PD&GS Luncheon Seminar: Savannah Benjamin and Stefano Toso

Pdgs February 22

Postdoctoral scholars and graduate students associated with ND Energy faculty affiliates are invited to attend the monthly PD&GS Luncheon Seminar. Seminars provide a regular forum for group members to share their research projects, network with peers, and practice their communication skills before a major conference. Presenters also may opt to receive formal feedback on their presentations from their peers. 

The scheduled presentations for February's seminar are:

  • “Transformations of a Uranyl Hydroxide Phase: Probing Alteration Behavior through High Relative Humidity and Ionizing Radiation” by Savannah Benjamin (Burns lab)
  • "Lead Chalcohalide Nanocrystals and Chalcohalide-Perovskite Heterostructures" by Stefano Toso (Kuno lab)

Postdoctoral scholars and graduate students interested in attending can contact Koby Keck to RSVP.

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