Hampton Group student Rylan Prafke attended the American Institute of Chemical Engineers 2016 Annual Meeting in San Francisco, CA from November 12 to 14. He presented a poster on his ongoing research from the Summer of 2016. Rylan’s poster presentation was a part of the Undergraduate Student Poster Competition, where […]
Hampton Group students Rylan Prafke, Anna Lunderberg, and Scott Joffre attended the West Michigan Regional Undergraduate Science Research Conference held at Van Andel Institute in Grand Rapids, MI on Saturday, November 5. The students presented posters on their ongoing research from the Summer of 2016. See all upcoming Hampton Group […]
The Hampton Group’s paper on the dealloying process for NiCo and NiCoCu alloys has been published in the open access journal International Journal of Electrochemistry. Hampton Group student Benjamin Peecher is a coauthor.
Jennifer Hampton has received a three-year, $169,279 award from the National Science Foundation to support the Hampton Group’s research on electrochemically modified metal alloys for energy storage applications. The work, funded by the Metals and Metallic Nanostructures program of the Division of Materials Research, is based on the group’s previous NSF-funded research as well […]
A story about Jennifer Hampton’s 2014-2015 sabbatical at Cornell University appeared on the Hope College blog “Stories of Hope” on April 14, 2016. At the Energy Materials Center (EMC2) at Cornell University last year as a visiting scientist, Hampton went back home in a way to help discover new energy […]
Hampton Group student Daniel Clark received a highly competetive scholarship from the Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Foundation. He and two other students from Hope College received three of the 252 Goldwater Scholarships awarded nationwide this year. Dan’s research eassay, on the energy storage properties of hexacyanoferrate […]
Hampton Group students Daniel Clark, Walter Meeker, and Benjamin Peecher wil present their research from the summer of 2015 and this academic year at Hope College’s Annual Celebration of Undergraduate Research & Creative Performance on Friday, April 15. Students to Present Creative and Research Projects on April 15 (Hope College Press Release) […]
Hampton Group students Benjamin Peecher and Daniel Clark will attend the American Physical Society’s March Meeting 2016 in Baltimore, MD from March 13 to 17 along with Jennifer Hampton. Ben and Dan will present posters on their current research. Jennifer Hampton will also present a talk on the group’s research. (Edited 5/10/16 […]
The Hampton Group’s paper on roughness and area measurements of electrodeposited alloys has been published in the open access journal Nano Convergence. Hampton Group alumni Matthew Gira and Kevin Tkacz are coauthors.