The Michaelis group welcomes new graduate students Riley, Brittney and Madhu.
Read more here: https://www.ualberta.ca/science/science-news/2019/may/2019-excellence-in-teaching-and-research
Read Here: https://www.ualberta.ca/science/science-news/2019/july/diversity-in-chemistry
The group is excited to share the news that Michelle was awarded with the best PChem 502 award today. Very proud!
Congrats to Prof. Michaelis for receiving the 2019 Petro-Canada Young Innovators Award (Suncor & University of Alberta). Award recognizes, promotes and support outstanding and innovative researchers whose academic work benefits the learning environment of their department and whose research has potential to be of significance to society at large.
Michelle using endogenous radicals inherent in hydride terminated nanoparticles to induce high polarization on Si-29 nuclear spins.
RSC Link To Manuscript Mechanochemical Synthesis of 0D and 3D Cesium Lead Mixed Halide Perovskites Abhoy Karmakar, Mya S Dodd, Xiaoyue Zhang, Meagan Oakley, Mariusz Klobukowski and Vladimir K. Michaelis Abstract: A simplified mechanochemical synthesis approach for Cs-containing mixed halide perovskite materials of lower and higher dimensionality (0D and 3D, respectively) is presented with stoichiometric control […]