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MSE grad student Cheng-Han Li is awarded Presidential Fellowship

photo of Cheng-Li Han, Ohio State Presidential Fellow

The Department of Materials Science and Engineering congratulates Cheng-Han Li for being awarded a Presidential Fellowship, the university’s most competitive and prestigious scholarly recognition.

Cheng-Han Li came to Ohio State in the summer of 2017 to begin his doctoral studies in Materials Science and Engineering.

The Presidential Fellowship will allow Cheng-Han to focus exclusively on his dissertation research, which focuses on the atomic-scale characterization of structure-properties relationships in automotive catalysts. Li conducts his research using advanced transmission electron microscopy at the Center of Electron Microscopy and Analysis (CEMAS) under the direction of Professor Joerg Jinschek. His project is part of the Ford-Ohio State University Alliance program.

The Taiwan native earned his BS (’14) and MS (’16) from National Taiwan University (NTU) in Taipei. Cheng-Han Li will graduate from Ohio State with his PhD in Spring 2022.

Congratulations,  Cheng-Han Li, for being named a Presidential Fellow by the graduate school of Ohio State.

Research Abstract

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TEM Characterization of Rhodium-based Automotive Three-way Catalysts