Chemical Engineering & Materials Science

Jason Nicholas wins NSF CAREER Award

Research on Solid Oxide Fuel Cells is aimed at reducing operating temperatures and costs.
A $400,000 NSF CAREER Award for Jason Nicholas of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science will aid his research on Solid Oxide Fuel Cells as he seeks to reduce operating temperatures, improve performance, lower costs and extend their operational lifetime.

Jason D. Nicholas is the 13th faculty member in Engineering to receive a CAREER Award from NSF in the past four years.Jason D.

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