susan odom

Article by UK Chemistry Professor Named One of Top 10 Articles of 2015

The editors of the journal Energy Technology named an article by University of Kentucky Chemistry Professor Susan Odom one of the top 10 articles of 2015.  Odom’s publication, "A Highly Soluble Organic Catholyte for Non-Aqueous Redox Flow Batteries," was selected based on the number of downloads and citations, and the feedback of the journal’s editorial office Energy Technology publishes articles covering all technical aspects of energy process engineering from different angles.

Odom group publishes in Journal of the Electrochemical Society

Susan Odom and group members Aman Preet Kaur, Corrine Elliott, and Selin Ergun reported their results in protecting lithium-ion batteries from overcharge in paper titled "Overcharge Performance of 3,7-Bis(trifluoromethyl)-N-ethylphenothiazine at High Concentrations in Lithium-Ion Batteries." Citation: J. Electrochem. Soc., 2016, 163, A1-A7.

First Annual UK Postdoctoral Symposium

They conduct lab research and teach classes, but they are neither faculty nor graduate students. Postdoctoral scholars, or postdocs, serve an important role at UK, a research institution. However, they are scattered across various departments and have not always had an opportunity to meet and share their work.

Looking For Light: Chemistry, Visual Poetry, Narrative and Aria

 

Third Annual M.A.S.C. Event at UK (Math, Arts, and Sciences Coalition.)

Exploring the idea of interconnectedness between the arts and sciences and between us all, Vocalist Shareese Arnold, Artist Marjorie Guyon, and Chemist Susan Odom will present a collaborative mixed media performance at the UK Art Museum utilizing speech, projected image, poetic narrative and aria.  

In this mixed media performance presentation, scientist Susan Odom will elaborate on her innovative energy research which focuses on utilizing synthetic organic chemistry to create materials for energy collection and storage. Her presentation will explain on the creation and use of pigments in artwork and how light interacts with matter to create what we perceive as different colors, Dr Odom will also explain some of the science unifying art and music. Artist Marjorie Guyon and vocalist Shareese Arnold will use "projected image to demonstrate the ability of an image to inhabit an entire landscape, the power of the narrative and the ability of aria to raise us out of ourselves and into a greater good.” 

Date: 
Thursday, March 12, 2015 - 7:30pm
Location: 
UK Art Museum - Singletary Center for the Arts
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