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Announcing the
2017 Ludo Frevel Crystallography
Scholarship Recipients

 

The ICDD Ludo Frevel Crystallography Scholarship Committee has selected
ten recipients for the 2017 Scholarship Program. These recipients were
selected, on a competitive basis, from forty-three commendable applications
received by the ICDD Scholarship Committee.

 

The recipients are:


Brekalo Diao Dwibedi

Georgetown University,
Arlington, Virginia, USA


Solid State Synthesis and
Templation of Metal Organic
Frameworks

University of Tennessee
Knoxville, Knoxville,
Tennessee, USA


In-Situ Neutron Studies of
the Atomic Distributions and
Dislocation Evolutions in the
Alcocrfeni High-Entropy Alloy
System

Indian Institute of Science,
Bangalore, Bangalore,
Karnataka, India


Synergetic Approaches Using
Diffraction Tools in Probing
the Structure-Property
Correlation in Novel Sodium
Battery Materials

Fedotov Huskic Lim

Lomonosov Moscow State
University, Moscow, Russia


Interrelation Between Crystal
Structure and Electrochemical
Properties in Cathode
Materials for Rechargeable
Batteries

McGill University,
Quebec, Canada


Real-Time Monitoring of
Solid-State Reactions Using
X-ray Powder Diffraction

Stanford University,
Stanford, California, USA


Study of the Batter y
Materials Through Operando
X-ray Analysis

Maughan Mizzi Tung

Colorado State University,
Fort Collins, Colorado, USA


Organic-Inorganic
Coupling and Disorder in
Hybrid Perovskite Halide
Semiconductors

Northwestern University,
Chicago, Illinois, USA


The Role of Octahedral
Rotations and Distortions in
Flexoelectric Phenomena

University of New South
Wales, Sydney, Australia


Diffuse Scattering: The
Role of Local Disorder in
Environmentally-Friendly
Piezoelectric Na0.5Bi0.5TiO3-
x%BaTiO3

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Scholarship awards are made possible by donations from both
individuals and corporations. One hundred percent of all donations to the scholarship fund are applied to student funding, as defined by the program's charter. The Ludo Frevel Scholarship Program is a registered non-profit charity, and all donations are tax-deductible. The ICDD has awarded 191 scholarships since 1991, totaling over $454,750. Please consider making a personal or corporate donation to the fund today!

Yale University, New Haven,
Connecticut, USA


Subcritical Nuclei-Coupled
Crystal Growth in Metallic
Glasses

The ICDD will present each of these students with
a check in the amount of $2,500 to assist in the
continuation of studies in their selected fields of
crystallographic research.

Visit our website to find more information on the
Ludo Frevel Crystallography Scholarship
http://www.icdd.com/resources/awards/frevel.htm

 

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