Month: November 2015

Prof. Brinkman delivers a series of Keynote and Invited lectures in Europe

Kyle Brinkman, “Multiphase ceramic composites for energy conversion and storage” in 4th International Symposium on Energy Challenges and Mechanics- working on small scales, August 11-13th, Aberdeen, Scotland UK (2015). Keynote   Kyle Brinkman, “Multiphase Ceramic Composites for Membrane Separations and Nuclear Waste Immobilization- The Role of the Interface” the European Congress and Exhibition on Advanced …

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Summer Undergraduate Research Opportunities in the Brinkman Group: NSF REU Program

Structure Property Relations in Ceramic Composites for Energy Conversion and Storage Mixed ionic-electronic conductors are widely used in devices for energy conversion and storage. Grain boundaries in these materials have nanoscale spatial dimensions, which can generate substantial resistance to ionic transport due to dopant segregation. Lower resistance to ionic transport may improve the performance of …

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