Dr. Karl Sohlberg Awarded Research Grant

October 1, 2001 — Dr. Karl Sohlberg (Assistant Professor) is the lead principal investigator on a proposal to the U.S. Department of Energy's Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy program that was awarded a three-year $599,000 grant for research to address "Atomic-Scale Investigations of the Structure and Dynamics of Complex Catalytic Materials". He also received a $93,552 grant from the National Science Foundation for the Project "Toward Efficient Design Tools for Molecular Machines: Theoretical Investigations of Nanosystems". He also delivered an invited talk entitled "Hydrogen Catalytically Important Oxide Materials" at the Eight International Conference on Composites Engineering in Tenerife, Canary Islands.