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Prof. Marina Leite's work featured on cover of Joule

Prof. Marina Leite's work featured on cover of Joule


Machine Learning for Perovskites' Reap-Rest-Recovery Cycle
John M. Howard, Elizabeth M. Tennyson, Bernardo R.A. Neves and Marina S. Leite

Joule 3(2) 325-337 (2019)
doi:10.1016/j.joule.2018.11.010
Machine Learning for Perovskites' Reap-Rest-Recovery Cycle
John M. Howard, Elizabeth M. Tennyson, Bernardo R.A. Neves and Marina S. Leite
Joule 3(2) 325-337 (2019)

Prof. Marina Leite's research on using machine-learning methods for studying perovskite materials appears this month on the cover of the journal Joule. Special congratulations to John Howard, Elizabeth Tennyson, Bernardo Neves, and Prof. Leite for this recognition.

February 25, 2019


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