Inorganics 2023 Young Investigator Award

Nomination deadline (expired): 31 October 2023
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Dear Colleagues, 

We are pleased to announce that the winner of the Inorganics 2023 Young Investigator Award is Prof. Dr. Nicholas Rolston. 

Prof. Dr. Nicholas Rolston is an Assistant Professor at Arizona State University, Phoenix, USA. He received his Ph.D. degree from Stanford University in 2020. He has already published one book chapter, 40 journal papers, and numerous conference papers.

Prof. Dr. Nicholas Rolston's research at ASU focuses on understanding fundamental material properties in thin-film energy devices on length scales from angstroms to meters and developing scalable, open-air deposition methods to produce robust, low-cost solutions toward the goal of manufacturing the next generation of renewable energy technology. The fundamental core of his research program is his molecular design approach to applied technological needs. His efforts build on a strong record of accomplishment and positions him to conduct transformative research with innovations in engineering improvements for energy materials and devices. The recent work of his group has been conducted in the field of inorganic chemistry: all-inorganic perovskite photovoltaics, inorganic solid-state electrolytes for next-generation batteries, and inorganic SSEs.

Please join us in congratulating Prof. Dr. Nicholas Rolston for his outstanding achievements. 

As the awardee, Prof. Dr. Nicholas Rolston will receive an honorarium of CHF 2000, an offer to publish a paper free of charge before 2024 in Inorganics after peer-review, and an electronic certificate. 

We would like to thank all the nominators from various fields of study for their participation and all the Award Committee Members for their evaluation of the many excellent nominations. 

Inorganics 2023 Young Investigator Evaluation Committee

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