The Electrochemical Society sat down with Professor Emeritus Adam Heller as part of the ECS Masters video series, highlighting interviews with key figures in electrochemistry, solid state science and technology fields. The interview was filmed during the 228th ECS Meeting in Phoenix, Arizona, as part of ECS’ recognition of Heller as the 78th Honorary Member … Read the rest »
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Adam Heller Featured in ECS Masters Series
Adam Heller Named 78th ECS Honorary Member
Adam Heller, chemical engineering research professor and professor emeritus in the Cockrell School of Engineering, has been named the 78th Honorary Member of the Electrochemical Society (ECS). This prestigious recognition is only bestowed upon long-standing ECS members who have made exceptional contributions to the advancement of electrochemistry and allied disciplines.
Heller’s work in … Read the rest »
Adam Heller Named 2015 ECS Europe Section Heinz Gerischer Award Winner
Adam Heller, Texas ChE research professor, will be awarded the 2015 ECS Europe Section Heinz Gerischer Award at the 228th Electrochemical Society (ECS) Meeting in Phoenix, Arizona October 2015.
Heller’s work in electrochemical engineering has touched the lives of people across the globe. As the inventor of the painless diabetes blood monitor, his … Read the rest »
Graduate Student Receives Electrochemical Society Summer Fellowship
Graduate student Alex Pak has been selected to receive a 2015 Herbert H. Uhlig Summer Fellowship from the Electrochemical Society (ECS). This year, the prestigious annual fellowship was awarded to five recipients from around the world.
Pak is a member of the Computational Nanoengineering Lab under the supervision of Professor Gyeong S. Hwang. … Read the rest »