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Congratulations to the COE student recipients of the Spring 2021 PEAK Experiences Awards. The PEAK Experiences Awards are a progressively structured sequence of opportunities designed to support learners as they continue climbing to new heights of achievement in undergraduate research and creative endeavor throughout their Northeastern journeys. PEAK Experience Ascent Awardees Ryan Brady, COE’22, Chemical […]
ChE DiPietro Assistant Professor Joshua Gallaway was awarded a $400K NSF CAREER award for “Engineering electrochemical reversibility in disordered materials for high energy density batteries.”
ChE Assistant Professor Joshua Gallaway has a new paper in Journal of The Electrochemical Society called “Bismuth Enables the Formation of Disordered Birnessite in Rechargeable Alkaline Batteries” authored by Postdoctoral Research Associate Andrea Bruck.
MIE Assistant Professor Hongli Zhu and ChE Assistant Professor Joshua Gallaway were awarded a $480K NSF grant for “Engineering the Metal Sulfide Interface in All Solid-State Batteries through Operando Study”.
AIChE-Boston recognized ChE undergraduate student Tyler McDonald, as the Outstanding Chemical Engineering Student for Northeastern University, for the 2018-2019 academic year.
ChE Assistant Professor Josh Gallaway’s group received a one-year, $104k grant from the Energy Storage Systems (ESS) program at Sandia National Lab for “Understanding Phase Change Processes of Energy Storage Materials,” which will support a collaboration between the Gallaway group and Dr. Timothy Lambert in the Department of Materials, Devices and Energy Technologies at Sandia.
ChE Assistant Professor Joshua Gallaway is trying to create a new style of battery that can not only store energy created by renewable power but has a long life, high energy output, and doesn't cost a lot. Source: News @ Northeastern Northeastern electrochemist Joshua Gallaway is trying to build a better battery. It’s not as […]
ChE DiPietro Assistant Professor Joshua Gallaway is researching how batteries work and what will make them run better. Source: News @ Northeastern Batteries, says electrochemist Joshua Gallaway, are essential to our everyday lives in ways they weren’t decades ago. Small batteries run our computers and cellphones, while huge batteries could power electric grids. Yet, the […]