National Science Foundation awards $299,769 to Jackson State University
Published 8:49 am Tuesday, November 28, 2023
The National Science Foundation has awarded $299,769 to Jackson State University.
The money will go toward funding a project entitled “RII Track-4:NSF: Understanding Perovskite Solar Cell Passivation at The Level of Organic Functional Groups through Ultrafast Spectroscopy” and is under the direction of Qilin Dai. The project provides a fellowship to an assistant professor and supports a JSU graduate student with a training opportunity in ultrafast spectroscopy.
The principal investigator (PI) and the graduate student will have a six-month visit at Emory University to extend their expertise to ultrafast spectroscopy for the JSU research community.
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JSU researchers will learn hands-on skills, measurement principles, data collection, data analysis, and data plotting at Lian group to fully understand this advanced technique of ultrafast spectroscopy.