogue switching,” has been published in Advanced Materials. This is the first paper describing the primary research approach of our group on neuromorphic computing.
Article at https://doi/full/10.1002/adma.202003984
We welcome new PhD students, Jingxian Li and Diana Kim to the group.