• Congratulations and Welcome!

    Two exciting things happened this week: Francisco passed quals, and Jack Lewis joined the group as a new graduate student. Congratulations to Francisco and welcome to Jack!

  • NSF CAREER

    Prof. McDowell has been awarded an NSF CAREER grant to support the group's research on solid-state ion conductors! Many thanks to the National Science Foundation.

  • First paper accepted!

    The group's first paper has been accepted for inclusion in the "2017 Emerging Investigators Themed Issue" in J. Mater. Chem. A! Congratulations and thanks to all involved. See the paper here: LINK

  • AFOSR Young Investigator

    Prof. McDowell received the Air Force Office of Scientific Research Young Investigator Program (YIP) Award to support the group's research!

  • Celebrating Quals Success

    Celebrating Matthew and Neha passing the qualifying exam!

  • New members!

    A warm welcome to a bunch of new lab members: graduate students Francisco Quintero Cortes and Sang Yun Han, as well as undergrads Sammy Wolfson, Kirit Joshi, and Casey Miles!

  • Prof. McDowell gives talk at Oak Ridge National Lab

    Prof. McDowell gave an invited talk on in situ methods for battery research at the 2016 Oak Ridge National Lab CNMS User Meeting.

  • Welcome to new member

    Welcome to new undergraduate researcher Miranda Tuck!

  • Paper chosen for ACS Select Virtual Issue

    Our previous paper has been chosen to be a part of an American Chemical Society (ACS) Select Virtual Issue on recent advances in atomic layer deposition. Check it out below:

  • Prof. McDowell joins Nano Letters Advisory Board

    Prof. McDowell has been selected to join the Early Career Advisory Board for the journal Nano Letters.

  • New Students Join the McDowell Lab

    Our lab is happy to welcome two new undergraduate researchers, Trevor Worthy and Michael Xu!

  • New Student Joins the McDowell Lab

    Our lab is happy to welcome our first undergraduate researcher, Kayla Hendrickson!

  • New Students Join the McDowell Lab

    Our lab is happy to welcome our first graduate students, Neha Kondekar and Matthew Boebinger!

  • Prof. McDowell starts at Georgia Tech

    Prof. McDowell is honored and thrilled to begin his career at Georgia Tech, his alma mater.