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‘John Williams’

“Utilizing Toray Paper as a Metal-Free, High Surface Area Electrode for Photosystem I-Driven Mediated Electron Transfer” published in Energy Technology, selected as VINSE Spotlight Publication

May. 2, 2023—Christopher Stachurski is a 2021 PhD graduate from the Department of Chemistry under the direction of Drs. David Cliffel and Kane Jennings. He is current an Assistant Research Professor at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD working with Drs. Paul Trulove and David Durkin on using ionic liquids to modify biopolymers such as...

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Dissertation Defense: John Williams, II, Interdisciplinary Materials Science

Mar. 17, 2022—DISSERTATION DEFENSE John Williams II, Interdisciplinary Materials Science *Under the direction of Dr. David Cliffel “Novel Biohybrid Photovoltaics for Expeditionary Energy” March 18, 2022, 3:00PM 001 Engineering Science Building Shifts within the priorities of the Department of Defense have led to an increase in modernization efforts. The drive towards modernization and new technology has highlighted the operational need...

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IMS Conversation Hour

Oct. 1, 2021—The Vanderbilt University School of Engineering is hosting conversation hours discussing graduate programs. Be sure to tune in on October 19th at 7pm to see 4 of the Interdisciplinary Materials Science students talk about their graduate student experiences within the IMS program. Register HERE

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IMS Graduate Student John Williams II, promoted from Major to Lt. Colonel in the United States Army

Jul. 12, 2021—Congratulations to IMS graduate student John Williams II. John was promoted from Major to Lt. Colonel in the United States Army. Originally from Orlando, FL, John earned his BS in Chemistry & Life Science with a Nuclear Engineering Minor from the United States Military Academy, West Point, NY, in 2004. In 2008, He earned an...

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