Research Group Awarded $325,000 NSF Grant | College of Arts & Sciences | Kent State University

Research Group Awarded $325,000 NSF Grant

Congratulations to Dr. Barry Dunietz, whose proposal has been recommended for funding by the Chemistry Division of the National Science Foundation.

Barry DunietzCongratulations to Dr. Barry Dunietz, whose proposal, “Charge Transfer, Injection and Mobility in Organic Semi-Conducting Materials: Modelling for Insight on Mechanistic Aspects,” has been recommended for funding by the Chemistry Division of the National Science Foundation. The $325,000 grant is intended to develop and implement computational models to study electron transfer and transport (ETT) processes involved in solar-to-electric energy conversion using organic materials. This also includes a broad impact educational component to provide high school students access to college-level chemistry curriculum and research activities.

POSTED: Wednesday, June 4, 2014 - 4:33pm
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