Drew Higgins, a Ph.D. student in the Department of Chemical Engineering, has been awarded the Grand Prize for the 2014 Dr. Bernard S. Baker Student Researcher Award for Fuel Cell Research. The purpose of this award is to encourage and recognize exceptional student research relating to fuel cell technologies. It is the highest international recognition given to students, and Drew is the recipient for his work under the supervision of Professor Zhongwei Chen that includes the development of advanced nanostructured materials to improve the performance and durability of fuel cell technologies. As the recipient of this award, Drew will travel to the Fuel Cell Seminar & Exposition taking place in Los Angeles, California, in mid-November. He will give an invited presentation on the research activities being conducted within the Department of Chemical Engineering and Professor Chen’s laboratory, and will be honoured at an award ceremony among leading industry, academic and government participants from the fuel cell sector.
Drew Higgins, PhD student has been awarded 2014 Dr. Bernard S. Baker Student Research Award
Tuesday, October 21, 2014