THE WORK FROM KOTOV LAB, “NEW GEL FOR HOLOGRAMS CREATION”, WAS SELECTED TO THE TOP 100 SCIENCE SPINOFFS AND HAS ENTERED 2 % OUT OF 5,000 GLOBAL SCIENCE SPINOFFS!

The work from Kotov Lab, “New gel for holograms creation”, was selected to the Top 100 Science Spinoffs and has entered 2 % out of 5,000 global science spinoffs according to the following criteria: uniqueness of the technology/product, high commercial potential and positive impact to the humanity’s well-being.

OUR GRADUATE STUDENTS PARTICIPATED TO THE ENGINEERING GRADUATE SYMPOSIUM AT THE U-M!

Our PhD students Ji-Young Kim, Yoonseob Kim, Douglas Montjoy, Terry Shyu, Siu on Tung, and Jihyeon Yeom presented their posters at the 10th EGS (Engineering Graduate Symposium) at the University of Michigan. And, our PhD student Ahmet Emre participated to the symposium as a session chair and judge.

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OUR ALUMNI CHRISTINE ANDRES WAS SELECTED IN THE 42ND CLASS OF AN AAAS SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY FELLOW AND WILL BE WORKING IN 2015 AND 2016 IN US CONGRESS IN WASHINGTON DC

Christine Andres, former PhD student,  was selected in the 42nd class of an AAAS Science and Technology Fellow and will be working in 2015 and 2016 in US Congress in Washington DC.  Her area of specialization (besides LBL nanocomposites) will be Diplomacy, Security, and Development area.

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