Electrochemical Materials Lab
Lithium ion batteries
breath alcohol sensors
conductive metal oxides
carbon surface chemistry
Accepting Graduate Students: I currently have openings for highly qualified graduate students starting September 2024 in the MSc. and PhD Materials Science programs (Materials Chemistry specialization). Stipends will be competitive with those offered at other Canadian Universities. Interested students are invited to contact me directly.
September 2023: The Easton Lab welcomes new group members Sharmin, Phira, Matteo and Kim.
August 2023: The Easton lab bids fond farewell to Vittoria DiPalo and wish her all the best as an MASc student at U. Of Ottawa.
January 2023: The Easton lab welcomes Marjan Saeidi as a new PhD student.
December 2022: Congrats to Keen Black-Araujo for successfully defending his MSc thesis. Good luck with the PhD at Waterloo!
September 2022: The Easton lab welcomes Nathalie Mapue as a new MSc student.
May 2022: The Easton lab welcomes 4 new group members - Fanqi, Ali, Sanjana and Hira.
May 2022: The Easton lab bids a fond farewell to Dr. Holly Fruehwald and wish her all the best as an NSERC PDF at Waterloo in Prof. Smith's lab.
April 2022: Congrats to Rana Ahmad for successfully defending her MSc thesis. Best wishes at your new job at Trusscore!
Sept. 2021: Congrats to Mason for successfully defending his MSc thesis. Good luck at you new job with Flex-Ion!
June 2021: Congrats to Holly for being named the 2021 recipient of the ECS Canada Section Student Award.
March 2021: Prof. Easton is named the 2020 Recipient of the Ontario Tech Award of Excellence in Graduate Supervision.
July 2020: Congrats to Keenan for winning an award for his outstanding talk at SOUSCC.
October 2019: PhD student Holly Fruehwald wins first prize in the Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells & Electrolyzers poster competition at the 236th ECS Meeting in Atlanta.
April 2019: Prof. Easton is named the 2018 Ontario Tech Research Excellence Award winner in the Senior Researcher category
March 2019: Our university is now known as Ontario Tech University.