Anne Stevens Assistant Professor Katya Pomerantseva
has received a five-year National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development grant (NSF-CAREER)
. With "Controlling two-dimensional heterointerface in layered oxides for electrodes with advanced electrochemical properties," Dr. Pomerantseva aims to create a completely new class of ceramic oxide materials with advanced charge storage capabilities, opening a door to next-generation batteries with higher energy density, faster charging and a much longer lifetime. This is the fourth NSF award Dr. Pomerantseva has received since 2016.