July 2019: Soroosh passed her comprehensive exam and she is now a PhD candidate.
July 2019: Kaleab successfully defended his MS thesis and continues his PhD degree in the EEML.
May 2019: Soroosh was awarded College of Engineering Scholar Award to recognize high impact publications.
April 2019: Kaleab gave a poster presentation entitled “Microstructural effects on photocatalytic performance in Bi2MoO6/Ag3PO4 Z-Scheme systems” at Materials Research Society (MRS), Phoenix, AZ
March 2019: Kaleab and Xavier presented their recent research results entitled “Microstructural effects on photocatalytic performance in Bi2MoO6/Ag3PO4 Z-Scheme systems” at ACS National Meeting at Orlando, FL
March 2019: Soroosh’s paper has been accepted in Journal of Industrial & Engineering Chemistry .
November 2018: Soroosh presented her two papers at the Southeastern Regional Meeting of ACS (SERMACS) 2018.
September 2018: Hyeunhwan’s paper has been accepted in Chemical Engineering Journal.
September 2018: Matthew was awarded the competitive scholarship “NV Energy – Renewable Energy Fellowship”.
September 2018: Soroosh’s paper has been accepted in Journal of Industrial & Engineering Chemistry.
July 2018: Soroosh’s paper has been accepted in Chemical Engineering Journal.
June 2018: Kaleab joined our group as an M.S. graduate student. Welcome!
May 2018: Dale defended his doctoral dissertation and graduated. Congratulations, Dr. Karas!
April 2018: The EEML members attended the MRS Spring meeting (Phoenix, AZ): Dale gave an oral presentation, and Matt and David presented their poster at the conference.
March 2018: Dale attended the 255th ACS national meeting to give an oral presentation about his research, “Scatter Function Determination of High-Temperature, Inorganic Oxide Solar Absorber Coating Morphology”
February 2018: Hyeunhwan’s paper has been accepted in Nanotechnology
November 2017: The Ph.D. students (Dale, Soroosh and Charles) participated in the ACS annual undergraduate/graduate student poster competition exposition.
August 2017: Two EEML teams (Dale-Idalia and Soroosh-Robert) in the Summer REX program presented the research results that they had performed during the summer.
May 2017: Our research regarding nanomaterials coatings for concentrated solar receivers was introduced through NSF Solar Energy Water Nexus Notes. Read Full Stroy.
November 2016: Undergraduate student, Cilla Jose won first place in a poster competition for the Southern Nevada Division of the American Chemical Society.