Chemistry and Physics Assistant Professor Stephen Robinson has been accepted into TN-SCORE ROA’s summer program. Selected to work with Thrust 3 (Nanostructures for Enhancing Energy Efficiency) under the guidance of Sandra Rosenthal and Kirill Bolotin, Robinson will receive a stipend and start-up grant to be used at Belmont.
Working collaboratively with follow chemists, biologists, physicists and engineers, Robinson will have the opportunity to solve problems and advance scientific understanding using specialized equipment and resources.
Robinson said he is excited about the continued collaboration possibilities this opportunity will bring for Belmont and its students.
“I’m proud to have the chance to help out with the ‘big picture’ goals of the program: energy efficiency and independence. I think these are just two of the many problems the world faces that will be solved with science, math, and engineering,” he said.