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Prof. Leite Awarded APS Ovshinsky Sustainable Energy Fellowship

Prof. Leite Awarded APS Ovshinsky Sustainable Energy Fellowship

Professor Marina Leite (UMERC/IREAP/MSE) has been selected to receive this year's Ovshinsky Sustainable Energy Fellowship from the American Physical Society

The Ovshinsky Sustainable Energy Fellowship was established in 2013 to recognize and provide funding for promising research aimed at energy sustainability. It aims to stimulate and support the incubation stage of highly creative and innovative ideas of young scientists working on the problems of energy sustainability. The Ovshinsky Fellowship consists of $15,000, given to the awardee’s institution by the American Physical Society for the purpose of the recipient’s energy sustainability research.

As part of the Fellowship, Professor Leite will give an invited talk at the upcoming American Physical Society Meeting in March or April of 2017.

Visit the American Physical Society website for more information.

August 31, 2016


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