- April 2018: Konstantin is selected to participate in the ECS Data Science Hack Week at the upcoming Electrochemical Society Meeting in Seattle, WA. Congrats!
- April 2018: Congratulations to Nadia for receiving the Milton E. Mohr Award! The award from the College of Engineering at UNL recognizes students based on their academic performance and potential for accomplishments in their specific field.
- February 2018: VA attends the Gordon Research Conference on Batteries in Ventura, CA.
- October 2017: VA receives a research grant from the American Chemical Society Petroleum Research Fund (ACS PRF) for research on catalytic CO2 conversion.
- May 2017: Our group is granted National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC) allocation award supported by the Department of Energy.
- April 2017: Our group receives XSEDE high-performance computing resource allocation award supported by National Science Foundation.
- April 2017: VA is one of the six recipients of Nebraska EPSCoR FIRST Award this year.
- February 2017: Nadia and Jason are both accepted and partially funded by the organizers to attend NSF/CECAM School on Computational Materials Science in July 2017, Lausanne, Switzerland. Congrats!
- December 2016: VA receives a joint Interdisciplinary Research Grant from UNL with Prof. Jian Wang from the Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering.
- November 2016: Our NSF MRSEC seed project is renewed for the second year.
- September 2016: We welcome Kaellen Miller to our group! Kaellen is a UNL undergraduate chemical engineering major and UCARE recipient.
- May 2016: Nadia Intan joins our group as a graduate student. Welcome!
- April 2016: VA receives the Layman Award from the University of Nebraska Foundation to support the project "Rational Design of Electrolytes for Next-Generation Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries from First-Principles Modeling."
- February 2016: Dr. Konstantin Klyukin joins the group as a postdoctoral researcher. Welcome Konstantin!
- January 2016: Zhen Jiang (Jason) joins the group as a graduate student. Welcome Jason!
- December 2015: VA receives his first grant at UNL — NSF MRSEC seed project “Understanding Electronic, Transport and Defect Properties of Low-Dimensional Ferroelectric Systems from First-Principles” and will be working in collaboration with Prof. Alexei Gruverman from the Department of Physics and Astronomy.
- September 2015: VA arrives to Lincoln, NE, to start his research at UNL.