Exploring the Electrochemistry of Water-Based Batteries
Before renewable energy sources can be fully integrated into the electric grid, scientists must develop advanced batteries that can store these intermittent sources of power.
SBU’s Qiang Li Collaborated on Discovery That Can Advance Quantum Computing
The team discovered a light symmetry switch that creates the opportunity to carry a dissipationless electron current, which can be useful in wide-scale adoption of quantum computing.
Pavlos Kollias Receives AGU Atmospheric Sciences Ascent Award
The award annually recognizes five exceptional, mid-career scientists for their excellence in research and leadership in the atmospheric and climate sciences.
New ‘Genomic’ Method Reveals Atomic Arrangements of Battery Material
The technique is in some ways a form of reverse engineering that uses computer algorithms to build and evaluate all the plausible structures of a material.
Adjunct Professor Stephen Schwartz Receives International Aerosol Fellow Award
His research helps determine the extent human activity has increased aerosol levels in the atmosphere, how air pollution impairs health and how diseases like COVID-19 spread.
ATLAS Experiment Upgrade Wins DOE Project Management Award
The upgrade will enable scientists to collect 10 times more data from particle collisions, observe very rare processes and make new discoveries about how the universe works.