Yifan successfully defended her thesis titled “Towards More Sustainable Natural Gas Utilization Process Through Catalyst Design and Process Intensification.” Thanks for all your great work and good luck starting your new position
The McKone Lab has much to celebrate this summer including recent publications by: Evan; James in collaboration with the Matson Lab at U of Rochester; and Becca, Zach, Thomas, and McKone Lab
Zach’s thesis is titled “Analytical Techniques and Materials Discovery for Redox Flow Batteries.” Great job and thanks for all the awesome work you have done in the McKone lab. We will miss
Our chemistry collaborators from the University of Rochester sent one of their own PhD students, Mamta, to work with us for a week and learn about putting together redox flow batteries and
Evan’s defense was titled “Metal Oxides for Hydrogen Activation and Sustainable Chemical Conversions” Great job Evan!
Congrats team FlowCellutions! Last week, Becca, Priscilla from Fullerton Lab and Maya from CMU Chemical Engineering won FIRST PRIZE at the RFBIC. Great job team and we are excited to see your
Becca is featured by Pitt’s Big Idea Center Blog! She gives some insight into our lab’s work developing a miniature flow battery capsule to be plugged into a high through-put testing system.
Great job Sammie for passing the quals!! For context- the qualifying exam has a few parts: reading a research paper outside of your field and learning about this new research area, presenting
Evan, Becca, Jeff, and Todd attended the American Institute of Chemical Engineers Annual Conference in Boston last week! They had a great time networking, attending and learning from talks, and exploring the
FlowCellutions won first prize in the Kuzneski Cup! This was a competition officiated by Pitt’s Big Idea Center sponsored by the Kuzneski family. The team consisted of Becca from our lab, Priscilla from