Faculty Seminars on Energy and Climate
Dartmouth faculty are invited to join us for a new series by and for faculty focused on energy and climate.
Dartmouth faculty are invited to join the Irving Institute for Energy and Society on March 31 from 12:30-1:30 p.m. for the next session of the Dartmouth Faculty Seminar on Climate and Energy, a new series of talks by and for Dartmouth faculty and researchers. This session will feature presentations on current research by William P. Harris Career Development Assistant Professor of Engineering Weiyang (Fiona) Li and Professor of Engineering Jifeng Liu.
Professor Li will give a talk titled "Enabling Next-Generation High Performing Sodium Batteries" and Professor Liu will discuss "Engineering Atomic Ordering for High Performance Energy Materials."
Lunch will be provided to in-person attendees who register by March 27. A Zoom link can be provided to anyone unable to attend in person.
About the Series
The Dartmouth Faculty Seminar Series on Climate and Energy is a new series of talks by and for Dartmouth faculty and researchers. The goal of the series is to enable our campus community to integrate knowledge from a broad range of disciplines at Dartmouth, learn about each other’s work, support faculty-to-faculty engagement, and brainstorm potential solutions to the climate crisis.