Ji-Young Shin's Group
(Starting from Jan. 2023)
Jan. 2. 2023
Jingyuan Deng (Bruce, who graduated from NU-G30-Chem-Eng undergraduate program in 2016 and has been doing research at Cornell University) informed us that he received a Ph.D. degree from the Chemistry and Chemical Biology program at Cornell University last summer and is now working in the industry in the Bay Area. Congratulations!
Jan. 5. 2023
It was informed that Nguyễn Xuan Bạch (who graduated from NU-G30-Chem-Sci undergraduate program in 2021 and advanced into a Ph.D. program at Duke University) had received a prestigious award in evolutionary medicine. (refer to https://www.biochem.duke.edu/news/phd-student-bach-nguyen-selected-sit-international-student-advisory-board) Congratulations!
Jan. 15. 2023
Nathan Hikaru Faialaga (who graduated from NU-G30-Chem-Eng undergraduate program in 2017 and advanced into a Ph.D. program at MIT) has finished his Ph.D. degree at MIT and was promoted to a postdoctoral fellowship at Harvard University. Congratulations!
Lester Yang visited Nagoya University: He finished his Bachelor's degree from the NU-G30-Chem-Sci program in 2019 and his Master's degree from Berkeley University. He is currently working at Logitech. It was very nice to see him again!
Prof. Shin visited the Energy Department at Kyoto University for collaborative research. Assistant Prof. Hwang (who graduated from NU-G30-Chem-Sci undergraduate program in 2011 and Master's and Ph.D. programs at Kyoto University) has been conducting joint research on Organic Batteries with Prof. Shin.
Prof. Shin attended the 4th edition of International Conference on Materials Science and Engineering (Materials 2023) and gave an oral presentation. (Title: Exploration of Secondary Batteries with Porphyrinoid Electrode Materials)
Prof. Shin attended the 103rd CSJ Annual Meeting at the Tokyo University of Science (Li- and Na-organic cells with popyrroloid electrodes: OJi-Young Shin, JinKwang Hwang).