They are also looking for 1-2 UGs for this summer to help with their ceramic-coated separator production process.  

The job would involve both running a prototype production line, formulation development, materials characterization, and working with our R&D team members.

UGs need to have lab experience and be very detail oriented.   The lithium-ion separator business is very demanding in terms of precision & quality !  

Attached a brochure to give them some idea of what they would be working on.  

Any interested students should send their resume to the HR manager, Erin Hart, at

The Purdue University Graduate Student Symposium Planning Committee (GSSPC) is excited to support student attendance at the Spring 2022 ACS National Meeting by providing travel grants. Our symposium, “Mother (Nature) Knows Best: Bonding with Nature’s Proteins”, will highlight innovative research in protein chemistry from a diverse group of distinguished speakers. Travel grant recipients will be expected to attend the day-long symposium while in attendance at the Spring 2022 ACS National Meeting in San Diego.  

Applications are now open and will close November 15th, 2021 at 11:59 PM EST. The application can be found at will be in the form of reimbursements up to $500 to undergraduate or graduate students in chemistry or related fields. The number of grants awarded will be dependent on funding available to the GSSPC. Chosen awardees will be notified by mid-December.   

We would greatly appreciate if you would pass this along in your department. Please visit our website,, or email with any questions.