The 2018 NANO Conference, which took place at the City University of Hong Kong in late June, was spearheaded by the International Committee on Nanostructured Materials (ICNM) and is a traditional meeting place for nanomaterials researchers. There, state-of-the-art research and the latest advanced findings in the field are presented.
Ph.D. student Hui-Chun Fu and postdoctoral fellow Purushothaman Varadhan, researchers from KAUST Professor Jr-Hau He's lab, presented the findings of their research at the conference, winning two prestigious awards: the Materials Today Rising Star Poster Award (Silver Award) and the NANO2018 Session Theme Poster Award. Research in He's lab focuses on converting solar energy into a storable form of energy such as hydrogen and other fuels to use in the renewable energy market.
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