Benjamin T. Smith (MASc 2019 -)
Ben graduated from Cape Breton University Engineering Diploma program (2013) going on to complete a bachelors of Materials Engineering from Dalhousie University in 2016. He has returned to Dalhousie to pursue a Master of Applied Science in Chemical Engineering and apply his knowledge of materials science to the development of solar technology. Recipient of the Pengrowth innovation grant, Ben is researching advanced materials compatible with light interactive textiles.
Sean Thornton (MASc 2019 - )
Sean received a B.Eng. degree in Environmental Engineering from Dalhousie University in 2019. He is currently an MASc student in Chemical Engineering at Dalhousie University, under the supervision of Professor Ghada Koleilat. His research interest is low-dimensional organic-inorganic hybrid perovskite solar cells
Rashad F. Kahwagi (PhD 2020 - )
Rashad received a MSc degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Balamand in 2018 and is currently pursuing a PhD at Dalhousie University. His research focus is mainly on the different treatment development for perovskite materials in solar cells, with a future concentration on various energy generator applications.