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  • Advanced Materials & Electrochemistry for Energy (AMEE) Research Group in the School of Chemical Engineering at Oklahoma State University is seeking exceptionally talented and motivated students to join our young and ambitious research team. Ph.D. positions area available in the area of advanced batteries (e.g. Li-Sulfur, Li-Oxygen and Na-Ion), fuel cells (e.g. solid-oxide fuel cells) and other energy conversion and storage-related areas.
       
  • Advanced Materials & Electrochemistry for Energy (AMEE) Research Group in the School of Chemical Engineering at Oklahoma State University has been established by Dr. Özgür Çapraz. 
       
  • Dr. Özgür Çapraz has accepted an assistant professor position in the School of Chemical Engineering at Oklahoma State University. His new position will begin on August 2018.

  • ​A new paper about the role of surface layer formation and scan rate on the strain evolution in Lithium Manganese Oxide electrode is available online, please check link.

  • ​Özgür Çapraz will be attending the upcoming Electrochemical Society meeting in Seattle and giving a talk about stress-strain evolutions in Li-ion cathode electrodes on May 15, 2018 (15:40h-16:00h, Room 613).  Abstract is available online, link.

  • A new paper about in situ detection of manganese ions during battery operation is published in J. Electrochemical Society ! link

  • An undergraduate research assistant, Catherine Farruggio, start working with  Özgür Çapraz in October 1, 2017. Her main project is to investage the role electrolyte species on the formation of cathode-electrolyte interface.   

  • Özgür Çapraz will be attending the upcoming AIChE meeting in Minneapolis and presenting poster on October 29, Sunday at 1-3:30 pm in Exhibit Hall B. Abstract is available online.​ 

  • Özgür Çapraz will be attending the International Conference on Advanced lithium Batteries for Automobile Applications in Chicago on October 23.