NREL Names a Director's Fellowship in Honor of Art Nozik
May 31, 2016
Martin Keller, director of the Energy Department's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), is honoring acclaimed researcher Arthur Nozik by naming a Director's Fellowship after him.
The Nozik Fellowship is available to early-career researchers who earned their Ph.D. in the last two years. A senior research fellow emeritus, Nozik joined NREL in 1978 when it was then known as the Solar Energy Research Institute. Nozik's interest in science took him into myriad areas, including photoelectrochemistry, photoelectrolysis, ultrafast spectroscopies, quantum dots and superlattices, hot-carrier dynamics, multiple exciton generation, and solar fuels.
The successful candidate will pursue research funded for at least a two years, with a third-year renewal possible. Applications will be reviewed between June 1 and Sept. 15. A full description and how to apply are given on the Director's Postdoctoral Fellowship webpage.
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