Protonic ceramic fuel cells are highly durable, fuel flexible Posted: May 9, 2018 Protonic ceramic fuel cells could one day be used to power off-the-grid cabins in remote locations, backup generators during natural disasters and more. In the first long-term study of...
Dear Mines community, The Colorado Center for Advanced Ceramics (CCAC) is hosting its annual student conference on August 6th at the American Mountaineering Center. The conference is a great event to help graduate students grow as young scientific researchers, as they...
Colorado School of Mines faculty were recognized for their research, teaching and mentorship at its annual awards celebration, held April 25 in the Student Center Ballrooms. Geoff Brennecka, associate professor of metallurgical and materials engineering, received the...
Four Mines students, including CCAC's Michael Knight and Rachel Sherbondy, received the 2018 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship (GRF), which provides three years of support for the graduate education of individuals who have demonstrated potential...
Ryan O'Hayre, professor of metallurgical and materials engineering at Colorado School of Mines, was recently featured in an article in Science about a new breakthrough in the development of a midrange-temperature fuel cell that can run "warm enough for reactions to...
The new glass shop in the Hill Hall Foundry was recently featured by 9News Denver. In the segment, gaffer Jake Ivy, a PhD student in materials science, demonstrates glassblowing techniques and talks about the art and science of making the beautiful glass objects. Go...
17AC-COMPOSITES-AT-LAKE-LOUISE-2017-P Composites at Lake Louise 2017 An ECI Conference Series November 12-16, 2017 Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise Alberta, Canada Conference...
A team of Colorado School of Mines researchers has been awarded a three-year U.S. Department of Energy grant to develop a method for transforming solar and wind power into a highly transportable, carbon-neutral liquid fuel. Neal Sullivan, associate professor of...
A metallurgical and materials engineering professor at Colorado School of Mines has earned international recognition for his contributions to the field of ceramics. Ivar Reimanis, Herman F. Coors Distinguished Professor of Ceramic Engineering and director of the...
The image shows how this story ends with Ivar Reimanis, at the summit of Alaska’s Denali on June 8, 2016. He is Herman F. Coors Distinguished Professor of Ceramic Engineering at Colorado School of Mines. Denali, formerly known as Mount McKinley, is the highest...
Recent CCAC Thesis Defenses
“Critical Evaluation of Additively Manufactured Electrical Ceramics for Functionally Graded Materials Applications”
Time: 1:00 PM
Dr. Geoff Brennecka
Dr. Brian Gorman
Dr. David Diercks
“Ceramic Electrochemical cells for power generation and fuel production”
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Dr. Ryan O’Hayre
Dr. Jianhua Tong
Dr. Neal Sullivan
Dr. Robert Braun
Dr. Huayang Zhu