Driving Change: Georgia Tech Experts Lead in Electrification of America’s Roads
Idling at a crossroads no longer, the automotive industry is embracing electrification like never before. With more electric vehicles purchased in 2022 than any year prior, consumers are beginning to follow their lead. Yet, while opportunity abounds, new challenges will require an innovative approach to ensure a sustainable and accessible electric future for all.
Nano@Tech Spring 2023 Series | Electrocatalysis for Clean Chemical Manufacturing and Environmental Remediation
Nano@Tech Spring 2023 Series | An Engineer’s Perspective on Antiferromagnetic Spintronics
IMat Initiative Lead Q&A: Marta Hatzell
Marta Hatzell leads the Materials and Interfaces for Catalysis and Separations research initiative for the Institute for Materials at Georgia Tech. In this role, she works to bring together faculty who are working on materials-related issues aimed at decarbonizing industrial separations and catalysis, identifying the bottlenecks for new materials, and assessing their long-term impacts.