Dr. Andhika Kiswandhi, my first postdoc and my right hand in the lab, and the lead builder of two homebuilt DNP hyperpolarizers, is wrapping up his 2-year stint at UT Dallas. Recently awarded with the highly-competitive JSPS fellowship grant, he is taking his next research adventure at the historic and renowned Kyoto University in Japan. Goodluck to your next research adventure Andhika, we wish you all the best!
Lloyd Lumata gives a talk at the 47th Winter Colloquium on Physics of Quantum Electronics in Snowbird, Utah
Lumata lab Ph.D. students Peter Niedbalski and Christopher Parish were both awarded with the UTD Physics Department's Margie Renfrow travel scholarship. The award carries a monetary assistance of $350 for each awardee to help support travels to scientific meetings. Great job, team!