A Selected Video Hosted By Mei-Ling Shek 

pixabay drops of water 578897 180The science of nanomaterials is opening up an exciting number of new methods of solving many problems. In todays meeting, we will show a video of a presentation made by Professor Yi Cui at the Stanford Energy Seminar on February 29, 2016. Yi Cui will provide us with a look into his exploration of using nanomaterials for water related applications such as desalination, desalination batteries, sea water batteries, microbial fuel cells and microbial batteries.

Join in for this exciting look into our future!



Thursday Morning Meeting, April 21, 2016 8:00am - 9:30am
Free, No reservations required, but it would be appreciated if you register on our Meetup site.

Saratoga Federated Church, Richards Hall, 20390 Park Place, Saratoga, CA 95070
Enter on west side, corner of Oak Place and Saratoga-Los Gatos Rd (Highway 9).

 About The Video Presenter 

yi cui pic 4Yi Cui is an Associate Professor of Materials Science and Engineering. He studies nanoscale phenomena and their applications broadly defined. His research interests include nanocrystal and nanowire synthesis and self-assembly, electron transfer and transport in nanomaterials and at the nanointerface, nanoscale electronic and photonic devices, batteries, solar cells, microbial fuel cells, water filters and chemical and biological sensors. Professor Cui received his Ph.D from Harvard University.



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