D. W. Ambridge prize
Georgia Pierrou has been awarded the competitive D. W. Ambridge Prize for her doctoral work at McGill University. This prize is awarded to an outstanding McGill graduate pursuing a PhD in any discipline of science or engineering in 2021-2022.
PyPSA meets Earth
Green Talent Dr Soheil Mohseni has designed an energy network for Stewart Island/Rakiura, as part of his PhD studies at Victoria University of Wellington, looking at off-grid networks.
Three 2019 Green Talents worked successfully on a journal article on Anthropocene Science together. Sheikh Adil Edrisi, Priyanka Sarkar and Jaewon Son published a meta-analysis on land degradation and land restoration. Learn more about their outcome here.
Marine Affairs Welcomes New Faculty Member
Hannah Harrison will join the Marine Affairs Program as an Assistant Professor in July. Hannh comes to Dalhousie after three years as the Science Director for the Coastal Routes project and postdoctoral scholar the University of Guelph and will be responsible for core elements of the MMM program.
Using Artificial Intelligence to increase wind turbine reliability
Green Talent 2021 Joyjit Chatterjee, a data scientist at University of Hull, will visit the University of Bremen on a fully funded research grant. Dr Chatterjee has also been named in Forbes’ Under 30 Europe. Read more here.
Start of collaborative project
Jovana Milić and Daniel Ramírez Zora started a collaboration in their research field. This has finally come out as a granted project from a Swiss institution, which is intended to promote preliminary research collaboration and organise meetings or workshops. Find out more here.
Great collaboration and outcome of three Green Talents
Three 2016 Green Talents graduates Jesús Esteban Serrano, Qianhong She and Wai Fen Yong have teamed up to publish a critical report on the use of eutectic solvents as an alternative medium for metal separation. Read more here.
When Emily Elhacham was just 15 years old, she developed nano sensors which detect water pollution in real time. As part of the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, Emily´s story has been featured on Israel's official social media channels. Enjoy watching!
2022 ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering Lectureship Award
Shu-Yuan Pan is one of three winners of the 2022 ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering Lectureship Awards, which recognise the research contributions of scientists working on green chemistry, green engineering and sustainability in the chemical industry.