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Jinsong Cui has won the Racheff Teaching Fellowship from the Department of Materials Science and Engineering; congratulations to Jinsong!
Bao Lam has won the Hamer Fellowship from the Department of Materials Science and Engineering; congratulations to Bao!
Prof. Qing Cao joined editorial board of Science Advances as an Associate Editor.
Prof. Qing Cao joined the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign from IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center. The Cao group lab space is located on the fourth floor of the Seitz Materials Research Lab.
Qing Cao participated in the Strategic Dialogue: The Future of the Workforce at the 2017 Concordia Summit together with other panelists including Laura Tyson, Dean of the Berkeley Haas School of Business, Susan Lund, partner of McKinsey, Dan Bryant, senior VP of Walmart, Morgan Ortagus, executive director of Ernst & Young, and French Hill, U.S. Representative for Arkansas’s 2nd Congressional District.
The Atlantic Council selected Qing Cao as one of 21 “rising leaders and innovators around the world committed to achieving transformational change in their communities, countries, and professional fields with a global impact” in their 2017 Millennium Fellowship Program. Atlantic Council, April 28, 2017
Qing Cao received IBM Pat Goldberg Memorial Best Paper Award for his work on Carbon Nanotube Electronics. IBM, Feburaray 2, 2017
Qing Cao presented his work on Carbon Nanotube Electronics at EmTech MIT 2016 and received 35 Innovators Under 35 Honor. MIT Technology Review Emtech 2016, October 18, 2016 (Story at IBM Research Blog)
Qing Cao received IBM Master Inventor Award for his contribution in creating valuable intellectual properties for IBM. IBM, October 11, 2016
Forbes magazine selected Qing Cao as one of the most influential ”All-Star Alumni” among Forbes 30 under 30s from years past. Forbes , Janurary 5, 2016
News 12 Westchester，October 1, 2015
Qing Cao featured in IBM Research Blog report entitled “Profile of a Scientist: Qing Cao”. IBM Research Blog, January, 2013
Forbes magazine include Qing Cao in its prestigious “30 under 30” list of rising stars in Science and Healthcare for his research on Carbon Nanotube Electronics (Chinese Edition). Forbes , December 17, 2012
Qing Cao featured in Chemistry & Engineering New report entitled “Landing a Postdoc In Industry”. Chemistry & Engineering News , September, 2012
“Defects of CIGS Solar Cells” Frontispiece Image, Advanced Energy Materials, October, 2011
Review article on nanotube thin film electronics among “Most Accessed” in Advanced Materials