Friday, September 15th, 2017 in HSCI-102 Students Poster Session: 11 pm – 1 pm in the University Student Union Ballrooms Technical Lectures: 1:30 pm – 5:00 pm in HSCI-102 Refreshments and appetizers will be served in HSCI-102 (1:30 & 3:30 pm) 1:30 pm: Meet and Greets 1:50 pm: Introductory Remarks 2:00 pm: Dr. Michael Sailor (UC San Diego) TBA 2:30 pm: Dr. Reginald… Read More »
Friday, September 9th, 2016 in HSCI-103 Students Poster Session: 12 pm – 1 pm in the University Student Union Ballrooms Technical Lectures: 1:30 pm – 5:00 pm in HSCI-103 Refreshments and appetizers will be served in HSCI-103 (1:30 & 3:30 pm) 1:30 pm: Meet and Greets 1:50 pm: Introductory Remarks 2:00 pm: Dr. Yadong Yin… Read More »
The KEMP Symposium with speakers from UC Irvine, UC Los Angeles, and other places will take place from 1:30 pm – 5:00 pm.
KEMP 2016 program has started. Here is a photo with the investigators and KEMP students.
Minue Perez will present “Rechargeable Lithium Batteries based on PAN-Sulfur Composites”.
2016 KEMP Summer Research Assistantship Application Submit the following application form (http://web.csulb.edu/colleges/cnsm/kemp/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/KEMP_application_2016.docx) before April 29, 2016 to participate in the KEMP program. KEMP_application_2016
The login page for the KEMP website is at http://tinyurl.com/kemplogin; students of the NSCI 485C course can submit paper reviews and reference lists, as well as share your experience on how to use equipment, including photos.
KEMP students are required to attend this lecture by Prof. Anslyn from the University of Texas Austin Title: Mimicking the series of taste and smell Location: USU theater Time: 11 am – 12 pm
3/9 – Cary Williams and Minue Perez 3/16 – Tyler Salners and Roxanne Jacobs 3/23 – Sylvia Wedderburn and Elizabeth Briley
All KEMP students are required to attend this colloquium.
Material Science Laboratory An advanced materials lab will teach essential skills and information for utilizing a cluster of instruments critical for energy related materials research, including instruments acquired by the proposed KEMP support. The learning outcome objectives are: Develop a knowledge of how to setup, and how to operate, various scientific apparatus used in the… Read More »
Material Science Colloquium A colloquium for materials science will teach KEMP students how to efficiently review the scientific literature and present important recent developments in energy materials research. The learning outcome objectives of colloquium are: Develop a fundamental knowledge of special topics in energy materials that do not fit into general fields Learn how to… Read More »
– Syllabus Download the KEMP-Syllabus-NSCI-490 (PDF). Overview Introduction to general principles of materials science and its application for sustainable energy resources including catalytic, photovoltaic, and thermoelectric materials based on bulk extended solids, nano-structural and/or nano-porous systems. Course Objectives Present the fundamental concepts of chemistry and physics necessary for an appreciation and understanding of energy related materials; to… Read More »
Directions to Hall of Science Building (HSCI) at CSU Long Beach, see image below:
Date: Friday, September 11, 2015 Location: HSCI – 103 at CSU Long Beach sponsored by “The W.M. Keck Foundation” Invited Talks in HSCI – 103 1:30pm: Stephan Haas, University of Southern California 2:00pm: Kyung Woon Jung, University of Southern California 2:30pm: Richard Kaner, University of California Los Angeles 3:10pm: Matt Law, University of California Irvine… Read More »