Month: March 2020

  • Alumni Wins NSF: GRFP Fellowship

    Congratulations to our former undergraduate team member and MXene manufacturing senior design team leader Nick Trainor, who won a prestigious NSF graduate fellowship. Nick is pursuing PhD research on 2D materials at Penn State now. 

  • Congratulations to Bilen!

    Congratulations to Bilen Akuzum, who successfully defended his PhD thesis today titled, “Flowable (Semi-Solid) Electrodes for Scalable Energy Storage”.

  • NMG Alum Wins NSF CAREER

    Congratulations to our alumna, Prof. Prineha Narang of Harvard University, who recently won a prestigious NSF Career Award.   

  • MXene’mum production—two improvements in MXene processing

    Check out a nice article about our scale-up work and Prof. Michel Barsoum’s non-aqueous etching, featured by the American Ceramic Society: ‘ ‘MXene’mum production—two improvements in MXene … › Ceramic Tech Today › Nanomaterials

  • Knitted Devices Power Up Wearable Electronics

    Congratulations to Ariana, Simge, Mark and their co-authors on a coverage of their work published in Materials Today:

  • Drexel’s 40 Under 40

    Congratulations our alumna Maria Lukatskaya, PhD ‘15,  on being selected among Drexel 40 under 40!   Maria is now a faculty member in one of the best universities in the world – ETH Zurich.   Congratulations to Maria!

  • 2020 Drexel Materials Awards Lunch

    Congratulations to our group members who were recognized during the Materials Awards Lunch today: Liz, Simge, Christine, Asia, Xuehang, Bilen and Tyler. Here are awards not listed in the program, but announced during the luncheon: -Tyler Mathis and Xuehang Wang: DOE EFRC Team Science Award-Simge Uzun and Bilen Akuzum: DOE EFRC Video Competition – Best…

  • About MXenes

    Check out our new “About MXenes” handout and learn all about MXenes

  • Making More MXene — Researchers Unveil a Scalable Production System for the Promising, 2D Nanomaterials

    For more than a decade, two-dimensional nanomaterials, such as graphene, have been touted as the key to making better microchips, batteries, antennas and many other devices. But a significant challenge of using these atom-thin building materials for the technology of the future is ensuring that they can be produced in bulk quantities without losing their…

  • Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting 2020

    Drexel PhD Candidate Ariana Levitt (advisors: Y. Gogotsi and G. Dion) and former visiting doctoral student, Ameer Al-Temimi from Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin für Materialien und Energie (co-advised by Y. Gogotsi), have both been selected for the 70th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting 2020. This meeting brings together excellent young scientists of all natural science disciplines. They will…