Kester Ighodalo receives MRFN Faculty Fellowship

Dr. Kester Ighodalo, Assistant Professor of Physics, was awarded a Materials Research Facilities Network (MRFN) Faculty Fellowship. The Materials Research Facilities Network is a nationwide partnership of National Science Foundation (NSF) supported Materials Research Science and Engineering Centers (MRSEC), designed to provide support to researchers in the broad area of materials research in academic, government, and industrial laboratories.

Dr. Ighodalo’s research proposal, The effect of annealing and A-site cation engineering on the properties of Perovskite Light Emitting Diodes (PeLEDs), was accepted by Penn State University’s MRSEC, under their MRFN Faculty Fellowship Program. At Penn State, the MRSEC partnered with the Materials Research Institute to establish the program, which targets the establishment of relationships between Penn State and faculty from Primarily Undergraduate Institutions in relatively nearby regional areas who are engaged in an existing research effort.

Congratulations on your fellowship, Kester!

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