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Congratulations to Dr. Yugang Sun on receiving tenure and are promoted in rank to Full Professor
Congratulations to Siyu Wu and Qilin Wei on receiving 2021 Francis H. Case Research Award!
Congratulations to Kowsalya Devi Rasamani on receiving 2020 CST Outstanding Research Assistant (RA) Awards!
Congratulations to Dr. Abeyweera to beome the first PhD of Sun group!
Congratulations to Kowsalya Devi (KD) and Xinyan on receiving the “Dissertation Grant”
Congratulations to Sasitha on receiving the “Daniel Swern Research Award”! Well Done, Sasitha!
Welcome new graduate students, Shea Stewart and Shaoyang Wu, to join Sun group!
The 4th year graduate student, Sasitha, receive a Guy Allen Award for Outstanding Teaching for the 2018-2019 Academic Year
Read more at energy.gov >New Microwave Synthesis Technique Produces More Affordable Hydrogen
Storing energy from sunlight or wind inside the bonds of a hydrogen (H2) molecule would let intermittent renewable energy power fuel cells, providing electricity on demand. The scalable production of H2, created by splitting apart water (H2O), depends on how well the catalysts drive the reaction. Thus far, platinum catalysts are the best, but the metal’s scarcity and cost is problematic. A layered material shows great promise as a low-cost alternative. Scientists showed that a microwave synthesis technique helps create the new material, a nanostructured molybdenum disulfide, and gives the catalyst an improved ability to produce hydrogen.
Microwave-prepared molybdenum disulfide material has the potential to be an affordable alternative to the expensive platinum catalysts that are currently used. The performance exceeds that of MoS2 materials made via other synthetic methods.Continue reading New Microwave Synthesis Technique Produces More Affordable Hydrogen
Dr. Sun is recognized as one of the 2015 Highly Cited Researchers in Materials Science by Thomson-Reuters
Dr. Sun starts his first day at Temple with empty office and labs on January 11, 2016
was posted on 2016-01-14