Feb. 8, 2018
- Ryan Wu, a chemical engineering Ph.D. candidate in Professor Andre Mkhoyan's research group, has been selected for an Ovshinsky Student Travel Award to present his research on "Direct Observation of 2D Material Interfacial States within Devices Using STEM-EELS" at the 2018 March APS Meeting in Los Angeles, California. The Ovshinsky Student Travel Awards have been established to assist the careers of student researchers. The awards are named after Stanford and Iris Ovshinsky, who had a very strong interest and commitment to scientific education. The awards have been endowed by the Ovshinsky family, their colleagues at Energy Conversion Devices (ECD) companies and their numerous friends from many social, intellectual and business relationships. The awards are presented through the APS Division of Materials Physics (DMP). Ryan will be honored with a certificate and financial award at the DMP/DCMP reception at the March Meeting.
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