Texas Materials Institute and the MS&E Graduate Program is proud to announce that Ph.D. candidate Chi-Hao Chang has recently been awarded first place for the presentation of his research poster, “Polymeric sulfur-graphene Nanocomposites for High Areal Capacity Lithium-sulfur Batteries” at the Science, Engineering and Technology Seminar (SETS) hosted this past weekend in Houston, TX.
The SETS conference is hosted annually by the Association of Chinese American Professionals (ACAP). ACAP is an association of Chinese American professionals with a wide variety of expertise including engineering, science, health care, business, humanity, and arts and culture. It was founded in 1978 and currently has a membership base of approximately 300 individuals. According to an ACAP statement, they are a non-profit organization which strives to foster the professional development and fellowship among its members, to facilitate the development of leadership skills of Chinese American professionals, and to address various issues that Chinese American professionals face in the workplace.
Please help us congratulate Chi-Hao on this accomplishment! To learn more about his research within Dr. Arumugam Manthiram’s group, please see their website here.