Physics colloquium tackles nanoelectricalfuel flow batteries
The Department of Physics at Illinois State University will kick off the Fall 2016 Colloquium Series at 4 p.m. Tuesday, September 27, in Moulton Hall, Room 214.
First in the series will be “The Science and Engineering of Nanoelectrofuel Flow Battery Development” presented by Professor Carlo Segre of the Illinois Institute of Technology’s Department of Physics.
His research centers around the structure and electronic properties of complex materials including superconducting, magnetic, catalytic, and energy storage materials.
For additional information on the talk, contact the Department of Physics at (309) 438-8756.