Yuto has been named one of MIT Technology Review’s list of Innovators Under 35 (IU35) Japan for his development of a “next-generation battery” that does not use rare materials.
Yuto was recognized at the IU35 Japan Summit in Nihonbashi, Japan on December 15, 2022, which he attended virtually.
Congratulations to Shanlin and Lisa!
Title: Exploring the hardness and high-pressure behavior of osmium and ruthenium-doped rhenium diboride solid solutions
Chenxiang gave a talk entitled “Relating Carbon-Based Charge Storage by Ligand Chemistry of Carbon Nanodots.”
Prof. Kaner has been named on the annual Highly Cited Researchers™ 2022 list from Clarivate, placing them among world’s most influential scholars, based on citations!
Read more: https://www.chemistry.ucla.edu/news/highly-cited-researchers-2022-list/
Congratulations to Dr. Cheng-Wei Lin for receiving the 2022 Chemistry & Biochemistry Postdoctoral Award at our annual departmental awards ceremony on May 13, 2022.
Congratulations to Mackenzie and Shanlin! Mackenzie will be the William F. Libby Teacher-Scholar at UCLA, and Shanlin will work at Applied Materials.
Former graduate students, Wai and Lisa, also attended the commencement ceremony because they couldn’t due to COVID!
Congratulations to Yuto!
Title: A 3D-Printed, Freestanding Carbon Lattice for Sodium Ion Batteries
Congratulations to Lisa and Shanlin!
Title: Enhanced Hardening Effects on Molybdenum-Doped WB2 and WB2–SiC/B4C Composites
Congratulations to Yuto! Thank you Shuangmei, a former visiting researcher, for providing us a cool cover art!
Title: Macro- and Nano-Porous 3D-Hierarchical Carbon Lattices for Extraordinarily High Capacitance Supercapacitors
Title: Macroporous Graphene Frameworks for Sensing and Supercapacitor Applications