Work by former group members Yanwei Lum (#2) and Gurudayal (#5) was featured in LBNL’s News Center article on the top ten solar fuels breakthroughs from the lab over the last 10 year. Source: How JCAP Is Making Solar Fuels Shine, March 3, 2020
Lingfei’s paper on design of experiment and machine learning for the optimization of p-type transparent conductors has been selected for inclusion in a Virtual Issue on Machine-Learning Discoveries in Materials Science. The Virtual Issue was curated by Anton O. Oliynyk and Jullian M. Buriak (Editor in Chief of Chemistry of Materials) and has 22 papers […]
Lingfei’s paper on combining strategic design of experiments with machine learning to optimize the synthesis of p-type transparent conductors has been published in Chemistry of Materials.
Guru and David’s paper on implementing a two-step sequential cascade for the electrochemical reduction of carbon dioxide has been accepted in ACS Applied Energy Materials.
Clarissa was honored with the Graduate Division’s 2019 Teaching Effectiveness Award. Her essay can be found here.
Ager Group members presented 3 talks and 2 posters at the 2019 Spring Meeting of the Materials Research Society, in Phoenix, AZ.
The group bade farewell to Gurudayal as he left for a position at PPG.
Lingfei gave a seminar entitled, “SVR in Materials Science,” and Clarissa presented “Neural Networks for Analysis of Large Diffraction Datasets” in MSE 242: Advanced Characterization Techniques.
Clarissa presented a talk entitled “Gold Epitaxy on MoS2 Creates Large Monolayer Strains” at the 2019 meeting of the Minerals, Metals, and Materials Society in San Antonio, TX.