Kun Wang Named DOE Early Career Award Winner

Kun Wang portrait

Researching out of Mississippi State University, Kun Wang receives the DOE Early Career Award for his work on light-matter interactions at the nanoscale. These nanostructures lead researchers to new opportunities within photochemistry, solar energy harvesting, and optical sensing. 

"This research will create foundational knowledge that paves a path towards designing and engineering plasmonic nanodevices for efficient and tunable hot carrier generation. The advances that emerge from this program also hold promise for improving the efficiencies of many energy-related processes, including catalysis, solar cells, and light detection."

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