July 30, 2014. Emily, Jimmy, and Sam win travel awards at the 2014 Vaughan Symposium. Congratulations!
June 23, 2014. Bart is awarded an LSA Class of 1923 Memorial Teaching Award.
June 18, 2014. Profs. Bart Bartlett and Stephen Maldonado are awarded a UM Energy Institute Postdoctoral Fellow Grant for "Synthesis, Modeling and Lab Testing of Hybrid Organic-Inorganic Perovskite Materials for High Efficiency Solar-to-Electrical Energy Conversion."
June 12, 2014. The Bartlett Group is awarded a grant from the Department of Energy for "Chemoselective Oxidations Using Visible-Light Responsive Semiconducting Oxides."
May 15, 2014. The UM Board of Regents promotes Assistant Professor Bart M. Bartlett to the rank of associate professor with tenure, effective September 1, 2014.
May 8, 2014. Xiaoguang's LMO fracture paper is accepted in ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces.
April 24, 2014. Josh Kurtz is awarded the Jerome and Isabella Karle Physical Sciences Goldstein Honors Prize. Congrats.
April 23, 2014. Taylor Evans and Josh Kurtz are presented with the ACS Inorganic Chemistry Award and theWalter Yates Undergraduate Award, respectively at the Chemistry Undergraduate Awards Recognition Program. Congrats!
April 15, 2014. Xiaoguang successfully defends his Ph.D. thesis, Synthesis and Defect Structure Analysis of Complex Oxides for Li-Ion Battery Electrodes. Congraulations, Dr. Hao!
April 1, 2014. Aaron Goodman is awarded an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. Congrats!
March 21, 2014. Joe successfully defends his Ph.D. thesis, Photoelectrochemical and Photocatalytic Water Oxidation using Metal Oxides. Congratulations, Dr. Yourey!
January 21, 2014. Vinod and Joe's TiO2-B/RGO battery paper is accepted in ACS Nano.
January 17, 2014. Ben's Fe-catalyst on WO3 water oxidation paper is accepted in J. Am. Chem. Soc.
November 25, 2013. Emily's non-Grignard Mg electrolyte paper is accepted in Chem. Comm.
October 30, 2013. Emily wins a UM Energy Institute Symposium Poster Prize. Congratulations!
October 28, 2013. Kayla and Joe's electronic structure of CuWO4 paper is accepted in J. Phys. Chem. C.
September 6, 2013. Bart is awarded the Seyhan N. Eğe Faculty Development Award.
August 28, 2013. Vinod and Yenting's TiO2-B paper is accepted in J. Mater. Chem. A.
August 9, 2013. Jimmy is awarded a 2013 Vaughan Symposium Poster Prize. Congratulations!
July 17, 2013. Tanya and Jimmy's TiO2:(Nb,N)-25 water oxidation photocatalyst paper is accepted in Inorg. Chem.
June 17, 2013. Bart is awarded a 2013 Excellence in Teaching Award from the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.
June 7, 2013. The project, "Synthesis, In Situ Characterization, and Full-Cell Testing of Nanoporous Electrodes for Next-Generation High-Power Lithium-Ion Batteries" is funded by the University of Michigan-Shanghai Jiao Tong University Collaboration on Nanotechnology for Energy and Biomedical Applications.
May 7, 2013. Charles and Jimmy advance to candidacy. Congratulations!
April 11, 2013. Xiaoguang’s titania-coated LNMO paper is accepted in J. Electrochem. Soc.
April 8. 2013. Tanya’s composition-dependence of TiO2:(Nb,N) paper is accepted in J. Phys. Chem. C.
April 7, 2013. Joe, Kayla, and Josh’s chemical stability of CuWO4 paper is accepted in J. Phys. Chem. C.
March 30, 2013. Josh is awarded a Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship. Congratulations!
March 22, 2013. Tanya successfully defends her doctoral dissertation, Complex Metal Oxides for Photocatlytic Applications. Congratulations, Dr. Breault!
January 15, 2013. Xiaoguang’s carbon-templated Li4Ti5O12 nanocrystal synthesis paper is accepted in Adv. Energy Mater.
January 2013. Joe Yourey is awarded a Chemistry Research Excellence Fellowship. Congratulations!
November 19, 2012. The Bartlett group is awarded an NSF CAREER Award for “Synthesis of Compositionally Complex Oxides for Energy Conversion and Storage.”
September 6, 2012. Kayla advacnes to candidacy. Congratulations!
September 5, 2012. The Bartlett Group is awarded a gold-rating in the University of Michigan Laboratory Sustainability Initiative.
August 30, 2012. Joe's and Josh's Zn1–xCuxWO4 optical properties and magnetism paper is accepted in Inorg. Chem.
August 14, 2012. Xiaoguang's Ge nanowire Li-ion anode paper is accepted in Nano Lett.
August 10, 2012. Ben advances to candidacy. Congratulations!
April 17, 2012. Tanya's Co magnetism paper is accepted in Inorg. Chem.
April 12, 2012. Xiaoguang and Mark’s LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 battery paper is accepted in the New Talent America's special issue of Dalton Trans.
April 2012. Xiaoguang is awarded a Chemistry Research Excellence Fellowship. Congratulations!
February 1, 2012. Tanya's TiO2:(Nb,N) dye degradation paper is accepted in J. Phys. Chem C.
January 8, 2012. Joe's and Josh's CuWO4-WO3 water oxidation paper is accepted in J. Phys. Chem C.
November 11, 2011. Xiaoguang and Brendan’s LMO defect structure paper is accepted in J. Mater. Chem.
August 2011. Joe wins a Vaughan Symposium Travel Award. Congratulations!
June 30, 2011. The Bartlett Group is awarded a grant from the Department of Energy for “Bridging Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Catalysis through Ion-Exchangeable Materials.”
June 7, 2011. Emily advances to candidacy. Congratulations!
May 2011. Joe is award a Robert W. Parry Summer Research Fellowship. Congratulations!
May 2011. Joe wins a Florence Fenwick Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Award
April 22, 2011. Xiaoguang advances to candidacy. Congratulations!
April 21, 2011. Brendan advances to candidacy. Congratulations!
April 13, 2011. Joe advances to candidacy. Congratulations!
March 29, 2011. Joe’s CuWO4 synthesis and photoelectrochemistry paper is accepted in J. Mater. Chem.
January 2011. Joe is awarded a Dr. Paul I. Murril Memorial Research Scholarship.
November 8, 2010. Joe wins an Aldrich Symposium in Materials Science Poster Award.
August 2010. Joe Yourey wins a Vaughan Symposium Travel Award. Congratulations!
July 14, 2010. Brendan and Sean’s LMO synthesis paper is accepted in Energy Environ. Sci.
June 8, 2010. Tanya advances to candidacy. Congratulations!
October 31, 2008. Bartlett Lab Grand Opening!
July 1, 2008. Bart begins his journey as an Assistant Professor of Chemistry at the University of Michigan.