Dr. Gross and Dr. Muhoza featured in the Oak Ridge Associated Universities 2019 Annual Report

Principal investigator Michael D. Gross, Ph.D. (pictured above, left) and Sixbert P. Muhoza, Ph.D., (right) postdoctoral research scientist

Wake Forest engineering professor Michael Gross works with postdoc Sixbert Picard Muhoza (PhD ’19) in the engineering lab of at Wake Downtown on Monday, November 25, 2019. The Gross research group is using template-directed nanostructure engineering, a technique they developed, to boost the electricity output of solid oxide fuel cell technologies.

Research conducted by Dr. Michael Gross and Dr. Sixbert Muhoza featured in the Oak Ridge Associated Universities 2019 Annual Report.

Dr. Gross’ research group has established a partnership with Oak Ridge Associated Universities and Leidos to provide research support to the National Energy Technology Laboratory. “The multiyear Wake Forest University project focuses on electrode nanostructure engineering to improve fuel cell operation, as pictured above. Principal investigator Michael D. Gross, Ph.D. (pictured above, left) and Sixbert P. Muhoza, Ph.D., (right) postdoctoral research scientist, are leading the way on this important research.” The partnership is an example of project excellence in the pursuit of vital solutions for global problems.

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