Comet Calendar, The Official Event Calendar for UT Dallas en-us This week's events for Research at UT Dallas Ionic Conduction in Low-Dimensional Oxides and Solid State Fuel Cells Friday, Aug 1
(11 a.m. - 12 p.m.) Location: Natural Science and Engineering Research Laboratory (NSERL) 3.202.

Dr. Shriram Ramanathan, Associate Professor of Materials Science at Harvard University, will present his research on Ionic Conduction in Low-Dimensional Oxides and Solid State Fuel Cells. Discussion will include material synthesis influences in material science on the microstructure and composition of transition metal-oxides, high temperature ionic and electronic conduction, including examples and techniques which explore a multitude of disciplines:  environmental chemistry, computational science, and device engineering.  Developing opportunities facilitates additional studies in confined heterostructures, metastable oxide phases, and highlights areas of potential grown for mobile energy.

Research Lunch and Learn: Demystifying a Grant Proposal Solicitation and Award Document Monday, Aug 4
(12 p.m. - 1 p.m.)

This session will take an in depth look at a proposal solicitation, highlighting where to find key information about the funding program all investigators need to know before writing a grant proposal – we’ll explain what it all means.  We’ll also discuss an award document going over key terms and conditions of federally funded research.

Online registration at is required as space is limited.