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Sustainability Students Awarded a First Place in Undergraduate Symposium

The Kent State Undergraduate Research Symposium was held April 5, 2018. College of Aeronautics and Engineering students Kyle W. Angermeier and Angela Deibel won first place in the category of Business Outreach at the Kent State Undergraduate Research Symposium. The pair’s oral presentation on the Deconstruction of a 150 kilowatt fuel cell, which was donated to Kent State University by FirstEnergy and manufactured by Ballard, topped the 200-plus participants research.

Angermeier and Deibel are from Yanhai Du, Ph.D.’s research group. Du’s Group contains postdoctoral researchers, graduate and undergraduate students and high school talents. Their research focuses on clean and renewable energy, including fuel cells, zero-emission vehicles, additive manufacturing and sustainability.

College of Aeronautics and Engineering
Fuel Cells, Clean Energy, and Sustainability

POSTED: Monday, April 16, 2018 - 1:37pm
UPDATED: Friday, August 10, 2018 - 1:16pm