Kyoungjin Lee wins Student Poster Award at School of Earth Sciences Research Review
Kyoungjin Lee takes 3rd place at the 10th Annual Stanford School of Earth Sciences Research Review in the Poster Presentation division on April 12, 2013 in Stanford's Y2E2 Building.
The Research Review is a symposium of talks and posters that displays the breadth and quality of current research within the School of Earth Sciences. It is an opportunity for students and faculty to develop interdepartmental relationships and to exchange ideas for interdisciplinary research.
Presentation of talks or posters were encouraged from all students and post-doctoral fellows within the school. Faculty, staff, and research groups were also encouraged to present posters describing the research or resources available within their groups.
Awards were given for the talks and posters that best represents excellence in research to a multidisciplinary audience. Kyoungjin's winning poster "Nitrogen separation via Group V metal and metal alloy membranes for post-combustion carbon capture" was chosen from 21 entries of PhD, MS and undergraduate students from School of Earth Sciences. Congratulations Kyoungjin!
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