This year, Christine has been named a Clean Energy Institute (CEI) Graduate Fellow, which will fund her research in the group through the 2018-19 school year. She will also be a Data Intensive Research Enabling Clean Technologies (DIRECT) Trainee through the CEI. Congratulations, Christine!
This month, postdoctoral researcher Dr. Daniel “Dan” Tofan (Ph.D, MIT 2013) joined the Velian group. Welcome, Dan! This summer, we’ve been lucky to have Muammer Yaman (MS, Bilkent University, TR 2017), Benjamin “Ben” Mitchell (BS, Pitzer College 2018), Elizabeth Ramirez (BS, UW exp. 2022; CEI […]
Congratulations to Yuka and Christine, co-authors of a fully-funded ($96,413) Student Technology Fee (STF) proposal supporting a new Raman microscope for the Chemistry Department! The purchase of a new Raman instrument for our department will add new and exciting capabilities to our characterization facilities. We’re especially […]
Congratulations Andrew! This Mary Gates Fellowship Research Fellowship will fund Andrew over the summer quarter to pursue research in the group.
The Iota Sigma Pi national honor society awards this scholarship annually to recognize potential excellence in chemistry. This year, we are proud of Christine Chang to have earned it. Congratulations!!
It’s been a long and busy school year in the Velian group! A few updates since our last posting: In December, second-year graduate student Christine Chang (BS, Caltech 2013) joined the group. Welcome, Christine! In February, along with the other inorganic chemistry groups at UW, we welcomed […]
We set out to experience the lush vegetation of the Pacific Northwest mountains in a first group hike. In the morning we trailed to Lake 22, located on the northern shoulder of Mount Pilchuck, and spent the afternoon at the house-warming barbecue at the home Alexandra […]
We love logging our experiments in a shared electronic notebook, and we are grateful to LabArchives for awarding us the LabArchives Developmental Grant for their ELN. Find the application for this grant here: http://www.labarchives.com/lagrant/