NEWS

Huge congrats to Nik for having his work on non-aqueous GDEs for ammonia synthesis featured as this month's cover @NatureCatalysis! Turns out isolation proved a good time to learn to make 3D illustrations in #blender.

Check out the article here: https://rdcu.be/b3WDe

Do you want to become an excellent graduate student? @IbehOmodolor, Hope Otor & friends have organized a webinar to give you some advice: Saturday, 5/16 at 3 pm (info below). Everyone is welcome to attend! [RT's appreciated] @UToledo @UToledoCoE @NSBE @PhdExhausted @Dissertating

Post Doc Opportunity: Looking for a post doc with experience/interest in electrochemistry, electrochemical energy conversion, storage, membranes, water. Interested applicants please DM me for more information. Please RT #membrane @MembraneSociety @ECSorg

We've had two virtual birthday parties in the last couple of weeks! Good thing @KManthiram brought the candles. #HappyBirthday to Zack and Kindle, our resident April babies! #Zoom #AnotherYearCloserToPhD

We're terrible at tweeting stuff right when it happens, but isolation is an opportune time for #throwback to just a few weeks ago, when we went out and got ice cream to celebrate the temperature passing 20pi Fahrenheit. #SuchSweetTimes #TeaAndCoffeeFlavsForDays

Our group at Northeastern is looking for a post-doc in the area of solid electrolytes for Li-ion batteries. We're electrochemical engineers who look at cells holistically. If you know anyone who might be interested please pass it on. Thank you!
https://careers.hrm.northeastern.edu/en-us/job/502806/postdoctoral-research-associate

We're "hard at work" @BrookhavenLab - definitely "totally focused on XAS"

Gotta stay awake somehow 🚲🚲🚲🚲

#StayBetweenTheLines #AvoidTheWhiteLine #XraySafety #WhyArentYouGuysWearingHelmetsTho

🗞️ ☀️ This week in MITEI news: cheaper solar cells + understanding combustion + greener raw materials for consumer products: https://mailchi.mp/mit.edu/152-the-cheaper-solar-cells-edition

@KManthiram @ManthiramLab @MITEnergyConf @ClimateMIT @MITGlobalChange @MITMechE @MITEngineering

My annual announcement:

If you are working alone in the lab over winter break, be safe! There may be times when you are the only person in the building. Let a friend or labmate know what time you plan to be in the lab & what time you plan to be home.

#chemtwitter #chemsafety

At our annual All-You-Can-Eat Sushi outing, we welcomed Katie to the team! You know what they say: labs that eat together publish well-written, reproducible, fundamentally sound science together! #DoTheySayThat #WeDontCare #WeTryItAnyway #DelishFish #AndFriedRiceForNateDogg

Another well-earned doctoral candidacy was won today, by our very own Minju! Congrats on passing your thesis proposal! #JustInTimeForTheParty #축하합니다 #BossLady

Insightful seminar @MITChemE today by @SmithElectroLab who shared exciting work from the nanometer to kilometer scale for electrolysis! #electronsFTW @CUBoulder @NREL @tudelft

What an awesome talk from @KManthiram @ManthiramLab to end the NAS two-day workshop on “Advances in Electrochemistry”. He talked on the use of N2, H2O, and CO2 as the building blocks for chemicals we want and need!

October is over & everyone has moved on to AIChE fun, so here are our October travel highlights. #WeAreBadAtTwitter We have O-subgroup on our first group beamline trip @BerkeleyLab; Zack with Prof. em. Jean-Michel Savéant for #CVIS @ParisDiderot; and our jaunt to #ECS236!

It’s #PostdocAppreciationWeek! Thanks to our amazing postdocs for all they do. Check out the posts in our #WhiteheadPostdocProfiles series to meet some of them, learn about their research, and hear how they balance a full life with their science. #NPAW #NPAW2019

@TuftsEngineer @TuftsUniversity @KWhiteheadLab Next, @KManthiram taught us about "electrifying chemical synthesis," in his words. It will be exciting to see what opportunities electrochemistry opens up for greener chemical processes--a little potential seems to go a long way. How well will it scale? Time will tell.

Congrats to Joy on being selected for the @MathWorks Engineering #Fellowship! She has done a lot of great modeling work in her research using @MATLAB. A well-deserved honor! @MITChemE #SoManyPlots

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