On April 19th, 2019 Kentucky NSF EPSCoR hosted the 4th annual Super Collider Graduate Student Conference in Lexington. With over 45 posters on display and 90+ EPSCoR participants in attendance, this year’s conference set a number of records.

Super Collider aims to provide EPSCoR-supported students, scholars, and faculty with a venue to engage and interact with their colleagues in other departments or institutions, with the goal of forging new scientific collaborations. This year’s event featured EPSCoR participants from the University of Kentucky, University of Louisville, Georgia Tech, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and Western Kentucky University.

Leadership Presentations

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Rodney Andrews

Principal Investigator
KY NSF EPSCoR

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Dibakar “D.B.” Bhattacharyya

Advanced Bio-Inspired
Membrane Technologies

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Czarena Crofcheck

Workforce
Development

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Seth DeBolt

Chemical Biology
for Advanced materials

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Yang-Tse “Y.T.” Cheng

Electrochemical
Energy Storage

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This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Cooperative Agreement No. 1355438.

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