m2M - Center for Mesoscale Transport Properties (Energy Frontier Research Center)

The Center will focus on mesoscale transport properties in complex systems. The EFRC mission will be to acquire fundamental knowledge about the ion and electron transport and the electron transfer properties of energy relevant materials and interfaces to enable design of materials and systems providing higher performance, improved safety, and longer lifetime by minimizing generation of heat and maximizing useful work. This effort will augment materials genome efforts by building a fundamental knowledge base of transport properties relative to mesoscale systems. 

The m2m Center Participants

The m2m Center at Stony Brook University is directed by Esther S. Takeuchi. Senior and key personnel at Stony Brook University include Marivi Fernandez-Serra (Physics/Institute for Advanced Computational Science), Amy Marschilok, m2m Center COO (Material Science, Chemistry), Kenneth Takeuchi (Chemistry) and Stanislaus Wong (Chemistry). The Center will be comprised of the following partner institutions: Brookhaven National Laboratory, Columbia University, Georgia Institute of Technology, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, University of California, Berkeley, and the University of North Carolina. - See more at: http://sb.cc.stonybrook.edu/news/general/140620m2m.php?=marquee1#sthash....

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